Kiki Interiors - Decor and Staging

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

We Answer Wednesday - How to Style a Bedroom

"How do I make my basic bedroom look more expensive?"

 The bedroom is the perfect spot to kick back and relax.  We aim to create a beautiful bed when we stage homes, it really makes the whole room feel calm but luxurious at the same time.

We have a few recommendations to create the ultimate bedroom retreat.

1- Clean and simple bedding.  We highly recommend plain white bedding.  It is simple but timeless.  it looks so fresh, bright and clean like a chic hotel room but you can also style it how ever you like.  For personal use, it is worth investing in high quality but for home staging it isn't. Add colour and pattern with bed accessories like blankets and pillows.

 Upholstered headboards are best as they add lusciousness and a majestic beauty to any bedroom ambiance.:

2 - Layering.  We often only sleep on one pillow but when it comes to styling a bed you definitely want more pillows - it looks luxurious but it also looks like a comfortable spot to lay your head.  there are a few ways to layer your pillows. See the diagram below for some options.  There is no wrong answer, it is a matter of preference.  For a king size bed, you can use the same options but add a third Euro (large square pillow) and use king size pillows.


3. Texture.  We talk about texture a lot.  But texture is a great way to add some softness and a touch of glamour.  People love touchable fabrics and where better than a bedroom.  You want to create a room that you want to snuggle up in (whether for yourself or for a potential buyer).  Think pillows and throw blankets in fur (faux) and knits.

Luxury bedding : The White Company Bedding : Perfect Bed tips:

4. Lighting.  Just like your pillows and bedding you want to layer your lighting.  Think over head - a beautiful fixture really brings a bedroom to life and can be a great piece to set your decor tone.  But don't forget about bedside lighting - end tables with table lamps seems obvious but it works and when it comes to table lamps there are many fabulous choices.  Don't have room for end tables? Try some sconces - double swing arm sconces are perfect for those who love to read at night.

Love the warmth of this room and the windows on each side of the master bed! light but private! Neutral Home Interior Ideas:

5. Walls and Windows.  Some art and drapery can really complete the look of a bedroom.  We love a bedroom with some art - it really is like jewelry for an outfit.  It pulls it all together.  Depending on the room arrangement and furniture styles, art above the end tables is a timeless and chic look but we also love an oversized piece above a headboard.  for the window this function and fashion, some soft drapery panels frame a window beautifully but you may want to add some blinds, shutters or shades to give the room more privacy.

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6. Seating and storage.  You may be able to add both depending on the size of the room.  It is always a nice addition to have a small seating corner in a bedroom but not all bedrooms can fit a chair - if you have room for a bench or a storage bench that can look very chic at the end of a bed.  Another great look and a practical use of furniture too is over sized end tables. when you are staging your home - you don't want the room to look over stuffed with furniture to pick and choose pieces carefully, maybe a small chair in the corner and standard size beside tables is likely best.

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What you will notice in these images is a consistent thread of layers on the bed, a soft colour palette, a mix of textures, subtle patterns (if any) and upholstered headboards.  We love a timeless and chic bedroom but since the space is yours make it truly yours and surround yourself with what you love and what you want to see in your most personal space.

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