Creative Wall Décor Ideas For The Bedroom
Keen to give your sleeping space a spruce? An effortless way to bring instant style to a room is by adding trendy décor pieces to the walls, whether it be frames, photos or shelving.
If you’re on the lookout for some inspiration on how to liven up your walls, then keep reading as we’ve collated this year’s biggest wall décor trends, to offer some food for thought.
Keep It Simple!
If you want to create a zen space to sleep, then it’s important that your bedroom décor doesn’t feel too cluttered. On the other hand, you don’t want your space to feel bare and unlived in.
Simple wall art pieces in matching frames are the perfect way to create a laid-back charm to any space which will set the right tone for a bedroom.
Statement prints are a fantastic way to express your personality through décor. Whatever message you want to convey with your interiors you can do through your wall décor!
For a bedroom, you may want to consider more relaxing quotes, than say for your office space. With your office for example you could add in more inspiring work related quotes and for your bedroom stick to more sleep and dream related.
Create Your Own Personalised Polaroid Bunting
Your bedroom is personal and should be your secret haven where you go to hide away from the rest of the world. Photos are a brilliant way to bring a touch of personality to a space, but why stop at your typical photo frames? Polaroids add a splash of authenticity to a space whilst also bringing alive your most loved memories.
These are easy to create, all you need to do is print out your own Polaroids on Photo Box and then buy some rope (or string) and pegs to then create your bunting. Hang up anywhere you like, maybe near your dressing table or if you have any alcoves in your bedroom.
Open shelving is a recent trend which gives a space a minimalist chic feel when done right. For a bedroom, avoid over-cluttering as you want your bedroom to be a space where you feel instantly at ease, and too much décor while make you feel the opposite. Succulents and cacti are a great plant to add to an open shelf, as they don’t require much light and look stylish. Plus, add on a book or two to your shelf, just to give your bedroom a homier feel.