Master Bedroom Decor Ideas for a Relaxing Space
Bedroom decor can be a challenge. Master bedrooms, or single bedrooms, are not often visited by guests. Because of this, they are often neglected. We can think that no one will see them, so we throw in our bedroom furniture upon moving in and never look back. Since we spend much of our time in our bedrooms, it can provide relaxation benefits, good for our overall mental well-being. Coming home after a long day to a beautiful space is quite relaxing.
1. Mountain Escape
This gorgeous mountain escape is extremely eye-catching. If you're a mountain lover or dream of going out west, this is the perfect wallpaper for you. The reflection on the water is serene and will remind you of your dream vacation! Like in this photo, neutral decor elements will go great with a scenic wallpaper. A landscape wallpaper is excellent for a vacation home or home that is on the water.
2. Elegant Neutrals
A nice, subtle design is ideal for a romantic and airy room. Light neutrals and blues make this room an escape. The wallpaper is a statement, but graceful and elegant. To make a space feel upscale and chic, go with a small print, Victorian-style wallpaper.
3. Faux Shiplap
A textured print is always a good option. This faux shiplap wall is the latest trend and being a wallpaper, requires almost no work compared to an actual shiplap wall with the same result! The faux wood wall is exactly what you need if you're looking for added texture. A natural element combined with the jute baskets and open windows is utterly relaxing.
This abstract art wallpaper is just right for the apartment artist or someone looking for some creativity in their home. Rather than spending thousands on art, make it your entire wall for much less. Bright colors and heavy brushstrokes make a statement accent wall. This art-inspired room feels like a vintage Greenwich Village artists' apartment in New York City with all of its eclectic touches.
5. Airy Forest Scene
Are you a forest-dweller, feeling at home amongst the tall redwoods? Maybe just a John Muir devotee? A forest wallpaper makes this room feel like an escape from the world. Cover up with a good book among the trees here. The delicate furniture and colors are a perfect complement. This room has both feminine and masculine touches that come together just so. With a rose-colored duvet, metallic accents, floral decor, and lanky, tall redwoods, they marry well and bring the room together.
6. Luxurious Deco
For the mid-century modernist, geometric shapes are a must. This Gatsby-inspired wallpaper is sleek, and with the metallic shapes, it adds sophistication. Don't be intimidated - with the rug and pillows; you can still add the pattern up against patterned wallpaper. Inspired by the Golden Era, this is a room that Don Draper himself would love.
7. Folksy Floral
A bird and floral wallpaper gives off a 70's, folk art vibe. Incorporate other fun textures against this wallpaper like metallics and natural objects. This is perfect for the creative in your life who is always looking for a little fun and inspiration. Like on this bedside table, ceramics are amazing for an artists' room. They give a homey touch and will go with any wallpaper!
8. Romantic Florals
Romantic florals make this room feel so cozy, while also giving height and space to the walls. Large printed flowers allow for an airy feel, and all other decor elements can be minimalistic because of the vast print. This room needs little else to be beautiful and feminine. It would seem that a large print could easily be obnoxious, but this proves it wrong!
9. Rustic Faux Brick
Another natural texture, this faux brick wall, looks just like the real thing. If you wish your home had exposed brick, this is perfect. Get the rustic French feel of a vintage exposed brick without the cost and hassle. Rather than paying a hefty price for your brick wall, wallpaper is the perfect way to go.
10. World Map
A world map is ideal for the nomadic traveler. Mark your future destinations or places you've been to add even more personalization. A travel themed room can be fun to play with, including decor elements from your travels. Think of vintage suitcases, pennant flags, and souvenirs from your travels as easy decor go-to's.
11. Winter Wonderland
This is a winter wonderland getaway in the middle of your home. A snowy landscape is so bright, yet inviting and comforting. The great thing about removable wallpaper is that you can change it throughout the seasons, or make it winter in your room all year long. Maybe you use this wallpaper in a cold Colorado room or sunny California. Either way, your room will be a taste of Narnia!
12. Jungle Escape
A fun children's' jungle escape is adorable in this space! Large palm prints can be an African safari room, a vintage Palm Springs suite, or a beach-inspired area. Neutral, natural accents like the natural wooden bed-frame and side table are adorable. The lion head on the wall blends in perfectly here as well.