Stunning Bedrooms on Instagram That Give Us #Goals
Don’t let these spaces leave you green with envy, be inspired to transform your personal nook today
You might be wondering why a lot are investing in their bedrooms—guests seldom see it, we use it for only a couple of hours each day, and it’s sometimes used as storage, too. While you’d rather spend a few extra bucks on improving the living area or kitchen, you might want to reconsider allotting a part of your budget for your special personal space—after all, it’s in the bedroom where we feel most at ease and where we rest after a tough day. To inspire you to get started, here are pegs you can use from Instagram:
White and Bright
Trust this non-color to open up a space and give it an airy and welcoming feel. If you have a window in your bedroom, make the most of it by opting for light curtains. Dress up the windowsill with a pot of herbs or a vase of blooms so you'll instantly feel refreshed when you wake up. Keep the look streamlined by working with neutrals and using black pieces as decor.
Industrial With Warmth
Who wouldn't love a room that perfectly combines industrial elements and wooden pieces? It has an inviting warmth with a bit of an edge that you can be proud of. Steal the look of the bedroom above by rethinking the execution of your headboard. Strips of wood that extend to the ceiling can complement bare walls and make for a nice focal point.
Chic and Simple
Buying new sheets and working with colors can give your bedroom an upgrade. Get sets of sheets in colors like gray, purple, and navy blue. These dark picks can make your private space extra cozy and perfect for refreshing slumbers. If you're choosing darker colors for your furnishings, make sure your walls are in a lighter color to keep your room from being too gloomy and cramped.
Whimsical and Moody
Do you love pieces that seem like an ode to your favorite fairy tale? Add a touch of whimsy to your space by adding twigs in a vase, a hanging plant, or even decals that showcase these. Maintain the mood and keep within the theme by opting for dark-colored sheets and pillow covers. You may also want to paint your walls a dark shade of gray.
Sleek With Impact
If you want to start slow yet create an impact in your bedroom, you can do so with an artwork or decal. Take inspiration from your favorite quote, TV show, or even movie—choose a line or a scene and turn it into a captivating wall art.
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