Bedroom spring refresh
Spring is just around the corner, or et least while living in cold Canada this is what I hope to belive! So to charm spring in to coming sooner, I decided my bedroom needed a little spring bedroom refresh.
Now, if you follow me for a while now, then you’ll notice that I didn’t do any drastic changes to this space but there is one major one!
The new chandelier! I was eying these beaded chandeliers for a while now, but with their price around 1000$ I couldn’t afford getting one. But I also was really tiered of our old lamp that I bought over six years ago when I was pregnant with our first daughter!
Here’s the before photo is case you haven’t seen it:
So I was really craving more texture in this room and more colour – but without losing the calm and serene feel that as a busy mom, I really need !
And so I went on my favorite type of shopping – online Wayfair shopping! I was really surprised to find a lot of affordable beaded chandeliers, including this one, in a perfectly charcoal shade, not too big and for a little over 200 $!
I was also looking for a new duvet set, as all white with blue started to feel cold. And so I found this pintuck mint one, for 150$ ! If you are a decor obsessed like I am, then you now that these type of textured duets are usually triple that price!
So with these two changes, I feel like my bedroom is ready for spring: there’s more colour, more texture and more contrast!
So here are my tips for bringing spring in to your bedroom:
- Add more colour! It can be subtle blush tones, or bright and bold, but colour will definitely make your bedroom look fresh and new again!
- Add some flowers – be it fresh flowers, faux bouquets, or a flowery pillow or quilt, you’ll feel like spring is round the corner with these blooms around!
- Change lighting – sometimes a small change of nightstand lamps or a chandelier above the bed can make a space look and feel all new and fresh.
Now, if only spring would get the memo and come sooner! I’m ready!
Disclosure; this is a post in collaboration with Wayfair, all opinions remain my own.