3 ways to decorate your traditional bedroom

Traditional furnishings can have a classic look without being too formal or precious. Embrace soft colors like sea green and ivory in a mix of inviting texture to create a welcoming atmosphere.

A dark color on the walls can bring a bold look to your master bedroom
Image featuring Progress Lighting’s Ashbury chandelier

1. Focus on comfort: Above all, the bedroom should be a serene retreat, a place where light, color and form combine to create a harmonious setting.

Progress Lighting AirPro fan
Progress Lighting AirPro fan

2. Incorporate rich textiles: Textiles that beg to be touched – velvet, satin or chenille – go a long way in creating rooms that you love to come home to.

Project completed by Gacek Design Group
Project completed by Gacek Design Group

3. It’s all in the details: Details draw the eye, give room character and create visual interest. A beautifully carved bed has grace and elegance – the perfect complement to a rich palette and sumptuous textures.

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Kolter Homes bedroom featuring Ashbury chandelier