Colorful Bedrooms That Will Make You Wake Up Happier
Because beige is no way to start the day.
Even when the day is pure chaos, your bedroom is the one place where you should always be able to go and regroup — no kids, no electronics (although they usually find a way to force themselves in anyway). Still, you can at least give yourself home court advantage by choosing decor you love. These easy, inexpensive ideas should be a good start…
Swap in new throws and pillows for a seasonal change. Or switch up the bedside table by adding a new piece of art, no hammering required.
Here’s the secret to nautical decor that’s not over the top. Use stripes in varying widths and shades to keep the traditional red, white and blue palette feeling modern.
Nestled between twin beds, a dresser offers storage and acts as a nightstand for both of a room’s residents. Add a pair of brass lamps for a unified look — and extra reading light.
Highlight your favorite piece with subdued surroundings. Neutral walls, carpeting and bedding make the perfect backdrop for a master bedroom’s focal point: a big, bold seascape.
Prints on Prints
In a pared-down palette, mixed prints look chic, not chaotic. The key: Stick to a few calm colors (here, beige and cream), and vary the design’s scale
Poppy and aqua bedding punch up a crisp navy-and-white palette. Whimsical extras, like a sculptural rope lamp, can work in any room when it comes time for a change
More really is better when it comes to filling up a boring, blank wall. Upholstered with crisp white linen, a traditional bed frame feels fresh paired with a series of canvases.
Mix and match your ideas for your perfect bedroom decor.
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