Everyone wants a little luxury in their lives, a little space where they feel pampered, relaxed, and as though they have not a care in the world. What better place to introduce some of this luxurious feeling than your bedroom?
Your bedroom is the place in your home that is most personal to you and the place where you go to relax and wind down after a long, hard day. For this reason alone, you deserve to level up your sleeping sanctuary by filling it with nothing but the best – the ultimate comfort.
Here are a few ways you can make your bedroom feel like it was designed and decorated for the King or Queen you are.
There’s nothing quite like that feeling of hopping out of a hot shower and climbing into a fresh bed with clean, soft, and luxurious linen to settle down for the evening.
However, old, cheaply made sheets and duvet covers aren’t necessarily going to give you that luxe feel, especially after they’re a few months old. Invest in high-quality linen – sheets that don’t pill, thick and soft duvet covers, and even silk pillowcases which are the best for your skin and hair.
This, on top of a sturdy bed and comfy mattress, will have you dreaming about your bed from the moment you have to leave it in the mornings.
Layer Your Bed
Just like you layer your clothing for extra style and warmth in the winter, treat your bed the same way, and don’t be afraid to go over the top!
Layering colours and textures on your bed can give it height, making it appear bigger, and the extravagance of various throws, blankets, and throw pillows will give it a high-end feeling that you’ll want to throw yourself into.
Meticulously selecting and styling throw pillows is a simple and easy way to look like you’ve had a professional interior decorator have their way with your bedroom, especially if you mix patterns, shapes, and sizes.
Add a Luxurious Rug
Not only will an area rug look quite sophisticated, but it will also feel luxurious, soft, and warm under your feet. Give yourself that luxury feeling in the morning by investing in a gorgeous fluffy rug to be the first thing your feet feel when they hit the floor.
An artisan rug can make a dent in your bank account, but the quality and feel of it will be well worth the expense if you’re looking for a little something extra to make your room feel cosy and expensive.
Bring in an Art Piece
Bringing artwork into your bedroom can make things feel more personal and make a bold statement at the same time.
Fortunately, this isn’t something you even need to spend huge money on. Of course, there’s no harm in investing in expensive art if that’s something you value and take pride in. However, if you’re just looking to add some style and atmosphere to your bedroom, cheaper wall-art, and even printing and framing your own pieces you like can make a huge difference.
Pick some artwork that works well with the theme and feel of your room and something that you feel adds a level of sophistication to your cosy space.
Splash on Your Curtains
High, thick, blackout curtains can do more for your space than you might imagine. Curtains with extra length hung high, will create height and space in your bedroom, elevating it and making it appear bigger and more elegant.
Secondly, investing in high-quality blackout curtains will bring extra comfort to your bedroom by completely blocking out any light when you’re trying to rest. This will bring you better sleep and allow you to feel completely at peace when you draw your curtains closed and settle down for the night.
Simplify Your Space
Oftentimes, less is more, and this is especially true when it comes to creating luxury in your bedroom. You might feel inclined to fill your space with trinkets that look and feel expensive, but creating clutter will overcomplicate your space and detract from the elegance of sophistication.
Instead, pick a few decorative pieces and only one or two accent colours to add to your otherwise simple and neutral bedroom. Keeping things simple like this will mature the space and make it easier to keep clean and tidy too.
On top of this, when you keep your décor simple, it’s far easier to switch things up without breaking the bank or needing to make drastic changes.