With most of us spending at least a third of our lives in our bedrooms, you’d be forgiven for wanting to spruce the space up from time to time. However, not all of us have the time or money to completely redecorate our bedrooms from top to bottom as often as we might like. If you’re stuck in a rut with your room and are looking for new ways to spruce the bedroom without redoing the whole space, here are a few little changes you can make to completely transform your space.
Replace The Headboard
Call us biased, but we really believe that a new headboard can completely change the look and feel of a bedroom. Your headboard is one of the key focal points of your bedroom, drawing your eye as you enter and for that reason, it’s one of the easiest ways to spruce things up as a whole. Whether you opt for something completely different for a bold and brave change of theme, or you pick out a similar but fresh and new piece for the head of your bed, you can completely change the overall feel and look of your bedroom. For something in the middle, our Kandin Luxury Upholstered Wall Mounted Headboard is the ideal compromise. The geometric but classy design makes for a bold new statement without looking too crazy.
Add A New Scent
A new scent can really change how a room feels. Warm scents like vanilla and cinnamon can create a cosier and more comfortable environment, while florals like lavender or jasmine can create a calmer, more relaxed environment. Chamomile scents are also well known for their soothing effects, helping to lull the body into a sense of relaxation.
Freshen Up With Plants
Plants are a no-brainer for sprucing up your bedroom for a number of reasons. Firstly, they are easy to replace and switch out as the seasons change, offering you a constant and ongoing way to spruce up the space and add something new so it never gets boring. In addition, plants are a great way to improve the air quality in your room. Whether you opt for long-lasting plants or plants with shorter life spans, they can help to maintain or increase humidity in otherwise dry indoor air, as well as offering increased oxygen levels and in some cases, purifying the air using the natural production of negative ions.
Switch Out Or Add Art
Artwork on the walls, whether this is a DIY craft or a piece you like that you’ve found while out and about, can really transform a space. A quirky piece of art can liven up a room and give you the perfect opportunity to make things unique to you and your interests at any one time, with an easy switch out any time you create or find a new piece that you want to display. If you’re someone that enjoys decorating for different holidays like Halloween and Christmas, art can be a subtle but effective way to introduce these seasonal interests into your bedroom without changing too much or needing to pack away a lot of clutter.
Sprucing up your bedroom will ultimately come down to your own personal preferences and just how much work your bedroom needs. If you want to redesign your bedroom entirely there are plenty of ways to do so and we’ve even put together a few guides ourselves to help you decorate in particular styles. For quick, cost-effective spruces, however, we hope this guide has helped you on your way. For more information about our headboards and which might suit your bedroom best, get in touch with our team today.