Elegant Master Bedroom: The Ultimate Decor Guide

If you see yourself having a little master bedroom redesign, and want to work on your elegance levels, this is a read for you. These easy yet effective decoration tips will definitely inspire you to give your bedroom an elegant note and make your nights even more pleasant.

No clutter

Even though this is not a decoration tip, it’s an essential thing to know. Clutter never looks elegant, especially on the floor. Some make sure to remove all stacked books, papers, and ugly cords off the ground and keep your floors tidy. Now you’re ready to work on elegance and luxury.

Start with the color

If you’re aiming to achieve an elegant and timeless look in your bedroom, black and white color combination will never go out of fashion. These two neutral colors simply exude style and glamour and, they always look perfect together. Other neutral colors also look elegant, especially when combined with soft pink, white and natural wood tones. However, if you don’t want to risk anything, go with blue. Experts say that you simply can’t mess up with blue.

Add some beautiful lighting

Lighting can make or break any space, so pay special attention to illumination. Outdated ceiling fixtures have no place in your elegant bedroom. Replace them with something more contemporary and bold, like statement hanging pendants or a classic and glamorous chandelier. If you’re worried about the budget, don’t be. Today, you can find amazing general lighting fixtures for less than $200. To boost your task lighting, you might consider investing in some matching bedside lamps that always look elegant, especially when layered with a minimalist freestanding lamp in the corner. Lighting really comes in every imaginable shape, size, color and materials, so you’ll certainly find something that suits your taste and overall bedroom design.

Improve the look and feel of your bed

When you think about just how much time we spend in the bed, it makes no sense to choose cheap sheets and comforters. Actually, your bed is the perfect place to splurge, so choose sheets with high tread count, soft comforter and ergonomic pillows. Also, a good mattress will make all the difference in the world. When it comes to decor, don’t cheap out on throw pillows. However, knowing when it’s too much is also important (the magic number is between one and six). If you want to go big with your bedroom remodel, go ahead and change your entire bed. Opt for a model with an elegant leather bed frame that will bring the whole aesthetics of your bedroom up a notch. And you’ll sleep like a baby all through the night.

Boost comfort

When it comes to bedrooms, elegance and luxury can almost be synonymous with comfort. So, provide yourself with a soft spot to sit down in a form of a comfy armchair. It’s perfect for reading sessions, conversations or just putting on your socks. If you want something a little more exotic, opt for a bedroom bench next to your bed. They are modern and useful, and some even have hidden storage under the cushions for your linens. Also, make your first step of the day super comfortable with a cushy and soft rug. No more chills from stepping on a cold hard floor in the morning.

Finish off with art

But be careful! Art can be a double-edged sword in the bedroom, especially if you want to boost elegance of your space. It’s always better to go simple and small and opt for an original piece that looks relaxing and pleasing to the eye. One piece is more than enough, but don’t be scared to opt for a bigger canvas if you have a lot of empty wall space.

Since the bedroom is such an intimate and important space in our lives, don’t hesitate to make it the best and most luxurious room in your home. With these elegance tips, your bedroom will look and feel glamorous, comfortable, relaxing and inviting.

Lana Hawkins

Lana Hawkins is an architecture student and the editor-in-chief at Smooth Decorator. She enjoys writing about interior decoration and landscaping. Lana is interested in sustainability and green building, and that's where she gets most of her inspiration.

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