Guide to decorating a White Bedroom
Decorating bedrooms is a very interesting and creative opportunity for you to explore your ideas. White bedrooms reflect sophistication. You can be creative with the blank walls and give a warm, relaxing and spacious feel to your bedroom. Personalize your bedroom by hanging your favorite posters or paintings or a cork-board where you could pin up your schedule.
Hanging Posters or Paintings
Frame the family and friends photos and hang them in your bedroom to personalize it. You can also pin the motivational posters, movie banners or the posters of your favorite movie stars. Buy an art book from a second hand store and frame the pages and hang them on the wall. Make it thematic by selecting the colors of the posters such that they complement each other. Make sure that the walls are sturdy enough to support the thick nails for your frames.
Decorate the bedroom by placing a mirror on one of the walls. The wall across the window is a prime position for placing a mirror so that it receives natural light and reflects it into the bedroom. This is a good decorating trick for a small space. Apart from making the bedroom bright, it gives an illusion of spaciousness.
Inexpensive Furniture and Accessories
Check out thrift stores, home improvement stores and second hand stores in your town. Craiglist and Backpage offer furniture which is inexpensive and you could also get hold of a sale online on furniture items. Consider getting a lamp for your bed side table. If you don’t have a side table, then get a second hand one and paint it yourself to match the theme of the bedroom. To add some life to the bedroom space, place a small plant on the window sill.
Colorful Bedding and curtains
Use dark colors such as black and brown or bold colors such as vibrant red, yellow, blue, orange for the Duvet covers. Colorful bedding will serve as a focal point in your bedroom and will draw attention to your bed. Get curtains of colors that go with the theme of the bedroom. Efficient curtains can be created by layering together inexpensive and thin fabric.