INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. and#8212; If your bedroom doesnand#8217;t offer you a respite from the hustle and bustle of the day, then nowand#8217;s the time to transform it. Itand#8217;s a new year, filled with wonderfully exciting and new possibilities.
The time and money you consider investing now will definitely pay off in big dividends in your future. Especially, because your bedroom redecorating project might just mean that youand#8217;ll find yourself being just a little happier, a bit more joyful and most importantly at peace with yourself and your surroundings.
And, as with every decorating project, itand#8217;s important to develop a decorating plan that fits your needs, your lifestyle and most importantly your pocketbook. Consider these three simple steps:
VISUALIZE YOUR PROJECT
Begin by visualizing your entire project, and then list all the types of activities youand#8217;ll want to conduct in your get away haven. Perhaps itand#8217;s writing thought-provoking entries in you daily journal; reading your favorite books; knitting, needlework; watching old romantic movies; meditating; contemplating your plans for the next day and#8212; whatever your activity think through what types of things will make you the happiest.
ASSESS YOUR SPACE
Look at your bedroom with a critical eye. Given the amount of space available and your list of activities, will the space available be adequate? If not, you may need to reassess your activity list.
COLOR YOUR WORLD
Next, lock in a color scheme. Color sets the stage and provides harmony to everything else that will eventually find its way into your new bedroom. Itand#8217;s the backdrop that surrounds all of your furnishings, fabrics, accessories and lighting.
Remember any decorating project that involves the world of color, the fabulous furnishings and accessories that are now available and the marvelous material for floors, walls windows and beds are an exciting undertaking.
and#8212; Kristen Fencl, CID, is an interior decorator and owner of Decorating Dens. Learn more at www.decdens.com/kristenf, or call 775-832-8012.