How you choose to decorate your master bedroom is really important as the choice of design and furniture placement can dictate the entire mood of the space. Read on for some helpful advice and handy tips that will give you that all-important inspiration for a bedroom you will fall in love with.
First of all, colour scheme is a great place to start when thinking of décor for your master suite. It’s important to pick a scheme that suits your personality best and the vibe you want to embody; just remember your room doesn’t have to be bright to make an impression. Once you have a colour scheme, this will help you in selecting furnishings and décor, just remember if you go bold with one element in the room, keep the other elements neutral.
If getting a good night’s sleep is your number one priority (who’s isn’t?) then how you design your room may actually have an impact on how well you sleep. To find out how to design the perfect bedroom for a better night’s sleep including what colour scheme to use, mattress and textiles, check out our previous guide for some expert advice.
When it comes to furniture storage is key. You want to make sure that you’re using the space efficiently so it’s a great idea to incorporate some storage in to your master décor plan. This means your furniture would have a dual purpose and you can even make it a focal piece of the room.
If you’re unsure on which other pieces to pick then go with a symmetrical design theme, for example placing a small bedside table on either side of the bed creates a harmonious balance within the space. If you are thinking of adding extra upholstery (if you have the luxury of space) you may want to continue with the symmetrical theme or add a more contemporary touch by creating some layers and experimenting with shapes or fabrics to add some texture.
When adding the textiles and finishing touches to your master bedroom décor seize the opportunity to update your bed linens, sheets, throw blanket , pillows and all other accessories! You can either compliment the colours you already have or if you are looking for a statement colour to add, a clever textiles choice can do just that.
A rug can really be the most stylish finishing touch for your master bedroom and finally bring the room together. Area rugs are perfect for tying in a range of colours and patterns whilst adding another textual layer to the room. If your master bedroom is slightly smaller, a sheepskin rug is a great way of adding an element of cosiness to your space.
Hopefully you now feel a little more inspired and are itching to get going with the decoration of your master suite! If you are still on the lookout for the right rug to fit in with your space, then browse our beautiful rug collection to find the perfect match for your home.