Simple Ideas to Level Up Your Bedroom Decor

Your bedroom is one of the most important rooms in your home, and it should be a relaxing haven where you can unwind. If you pay close attention to your design decisions, it can become a fashionable area for rest and relaxation. It doesn’t matter whether it’s luxurious bedding, soothing colour palettes, or interesting accent pieces, your bedroom decor should make you happy.
But at one point, you may get bored of looking at the same items and want to change things up. So why not start with the bed itself? Of course, you don’t have to buy a new one – a few simple upgrades and replacements can do the trick.

Buy a New Bedhead

Even if they seem irrelevant and we don’t notice them as much, bedheads can significantly impact how the bed looks. They are fixed at the top of the bed and can be a central piece to ornate the whole room. When choosing a new designer double bed head, make sure to get the right size for your room. It can be up to 10cm wider than the bed frame and the mattress. The height can vary from 35cm to as much as 150cm. There are no rules when it comes to the height, just be careful not to overcrowd a small room or make it invisible in a big one.

The colour of the double bedhead you choose should always compliment the interior. Wooded bedheads have natural, darker colours, but you can paint them if you want to spice things up. They’re traditional and look very luxurious in any setting. Some of them have extra built-in shelving for practicality. Bedheads made from abaca, wicker, and seagrass give the room a cozy, warm feeling. And upholstered ones bring elegance with their linen, velvet and leather coverings. There are so many designs to choose from. A single or a double bedhead can look elegant if incorporated the right way. You can combine materials and textures and make it oversized to fit side tables beside the bed. 

It might be hard to find the appropriate bedhead for any bedroom. If you already like the way your room looks, think about how you want your headboard to blend in with the rest of your décor. If you want to revamp your entire bedroom, picking a headboard that you like can help provide direction and serve as a beautiful jumping point for every following modification you make.

Spread New Linens


Many homeowners put so much thought into choosing a comfortable mattress for their bed that they overlook the importance of good bed linen. A high-quality sheet not only brightens your home but will also add comfort and help you sleep better. That’s why investing in a high-quality bed sheet is wise. Always think about size, material, weave and thread count. These are the key factors to take into consideration.

When it comes to size, always go for linen that’s 20-30cm longer and wider than the mattress itself. This way, you can have extra linen to fold under the mattress and avoid slipping. The number of horizontal and vertical threads in one 2cm square of cloth is known as thread count. The finer and softer the cloth is, the higher the thread count. That is why always check the thread count before buying. The thickness and fineness of the yarn impact the linen’s quality as well. Generally, look for bed linens with a thread count of at least 200 and high-quality yarn that will withstand washing and feel softer after it’s washed.

The fabric is the most crucial aspect. It has to be soft and comfortable. Some of the most frequently used natural materials are:

  • Cotton – widely used, breathable and easy to clean;
  • Egyptian Cotton – soft, strong, and smooth;
  • Flannel – soft, warm and affordable;
  • Silk – breathable, hypoallergenic and luxurious;
  • Linen – moisture absorbent, breathable and durable;
  • Polycotton – strong, comfortable and low-maintenance.

Get a Comfortable Mattress

Choosing the best mattress might be a tedious and confusing task, but it’s well worth the time and effort. You have hundreds of options to pick from, including various materials, sizes, and firmness levels, while considering your budget. Many people replace their mattresses every year or two, which is fine if you have the money. However, purchasing a mattress is regarded as a long-term investment that will last at least 7-8 years.

Everyone sleeps in a different position: on their side, back, stomach, curled up, flat as iron, etc. Knowing what’s yours will help you choose the right firmness for your mattress. If you sleep on your back, you should get a memory foam mattress to fit your body shape; for side sleepers, a medium soft one will create an even distribution of pressure; for people sleeping on the stomach, medium and medium-firm mattresses keep the spine in the proper position.

A cooling mattress will be beneficial if you get hot while you sleep. Built-in cooling technology, cool-to-the-touch material, breathable structure, and electric cooling are some of the cooling elements to consider. Consult your doctor about the type of mattress you require if you suffer from back pain. There are several types of mattresses that can fit anyone’s needs.


This mattress is very affordable and available worldwide. The coils inside are made of steel, and they compress when weight is applied to them. Because it’s of lower quality, this mattress may wear fast and start squeaking when moved. There are five possible coils:

  • Continuous coils;
  • Bonnell;
  • Offset;
  • Marshal;
  • Pocketed.

Memory Foam

Memory foam is used in various products, including cushions, mattresses, blankets, pillows, and furniture. It’s widely available because production is cheap. It’s so popular because it offers the body a warm, hugging feeling. When you lie down on it, it moulds to your body and provides complete support for your arms, legs, and back. When you get up, it returns to its original flat shape. It’s dust mite resistant and allergen-free, features motion isolation, and provides optimal spine alignment.


Latex provides comfort and pressure relief in the same way that memory foam does, although not to the same extent. You’ll get more bounce and less heat with latex. Dunlop latex is made by pouring a single latex layer into the mould, whereas Talalay latex is put into the mould and then vacuumed out. The final step is to freeze the material to keep its structure stable.


Over the years, these beds have evolved and modernised significantly. They are also known as recliner beds. They have a variety of characteristics that will fit your body and make you feel at ease. They can recline, adjust, and massage your back, legs, or arms to relieve pain. Many people who suffer from bone and muscular disorders purchase these beds and refuse to use anything else.