Three simple tips on decorating your bedroom

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A bedroom should be a private getaway, jungle, hotel or villa because this is where you dress up, sleep, study and the list is endless. The bedroom should also express your feelings, personality, collections and favorite colors. This will always make you feel at home.

When decorating your room there are certain rules that need to be followed according to https://www.thespruce.com/ They include:

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Choose a subtle color

When it comes to choosing a color for your room opt for a soothing shade and a monochromatic tone. For instance, gentle hues of blue, lavender, or green color are considered to be calm and serene. Rich jewel-toned hues like toasty browns, deep pomegranate, or topaz give a cozy vibe.

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Have several lighting options

Every room needs good lighting and needs to be layered. There are types of lighting in a room, chandelier, wall lights, task lighting, and track lights. For instance, general lighting is for the whole room, small lamps focus light for reading and other activities and accent light helps to wash the walls in soft illumination. There are types of lighting in a room, chandelier, wall lights, task lighting, and track lights.

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Choose the right size of furniture

Before buying the furniture, start by measuring the floor. This will guide you to buy the right size. At the Spruce, they advise that you should not choose a heavy, large bed and dresser for a small bedroom. If the ceiling is high, a tall headboard will help to visibly bring it down to size.

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