You spend about one-third of your life in your bedroom. Therefore, it should be decorated with as much thought as you put into your living room. This is your sanctuary. This is the room you retreat to read a good book in bed, and these are the walls you stare at when you are sick. Your bedroom should be inspiring. Below are a few easy ways to create a "wow" factor or add a bit of drama to your space.
Curvature Slate Floor Fountain
Floor Fountains - You are probably thinking that if you are going to spend a significant amount of money on a décor piece it is going in the living room where everyone can see it, right? Be selfish! Who cares if you are the only person to enjoy its beauty and benefits? Of course, floor fountains look fantastic in living rooms, too, but you should definitely consider one for the bedroom. Plus, it will soothe your mind so you fall asleep faster, and it is awfully nice to wake up to the serene sound of cascading water.
Zen Moonshadow Slate Tabletop Water Fountain
Chandelier - No one expects to see a chandelier in the bedroom. However, when you open your eyes in the morning the first thing you see is the ceiling, if you sleep on your back. This is the perfect place for a whimsical chandelier to be suspended from the ceiling.
Bio Ethanol Fireplace - If you want an inviting and cozy space you are going to need a dancing flame. Of course, you don't want a toxic wood-burning fire polluting the air you breathe. A bio ethanol fireplace will give you the warm flame you want without the smell or maintenance.
Mirrored Canopy Bed - Most people have no idea that mirrored canopy beds exist, but they do, and they are spectacular. Pair one with a mirrored floor fountain and add décor in shades of aqua and teal, and you create a truly magical space.
Upholstered Headboard - Any old headboard can be brought to life with a little fabric. If you have a solid comforter, choose a printed fabric for your headboard. You can switch fabrics with the season even, so it's always new and exciting.
Barley Twisted Four Post Bed - If you prefer a classic look, find a four poster bed with barley twists. These twists were commonly found in manor houses of the 17th century.
Bonsai Trees - It is important to have plants throughout your home. Bonsai trees create an artistic display. Essentially, they are living art, after all. Plus, you get the satisfaction of shaping your trees however you want them to look.