26 Easy Styling Tricks to Get the Bedroom You’ve Always Wanted

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26 Easy Styling Tricks to Get the Bedroom You’ve Always Wanted
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Sometimes the key to giving your home a luxe-looking update isn’t a giant overhaul or a costly renovation but small yet effective additions to improve upon what you already have. And no room is easier to spruce up than the bedroom, since it’s the only space in the house that’s yours and yours alone.

From adding thoughtful, calming details like a cactus in a Southwestern planter to swapping out nightstand lamps for mid-century sconces, these 26 master bedroom decorating ideas will help you get the space you’ve always wanted.

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Swap lamps for modern sconces on each side of the bed.

Photo: Jenny J. Norris Interiors

Photo: Jenny Norris

Try a wooden bed frame for a rustic touch.

Photo: The Beetle Shack/Emily Beetleshack

Place a cactus in a Southwestern basket.

Photo: Jenny J. Norris Interiors

Photo: Jenny Norris

Toss an oversize fur throw across the bed for a seasonal touch.

Photo: Aubrie Pick Interiors

Skip the mirror and frame; add a glossy photo above a dresser.

Photo: The Design Daredevil

Instead of flowers on the nightstand, opt for leafy branches in a milk bottle vase or glass bottle.

Photo: Tessa Neustadt

Need more closet space? Try using two side-by-side garment racks. So chic!

Photo: Avenue Lifestyle

A brass bed frame and modern pendant can make any room look luxe.

Photo: The Design Daredevil

Don't discount dark paint in a bedroom. We're partial to navy.

Photo: Nicole Franzen for Remodelista

Create a mini gallery wall next to your bed.

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Place a Lucite tray on a bench at the foot of your bed.

Photo: Kate Marker Interiors

We're loving the framed vintage map and the simple light with its cord wrapped around a nail.

Photo: Apartment Therapy

Instead of hanging a mirror above the dresser, try leaning it.

Photo: Style by Emily Henderson

To boost the femininity of any bedroom, try a tufted headboard, glass dressers, and fresh flowers.

Photo: Song of Style

Try a vertical leather headboard to add a masculine touch to a unisex bedroom.

Photo: Ryan White Designs

Select Southwestern touches can be quite minimalist.

Photo: Jenny J. Norris Interiors

Photo: Jenny Norris

Instead of a bench at the foot of the bed, line up stools or side tables.

Photo: Ryan White Designs

Frame a vintage flag for a cool piece of art.

Photo: Apartment Therapy

Even if your room is too small for a nightstand, make use of what space you have next to the bed.

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Add a giant rug to warm up a room.

Photo: Style at Home

Photo: Michael Graydon

Built-in bookshelves cozy up any bedroom.

Photo: Nicole Franzen for Remodelista

Try a canopy bed frame in wood to make a room less feminine.

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Don't discount classic touches like curtains and white wooden night tables.

Photo: Kate Marker Interiors

Try adding a modern chandelier to a classic room.

Photo: Kate Marker Interiors

Hang a series of photos in a row behind the bed.

Photo: Pretty Dubs

Pops of color can be relegated to the bed.

Photo: Style at Home

Photo: Sue Stubbs

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