Sometimes change is necessary. It can give us fresh perspective or just help us feel more comfortable. A little bit of something different can feel good. After being stuck in the same bedroom for years, perhaps now is a great time to switch a few things around?
There are a lot of ways that you can spruce up your bedroom. From simple and cosmetic to bigger and better things, it all depends upon just how much change you want and what kind of switch you are aiming for.
Sometimes all you need are a few changes in art or style. A new theme perhaps. Go from dark colors to lighter ones. Change out the lamps for something fresh and stylish. Trade out your patterned bed comforter to a bold, solid color. Don’t be afraid to flip through a few magazines for ideas. Live in the Midwest? Create a beach-themed room for a sense of openness and light. Live in the south? Try for a rustic cabin. You never know what you might fall in love with. Remember, everything from picture frames to new nightstands is fair play and can really bring change into the room.
You can also improve your room in other ways if you find it a little too dull or lacking to your taste. Have you ever considered moulding options? There are dozens out there that you can implement, from crown moulding to base moulding. How about placing moulding around your door for a more elegant or prominent look?
Or you can change out the door entirely. Many homes can come with standard and very basic doors without a lot of substance to them. A brand new interior door can help give your room a better sense of privacy, ownership, and improve the overall look of your room as well. Don’t have any locks on your door and wish you had some? You can choose everything when it comes to installing a new door, from the wood species to the hardware. There are hundreds of choices when it comes to a new door, and you might be surprised at just how effective a door is at changing up the interior design of your master bedroom. Even a brighter colored wood can make all the difference.
Take a moment to examine your current room and consider just how you want to improve it. From there, you can start making notes about any paint colors, furniture changes, accessory additions, moulding additions, or door changes that would make your bedroom a place you’ll always want to be.