Do you want to give your bedroom a makeover, but not sure where to start? In a recent video, Zahira Cury, founder of D.Signers Magazine shared several interior design trends that can help transform your bedroom into an oasis of calm and cozy respite.
Wood paneling can bring texture, elegance, and a contemporary feel to any room, according to Cury. At the same time, it’s a feature that works with a range of styles —minimalist, traditional and eclectic, etc.
Colors Inspired by Nature
The color you choose for your bedroom will directly affect how you feel there, according to Cury. Warm, natural, and fresh colors inspired by nature, for example, bring joy, serenity, and focus to the mind, body, and spirit. She recommends choosing earth tones, greens, and blushes.
Sustainable and Natural
Designers and homeowners have been embracing the eco-friendly trend and natural materials have been prevalent for a while as a way to be more in touch with the earth, said Cury. In your bedroom, she recommends using items made by hand using sustainable, natural materials such as stone, wood, clay, bamboo rattan, and jade
Organic shapes, curved lines, and biomorphic patterns — patterns inspired by natural forms, colors, and sequences — help to break up the rigidity of a space and incorporate a natural feel into the space.
Nightstands are a great place to have a little fun, according to Cury. She recommends finding a nightstand that has an interesting shape, that’s in a bold color or that is an unconventional use.
Mix and Match Textiles
By integrating textiles with different textures, styles, and patterns you can bring personality and style to your bedroom.
Lighting is Key
A mix of architectural and decorative or task lighting is key because it adds depth and contrast to the room and is crucial to the overall décor and style of the room.
Japandi is a combination of Japanese and Scandinavian inspired design. According to Cury, the style is clean, neutral, and evokes a sense of tranquility and relaxation.
There are several benefits to adding greenery to your space, according to Cury. Plants not only give life to your bedroom, but they also can help make your home air healthier, reduce stress, and even help you sleep better at night. She recommends adding plants with unique planters.
No matter which trend — or even trends — you choose, creating a bedroom that is your style will make your home a happy and healthier place to be.