A bedroom can be a place of refuge and relaxation from the rest of the world. It also is where we spend a lot of our time, so creating a space that you love to be in is important. Creating a relaxing master bedroom can be done in just a few simple steps, but even if you want to complete a full remodel, adding extra special touches will create a stunning sanctuary.
If you are looking to expand your space or add some more natural light, Cole Val Construction can help with your bedroom remodel. Add walk-in closest, more windows, or change the layout of the space with help from our designers. If you are not sure where to begin, here are some tips for creating a relaxing master bedroom.
1- Relaxing Color Schemes
Paint colors can contribute a lot to the atmosphere of your master bedroom. Choosing a color theme that feels relaxing will help you feel calm while in the bedroom. A color palette of cool tones like blue, or gray will help promote rest and create a relaxing master bedroom.
Warm colors usually help to energize you and may make you feel restless at night. Choosing a color scheme that shows off your personality will be the right choice for your bedroom, but if you want to have a relaxing atmosphere, cooler tones are best.
2- Choose Minimal Decor
Too many distractions and clutter will make you feel stressed while in the bedroom. The minimal decor will help make the room look tidy and give you more room to move around.
Minimal decor doesn’t have to mean you only include a bed, in fact, you can include a comfortable chair, minimal sconces, and furniture with clean lines. Keep knick-knacks and flooring simple.
3- Place Your Bed In The Proper Position
The primary bedroom is used for relaxation, sleeping, late-night chats, and more, so the position of your bed matters. Creating a relaxing master bedroom can be done when the bed is centered in the room, under a large window, and with equal space on either side of the bed. This will give you ample space to decorate and maneuver toward the door or vanity.
4- Add A Quiet Ceiling Fan
Some white noise is a great way to make your space feel more relaxed and help limit distractions. A quiet ceiling fan will help circulate air without distracting noise that can interrupt your sleep or other activities. Even though white noise may seem like it would be distracting, the low hum of a fan or even a white noise maker can help create a soothing atmosphere. If a ceiling fan isn’t conducive to your space, try a noise maker with light water or rain sounds.
5- Always Keep Pillow Cases Fresh
Making a relaxing master bedroom doesn’t have to cost a fortune, in fact, you can use things you already have access to to improve the space. Washing your pillowcases and sheets frequently will help you feel fresh and clean while in your bedroom. Changing out the bed linens will give you peace of mind while you sleep and feel much more comfortable on your skin.
6- Implement Soft Textures
Different textures in an interior design can help add character to your space. Soft and fluffy textures are a great way to add some relaxation to your bedroom and make you feel more comfortable. While not every surface needs to feel like a cloud, adding extra throw blankets, soft curtains, or a few fluffy pillows, will make for a more luxurious lounging area.
7- Implement More Natural Light
Sunlight can be a great contributing factor to relaxation in a home. If your bedroom feels dark add some more windows to allow sunlight to enter the room. While adding more windows may be difficult to sleep with incoming morning light, there are darkening curtains and window treatments that can help only allow in the light when you want it most.
Upgrade Your Bedroom With Cole Val Construction
Cole Val Construction offers master or primary bedroom additions and upgrades so that you can have the bedroom of your dreams. Creating a relaxing master bedroom can be a large project or just as simple as adding new throw pillows. Our designers and decorators can help build your vision into a tangible reality.
Contact us to set up a design consultation or read more about our building process for custom homes.