Living in a bachelorette decorative room has many positives: a full wardrobe for clothes, a full bathroom for pampering time and a full living room for entertaining friends. Half the fun of being a bachelorette is not having to please anyone’s aesthetic but your own. Bring on the feminine art and pink throw pillows!
Tip number one of any kind of renovation is setting a clear direction. Browse Pinterest and collect pictures that inspire you. It may be a room design or a color scheme you love, an idea for a flower arrangement or your favorite furniture pieces. Besides giving you a clearer idea of the end result, your inspiration board will help you get back on track if you ever feel confused or demotivated along the process. Plus, it may give you some extra ideas when you’re in a hurry while setting your home ready for your next girls-only party!
Plan your space
Some people say “what doesn’t get planned, doesn’t get done”…and that’s so true! Even in your small bachelorette pad, you can have proper living and dining areas, a home office, etc. ; you just need to plan for in! Also, since you’re living alone, you won’t have to compromise on any of those girly additions like a dedicated make-up corner or a full-length mirror! So just get started by making a list of all the areas you want to have in your home.
Be Creative with the layout
In a small apartment, more areas will need to coexist in the same open space, but they’ll still require some kind of separation to prevent your bachelorette pad from feeling messy. Furniture groupings and large rugs are tested and effective ways to divide the space. Bookshelves and screens are also great options, as they create a temporary wall in no time. So for instance, adding a screen in your bedroom will create the perfect corner for trying your outfits on (while also hiding some of the mess that comes with that)! And by separating your living room area with a big rug, you may find out you have enough space left to fit a vanity!
The first Impression always lasts long!
The first impression in a home is the entryway. Despite having such a key role, it’s one of the areas that are most often forgotten. Don’t make the same mistake! Curate and decorate your entryway (no matter how small it is). Add a coat rack for jackets, some easy storage for everyday shoes and fresh flowers to welcome you home. And don’t forget a mirror for one last check before you head out of the door!
Finally, try to stay as neutral as possible on your big investment pieces (like sofa and bed). You never know if you’ll change your tastes in a few years and being stuck with a pink sofa may just be annoying! And if you’re thinking neutral pieces are boring, remember you still can have fun with accessories!
Chances are you’re starting with a standard (and quite dull) apartment and, since you’re renting, you can’t make huge changes. Still, take every occasion to make small changes! Swap the hardware on your kitchen and bathroom cabinets with some crystal handles, update your boob lights with a nice pendant and consider changing your door handles too! These are small moves, but they’ll immediately remove that cookie cutter-effect and give your space a unique girly vibe!
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