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These simple tips will make your bedroom into the resort of your dreams.
The bedroom is often the last room designed, since no one really sees it except you, the homeowner. However, it really is the one room you shouldn't skimp on. You deserve to awaken in an oasis of calm and luxury each morning, so give yourself the gift of indulgence with a bedroom design that makes you feel like you are at a resort. And don't forget the mints on the pillow.
To recreate resort style at home, your bed should be the centerpiece of your bedroom. Consider all the swanky hotels you’ve visited: the bed is always decked out with coordinated bedding and plenty of pillows. One of the easiest ways to duplicate the look of a resort is to use crisp, white sheets.
Just as in a fancy resort, your bedroom should be meticulously designed and carefully planned. Your bed should be fit for royalty, with a plush headboard perfect for reading in bed, as in the Oyster Bay Sag Harbor Tufted Upholstered Bed by Lexington. This bed exemplifies quintessential resort style, with gray and ivory toned Silverlake upholstery fabric, button tufting, nailhead border, and matching footboard.
Two side tables, side lamps, a desk, and cozy chairs make the room complete. If you have the space, a bench at the end of the bed is a nice touch.
Resorts are always bright and cheerful, and this has to do with the lighting. They make good use of wall sconces, chandeliers, side lamps, and mood lighting to set the scene. Check out the overhead lights in your bedroom. Are they modern? Do you love them? Is the light too bright? Think about changing your current overhead lights for modern fixtures that will complement your new decor. Also, have a dimmer switch installed so that you can control the amount of light they give off.
Even though you are going for resort style, you still want a collected-over-time look that won't stray into matchy-matchy. You can also choose lamps with metallic bases or a touch of sheen on the lamp shades to add a touch of glamour.
Resorts always give you plenty of space to keep all your items handy. This means the bedside table is set up to keep everything in reach. Set yours up in the way that works best for you and helps bring convenience and luxury into your day.
The Oyster Bay Cedarhurst Nightstand with Three Drawers by Lexington has plenty space to store essentials and plenty of space on top for your alarm clock, glasses, and a few decorative items. If you love lotions and potions, there's room to store them in the drawers. Having the things you like the most nearby will make your bedroom feel like a special space.
This small touch will have a big impact on how elegant your resort-like bedroom feels. Elegant, aromatic arrangements can be found in every room of a high-end resort, and your bedroom should be no different. You can easily add greenery to your room with some house plants, such as orchids with gorgeous elegant flowers that bloom in cycles.
If you are interested in transforming your bedroom into your own personal resort, visit the Baer's Furniture showroom near you and check out all our furniture collections. Speak with an in-house design professional if you need help getting the look you want.
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