5 Ways to Refresh Your Bedroom This Winter

As the days get shorter and the temperature cooler, it can often bring on an itch to redecorate. Maybe your minimalist white bedroom just doesn’t feel right for the winter months, or the chilly weather has inspired you to try something a little darker. With that in mind, here are our favourite ways to refresh a bedroom for winter.


1. Paint Colour
The mood of a bedroom is so easily altered by simply changing up the wall colour. In winter there are two directions you can go down for a paint colour refresh: embrace the darkness or use a lighter and brighter colour to add light back to your space.


2. Linen and Cushions
Linen is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to change up the look and feel of a room. For winter, neutral and pastel coloured linens work well to create a bedroom that is cosy yet fresh. Dark on dark also works well to create an intimate and cocoon like bedroom that fully embraces the darkest season.


3. Plants
Plants are an easy way to breathe life and freshness into a bedroom during the darker months. They are reasonably cost-effective and depending on the plant and pots that you choose can add piles of personality to your space.


4. Wall Art
Wall art is a great way to add interest and detail to your bedroom, with many options available depending on the financial investment that you want to make. Feeling creative? Take advantage of the time indoors during the cold season and create something yourself.


5. Floor Coverings
If you’re lucky enough to have hardwood floors in your bedroom, it is more than likely that they are feeling a little chilly on your bare feet this winter. If this is the case, adding a rug to your bedroom setup is the perfect way to refresh your space, while also serving a practical purpose. The best part is that they are easily rolled up and stored away if you decide to switch things up. We are currently loving natural toned rugs featuring organic textures and raw elements.


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