Interior design is often so focused on the living room and kitchen that we soon forget our bedrooms. Your bedroom is where you relax and unwind; you deserve to have it finished. That said, here's how you can decorate your bedroom from start to finish.
Start by finding inspiration
Odds are you've done your fair share of looking through blogs and magazines for inspiration. Now's the time to find your favorite designs. Find two to three designs you feel best to represent the look you're going for in your room. Try not to choose more than three.
From there, make a list of common elements in the images. On that same list, write your favorite things about the images whether they're a common factor or not. This list gives you an active idea of what to look for when designing your bedroom.
Another good idea is to pinpoint the furniture styles and colors you want in your room. This will help you move past generalized style terms and direct your focus to a specific style.
Measurements may not seem like a big deal, but they are. The length and width of your room determine what furniture will fit and what won't. Measuring the room and available wall space is especially important when you shop online. You won't see the furniture in person until it arrives. So you're depending on the measurements alone to determine if it will fit in the space.
Don't forget about window treatments
Once you've taken measurements, decide whether to revamp your furniture or buy new. You may decide you don't want to change anything about your furniture at all, only rearrange it. But after you've set up the furniture in your bedroom, it's important that you don't forget your windows.
Window treatments are take up a major part of your walls. Consider treating them like paint or wall art. Custom window treatments like roman shades can take your room to the next level in an instant.
Window treatments are where you can bring in a pop of color or tone down the room. They're a major design feature, so it's important to use them. The window treatments you choose to make a big impact on your home. In fact, medium-colored draperies with white plastic backings have been proven to reduce heat gains by approximately 33%.
Whether you're looking for roman shades, custom plantation shutters, or composite shutters, Budget Blinds has what you need. To learn more about our roman shades and other window treatments, contact Budget Blinds today.