In the world of home interior decorating, bedroom interior design is the single most commonly attempted project. As the room that you'll spend a great amount of your time at home in, it makes sense - even if most of the time you are there, you will be sleeping!
You may wake up and decide you don't like the color, or you don't like the furnishings, or that you want things oriented in a different way. Either way, you want to recognize which elements of your current bedroom layout you want to change, and use that for your baseline.
Now you might want to come up with a budget. It doesn't have to be excessive, you can simply paint and rearrange furniture for a new look. Storage space is one thing to consider when redoing yoru bedroom. Several innovative solutions - such as cabinets that can hang in a closet, stackable wooden storage crates with doors that face out, and shelving units can help with that, as can simply arranging the furniture to clear more floor space in the walk way areas - it doesn't matter how much space is in your closet if it's inconvenient to get to.
In order for your bedroom design plant to flow smoothly, it's important to take the time to plan the room out. You might try getting some design software to help you figure out just where to place everything. Decide if you want your bedroom to match the overall décor of the house, or if, being a private sanctum, it's allowed to develop its own ambiance and style.
Next, pick out color schemes and patterns. As always, darker colors make a room seem larger, as they recede from vision, while brighter colors make the room seem more stimulating and friendly - a handy set of adjectives when one has to get up in the morning! Consider the lighting carefully - you want a bright overhead or recessed lighting but also accent lamps for a more romantic glow. When shopping for bedding, window treatments and carpeting make sure you choose items that have at least 1 matching color - this will help pull the room together and give it a professional look.
Think about replacing accessories and furniture to get the interior design you want - in particular, wall art, knick knacks, lamps and chairs. Consider colors and themes that go with the rooms overall design, and look for utilitarian advantages, such as a cedar chest for the foot of the bed, or headboards with shelves on them for reading lights, alarm clocks and books. If you want a TV in the room, you will have to plan it so that it is situated in an area that is comfortable for viewing from the bed - putting the TV remote on a tether tied to the head board can also be useful.