5 Bedroom Design Tips From Every Experienced Homeowner

There are a few things that you learn only after you’ve been through a certain ordeal, and renovation is certainly one of them. Today we’ll be looking at 5 bedroom design tips that every experienced homeowner wished they’d known before:


1. The secret is dual-toned aesthetics

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Do you know the secret to making a truly artsy bedroom interior vibe? It’s by using more than one colour scheme in a trendy way. You don’t have to use a conventional single-toned version. Instead, pick two or more colours and your designer to artfully integrate both in your bedroom interior design.


2. No need to go for excess-ories

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Just as the name suggests, you must avoid excess in all aspects of your bedroom interior design. Too much clutter is not really good for anything – especially considering that you have to enhance the relaxing quality of the space. If you want to be as stylistic as possible, then try opting for trendy furniture pieces instead of redundant stuff like ornamentation, etc.


3. Be cognizant of your theme

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Just because your bedroom is a personalized space does not mean that you get to incorporate even unnecessarily flagrant themes within it. In fact, you must be very respectful of the size of your space. Try sticking to genres that are simple or contemporary. If you start going with elaborate themes that don’t complement the size of your space, you’ll end up with nothing but an unusable mess.


4. Skip a piece or two

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Singaporean homes are already short on space, but if you start over-furnishing them with unnecessary details they’d start looking very unpleasant has a whole. Therefore, it’s totally okay to skip a piece or two of furniture if you feel like your layout can be more efficient without it. Just look at this bedroom as an example; it features just 1 floating nightstand while the other side is directly integrated into the wardrobes.


5. Don’t overlook personalization

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The problem with model-based interior designing is that it’s not particularly warm or inviting. In fact, it’s nothing but cold and insincere. In order for a bedroom to truly feel like a home you belong in, it’s best to just tweak in some small touches that define you and your personality. If you do that, your space is going to have so much more personality than some cookie-cutter personification.


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