1. Replace The Doors On Your Fitted Wardrobes: We recently had a client who had moved into a new house which already had fitted wardrobes in the master bedroom. Whilst the space / storage is great, she simply could bear the doors which were out dated and if she kept them, they were unfortunately going to determine how she could decorate the rest of the room.
By simply re facing your wardrobe units and drawers you can transform the look of the bedroom without having to rip out the wardrobes, You can also add matching end panels and accessories such a cornice and pelmet to complete the look. It's amazing how a bedroom can be transformed simply by replacing the wardrobe doors. If you think you might want to change the colour of your walls within a couple of years, choose wardrobe doors in neutral colours or wood tones so that other colours will go, should you decide to make changes.
Try white gloss doors to keep the room bright or if you prefer darker, try a dark wood look, such as our Burnt Oak.
2. A Fresh Coat Of Paint: The easiest way to transform the overall look of your bedroom is by changing the wall colour. Adding a fresh coat of paint in a new colour and refreshing the woodwork can work wonders. You could also try an accent wall behind the bed for something a bit different if you don't want to paint the whole room. Use light neutral shades and pale grey's to keep it looking open and bright, or if you are feeling brave, choose rich dark shades for a dramatic on trend look. We love the paint colour ranges from Farrow and Ball and The Little Greene Paint Company.
3. Add A Rug: To create a pulled-together look, add a rug on either side of the bed. The key is to make sure that your bedside table can fit comfortably on the rug. This will also add a bit of warmth to bedrooms with wood or laminate floors.
Loni Cotton & Wool Rug By Urbana