Bedroom Style

We are looking to move house this year and one thing that we will find a little strange is not having to share our new homes bedroom with a little person! That of course means a rethink of the feel and theme of our space. Of course we’re now looking for bedroom ideas.
At the moment our bedroom is a bit studenty. It’s got Cd/DVDs/vinyl and Gavs guitars in there.

Here’s what it looks like now. Well the background anyway. 

  
I’m really looking forward to having something a bit more modern and clear. But I do sway with what colour palette we should use too. It would be a bit boring all one colour but I’m scared about going too heavy or bright too!
My first thought towards a peaceful theme was morrocan. I love the heavy reds yet light areas too. I’d keep the walls a light colour and add red and purple bedding to bring the room to life. Do we have a canopy across the bed to give a more romantic feel or is that asking for trouble with kids around!
I’d love a big chandelier too to make it feel elegant ! I’m not sure how practical this would be though so maybe a few hanging night lights would be a simpler and less expensive idea? I do have a lot of candle holders that will fit right into any theme so that will make our room feel nice to. I love reading by night light!

We need storage too so under bed or a tidy hideaway the contents shelving is a must for us. We have lots of books/CDs/DVDs which we don’t want to keep in the living room. Also Gavs guitar collection needs to stay away from little hands too!
I like the idea of keeping a room muted in colour and then adding in touches of vibrancy in bedding and textiles. I do love a wooden floor but maybe covering a little with a warm rug especially during the darker months would be beneficial to my toes.
Have you completely changed your bedroom space from cluttered to clean? I’d love to see your space!

Chelle

Manic Mama of 2, wife of shouty singer Gav, blog writer, stationery obsessive, bed jumper, Brighton based social media consultant and semi-pro writer

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