By Geoffroy Sabrina. Bedroom. Published at Wednesday, February 14th, 2018 - 22:37:56 PM.
No, we're not talking about your diet or your tendency to spend the hour before bed scrolling through your Facebook feed, although it is a factor you do have some control over: your interior decor choices.
Getting the perfect night's sleep every night is our dream come true, let's be honest – but what if we told you the quality of your slumber could be negatively affected by something a little completely unexpected?
Before planning out your new master bedroom design, take some time to look at different bedrooms that inspire you and try to incorporate the "best of" ideas into your own room. It's not a bad idea after you do most of the research to hire an interior designer to pull it all together for you. Just remember — it's your personal room, so you don't have to please anyone but yourself.
This is the most important step because you will follow this throughout your designing process. Choosing neutral tones like cream, tan, and browns allow you to add pops of color in the details. You can also do black and white or grey, but stay neutral. Then think of one color you want to use as a pop of color. If you go with black and white you can use more bright pops of color like purple, blue, red, or yellow. When you stick with earth tones like cream, tan, and browns it is best to go with green or orange. So think about which home décor color style you like better and then once you've decided that, think of a pattern you really like; for example, floral, a type of animal print, geometric, tribal, paisley, or any pattern you really like.
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