Lately, our Pinterest feed has been flooded with cottage core, dark wood furniture, and postmodern accents. There’s just one problem: Our bedroom doesn’t incorporate any of those aforementioned aesthetics. So, we’ve decided it’s time for a little revamp. In the same boat? Here are a few decor ideas from the easily shoppable (Found It On Amazon section) that will inspire you to redo your master bedroom immediately.
1. KEEP IT MINIMAL
Sometimes less is more. Case in point: This totally Marie Kondo-ed oasis. Just looking at the clean lines and stark color palette of this bedroom makes us feel instantly calmer.
2. GET CREATIVE ABOUT STORAGE
If you’re working with limited space or you’re cohabitating with a total maximalist, making the most of your storage space is key. Which is why we’re such proponents of the storage bed. Look for one with built-in drawers, so you can you utilize the often overlooked under-bed space. Most pros suggest storing out of season clothes or extra linens under your bed, so they don’t take up precious space in your dresser.
3. ADD SOME FANCY WALL SCONCES
There’s a reason why Joanna Gaines is always a fan of adding sconces—they’re an easy way to make your space feel more upscale and they take up zero floor space. Install one in on either side of your bed and your room will start to feel like a luxe hotel suite.
4. OPT FOR A STATEMENT-MAKING HEADBOARD
Don’t underestimate the power of a stunning headboard to totally transform the look and feel of your room. This beautiful wooden one contrasts against the boho comforter (in a good way) and adds visual interest to what would otherwise be a boring blank wall.
5. MIX TEXTURES IN THE SAME COLOR PALETTE
Anyone else feel the urge to climb into this bed immediately? There are a ton of different textures going on here between the tufted rug, sherpa throw pillows and linen comforter. But it works, since they’re all in the same tone of cream. The result? A polished, ultra-cozy vibe à la our dream Pinterest board (where red wine spills never happen, of course).
Get the look: Blue Page set of two throw pillow covers ($25); Nordeco Home set of two throw pillow covers ($16); Artistic Weavers area rug ($86); Potey planter ($20); Beau Jour dried pampas grass ($17)
6. CONSIDER A MIRROR INSTEAD OF WALL ART
You’ve probably heard that hanging up a mirror can make a room feel more spacious and open—it’s a classic interior design trick. But who knew mirrors don’t necessarily have to be above your vanity, or even at eye level? We love how this interior designer hung hers in place of traditional wall art above the bed.
7. ROLL OUT A PATTERNED AREA RUG
We typically lean towards neutral area rugs, but after seeing this photo we’re seriously reconsidering going for a bold look. The pattern ties the basic (dare we say, almost boring) wardrobe and accent bench together and really makes the space pop.
8. SET UP A VANITY
Want to feel like you have your life together? Get a vanity. Sure, leaning over your bathroom sink or sitting cross legged in front of your full length mirror every morning to apply your makeup is fine. But luxuriously perching at a fully stocked vanity is one of those simple pleasures that makes you wonder how you ever did life any other way. Plus, if you recreate this one, it will make a corner of your bedroom totally ‘Gram-worthy.