This week we’re going to help you to banish the winter blues by bringing you some fabulous interior design ideas to brighten up your bedroom. We’ll be including some of the latest interior design trends to help you make your home a beautiful place to be despite the gloomy economy – after all if you’re budget is limited and you are staying at home more, then now is the right time to get round to redecorating and make your home a more comfortable and enjoyable place to be.
How often do you open a door to your bedroom and your heart sinks? You’d love a fresh new look but just don’t know where to start or which style to go for – here at Terrys Fabrics we have an extensive range of stunning soft furnishings and accessories to transform your home without having to spend a fortune.
So without further ado let’s take a look at our first bedroom interior design idea to get you thinking!
‘Going global’ is an easy look to achieve, especially if you’ve been abroad on holiday and been inspired by the colours and patterns used in other countries. The great thing about ‘going global’ is you can choose anywhere in the world to get your ideas from, be it Africa, the Med or the Far East.
Use bright colours which compliment each other, for example Mediterranean blues, terracotta and sunflower yellows will bring a happy and cheery disposition to a bedroom. If you prefer more muted tones then cast your mind to Africa and the earthy tones and tribal prints which are prominent in this part of the world.
Simple changes, such as choosing a rug with a tribal print, cheap cushions and cheap duvet covers, can help to bring your ideas to life. Accessories with an appropriate theme will also have their place – especially those treasures that you’ve bought back from your travels.
Be brave and choose colour schemes which are new to you and your home – magnolia has its place, however by injecting a brighter tone your bedroom will look and feel refreshed, as well as stylish.
If you can’t decide which country to base your ideas around then why not go eclectic and mix styles from around the world – as long as they have a connection you’ll be able to get away with it!