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Designing Your Perfect Master Bedroom

11 July 2022

The master bedroom is an important place in any home - a sanctuary where you can rest and relax after a hard day’s work. As you start designing your dream master bedroom, you will have a lot of things to consider, including colour, layout, furniture and lighting. Your bedroom should achieve a delicate balance between style and practicality, but this isn’t as easy as it sounds!

Here, we set out our tips and ideas for creating a five-star master bedroom, that will leave your friends green with envy.

Where Should You Start?

When designing any room, the best place to start is with a mood board. Head over to Pinterest or invest in a few interior design magazines and look for styles and designs that match up with your vision. This mood board will allow you to discover the patterns, colours and furnishings that you would like to include. It will enable you to clarify your thoughts and better visualise your ideas.

Set A Budget

It is important to set a clear budget as you embark on your project, to be sure that you don’t overspend. Be realistic and include all potential spends in your budget. Don’t forget to allow some leeway for unexpected costs too!

Choosing A Colour Scheme

From your mood board, you will be able to identify the signature and complementary colours that you would like to include in your design. You can use colour to change the aesthetics and feel of your room. If you have a smaller space, you should consider using lighter tones as this will help to give the illusion of more room. A chilly room can be easily warmed up using rich, intimate hues and accents, such as a deep red or a moody green.

Whatever colour you choose, remember that your bedroom needs to be inviting and relaxing, don’t choose any colour that is going to overstimulate your senses before bedtime.

Art Attack

When you have chosen the dominant colour of your bedroom walls, why not pick out some key pieces of artwork that will complement this colour. Artwork can help to liven up bare walls and allow you to express your unique style and tastes.

Layout Matters



A key part of your bedroom design is the layout. You will need to decide where everything will be positioned. It is worthwhile drawing this out on a piece of graph paper and starting with your bed as a central point. Work out how much storage space you will need and how you will fit this in with your chosen design.

Bed And Bedding

Your bed is likely to form the focal point of your master bedroom, so you need it to be aesthetically pleasing and tie in nicely with your overall design. Choose a bed frame and bedding that matches your individual style - do you want something modern, stylish and sleek, or something luxurious and opulent?

Furnish Your Space

Have you had any thoughts on whether you would prefer freestanding or fitted furniture in your bedroom? This really depends on the size and layout of your room. You will want to optimise your storage options without overpowering your space. Think about what would fit best and be the most practical choice for you.

Light It Up

Lighting is a very important consideration in a master bedroom - both artificial and natural. Make use of the natural light that shines into your room to keep the space airy and bright and to make it feel more spacious. Artificial lighting can be used to create an ambient and relaxing environment.

Sleek Curtains

Choose window coverings that go nicely with your other bedroom decor. You may opt for blinds, curtains or shutters - the options are endless. Remember that window coverings are not just decorative, they also provide privacy and darkness for bedtime. To get the best of both worlds, why not combine delicate and modern curtains with a practical black-out blind.

Don’t Forget Flooring

Bedroom flooring should provide a cosy and warm feel to the room. Popular choices for bedroom flooring are soft, hard-wearing carpet and stylish and practical hardwood. Engineered wood helps to keep the costs a bit lower while ensuring that you have a modern, stylish and highly durable floor. If opting for a carpet, be wary about choosing a very bold colour or pattern. If you already have a decent floor, don’t waste money replacing it. Instead, refresh the look of your room by buying a stylish new rug in a suitable accent colour.

Creating Your Sanctuary

When redesigning your master bedroom, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. It is all about tailoring your design to match up with your individual style and requirements and to fit in with the space that you have. Careful planning goes a long way to making the process run more smoothly. These tips should set you off on the right track as you have fun creating the bedroom of your dreams.