1. Keep It Light and Bright
Colours like white, beige, and other neutral palettes are great choices to be used in the bedroom because they make the room appear more spacious and airy. This helps to prevent the room from looking boxed in. Having windows and adding in ample light fixtures also brightens up the space and accentuates the colours further, making them more visually appealing. You can also incorporate darker colours through the fixtures and accessories to create contrast and prevent monotony.
2. Keep It Simple
Maximise the useable space in your bedroom by stripping down the décor to the bare essentials. The main focus of this room is naturally the bed, so keep furniture pieces and furnishings to a minimum. Moreover, too many elements might cause you to be distracted, leading to disruption of your sleep cycle and affecting the amount of rest you will have.
3. Skip the Bulk
BTOs in Singapore are notorious for having limited space to work around with, hence your interior renovation design should focus on saving space while maintaining practicality. Apart from sticking to only the essentials, modern bedroom concepts today have also removed the need for bulky bed frames and furniture that consumes space unnecessarily, allowing for additional space to be utilised. Part ways with footboard-style bedframes to keep things sleek for a cleaner finish.