1. Go with an all-white theme
Create a clean and serene atmosphere in the bedroom with white furnishings and decor pieces. It’s also a simple way of dressing up bare ledges or a bay window.
Design: Bowerman Interior Planner
2. Lean framed art pieces along the wall
This method is perfect if you love the idea of putting up art pieces but don’t want to commit to making holes in your wall.
Design: Atelier Here
3. Install built-in shelves of different sizes
Having a variety of sizes gives you more flexibility when it comes to displaying your collection of books, trinkets and other curios.
Tip: Avoid cramming the shelves full of stuff which can make your place look messy and disorganised. Instead, allow for some breathing space by carefully curating what to display and what to hide away.
Design: EJ Werkshop Interior
4. Go vertical
Create little alcoves or niches like this for displaying more important ornaments or display pieces. They’re more elegant that regular shelves and can make your home look more luxurious.
Design: Fbeye International
5. Create a vignette with things you already own
Whether on your coffee table, sideboard, dining area or display case, simply rearrange and edit your existing items in a way that’s stylish and neat. It’s practical and, most of all, free! Click here to see how to make a vignette at home.
6. Install a pegboard wall
Pegboard is a brilliant way to maximise wall space, because it helps give you a “grid” to work with. You can install shelves, hang up art pieces or air plants and so much more such as organising pots and pans in the kitchen. And they work with almost every room so you can play around to your heart’s content.
Design: Hello Embryo
7. Make a grand entrance
Even if you have a small entryway, make it work for you by decorating with a large potted plant (which you can place on top of your shoe rack), or a unique art piece. It instantly makes your place look more homey and personalised.
Design: LTW Designworks
8. Bring the outside in
Liven up your sleeping area with greenery that doubles up as natural air purifiers. Here’s a list of plants that are great for the bedroom. Also, keep your bedside clutter-free so decorate minimally.
Design: Lush Interior Design
9. Swap regular storage boxes for crates
This simple tweak can transform how the room looks by injecting some personality into it. Even better if the crates are mismatching, as it adds a rustic flavour to your interiors.
Design: PIU Design