Bedroom Makeover: A Sealy Collaboration

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If you are thinking about updating your bedroom this year, the one thing you will need to do a lot of is planning. Needless to say, you’ll need to talk things through with your partner, and decide on a theme for the room. Though it may be easier said than done, you’ll save yourself a lot of time if you can do this without bickering! For ideas on themes, colours and styles, check out a few blogs. There are plenty of interior design blogs on the internet, which are perfect places to find the inspiration you need to get started. One of the first things you’ll need to consider is your budget. But don’t fret though – there are plenty of design ideas available for every budget and room size. When you have an idea of how much you are willing to spend, and what sort of theme you would like to go for, it’s time to decide what to replace and what to update. If you’re in the market for a new bed – the obvious place to start for any bedroom makeover – take a look at a Sealy divan. It’s then time to take a look at some new bedding to spruce up the room. It’s always a good idea to ensure that your bedding complements the colours throughout the rest of the room.
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One of the most important factors to consider when making over your bedroom is the colour scheme. You might like to opt for a pale, pastel palette to keep things light and airy. Or you may prefer warmer, more intense shades. Your colour scheme is likely to depend on whether you’re aiming for an ideal place for the kids to join you on a Sunday morning, or a spot that sets the mood for romantic evenings in with your partner. Once you’ve settled on a colour scheme for your walls and bedding, you’re ready to match some curtains. Whether you go for blinds or curtains is a personal choice. Blinds tend to suit the summer time, whilst curtains keep things cosy in winter. Consider using both to keep your bedroom perfect all year round. The final touch is art. The bedroom is a great place for family shots. Remember that you can make or break a room by hanging just a few pictures hung on the wall though, so choose carefully!

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