Bedroom Interior Designs — April 13, 2011 at 10:20 pm

Decorate your bedroom interiors with a personal touch



Bedrooms can be tricky to decorate. They are the more personal parts of a house, but they have to be well decorated at the same time. As the bedroom is seen less by guests, there can be a bit more freedom and experimentation in decoration.

The reason this room is so nice is because it is full of personality and individuality. It is youthful, exuberant and full of the energy and vitality of the person using the room. The space isn’t very large, and it doesn’t look like it’s been decorated by an expensive interior decorator.

The furniture in the room is a mixture of vintage and retro, with modern elements added as well. The side tables double as drawers. They are very retro and painted yellow and gray. The lampshades add a youthful edge. The lampshades look like they belong in the nineties.

As the space is small, the bed takes up a lot of the space. It is very comfortable and soft. The bed is rather old, and the bed covers are well used. There is a comforter on the bed that adds contrast to the bed’s color scheme.

The color palette of the room is quite diverse. While pastel colors have been generously used, there are various accents of bright neon colors and white. The flooring is simple and wooden, and there is a pleasant rug that creates visual texture.

The nice thing about this space is that the owners have placed a lot of personal objects in the room instead of pretentious artwork. The owners have hung up old photographs on the walls, something that only adds to the personality of the room.

Over all, there is a lot of natural light in the room as well. The window is large and lets in a lot of sunlight, creating a breezy, pleasant feel.

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