How to Decorate a Balinese Bedroom

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Decorating a Balinese bedroom requires the use colors found in Chinese décor. Balinese bedrooms do not have a lot of furniture or decorative items. The decorative items commonly found in a Balinese-themed bedroom are selective, and play an important role in the décor of the room. Balinese-themed bedrooms often have ample floor space, which does not inhibit walking around the room. You do not need any special skills to decorate a Balinese bedroom.

Things You'll Need

  • Interior paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Paint roller
  • Furniture
  • Black spray paint
  • Bedding
  • Toss pillows
  • Water fountain
  • Vases
  • Bamboo
  • Candles
  • Less is more when decorating a bedroom in Balinese style. Remove all the items in the room, which allows you to incorporate only Balinese-themed decorative items, and creates a clean, clutter-free room to decorate. Paint the walls in the bedroom white.

  • Incorporate dark wood or black furniture in the bedroom. If you do not have dark wood or black furniture, you may wish to paint your existing furniture black so that you do not have to purchase new pieces. Use black spray paint for the furniture, and apply it following the manufacturer's directions.

  • Dress the bed in white or gold bedding. You may wish to try white sheets with a gold comforter and pillow shams, or vice versa.

  • Decorate the bed with red or gold toss pillows. Red or gold toss pillows complement the colors of the bedding.

  • Incorporate a decorative water fountain. Water plays an important role in any room decorated in Balinese style.

  • Arrange a variety of Chinese red and jade-green vases on shelving in the bedroom. Insert dried bamboo in the vases.

  • Place candles around the bedroom -- for example, on the dresser and on the bedside tables. Select candles with Balinese colors -- Chinese red, Chinese blue, rich gold, jade green, white or black.

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