Whilst you may spend most of the time in your master bedroom sleeping, that doesn't mean you can't make the space beautiful. We’ve gathered some of our favourite master bedroom decorating ideas to help you create your very own stylish space.
Carefully select your colour palette
The first step to transforming your master bedroom is to settle on a new colour palette to refresh the space. Your bedroom should be a relaxing place to retreat to at the end of the day, so opting for neutral colours is often a popular choice. Try mixing whites with soft tans or greys to create a space which boasts serenity. If you want to try something bolder, look at deeper colours of blue or even black to further transform your bedroom.
Don't be afraid of pattern
From wallpaper to upholstery, there's endless areas in the master bedroom where you can add an element of pattern. Start with patterned cushions or blankets, or if you want to go even further, go all out with experimental wallpaper prints. Using patterns in your bedroom will give it the ultimate upgrade, and will give it a modern contemporary feel.
Mix modern and traditional
Opting between modern and traditional styles for the master bedroom can be a challenge, so why not mix the two? If your style falls somewhere in between, mix vintage pieces with contemporary furnishings. Mixing the two styles will ensure that the end result does not appear scruffy, and will instead be perfectly stylish and unique.
Sure, not all of us are blessed with endless space in our master bedrooms, but if you do have a little extra room why not make the most of it? Add seating to the master bedroom to create a place where you can really kick back and relax.
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Create a beautiful wonderland by injecting floral designs and patterns into your master bedroom. Adding florals will bring the outside indoors, whether that be by floral wallpaper or simple floral fabrics. If you don't want to add too many patterns into your space, adding indoor house plants or flowers is another great way to freshen up a space.
Add a mural
If your master bedroom is still looking a little stark, try adding a wall mural on the ceiling or on a plain wall. Adding wall murals will transform your bedroom, and are often relatively cost-effective. If you're looking for less of a commitment, try opting for a stick-on mural which can be easily removed if you ever change your mind.
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