You probably spend more time in your bedroom than any other room in your home. Yet, many people neglect the design and feel of their bedrooms. Here is some inspiration to get you thinking outside those four plain white walls.
Keep your furniture in scale with the size of your room. This room’s high ceilings help a large headboard really stand out.
Even though you’ll spend most of your time in this room with your eyes closed, don’t forget about lighting! Sconces, table lamps and even a chandelier bring in layers of light to the space. In a recent article in the Washington Post, design writer and HGTV star Candice Olson gives her opinion on the importance of good lighting:
It doesn’t matter how much time, energy or money you put into a project. If the lighting is wrong you’ve wasted it all. Layering your lighting — overhead, accent, low-level — is vital in order for the room to reach its full potential.
Wallpaper is also a big trend in bedrooms right now.
If you go with a bold print like this room – just be sure to keep your linens and accessories a bit more neutral so they don’t compete with the pattern on the walls.
If you’re looking to customize the look of your bedroom, check out Hirshfield’s Headboard Program. Through the Headboard Program, you have the ability to mix-and-match six headboard styles with any of the hundreds of program fabrics available for one flat cost. Or, bring in your own fabric or choose from any of Hirshfield’s fabrics for a small additional cost. You can read more about the program here.