Even though the bedroom is a private space, it must be like a stylish sanctuary. Whether you want a traditional design or an exotic retreat, you will find bedroom decorating ideas to create the room of your dreams in the archive room. Best of all, you don’t need a complete model to bring new life into your bedroom.
Because these rooms prove, some well-placed art, thick wallpaper, or even a new coat of paint can make space stand out.
1 . Skinny Bed Frame
If you have your heart set on a four-poster bed but don’t want to overwhelm a small master bedroom: Dark, skinny wood offers a nice contrast against bright-white walls without consuming the space.
Swap in new throws and pillows for a seasonal change. Or switch up the bedside table by adding a new piece of art, no hammering required.
Here’s the secret to nautical decor that’s not over the top. Use stripes in varying widths and shades to keep the traditional red, white and blue palette feeling modern.
4.Prints on Prints
In a pared-down palette, mixed prints look chic, not chaotic. The key: Stick to a few calm colors (here, beige and cream), and vary the design’s scale.
Poppy and aqua bedding punch up a crisp navy-and-white palette. Whimsical extras, like a sculptural rope lamp, can work in any room when it comes time for a change.
More really is better when it comes to filling up a boring, blank wall. Upholstered with crisp white linen, a traditional bed frame feels fresh paired with a series of canvases.
A tiny swatch won’t do white paint justice. Nail your pick by coating a poster board with the potential hue, and see how it looks during the day and at night. Here, a warmer tone keeps the bedroom glam yet cozy.
Dove-gray paint and glam knobs take this master bedroom’s IKEA nightstand to the next level. Polish up your own bargain dresser with 10 more genius ideas.
9.Cool and Crisp
Update the classic blue-and-white combo with a tangy orange. Dramatic pendant lights also free up storage space on the bedside tables.
A grid of framed prints and a graphic basket showcase this room’s leading print. The faux leather headboard adds a surprise element to an otherwise classical room.
Conjure your personal oasis with cool hues and subtle details. Ocean colors, like blue sea grass wallpaper, create a calming space.
Change up the finish on an existing piece for maximum impact with minimal investment. The homeowner stripped this chest of its black paint to get the softer look of distressed raw wood.
Take a page from this 362-square-foot bungalow and invest in efficient storage that uses every last inch of space. Built-in shelves house books and and underbed drawers store suitcases for clutter-free living.
Skip the pros and DIY your own plank wall like in this bedroom. Paired with bold linens, the rustic wood feels fresh, not quaint.
15.Bright and Airy
Here’s proof that rustic and traditional details can yield a light, relaxing space. A vintage carpet and a sleek metal base give new life to a thrift-store ottoman, which doubles as an eye-catching coffee table.
16.Blue and Grey
The secret to luxurious bedding is surprisingly simple: Just add lots and lots of layers. Here, muted tones bring a sense of calm to a cozy room under the eaves.
17.Burst of Red
To keep the pale tones from fading away, add a singular hit of bold color: a tomato-red ikat pillow that brings the lighter blues into sharp focus.
Bedding does double-duty as art in a bedroom designed by Sarah Richardson. On warmer nights, an old brass door pull showcases an antique quilt.
19.Rose and Wicker
Swap out the bedside table for a fresh find, like a trunk or wooden crate. This vintage wicker bar cart boasts two shelves for books, jewelry and trinkets.
Try some bold color on for size. An eclectic rug draped over a rod adds pattern minus the commitment. Ground an exotic pick with plenty of wooden accents and a modern touch, like these metallic lamps.
21 .Seaside Blues
Create a spot to sit with two comfy chairs at the foot of the bed. Short on space? Slip in an upholstered bench or pouf.
Accent the neutral palette of this statement piece with gold touches and slim lamps for instant polish.
23.Red, White and Blue
A geometric patchwork quilt takes center stage near a ticking-backed desk chair and pillows in various stripes. Blue stripes on the floor temper the red accents as well.
24.Navy and Gold
Steal lifestyle guru Emily Henderson’s tips for a perfectly-balanced zone. Combine hard and soft shapes (think square versus circular) in equal doses.
Punchy colors and geometric touches create a playful and lively effect courtesy of this three-step DIY project.
Why commit to one piece of art? For a one-of-a-kind look, group several paintings, photographs and prints of various sizes together. Span your collection floor-to-ceiling to give the space a lofty, art gallery feel.
27.All About Storage
One oversized shelving unit is functional (think your TV, stereo system and family board games), but it’s also the perfect place to display objects you love.
28.Feminine Meets Masculine
If you and your husband have opposites tastes, this bedroom may be a good compromise. The walls are light blue, the headboard is textured and the bedding is a simple white. Plus, the floral throw pillows aren’t over the top.
29.Light and Dark
Blue and white is a no-fail color combination. Note the different shades of blue incorporated into the throw pillows, bedding, accents and walls. A splash of sage green in the art above the bed breaks it up and adds another layer of color.
For a person who loves rosey textures, this bedroom featuring metallic floral wallpaper and muted rose linens has your name written all over it.
Not only does this bedroom boast dramatic mountain views, but there’s a natural stone fireplace at the foot of the bed. The lesson? Always position your bed to maximize the view outside.
A classic, wrought-iron bed frame is the perfect piece around which to build a country-themed bedroom. Consider traditional pieces like farmhouse-style dressers, ladderback chairs and soft paint colors, like the vine green seen here.
Exposed ceiling beams have a rough and rustic look. Showcase them by keeping walls and furnishings neutral. And just as rustic furnishings go well with exposed beams, so does French-country style, which can make your bedroom feel like it’s in Provence.
Every bedroom should have fresh flowers. Treat yourself to a fresh bouquet every week. You’ll wake up happier.
When choosing bedding, go overboard on the matchy-matchy stuff. If your blanket is floral, pair it with stripes. As long as your colors coordinate, you can let loose with styles and patterns
If you adore your new hardwoods, let them shine. Crisp white walls and simple lanterns give these gorgeous dark wood floors the lead role in this bedroom.
When decorating, it’s always a good idea to think outside the box, and avoid matching too much. Here, rustic architecture is paired with mod orange bedding, making the room feel anything but ordinary.
Bright, colorful stripes and aqua accents combined with sharp whites make for a resort-ready master bedroom. Even the chairs look like they’re ready for double duty pool-side.
Make your master shabby chic with beadboard walls, a soft quilted comforter and pretty patterned throw pillows. For added charm, place a glass lamp with textured shade on the nightstand.
40.Splash of Orange
Love orange? Go for it! Red and gold accents in modern prints can make the room feel boho-chic.
Sunny and cheery, adding bright yellow to the bedroom is sure to make you smile. Go with a warm, buttery yellow for the paint job and keep the perky canary yellow for the accents.
Colors from nature can be particularly soothing, like the golds, greens and tans in this bedroom; they evoke the calming colors of the outdoors.