Bedroom styles to avoid

by Shameelah Khan April 28, 2022 2 min read

We've all been there: having to remodel our bedroom or the guest room/s that we have. It’s nothing new. But something else that’s also as old as time itself is people making mistakes when it comes to remodeling. Now, this can range from accidentally choosing a desk chair that doesn't fit the rest of the decor to something as major as painting your whole room the wrong shade of red (believe me, stuff like this can make or break a room). Therefore, we've decided here at Furnitureful that there is an urgent need to highlight and help people rectify their decorating mistakes so that you can end up with a bedroom that truly is a haven of your personality and style. So, today we will show you all how you should go about designing your room so that you can walk away with a room that looks like it was created by an interior designer themselves. So, without further ado let’s dive into the mistakes you need to avoid from now on in order to have a room that suits your wildest dreams.


Top common mistake number 1: Not having the right rug


Some put in a ting scrap. Some have rugs that just seem like they’re the carpet themselves. It’s never good to under do it or over do it when it comes to a rug because although you’ll want such a piece to stand it, you’ll also want it to be low key and add sophistication.


Top common mistake number 2: Keeping your room looking like a tip


We’ve all got some clutter, let’s face it. But keeping your room as a tip will not only decrease your restfulness when you try to sleep but also increase your stress levels. Best to put stuff back into its place when you’ve finished with it.

Shameelah Khan
Shameelah Khan


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