Bring restful nature into your bedroom
Time spent in nature is soul soothing, so let’s recreate the effect at home with these nature-inspired bedroom decorating ideas…
There is nothing calming about clutter, so if you have it, the first step is to clear it up. Magazines, tech gadgets and beauty products are just some of the items that often end up covering the surface of bedside tables and dressing tables. Toss what you don't need and create an organised and hidden place for everything else. Your aim should be to keep surface areas clear. Add plants
A few plants can go a long way to adding life to a room. From flowering chrysanthemums, to ferns there are many indoor plants from which to choose. But if there is one plant that should be in every bedroom, it's a Sansevieria.
Listed as one of the top 10 airpurifying plants by Nasa, this plant turns carbon dioxide into oxygen at night. This means that, even if your bedroom windows are closed, this plant is releasing clean air to help you breathe easier at night. What's more, it's one of those houseplants that is so low Rustic touches
Consider adding rustic wooden features to the room, like a wooden headboard and rustic wooden picture frames. If your budget is tight and you don’t have bedside cabinets, one idea is to find and use small tree stumps as side tables. Update the bedding
No painting or DIY required. Changing the bedding is the easiest way to update a bedroom and introduce a new theme. Neutrals never go out of style and white, cream or beige all work well in a nature-inspired bedroom. However, if preferred, you can add a little interest with patterns by finding one with a nature-inspired theme.