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4 decor ideas for designing a restful master bedroom

Restful master bedroom inspiration decorated in teals and yellows

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We’re all looking for a sanctuary within our own homes at the moment. A calm, private safe haven away from the stresses of a busy family home.

So having shared their top tips for designing a home office, we asked designers from the UK’s number 1 rated interior design firm My Bespoke Room, to share their design secrets for creating a tranquil bedroom.

For even more suggestions on how to design a hotel worthy bedroom retreat, head over to their blog where we delve into the most soothing bedroom colour schemes.

1.Clear away the clutter

Clutter isn’t a good look for any room but bedrooms in particular need to be calming and stress free for a peaceful night sleep. 

“Clutter tends to creep in when there isn’t a clearly defined place for all of your things”, says Claire. Take a good, honest look at your bedroom now...what items tend to float about the room making it look untidy? For your new bedroom design make sure these items have a clearly defined ‘home’.

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“Clutter tends to creep in when there isn’t a clearly defined place for all of your things.”

CLAIRE, MBR

Ottomans placed at the end of your bed are a saviour for those in need of more storage. There are so many affordable options in a variety of styles that can work wonderfully for tidying away things like spare linen or towels. “Even some dressing table stools come with secret storage nowadays - ideal for hiding away your hair dryer!” Claire adds.

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“Don’t forget to think vertically when thinking about storage”, suggests Lucy. “Your walls can be made into fantastic storage solutions keeping as much floor space clear as possible.”

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