Bedroom Design Ideas to Swoon Over

A few good bedroom design ideas: sometimes that’s all you need to transform your master bedroom into the ultimate sleep retreat. And if you have your house on the market, a well-designed bedroom will only add to your home’s appeal.

A few good bedroom design ideas: sometimes that’s all you need to transform your master bedroom into the ultimate sleep retreat. And if you have your house on the market, a well-designed bedroom will only add to your home’s appeal. By implementing the ideas below, you’ll get a good night’s sleep — and a beautifully designed bedroom that buyers will notice.

Start with a Soothing Color Palette

When it comes to bedroom design, the goal is to choose colors that inspire rest. Think white and ivory bedding to create the illusion of sleeping on a cloud. Stay away from bright, dark, or intense colors that might work better in another room. Here are some ideas for the best colors for master bedrooms.

Give the Bed a Better Position

Staging your bed in a better spot is one of the quickest ways to give your bedroom a new look. Many homeowners position their beds in the main circulation path. Instead, consider situating your bed in a spot with the best view — whether it’s a view of the luxurious master bathroom or the lushly landscaped yard.

Relocate Electronic Devices

Though it’s nice to catch up on college football or what’s new on HGTV, the bedroom is a sanctuary, not a tech haven. By removing TVs, smartphones, iPads, and other tech devices from the master bedroom, you’re creating an environment that encourages unwinding and falling asleep. Try moving your tech items to the home office or the guest bedroom. Want to learn some other benefits of instituting a tech-free bedroom? Check out this article.

Set a Comforting Scene

If space allows, turn your bedroom into the ultimate relaxation zone by bringing in a chaise or a chair and ottoman. Have a great view? Let potential buyers soak up the idyllic scenery — keep the blinds or curtains open. And when it comes to window coverings, minimal is best. Consider investing in motorized shades that you can program to shut and rise according to your schedule. Another way to add comfort? A fireplace. Though you won’t often need to stoke a fire when you live in Dallas-Fort Worth, adding a bedroom fireplace will do wonders for making the space comfortable and cozy.

The master bedroom is where we end the day — and also where we begin it. Why not make it soothing and comfortable for both? By putting some of these bedroom design ideas in play, you’re well on your way. What tips can you share for creating the ultimate master bedroom?

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Audrey Sellers is an award-winning, Dallas-based writer and editor with a background in marketing and promotions. She’s a former magazine editor turned blogger who’s a pro at crafting all kinds of engaging content: blog posts, case studies, feature stories, social media content, and more. When her fingers aren’t flying on her laptop, she’s busy not relaxing with her husband and two young kids.

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