Let’s assume you get the national average of eight to nine hours of sleep per night.
Not only is that one-third of the day itself, but that also equates to one-third of our entire lives!
Knowing this, settling for a subpar bedroom just doesn’t cut it anymore. It’s time for a bedroom remodel.
You deserve a space that makes you happy and comfortable — one that’s clean, clutter-free, and speaks to your unique personality. So quit the delaying and consider one of the following six ideas (or all of them!).
You’ll be glad you did.
1. First, Clear Out the Clutter
One-quarter of Americans have a “clutter problem” — and that’s only counting those that admit it.
84% believe their homes aren’t clean and clear enough. This contributes to 55% of Americans admitting that clutter is a huge source of stress.
So, before you begin remodeling, clean out your bedroom. Put things into three piles: donate, trash, and keep.
2. Consider Installing New Windows
Inefficient or outdated windows don’t only look shabby — they could be costing you in energy bills.
New windows not only look great, but they’re more eco-friendly, too. They do their job as they should: keeping the a/c or heat inside and the elements out.
Consider an upgrade — which improves your home value, too.
3. Update Your Paint Job
Has it been years (or decades) since you chose a new color scheme?
A new paint job is one of the most refreshing things you can do in your bedroom. Not only that, but it’s an affordable improvement, too.
Bonus: certain colors can even make your room appear larger than it is.
4. You May Need New Flooring
Long gone are the days of carpet.
If your bedroom still uses carpet, consider something new, like hardwood floors or intricate tile work.
With the average standard bedroom being 132 square feet and master bedroom being 224 square feet, you won’t have to break the bank to get new floors.
And, if you plan to sell your home down the line, new floors are a great selling point for future buyers.
5. Upgrade Your Lighting
It may be time to brighten up your light fixtures by installing some new ones.
For the bedroom, consider something like wall-mounted lights.
This leaves floors and bedside tables clear, allowing your room to feel even more spacious and clutter-free. Additionally, you can choose smaller tables, which opens up the bedroom even more — perfect for that minimalist feel.
6. Hang Some Art, Plants, Floating Shelves — Whatever Suits Your Vision
Now that you’ve done some more “major” upgrades, you can add in small details and finishing touches that go a long way.
Floating shelves have the same purpose as wall-mounted lighting: they offer your room more space in general.
To spruce up your freshly-painted walls, hang a piece of art right in the center above your bed frame.
And since your bedside table is now clear from electrical wires, put a small indoor plant there, giving your room a fresh look (and fresh air)!
Sleep Great Tonight After Trying These Bedroom Remodel Ideas
Envision yourself rising with the sun that’s pouring through new-age, trendy-looking windows. Feel your toes touching your freshly-done floors. Imagine cuddling into fresh, crisp sheets after a long day.
Sounds great, right?
Let us help make this bedroom remodel dream a reality.
Get in touch with us today. We improve your homelife (and property value) one project at a time.