Most bedroom interior design ideas are derived from the user’s personality, habits, and daily needs. However, somewhere between these personal details, the design gets beaten down by the functional aspects. So, if you’re attracted to elegant modern bedroom interiors with lots of character, here are 5 ways you can create your own:
1. Forego the typical headboard
Typical beds with statement headboards are so last decade – so much so that they now seem to exude a vintage appeal for the most part. So, in order to imbue a sense of chic elegance in your bedrooms, you have to introduce an awe-worthy accent pieces, and nothing can beat a statement headboard background in this aspect. You can customize its design to the fullest – even use recessed lights for an added visual aid.
2. Be as minimal as you can
We understand that personality is important, but you have to be as minimal as you can with your bedroom aesthetic to make it feel elegant and chic. You can experiment with plain textures, but try and keep as far away as you can from clutter inducing details. Keep everything safe and sound within the storage space and focus on a clean aesthetic.
3. Introduce glamour
A little bit of glitz and glamour goes a long way in making a bedroom feel chic. However, there are not many conventional ways in which you can accomplish it. Reflective mirrors and suspended nightstand pendent lights are a good way to emulate a glamorous vibe in your spaces. If you use both elements in moderation, they’ll definitely have a positive impact on your space.
4. Invest in add-on’s
Since you’ll be focusing on minimalism, you’ll feel challenged to fill up the space without making it seem cluttered. In such cases, go for either a statement piece of furniture or artwork in a prominent part of your bedroom. Make sure that it doesn’t take center stage. Placing these objects along the periphery of the room is often more effective.
5. Depersonalized accessorizing
The best-kept-secret to a chic room is how you accessorize it with depersonalized items. Photo frames and trinkets with history are all well and good, but there’s something infinitely elegant about a solitary vase, a simple flower arrangement, or just a cluster of random ornaments.