We all love music, although our preferences may drastically differ from one person to another. But not everyone would consider having a music-themed room. That kind of commitment means you’re really passionate and when we say ”music-themed” we don’t meant hang a few posters on the wall and voila. It has to be more than that.
Decorating the walls.
Music is usually dynamic so, for the walls, you can choose a lively and vibrant color like yellow, green or ocean blue. You can decorate the walls with themed stencils like musical notes or wallpaper. If the wall is simple and light-colored, pick a contrasting shade like black.
Themed bed designs.
A bed or a sofa can be music-themed if they have, for example, the headrest painted in black and white stripes, reminiscent of a piano or if you combine a black comforter with pristine white throw pillows. Then there’s also the possibility of getting a bed with a unique shape.
Use your imagination when decorating the windows. You can use some old vinyl records or CDs and attach them with string or rope. You can hang them from your curtain rods. Or, if you prefer something simpler, you can get black and white striped curtains or ones with music note embroidery or other themed design.
An interesting idea can be to frame sheet music or records and display them on your walls. You can also be creative and find other music-themed accessories like a drum clock or music note hooks.
A shag rug would look nice in a music-themed room but you can also think out of the box. You can find themed rugs and carpets or make your own using stencils and spray paint.