Master Bedroom Decorating Ideas

You don’t have to spend a lot of money or make drastic changes to design a master bedroom both you and your spouse love. Just a few subtle changes can help you turn a bedroom into a retreat where both of you can relax, unwind and rejuvenate in style. Check out these five easy tips:

Incorporate both of your aesthetics.

Talk about the styles you each like: Do you prefer modern decor or more traditional furniture? Bold accents or subtle?  Either try to find middle ground or decide on an eclectically designed space that incorporates both of your preferred styles.

Add a coat of paint.

Painting is one of the most inexpensive ways to make a dramatic change to any space. If you’re having trouble deciding on a color, find something in the room for inspiration. A color from a pillow, throw rug, bedding, vase or your favorite artwork can be a good starting point.

Ditch the TV.

Unfortunately, many people also use their bedrooms as home offices or TV rooms. Reserving this space for sleep and romance alone will lead to a more restful environment and better night’s rest.

Upgrade Your Mattress.

A memory foam mattress is ideal for couples since it absorbs motion—allowing each partner to be supported independently. If it’s not in your budget to buy a new mattress, consider purchasing fluffy new pillows and a supportive mattress pad. 

Ashley sleep mattress in an empty bedroom with pillows and a throw blanket on top.

Don’t be afraid to accessorize

Stylish bedroom accessories like a rug, throw pillows, sheets and a cozy comforter are quick and inexpensive ways to add extra warmth, color and beauty to your master retreat.