You know the old saying about how home should be your sanctuary? Well if 2020 has shown us anything its that this has never been more important. If you are anything like me your kids probably had a Pinterest designed nursery, toddler, to current state room while your master bedroom is the first door you shut when friends come over. However, that’s all about to change with the master bedroom remodel ideas I’m going to share with you today.
Now that it’s becoming more apparent that we are going to be locked in the house together for awhile, it is time for a master bedroom refresh to create a sanctuary to escape the madness of homeschool, work from home, and a lot of togetherness.
If you are an introverted extrovert like me, you know how important it is to have a place that is quiet enabling us to be able to recharge so we can keep moving forward. So I thought, its time to treat myself to a room refresh. I wanted to share with you all how I change things up on a budget shopping from AllModern.
Master Bedroom Remodel Ideas
Start a Mood Board
Before I even start on AllModern I head over to Pinterest to create a board. Because AllModern has such an amazing selection, if I start with things I love, I can usually find them vs. searching for things and hoping to fall in love. Not only do they have a huge selection, their price points are why I start here first Then once I have my products together I throw them in a mood board of my actual items in my room to see how they all go together. Canva is amazing at this. Another reason AllModern is my go to is that shipping is included. When purchasing larger items like furniture, having the shipping included makes purchases feel better.
Keep A Neutral Palette
Since the majority of us don’t unlimited design budgets, I like to keep the base of my master bedroom neutral. Keep in mind, neutral doesn’t have to be just white or tan. I have pink as my neutral in my living room. Neutral to me is a color palette that can be changed up easily and goes well with other colors. I’m a chronic redecorator (ask my husband) and I like to be able to add pieces as I find them. So I typically keep the large investment pieces neutral so that I can incorporate colors as seasons change etc.
Don’t go basic on lighting. I don’t have an electrician on call or a husband that can be found when new lighting arrives. So I have come to love wall sconces that are plug in ready.A few screws and you are good to go. Lighting in a master bedroom creates a space that is both inviting and relaxing.
We have carpet in all of our bedrooms. And one day down the road I’d love to replace all carpet with hardwood. But until then I add area rugs to the top of carpet to add texture and warmth. Even my neutral rug on top of my carpet adds so much. Not only are the visually appealing but they also protect the carpet against stains and normal wear and tear.
Since I am keeping with a neutral palette and trying to add some warmth to my new white walls, texture in bedding and pillows is so very important. I went with a linen knowing it can take me from summer to fall and beyond.
Adding color by adding plants is the best way to brighten but keep space tranquil and calm. I of course am not the best at keeping plants alive so until I can a handle on that, a fake yet realistic fiddle leaf fig will have to do.
Now that I have warmed up my master bedroom with texture and staples, I can start adding in color and items depending on the seasons making changing things around a lot easier.
Here are some additional ideas from AllModern.
Briaroaks Hanging Chair // More Accent Chairs Natural Marble Bookends // More Home Decor Silas Upholstered Bed // More Bedroom Furniture Myers Armed Sconce // More Wall Sconces Nappula Candlestick Set // More Home Accents Stuart Modern Mirror // More Mirrors Tree in Pot // More Faux Plants Chattanooga Duvet Set // More Bedding Sets Kiel Cotton Blanket // More Throw Blankets
What are some of your favorite master bedroom remodel ideas? Let me know in a comment below!