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The Ultimate Bedroom Remodel

Your bedroom should be a retreat where you rejuvenate and restore yourself to face another day out in the world. If your bedroom isn’t doing the job and you want to make some changes listed below are some common things to consider when the design process starts. By planning the project carefully, you can ensure that you have the budget and the design to transform your bedroom into a restful environment. The color scheme, the textures, the furniture and the architectural features of the room will all combine to make a spot you’ll love returning to night after night.

Design Plans

Peruse the decorator magazines and the Internet to find the bedroom designs that appeal to your sense of style. Once you get a feel for the style you want in your bedroom, pull it all together into a look that will work for you.


Not only are new windows more energy efficient, they are also more beautiful and appealing in the interior of your bedroom. Choose windows that fit the style you are creating.


Your bedroom flooring might be any of a wide variety of materials, from plush wall-to-wall carpeting, to a designer area rug over hardwood flooring to tiles. Don’t forget – the goal of the bedroom is to create comfort and luxury, so the flooring you choose needs to make this happen. That’s one reason why carpeting and rugs are a popular choice in the bedroom.


Color used carefully in the bedroom will add to the restfulness and rejuvenation you feel in this room. Using colors such as blue, earth tones and greens generally help people feel relaxed and peaceful. Painting walls with these colors can be an effective remodeling trick that will improve the feel of your bedroom. Other options for walls includes paneling and wallpaper, with each of these possibilities being effective for adding both textures and patterns to the walls.


Once you take the time and effort to remodel your bedroom, it would be a shame to not address the furniture. Remember the bed is the focal point of the bedroom. Other furniture to consider includes highboy and lowboy dressers, a wardrobe, an entertainment center, shelving and overstuffed furniture for comfortable seating. Don’t forget – you’re creating a retreat here so the furniture needs to work toward this goal.


Bedrooms need storage and lots of it. If you’re blessed with a walk-in closet, redesign it to make it an effective and pleasant place to keep your wardrobe. Give yourself the gift of having a place for everything and you should never feel disorganized or out of control again. Shelving on the walls will hold knickknacks, books and other odds and ends.


The lighting in the bedroom needs to be able to go from day to night with anything in between. Functional lighting will give you powerful options for bright illumination when you need it. You can also tone down the intensity so the lighting fits a calmer and more relaxed mood, too.


There’s nothing like a little retail therapy after you finish remodeling your bedroom into the oasis of your dreams. Go ahead and spring for a new comforter and bedding, accent pillows and a cozy throw for the bed. Purchase new art for the walls, new mirrors, new lamps for bedside tables and dried flowers for the dresser or end table. Accessories are where you really make your personality known.


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