Bedroom Trends: What’s In!

Posted by on Oct 16, 2014 in Home Decor, Staging Your Home for Sale, Tips | 0 comments

Bedroom Trends: What’s In

Once upon a time, the big bedroom investment was a complete set of furniture that matched identically in style and details. This style is decidedly out this season. Here is what’s popular for master bedrooms for the year to come.

In: Coordinated furniture

Approach the bedroom like you would a living room, finding furniture that coordinates, but doesn’t necessarily match exactly.

 In: Rustic, or raw wood and natural details

One of the biggest trend surprises this season is the amount of raw or natural wood especially in pine finishes. The layer of textures, a rustic wood headboard, contrasting against silky sheets and woven blankets is what creates today’s bedroom retreat.

 In: Neutral, warm colors

One of the biggest “outs” in the bedroom is a “bed in a bag”. Rather, go for a layered, look of neutrals, specifically warm tones that are enveloping. And while a “bed in a bag” may be an affordable option for a room, bedding is probably one of the areas of a master bedroom that should be splurged on. Since we spend at about one-third of our lives in bed, it is encouraged to purchase the best mattress, the finest pillows and the best bedding you can buy.

 In: Modern, statement lighting

Forget basic can lights. The fall, consider adding elaborate overhead lighting in the bedroom spaces. All types of chandeliers, hanging fixtures and ceiling lights grace the master bedroom. It’s not just statement lighting, but great lighting in general that will set the tone of a bedroom.

An ideal lighting scheme starts with natural light and supplements with ambient, task, and accent lighting.

In: Sitting rooms, added functions

Homeowners love being able to have a bedroom that is multipurpose. Even small rooms can include this function with furniture that allows for work or relaxation. Finding a nightstand that offers hidden storage or pullout trays to serve as spots for books and drinks will work well. Despite all the room trends, ultimately a master bedroom should reflect the person or people spending time there.

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