5 ways to revitalise your bedroom

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28 September 2017 | Interiors

A bedroom is an expression of your personality so it’s important that the décor reflects your style. Give yours a makeover with these 5 tips for revitalising your bedroom.

 

Swap the bedding

Something as simple as new bedding can give your bedroom an instant lift.

Switch up your style by swapping your bedding for this red tartan bed set from Debenhams – great for adding a dose of colour to a room.

If you prefer neutrals, try this luxury cream cotton bed set from Julian Charles.

And as the nights get colder, invest in a thicker bed throw, like this autumnal design from John Lewis, to make your room that little bit cosier.

 

Store away unseasonal accessories

When the seasons change, you can often find that bedding, outfits and other accessories seem somewhat out of place in a room.

By storing away certain items you have the chance to replenish your room with a more seasonable range.

This approach makes updating your room much easier for when the seasons change.

 

Create a statement

Artwork is a great focal point for the bedroom and a quick way to refresh your walls without having to pick up a paint brush.

London’s Spitalfields or Camden markets are good for unique paintings and decorations.

For ideas on how to make the most of your wall art, check out these pins on Pinterest.

 

Light up your bedroom

It’s surprising how much difference good lighting can have to a room's appearance.

Use bedside lamps, like this Glinda table lamp from Perch & Parrow to help brighten things up.  

To create a tranquil atmosphere, mix things up and opt for spotlights on a dimmer switch rather than a central light.

 

Change the theme

Sometimes the best way to refresh a room is to simply start again.  

Unleash a new lease of life on your room by completely changing the theme – whether that’s through a different colour scheme, or entirely new furniture.

Popular décor trends from Lushome include minimalistic, unique headboards and neutral colour palettes.

If you’re in need of some inspiration, check out our blog on the 5 themes for your new home.

 

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