With the fall season in full swing, now is the perfect time to reinvent your apartment decor to include more comfy and cozy pieces. Whether you are a regular home decor pro or you’re new to the design game, with a few simple tips you can easily transform your space. Check out our favorite decorating ideas to make your bedroom a relaxing and cozy retreat this fall.
Make Your Bedroom Feel Cozier With These Easy Decorating Tips
1. Keep Things Light
While the colder months tend to make people feel like adding more rich and dark colors, lighter hues in the bedroom are much more relaxing. Create a warm and inviting space with a lighter color palette that includes whites, creams, light blues or light greens.
2. Softer is Better
While it’s nice to mix hard and soft in the bedroom, shoot for bold focal pieces like metal bed frames or wooden side tables mixed with soft linens and other accents. Mixing and matching these hard and soft pieces is a great way to bring balance to the space.
3. Play With Prints
Soft and light can get boring very quickly, so don’t forget to add a punch to the room with a few fun prints. Go for a chunky throw in a tasteful animal print or a couple of floral pillows to help make your bed comfier.
4. Bring Nature In
Nothing can bring a bedroom together more quickly than the addition of a few well-placed natural elements. Whether you go with house plants, fresh flowers or a few bouquets of everlasting fake flowers, natural elements help to create a calm and tranquil atmosphere.
5. Try Vintage
Give your bedroom a fall refresh by going on the hunt for the perfect vintage blanket or comforter. Choose classic colors and patterns that aren’t too busy to help make sure that your vintage find will look great for years to come.
Stay Cozy and Comfy All Year Long at Taluswood Apartments
Have fun with your fall decorating by creating a beautiful and relaxing bedroom oasis. For more about our amenities or to schedule a tour of our pet-friendly apartments in Mountlake Terrace, visit our office at Taluswood Apartments today.