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Creating a Beautiful and Relaxing Bedroom Retreat

Your bedroom should be a place where you can unwind and relax. Whether it is where you spend a lot of time or simply use the space as a place to sleep, there are a few things you can do to make the space feel comfortable.

Invest in Quality Textiles

Adding extra blankets, throws, and pillows to a bedroom not only brings in more texture for a cozier feeling space but also adds functionality. It’s nice to have an option for extra warmth at the foot of the bed or close by in a basket if needed. Or if you need to shed a few layers, having a spot designated for extra blankets prevents a heap on the floor. Complementary duvets, quilts, throw blankets and decorative pillows add texture and dimension to your room, instantly elevating the space.

Bring In Something Fresh

Instantly make your space feel more luxurious by adding a touch of greenery or a simple arrangement to the bedside table. If you don’t consider yourself to have a green thumb or you like to decorate for the different seasons, use faux plants or floral stems. Florals or greenery, both real and faux, are a great way to shift the feeling of the room without a large expense.

Incorporate Intentionally Designed Storage

Bedroom storage goes beyond closet space and dressers. Look around your room on a typical day and see if you have areas that collect your belongings. There might be a pile of shoes, a coat draped over a corner chair or pockets emptied onto a nightstand. Rather than having the ongoing internal dialog that we’ll tidy up later, use design elements in your space that serve as beauty and function for how you actually live.

The Magic of Mirrors

We love incorporating a full-length mirror into a bedroom. Not only does it give you the functionality of checking your outfit when getting ready, but it also can give the illusion of a bigger and brighter space. There are so many interesting mirrors on the market today, you can create a real statement piece by just adding a mirror to a room.

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