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6 Amazing ways to decorate a huge bedroom

Here’s how you can make your bigger bedroom look and feel more cosy with your decor

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By Kauthar Gool | May 19, 2023 | Bedroom

If you’ve recently moved into a new home or apartment with a huge space for a master bedroom, you may be overwhelmed and thinking of ways you can fill the room. Unlike small spaces, where furniture and decorative items are rather restricted in terms of size, in a larger bedroom, there is ample room for imagination and creativity – which can also be quite stressful. If you’re looking for tips as you decorate your space, we’ve got your back.

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1. Add drama with lighting

Incorporate a magnificent light fixture into your bedroom. This will draw the eye up and add a touch of glamour to your space. A beautiful statement light will also tie the room together nicely and add to the grandeur of the bedroom.

2. Create a nook

It may be challenging to break up a bigger space while giving it a cosy appeal. However, adding a nook with a comfortable sofa where you can relax and read will do wonders. If you place the sofa near the window, it will create a snugger appeal, especially on chillier days.

3. Incorporate extra furniture

While you don’t want the space to look crowded, adding a few extra pieces will work well. Add a bench at the end of the bed or have a designated corner where you can try out and model your outfits for the day.

4. Grand mirror

Add a beautiful mirror to the space for an added dramatic effect. The statement mirror can be incorporated into the nook you’ll use for trying on clothing, or as part of a stunning vanity set-up in the room.

5. Add paintings or art

Integrate art pieces into your space to give it a wonderfully well-put-together feel and to elevate the overall aesthetic in the space. If you have a bigger space to place around, you could incorporate bigger pieces for the wall.

6. Block off spaces

If you become too overwhelmed with large spaces, consider adding a sliding door that could lead to a closet or house some of the items you don’t want to be scattered in your bedroom. You could have a dedicated reading area behind the sliding door or the space could house your vanity, book collection, office space, and more. This is your bedroom and you should always feel calm and comfortable therein