There are few areas of a given home that better represent the individual style of the homeowner than a bedroom, and there are several important factors to consider if you’re designing or re-designing any kind of bedroom space. From the main colors and themes you’ll use to the space you have available, the additional features you desire and more, you have quite a bit to think about here.
At Guild Hall Home Furnishings, we’re here to help. We offer a huge range of quality bedroom furniture, plus Salt Lake City’s top interior design services from the best designers in town. What are some of the top themes our interior designers will help you move through as you design your new bedroom space? Here are several to consider.
General Bedroom Theme
First and foremost, you should take some time to decide on the general overall theme of your room. This will be influenced by several factors, including colors you tend to use, your personal decorating style and so forth.
For example, if you’ve always used black or another dark color in most other home decorating projects, opting for a lighter color scheme in your bedroom might feel too jarring. On the other hand, if you’re looking for a more relaxing and calming bedroom atmosphere, using cool colors like blues and greens can be a great way to go.
In other cases, your theme could be generation-based, such as someone who wants to create a vintage bedroom reminiscent of styles popular in their grandparents’ era. Our interior designers can help with every step of the way, ensuring your bedroom is a true reflection of you.
Broad Color Themes
Once you have an idea of what your general style will be, you can start to look at specific colors you might want to use in your bedroom. Again, our interior designers can offer a wealth of options and advice on how to use colors most effectively in your bedroom space.
Some popular color themes for bedrooms include using earth tones like browns and beiges for a more traditional feel, going with bright and fun colors like blue or purple for a playful environment or sticking with darker colors like black, grays or even deep reds and purples if you primarily plan to use your room as a place for relaxation.
The options are endless, but it’s important to be consistent with the main color(s) you use throughout your bedroom space. It can be jarring to see a brightly colored wall next to wood furniture, for example.
For more on the important thematic areas to be considering as you’re designing any home bedroom space, or to learn about any of our bedroom furniture, living room furniture or any other products we offer to clients throughout Salt Lake City, speak to the staff at Guild Hall Home Furnishings today.