Nothing makes anyone excited like having their room. Better than that is having the opportunity to decorate it in your way. That requires you to have ideas for making your bedroom from going from old dull and gloomy space to an elegant and stylish room.

Here are some of the tips to make your bedroom better.

Use All Available Surface Space

One of the biggest challenges in a small bedroom is finding places to put all your stuff since the bed takes up most of the room. Be resourceful. Even windows can provide extra storage space for decor, lighting, and other essentials when there is no room for another table.

Go Wild With Wallpaper

It might seem a little much for a small space, but a bold, bright wallpaper can help cocoon your room and give it a jewel-box effect. You do not need to cover the entire wall to make a statement. Just choose a smaller nook to conceal in a fun print that compliments everything else.

Float Your Furniture

Instead of oversized furniture, opt for minimalist, low-to-the-ground beds and nightstands that are built into the wall for a sleek floating effect. Not only will your room look less cluttered, but it is also a life-saver if you have got a small bedroom.

Lean Large Artwork

Opt for a high-impact photograph of an interior that both reflects and juxtaposes your own space. Let it show your amazing artistic side and yet classy. The art looks like your bedroom a more elegant room with just simple yet good compliments to the place. Keep

Choose Subtle Colour

Instead of bold primary colours, choose soothing shades. Remember colour theory: gentle hues of blue, lavender, or green are considered calm and serene. Vibrant jewel-toned shades help set the mood of coziness and comfort. These might include toasty browns, deep pomegranate, or topaz. Use toned-down versions of your favourite colours in the bedroom.”

Make the Bedroom Simple

A bedroom should look cozy and simple, sophisticated, and elegant, regardless of what style of decorating you choose. For ease of movement, leave a minimum of three feet between the bed and side walls or large pieces of furniture and at least two feet between the bed and low furniture, like tables and dressers. Try to avoid desk, and create a home study area somewhere else in your home.

Include Several Lighting Options

In a bedroom, it is good to layer your lighting throughout the room. Ambient lighting light the whole room, small lamps can focus light for reading and other activities, and accent light helps to wash the walls in soft illumination.

To focus reading light where you need it, use a bedside lamp with a movable arm. Each light should be adjustable with a dimmer. Install a separate on/off switch for each light so that you can be selective and light only the area you want.


The key to having the bedroom of your choice is by keeping it simple and going with the flow. You can unlock your artistic side by decorating your own room.