Jumpstart Your Day: 4 Inspiring Bedroom Makeovers
Additional storage solutions and a fresh coat of paint can give your personal sanctuary an instant upgrade
What do you look forward to after a long day at work? Aside from sharing stories with your loved ones, we're sure that you can't wait to relax in your bedroom, too! While you can always update its look and vibe by purchasing new furnishings, you also need to keep it clean and organized.
If your budget permits, you may always try a new color palette. For those who are feeling extra adventurous, a simple makeover can give you a bright, cozy space to sleep in. Here are 4 bedroom makeovers that will give you a couple of decorating ideas for your haven.
How can you fit all of your kids' essentials in a limited space? They have tons of books, toys, and clothes and to be able to keep their room organized, you'll need plenty of storage space.
To improve this bedroom, interior designer Hannah Acab-Faustino chose neutral colors and added extra storage options. Customized pieces—such as the bed with drawers and a personalized cabinet, were built to help the owners control clutter and keep the belongings in place.
When we're too busy with work and other tasks, we sometimes forget to decorate or organize even our bedrooms. It often ends up looking plain and boring—a space that's just for sleeping.
For this heartwarming makeover, interior designer Kimi Manuel helped the homeowner achieve her dream bright and happy space. She added character to the bedroom by using shades like purple, violet, and seafoam green. For the guest room, as seen in the photo, Kimi added an accent wall and created a uniformed look by adding in a lamp, curtains, and bed linens.
A good night's sleep is important so we can wake up feeling relaxed and refreshed. So how do you get the perfect slumber? By having a room that's cozy and organized!
What used to be a dull bedroom is now a space with pastel shades, accent colors, and a combination of patterns. To complete the look, interior designer Hannah Acab-Faustino used a different wallpaper, repainted the shelves, and updated some of the pieces.
Given the limited space, we sometimes share the bedroom with our siblings or parents. To make it a relaxing space for everyone, having enough storage is key.
This bedroom used to look messy because of the overflowing cabinets and the different belongings found all over the place. To create a clutter-free room, architects Ivy Tablante-Darilag and Edwin Patriarca of Structura Architects replaced the existing freestanding pieces with built-in cabinets. These built-in pieces take up less space so the owners can still move around the room. To complete the look, they also changed the color scheme and flooring.
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