Traditional Bedroom Design Ideas

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Traditional decorating is defined as a style that is deeply rooted in the past. However, it doesn’t have to be boring, dated, fussy or filled with antiques. Traditional style is a combination of classic design, symmetrical placement of furniture, rich colors, and a relaxed, but formal, atmosphere. This Kelly Nutt Design primary bedroom is a beautiful example.

About This Term: Primary Bedroom

The term “Master Bedroom” has been deemed potentially discriminatory by many real estate associations and the Real Estate Standards Organization. The term “Primary Bedroom”, which is more accurately reflects the room’s purpose, is now popular among real estate professionals.

Add Pizzazz to a Traditional Bedroom

Tradition does not have to be boring. You can spice up your bedroom with original artwork, colorful wallpaper, funky wallpaper (as seen in this adorable bedroom by Beth Haley Design), a unique ceiling fixture or artwork that you love. You can also add little touches like the nailhead trim at the headboard or the vase of fresh blooms by the bed. You don’t have to limit your decorating options.

Do not be afraid to use color

The common misconception is that the traditional color palette must be dark and heavy or completely neutral. A traditional space can be given a new lease of life by adding color to it. Window treatments, bedding, artwork and small furniture are the best places to add color. You are free to color the world as you wish.

Display your personality

No matter what decorating style you choose, the best rooms reflect your personality. The colors, patterns and textures you love will make you feel happier, better at living, and better sleep. Rob Stuart, designer, was delighted to accommodate the owner’s request for a touch of retro style and bright color. It will work if you love it.

Elegance and the Traditional bedroom

The classic look of the traditional look is elegant and sophisticated thanks to its symmetry. S.B Long Interiors opted to drape the headboard of the canopy bed instead of using curtains. This added a luxurious touch of style.

Add a dash of contemporary style to your look

Traditional design doesn’t have to be tied to fashion trends. Hooper Patterson Interior Design has shown that you can always add modern touches to your traditional bedroom. This is evident in the beautiful blue-and-white bedroom. Although the furniture layout and design are classic, the Moroccan-trellis carpet, floral-printed bed drapes and the “ghost” chair at a vanity are modern.

Keep it simple in traditional style

Traditional bedrooms should be simple and not overly cluttered or stimulated. You don’t have to have a lot of furniture or accessories in order to create beautiful style. All you need is a feeling for good design and a plan to tie it all together. A palette of blue, lime, and white is just right, with a floral wallpaper adding just enough pattern. Alisha Gwen Interior Design created this beautiful room.

Serene Traditional Bedroom Style

Combining classic style and soft colors, you can create a traditional bedroom that welcomes you to the Land of Nod every night. J&J Design Group added a sunburst mirror and herringbone-patterned bench for a contemporary update to traditional style.

Traditional style in a child’s bedroom

Traditional style is not only appropriate for the bedroom. It’s great for any room, including a nursery, teen bedroom or child’s bedroom. The classic design can be updated as your child grows, so it’s easy to change the look. The beautiful pink, green and white bedroom for a girl is designed by Jill Litner Kaplan Interiors.

Traditional and romantic bedroom styles

Who said that traditional style could’t be romantic or glamorous? Elizabeth Kimberly Design is the designer of this dreamy, romantic bedroom in soft blush coral pink with creamy off-white. The sheepskin rug is thick and soft for the feet. The luxuriously piled-high bedding allows you to slide between the sheets. Perfection.

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