Why detail is imperative in your bedroom’s interior design

One thing makes the difference between great interior design and mediocre interior design. Detail. Being personal spaces where we spend a large chunk of our lives, paying meticulous attention to detail is particularly important in a bedroom.

If you are wanting to give your bedroom a revamp this year, take a look at the following ways to add some important detail to this personal living space and, by doing so, bring your bedroom’s interior design to life.

Scatter beautiful cushions around the room

You may be surprised at the difference placing some stylish new cushions around your bedroom can make. Don’t hold back on scattering beautiful new cushions on your bed and on any chairs in your room to create a cosy, comfortable and inspiring place to spend personal time in.

Introduce accessories into the bedroom

Dress your bedroom to make it more personal and appealing by placing stunning accessories around the room. From scented candles to fresh flowers, diffusers to picture frames, introducing new accessories in your bedroom will help transform it into an alluring space you simply adore spending time in.

Replace your headboard

Headboards are a standout feature piece in a bedroom and if your headboard has seen better days, now’s the time to replace it.

If your bedroom is on the smaller side, tall headboards can create the illusion of greater space. To inject some vibrancy and style into your bedroom, opt for a brightly-coloured headboard made from a beautiful soft fabric.

Mirror, mirror on the wall

Bedrooms that pay meticulous attention to detail often incorporate mirrors on the walls. Mirrors bring a multitude of interior design benefits to a room, including bouncing light around the living space, creating the illusion of depth and space, bringing personality to the bedroom, and, of course, providing a place to put makeup on and groom yourself before you go out!

Indulge your bed with beautiful fabrics

The focal point of any bedroom is, of course, the bed. Treat your bed to some luxury by exchanging old, worn-out duvets and bed linen with luxury alternatives to help aid a decent night’s sleep and give your bedroom the meticulous attention to detail it deserves.

Zoe Hartidge

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Zoe Hartidge

I have worked in the industry for over 20 years, since completing my degree in Surface Pattern and Printed Textile design. I joined New ID in 2006 as an Interior Designer...
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