You know that you want a fresh look in your bedroom, but you are stumped over what to do next. You pretty much have writer's block, only you're not writing anything. Maybe, you like to give your room a makeover every spring, so through the years, you have already gone through every theme imaginable. These bedroom trends might give you the inspiration you are looking for.
Wallpaper Has Made a Comeback - When the 1970s were over, you swore that you would never wallpaper another room again for the rest of your life. Well, here is one trend that has made a dramatic comeback, but it is better than ever. You no longer have to deal with sloppy glue and water that drips down the wall and all over the flooring. There is wallpaper that just sticks there without water. There are even varieties that are easily removed without damaging the wall, making them perfect for renters.
Serendipity Wall Fountain with Stainless Steel Trim
Dimensions: 16"W x 53"H x 6.5"D
Indoor Waterfalls - A fountain in the bedroom? Absolutely! Indoor waterfalls are one of the hottest trends in bedroom design. They are soothing and elegant. They improve air quality, block noise, and quiet your mind so you fall asleep faster. Who couldn't use a little more quality sleep time?
Custom Headboards - Do-it-yourself headboards have become very popular in recent years, but now, designers and artists are taking this concept to the next level. If you can dream it, they can create it.
Brass and Copper - Every few years one or two metals tend to steal the show in the design world. Copper has been the metal of choice for a few years now. Although copper is very much still trending, brass has slightly taken the lead. This new look is a subtle, muted brass, not a super shiny one.
Chandeliers - Contrary to popular belief, chandeliers are not reserved exclusively for dining rooms and extravagant entryways. Vintage chandeliers can add a little elegance and mystery to the bedroom, especially if you have modern décor.
Dramatic Curtains - It is easy to create a luxurious vibe without spending a fortune, if you add floor-to-ceiling curtains. They don't have to only go on your windows either. Hang them directly behind, or on either side, of your bed.
Painted Ceiling - Accent walls are starting to take a backseat to boldly painted ceilings. If you feel really creative, use two colors close to the same shade to create large stripes.