How To Decorate Master Bedroom Walls
Someone's bedroom says a lot about their tastes, personality and style, so when decorating your master bedroom it's a good idea to try and make sure every detail conveys something about you as a person. This will also make your room more comfortable to live in. If you're decorating your bedroom or you're thinking about giving it a bit of makeover, this OneHowTo article will show you how to decorate master bedroom walls.
The most traditional way to decorate the walls of a room is by painting it. Traditional might sound a bit ordinary, but painting offers lots of different options. The simplest way would be to choose a colour of your choice and use it to bring your room to life, but you could also buy lots of different colours and paint some sort of picture on the wall, or choose two colours and paint in vertical stripes, to make the room look larger.
However, you may choose to decorate your master bedroom walls without paint.
In this case, Covings or skirting are very fashionable at the moment for room decoration. They come in a range of different models and can be fitted to smooth out corners in a room. They can be adapted to any type of décor - even though they're often used for an elegant style of decoration, if you combine them with a bohemian touch this will work really well.
You don't need to completely alter the walls of your bedroom to decorate them. Nowadays it's very common to see walls decorated with photographs that form a mosaic. You can choose photos from your travels abroad and hang them up in the same style, to add a fun, slightly rigid touch. You could use black and white photos on a red wall - a really original combination.
Wallpaper has always been a great choice when it comes to decorating the walls of a room, and it has numerous benefits. You can get some really modern wallpaper designs, and it has many other advantages: it can be cleaned easily with a damp cloth to keep it stain-free, it's easy to put up and take down, it completely changes the appearance of a room, it won't need retouching and it's really resistant.
If you need some ideas you can check out our article on how to decorate a wall with wallpaper.
If you like simple or minimalist décor, one way to decorate the walls of your room and keep them visibly clean is to choose a different skirting board. You can keep your walls smooth and white, and install a 25 cm high skirting board made of stainless steel or light wood, for a modern, versatile touch.
Other options to decorate your wall include wood and stone. Generally these elements are used on the wall behind your bed's headrest, and they'll bring you something modern and different. Both give a certain rustic flavor to your room, and can be combined with different types of décor.
A classic accessory for decorating bedroom walls is vinyl. It gives you an endless range of designs, textures, models, objects and colours to bring some life to a dull looking wall and make it the centre of attention. Vinyl is very commonly used in children's rooms, but also offers lots of possibilities for adults. This option is easier than putting up wallpaper and the material is just as resistant, but it's usually recommended to only use it on one wall.
Letters can also be an excellent choice. They can be large pieces of cardboard, wood or any other type of material, with the initials of the person or couple who own the room. But you can also have little sentences or phrases painted on the walls if you prefer. It's an economical, original and attractive option.
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