Anyway, I continue with the bedroom series, and today, we are talking about adding textiles in your bedroom.
What you are looking for is a personalized, pretty (but not busy), relaxing (but not boring) space.
You should first decide for a colour scheme that you are attracted to. You can achieve a sophisticated look with any palette, but you could end with a dull and boring look too, if you are not aware of varying textures, patterns and scales.
So first, your colour palette:
Neutrals and pastels are often a favourite in the bedroom for their serene vibes. Choose decorative pillows, curtains, rug and throw in different hues, from lighter to darker shades. Mix patterns and textures to give dimension and interest.
For a cheerful and full of life space, you might pick up a bright palette. Consider to limit those colours to the bedding or small accessories for a long-term pleasure, but get crazy if you feel for it! Once again, mix patterns, patterns' scales and textures.
For example, choose a large print (say a floral), then a medium print (like a geometric or stripes) and a small print or a plain fabric.
You will find many more examples of inspirational bedrooms on my Bedroom board, on pinterest.
Good luck with your bedroom styling, and stay tuned for the next post of the bedroom series.
Should you need help to decorate your room, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org