Designer Bedrooms: the Pros and the Cons
In recent years, one of the latest fashions in household design is applying the classic makeover to the bedroom. It’s a personal space that has for centuries been hidden away behind closed doors. Yet this new trend has seen the bedroom become a heavily designed friendly space, which highlights its versatile role as a room which we use for rest and relaxation, intimacy and fun.
Designer bedrooms are increasingly popular, as they allow people to experience the style and sophistication on a highly personal and everyday scale.
Here’s a look at the pros and cons of designer bedrooms – to see just how worthwhile this new home makeover craze really is.
Pro: personal flair
Everyone has their own sense of personal taste and style. Of course, some people are able to articulate this in their fashion and home design more freely than others. Nevertheless, most of us are able to recognise the style that we connect with; at least when it’s shown to us.
Designer bedrooms help you to achieve the perfect, personal design that you have always wanted but not been able to create. Whether you’re looking for dramatic feature walls and striking chrome edges or are more of a fan of soft linen furnishings and colourful throw pillows, a designer bedroom will articulate your personal style and individual flair into a visually spectacular bedroom space.
Pro: professional help
Designer bedrooms don’t need to be stressful, as you will have a one-on-one design professional on hand to help you choose from the bedroom ranges and storage options available. This means that the end result of your bedroom design will be of the highest quality with the stress of home renovation projects largely removed.
Pro: property price
The price of your property will increase substantially thanks to a designer bedroom. Not only are the aesthetics of the house vastly improved; designer bedrooms may also benefit from state of the art storage facilities making them extremely liveable and comfortable spaces.
This is a huge selling point if you’re considering putting your property on the market and will help you get a much improved return on the house when you do sell.
Pro: time efficient
Choosing to shop at the designer end of the home makeover scale means you can also expect the designer quality of service. This means that when you get a quote on a price and a completion date, you can expect to see that it’s met promptly and to the highest standard of quality.
Con: short term cost
Obviously a designer bedroom will always cost more than a budget DIY job. However, designer bedrooms can be surprisingly affordable if you shop at the right locations. With their materials all supplied directly from factories at cost price well below what we could expect to find in a shop, designer bedrooms don’t need to include the price tag we often associate with luxury living. On top of this, the long term benefits are clear and with a luxury designer bedroom design you’ll be unlikely to require any further renovations any time soon.