So, have you lately come back from summer vacation and still going gaga over the luxurious and hotel room you stayed in? Whether it is the feel of crisp and freshly laundered sheets or the experience of well-curated and clutter-free décor, are you wishing you had the similar kind of designer space at your home? But are you hesitating only because of expenses involved? Well, if the answer is yes, then I have some good news for you. You can have your personalized and boutique-styled bedroom without having to undergo a complete renovation.
Refer to this expert-approved styling guide to recreate the fancy vibe in your room by spending the least:
- Set a Theme
I don’t know whether or not you looked carefully at the hotel room aesthetics you stayed at, but they generally have a theme. It can be bohemian, midcentury modern, or even a farmhouse style. So, first choose a theme you like and then make sure it fits into the overall aesthetics of the rest of your house.
- Upgrade your Bed and Linens
The most amazing part of any luxury room is that there is a huge bed with pristine sheets and linens. And, if you wish to enjoy the same sense of calmness in your home, start with a mini-bed makeover. Use a new set of laundered and pressed sheets. It will surely make you feel like you are sleeping in the lap of luxury.
- Throw Some Pillows
A luxury bed is never complete without a bunch of nicely layered and comfy pillows. The best way to place is them is by starting with practical pillows, the ones you sleep on, sit propped against the bed head, and decorative pillows overlaid on each other according to their height.
- Rethink your Light Fixtures
You cannot even imagine how just replacing your old and dirty hanging light fixture with a statement piece, or a glamorous chandelier can impact the entire look of your room. Now, you don’t need to spend too much money on it. You can look for dramatic yet romantic pieces for as less as $250 on any online website.
- Incorporate a Rug
Placing a rug in your bedroom is a smart yet inexpensive way to add warmth in the space and protect your hardwood flooring. Whether you pick floral patterns or other understated designs, like jute, a good quality rug can instantly pull your bedroom together and boost its style factor.
- Replace or Refinish the Flooring
While bedrooms floors don’t encounter as much wear and tear as the living rooms, they still need an update once in a while, especially if they are the wood ones. Wooden floors tend to lose their sheen and shine real quick, thus require refinishing or replacement after sometime (as the situation demands). In case you are investing in new flooring, be sure you are buying it from a reliable flooring store only.