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Bedroom Decorating Themes

Gagan Dhillon Dec 10, 2018
Having a theme will make your room unique. Here are some great bedroom themes for you to try.
Carl Sandburg once said, "You remember some bedrooms you have slept in. There are bedrooms you like to remember and others you would like to forget." A bedroom is more than just a space that is surrounded by walls, it's a retreat from the chaotic world we live in.
It is very essential that your bedroom makes you feel relaxed, and you need to create an appropriate theme for this. Here are some interesting ones.

Traditional Ritzy

The traditional ritzy style is one that captures the classic polished look that spells comfort and luxury. To create this look, warm and bold colors are needed. You should have color schemes with wood brown, red, purple, beige etc.
Have some neutral colors to play down the bold warm colors, otherwise the room may turn out looking too gaudy. Depending on where you decide to have the warm colors, your decor will vary accordingly. For example, if you decide to have neutral-colored walls, then you can pick linen in warm colors, and the furniture can be in strong dark colors.
Try a white-walled room, a red bedspread, brownish black furniture, a red carpet with a strong bold pattern, some white table lamps, neutral chandelier, and silver decorative ornaments, and the perfect traditional ritzy room is ready.

Contemporary Zest

This one is for those who love modern designs and styles. To create this look, either pick one color and play with its various shades, or you can choose two or three colors to decorate the room.
Suppose you pick green, you can have the walls in a nice shade of light green. To complement the wall paint, you can have a darker shade of green for the curtains.
Choose different textures in green for decorating items, and opt for a neutral-colored bedspread. You can have the same color for the furniture like the sofa, then you can add green cushions to spice up the room.
If you have a big window which opens to a garden, make use of the colors similar to those in line of view from the window. This way you use the outdoors as inspiration for your private indoor space.

Tomorrow's Suave

This is a design concept that uses nude shades like white, beige, light pink along with elements of strong contrasting colors and bare minimal interior decoration to create a clutter-free space.
If you have creme-colored walls with crisp white bedspreads and similarly colored night shades, your flooring can be cream-colored too.
For this style, one of the best ideas would be to pick any strong color for your curtains―like blue, red, purple, or yellow―in a simple, sleek fabric. Then, add an element of design by playing up your headboard or wall decorations. You can pick a wall hanging, or pick an art piece or sculpture of contemporary art.
These were some ideas to add a little zing to your boudoir. Don't be afraid to experiment, so go ahead and let your imagination run wild.