There are so many choices when it comes to decorating a themed room in your home. Whether it is a bedroom, a bathroom or a main living space, themes can be a challenging yet rewarding way to decorate. Decorating in a theme involves furniture, paint colors and accessories such as photo frames, mirrors, rugs and art. To see a great assortment of furniture for decorating visit HomeQ.
When choosing a theme for your space, consider who the room is mainly about. If it is your child’s room, what are his or her favorite things? Or it could be a theme surrounding a precious memory such as a trip to Disneyland or the beach. You wouldn’t decorate your living room in a Disney theme, but a beach cottage look would be darling and fairly easy to do. White-washed wood, light greys and blues for a color palette and seashells or sand in hurricane vases placed with candles for accessories. Black and white photos of you and your family on the beach adds a nice touch to a beach-themed room and brings back memories of a fun-filled and relaxing time for all of you. The same would hold true for a beach-themed bathroom, just on a smaller scale. Add a few dried starfish or sand dollars or even shell shaped soaps to add an extra beach-y touch.
No matter what theme you choose, it is important to remain consistent within the room as you decorate. Have an idea board done before you start, with paint chips for your colors and fabric swatches for pillows and window treatments. Have magazine clippings of rooms you’ve found inspiring, with furniture, flooring and special layouts so that when the time comes to make over your room, you will be ready. Whether you are doing the work yourself or hiring it out to a contractor, planning your themed room in advance will ensure a smooth, successful job well done.