Bedroom luxe is what every woman wants. So Diana Smith shares her top tips for creating a bedroom that LOOKS luxurious even if your budget is smaller than your dreams.

Most of us have at least once regretted not having stylish bedroom luxe, such as the one we were treated to during a stay in a 5-star hotel or one we’ve seen in some trendy magazine.

It’s quite normal to wish for a bit of luxury in the space that is probably the most private, with a possible exception of the bathroom.

Still, no matter how modest and humble your abode is, there are quite a few tricks that can help you create a much more luxurious look and they don’t have to cost a lot of money.

This can help both if you’re planning to attract buyers and if you simply want to feel better in the same house.

 

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Bedroom Luxe: Pillows

Pillows can have a dramatic effect on the overall design of any room, especially the bedroom. Imagine your bed with no pillows whatsoever and compare it with an image of the same bed with carefully layered accent pillows.

Prop the pillows you sleep on against the bedhead, but add decorative pillows, which can be in any colour that provides a nice contrast to the colour scheme of the space.

Designers recommend you shouldn’t cover more than a quarter of the bed with pillows if you want to achieve the best effect.

 

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Bedroom Luxe: Lights

Although you may think lights are not very important in a room where you sleep, the truth is completely different. Illumination is one element, but the aesthetic appeal of the fixture is something that can really change the way your bedroom looks.

Even if you change the shade and introduce a trendy colour of fabric, you’ll notice a big change for the better. If you can afford a fashionable chandelier, the effect will be amazing, but you need to hire a Sydney electrician to properly install the fixture.

 

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Bedroom Luxe: Nightstand

Most of us use the nightstand for stuff such as a mobile phone charger, a glass of water or some cream. If you want your bedroom to look more expensive, you need to keep as many items as possible in a drawer.

Still, if there isn’t enough space in the drawers, think about introducing a nicely decorated tray, which could hold some smaller items. Just make sure that the items you display are pretty.

 

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Bedroom Luxe: Get rid of clutter

Chances are you’ve never seen a cluttered bedroom and got an impression it was luxurious. This is especially true when it comes to the floor.

Try to keep it as clutter-free as possible if you want your bedroom to look not only more organised and tidy, but also bigger.

If you really want to keep many items in the room, think about adding a shelf or two, but don’t clutter the floor.

 

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Bedroom Luxe: Greenery

If you’re looking for a quick and inexpensive way to make your bedroom look expensive, look no further than plants.

Just a single potted plant is bound to achieve the desired effect, let alone several of them. Just make sure you choose those plants according to the amount of daylight your bedroom receives.

 

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Bedroom Luxe: Artwork

Most people exhibit their most precious artwork in the living room, where everyone can see it. That, however, doesn’t mean that we should neglect the bedroom.

On the contrary, by adding some of our favourite pieces, we’ll make our bedroom much classier, especially if we place it above the bedhead.

These simple tips and tricks can definitely help you make your bedroom look expensive and luxurious.

As you can see, they don’t cost much and can mostly be done without anyone’s help. If you’re short of concrete ideas, you can simply browse through thousands of pictures of fancy bedrooms posted online and look for details that you could use.

After all, no-one knows your taste better than you.

About The Author

Diana Smith is a full time mom of two beautiful girls interested in topics related to home improvement and latest home design. In her free time she enjoys exercising and preparing healthy meals for her family.

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