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54 Inspiring Modern Bedroom Ideas


Mirrored Walls (Not Ceilings)

Stephen Kent Johnson

The bedroom of Apparatus’s Gabriel Hendifar New York City apartment is an object lesson in how a mirrored wall—long considered a relic of a bygone era—can be just what a modern bedroom needs. The custom brass bed is topped with a bedcover and bolster in Zak+Fox fabrics. The pendant and nightstand are by Apparatus.


Sinuous Accent Chaise

Ty Cole Studio

As much as you may want your bedroom to be a quiet sanctuary, the presence of a dramatic piece of furniture, like this sinuous rocking chaise by Igor Rodrigues in a 2Michaels townhouse project on the Upper West Side, won’t keep you up past bedtime.


All Out Aubergine

David Land

There is no more sophisticated shade of purple than eggplant, as evidenced in this Brooklyn family residence designed by Danielle Fennoy of Revamp. The bedroom walls are covered in Farrow & Ball’s Brinjal paint. The custom bed’s headboard, beneath an artwork by Stan Brodsky, is upholstered in a Romo print, and the throw pillow is in a Dedar fabric.


Haute Tension

Stephan Julliard

If your interior aesthetic swings contemporary but the architecture is antique, it’s always advisable to preserve some original elements to then mix with modern furniture pieces. In the Paris apartment of Hugo Toro, the stained-glass window in the bedroom is original to the apartment. The chair is by Timothée Musset, and the curtains are from Silva Paris. The carpet and the leather bed frame are custom.


Repurposed-Door Headboard

Frank Frances Studio

A headboard doesn’t need to be upholstered, tufted— or a headboard at all, for that matter. In a Brooklyn brownstone designed by Ishka Designs, carved wooden doors from Morocco make a perfect decorative headboard. The pouf is from CB2, the pendant light by Workstead. The carpet is from Nourison, and the curtains are from the Shade Store.


Better Together

Peter Murdock

Where is it written that two beds need two discrete headboards? Answer: nowhere worth mentioning. After seeing this custom bed arrangement in a Long Island house by Joe Nahem, consider the argument Q.E.D. The table is by ModShop, and the lamp is from Allied Maker. The artwork is by Jessi Reaves.


Hitting the Tube Lights

Read Mckendree, from Workshop/APD Homes: Architecture, Interiors, and the Spaces Between, Rizzoli New York, 2022.

Bedside lamps can be nice, but they take up room on the nightstand. In a Workshop/APD project in Manhattan, these Orion tube lights by Lee Broom from the Future Perfect provide an exceedingly chic solution. The headboard was upholstered in a Pierre Frey fabric, and the curtains are by Cowtan & Tout. Underfoot is a custom Medina rug by Eskayel.


Lower the Pendant

Francesco Dolfo

In Milan, anything goes. Case in point: Designer Paolo Castellarin installed a Flos pendant to hover next to the pillows. Some might have an issue with this, but stylishly irreverent is something we should all aspire to be. The Vico Magistretti bed from Flou is topped with Loro Piana throws and Fornasetti pillows. The wall paint is RAL Pale Brown, and the window paint is RAL Green Beige.


Maximum Botanicals

Shade Degges

There’s botanical wallpaper, and then there’s botanical wallpaper. This example from Lizzo in a Malibu home designed by Martha Mulholland is an impressionistic visual feast that will keep you close to nature, even if the view from your bedroom window is of a brick wall. The vintage pendants by Bruno Chiarini for Stilnovo hang down on either side.


Mixed, Not Matched

Marni Epstein-Mervis

The throw has nothing to do with throw pillows, which have nothing to do with the headboard. And yet, everything fits together perfectly. It’s sprezzatura for the bedroom in an Oakland, California, house by Duett Interiors, and it’s oh-so-appealing.


Timber Trifecta

Stephan Julliard

Rattan and pine and mahogany! Oh my! Who says brown is dead? Jacques Grange proves that tired conceit wrong with this calmly sophisticated bedroom in a Comporta, Portugal, house. A pendant from Loja de Cá hangs from a soaring pine ceiling. The rattan screen and floor lamp are both from Paris flea markets; the vintage Mozambique mahogany cabinet is from Santa Maria Velharias. The artwork is by Ophélie Asch.


Blue Is the Warmest Color

Isabel Parra

Very few colors can bring both a feeling of joy and moodiness to a bedroom like this shade of blue from Farrow & Ball used by Perifio in a house in Hudson Valley. The throw on the Lulu and Georgia bed is from Missoni Home, the Verner Panton chair is vintage, the side tables are from &Tradition, and the sconces are from Lighting NYC. The walls are in Inchyra Blue from Farrow & Ball.


Infinite Headboard

Stephen Kent Johnson

Where does a headboard stop and a room begin? That’s not easy to answer. Ashe Leandro provides a new twist in an Upper East Side apartment with one that wraps around the periphery of the room. The custom nightstand is by Rob Pluhowski, the sconce is from Lites on West, the bed linens are by Matteo, and the throw is from Area Home.


A Hint of Yellow

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What’s that peering through from behind the creamy bedding? It’s all our eyes can see. Is it...? Why, yes. That’s a dollop of mustard in a New York City bedroom by Carly Cushnie, as strong in appearance as Colman’s is to taste. A collage of vintage saris adds another splash of yellow above the bed.


One Big Dark Room

Nick Glimenakis

Don’t underestimate the calming qualities of an all-black room. Delia Kenza went for it here in the main bedroom of a Brooklyn townhouse. Verdict? Worth the risk!


Frey All Day

Joanna Maclennan

Every house should include some Pierre Frey fabrics. They’re chic, they’re classic, and they’re extremely well made. Patrick Frey, of Pierre Frey, just went all out in his use of the family product in his house in the south of France. The bedcover, canopy, and pillows are all in Pierre Frey fabrics. The rattan trunk is vintage, and the rug is by—you guessed it—Pierre Frey.


Statement Bed

Douglas Friedman

A stunning ­lacquer-and–silver leaf four-poster bed makes a statement in this Palm Beach house. An Art Deco floor lamp is paired with a tufted window seat. The art is by David Hockney.


Bright Blue Accents

William Waldron

Two iridescent glass pendants flank a blue artwork by Caroline Sardi. The Nicole Fuller Collection side table sits next to a low-profile platform bed by Poliform. Rich velvet curtains match the cobalt hue in the rug from the Rug Company in this townhouse in New York City’s Greenwich Village.


Wood-Beam Bedroom

James Merrell

An iron four-poster bed sits on top of an antique parquet floor in this Jacques Grange–designed apartment. The wood-beam ceiling is an original and striking detail. Custom bronze mirrors face the bed, and a 1950s floor lamps adds a pop of color.


Modernist Details

Roger Casas

Concrete walls are softened with flowing blue window treatments in this Marina Del Rey, California, house. Wood furniture adds warmth, and the tufts of the bedspread align with the tie holes in the concrete wall behind the bed.


Rich, Colorful Accessories

Trevor Tondro Photography

This Montecito, California, bedroom by Kim Alexandriuk is gorgeously filled with gray textiles and accessorized with pops of rich color. Blue table lamps by Ryan Mennealy flank a bed covered in a George Spencer Designs velvet. A midcentury aluminum bench covered in a green jacquard by Lauren Hwang is placed at the foot of the bed, and the subtle and glamorous rug is by Jorge Pardo for Christopher Farr. A pendant by Philippe Anthonioz makes a statement in the center of the room.


Modern Glamour

Gianni Franchellucci

Shades of gray create a chic palette in this London apartment. A custom lamp with a charcoal shade by Liz Marsh Designs sits on top of a nightstand by Oliver Bonas. A large black-and-white photograph hangs above the cream-upholstered bed.


Minimalist Decor

Erik Undéhn

Stark white walls are a crisp canvas for furniture and accessories in this modernist bedroom. A black Volante occasional table by Pierre Guariche is paired with a Pivotant wall light by Charlotte Perriand. A painting by Hans Hedenström hangs above a low wood headboard.


Warm Tones

Brittany Ambridge

A blue-and-orange color scheme adds richness to this New York City bedroom by designer Danielle Colding. An upholstered bed is topped with blue velvet throw pillows, and a pendant hanging above a cobalt side table makes for an unexpected bedside lamp.


Oxblood Accents

Eric Piasecki

Walls covered in a Holland & Sherry fabric create a creamy canvas in this New York City bedroom. An oxblood wallcovering from Castel is a dramatic break in the wall. The custom bed by interior designer Gideon Mendelson is flanked by two open-shelf nightstands.


Hamptons Living

David Benjamin Sherry

An East Hampton bedroom relies on a sleek white backdrop punctuated by a colorful Dhoku rug, artwork by Richard Aldrich, and vintage sconces by Gino Sarfatti. The bed features Frette linens.


Beach Escape

Douglas Friedman

For this Miami Beach getaway, designer Lee F. Mindel fused modern and Pop Art sensibilities. The headboard, in a Chapas Textiles fabric, and bench are custom, the nightstands are by Atelier Prelati, and the vintage Max Ingrand pendant is by FontanaArte.


Modernist Accents

Thomas Loof

When it came to an apartment in a TriBeCa skyscraper, designer Richard Mishaan aimed for a sense of adventure. From stimulating hues to rich textures, there's no shortage of visual interest throughout the space, especially in the main bedroom. The design scheme features a custom bed and sofa, both in a Maharam mohair, from Mishaan’s line for Theodore Alexander. The bed linens are by Matouk, the armchairs are by Holly Hunt, and the Plexiglas cocktail table is by Charly Bounan. The brass pendants are by Roll & Hill, and the Willy Rizzo floor lamp is from Flair Home Collection.


Pops of Color

Douglas Friedman

Designer Lee F. Mindel isn’t afraid of color, and this modern Miami Beach getaway is proof. In the guest bedroom, which Mindel brought to life with panels in Benjamin Moore’s Cool Aqua, the headboard, in a Link Textiles fabric, matches the wall panels. The bed is dressed in custom linens by E. Braun & Co., the Oluce lamps are from MSK Illuminations, and the nightstands are from Design Within Reach.


Monochromatic Look

Tim Waltman

An all-white bedroom in downtown Manhattan showcases the beauty of modern design. The minimalist interior, crafted by fashion designer Jeffrey Dodd and his husband, Jonathan Reed, still manages to have a sense of warmth.


Minimalist Dream

Courtesy of Kara Mann

A soothing gray-and-white color scheme plus layers of texture enhance this modern bedroom design by Kara Mann. The interior is outfitted with a custom bed and bench by JM Upholstery, which are covered in a Rosemary Hallgarten alpaca fabric. The bed is dressed in Frette linens, the throw is custom, and the bedside tables are made from selenite. The artworks are by Ed Ruscha (left) and Yayoi Kusama.


Warm and Cool

Robyn Lea

This spacious primary bedroom—crafted by fashion designer Lisa Perry—unites warm and cool colors to create a clean, contemporary balance. Here, a Callum Innes artwork brings a citrusy appeal to an otherwise cool-toned space.


Industrial Cool

Dylan Lim Suarez

In the Brooklyn apartment of blogger Natalie Lim Suarez, custom sliding-glass doors lead into the bedroom, which maintains a pared-down appeal with minimal furniture and a monochromatic palette.


Monochromatic Oasis

Richard Powers

Sex and the City creator Darren Star’s New York City bedroom is a lesson in the peacefulness of monochrome and features a headboard in a Cowtan & Tout fabric, sconces by Gubi, and nightstands by Room & Board.


Beachside Modernity

Douglas Friedman

In a striking retreat in Miami’s Surf Club designed by Delphine Krakoff, the guest bedroom maintains modern beach vibes with a sculptural side table, rounded headboard, and statement artwork.


Modernized Antiques

Stephen Kent Johnson

With accents like a 1960s wall sculpture and antique French tole clocks, this bedroom manages to exude modern elegance. Thanks to a palette of rich grays, a layering of textures, and clean-lined silhouettes, the space has an overarching sense of modernity.


Pale Hues

Emily Andrews Photography

A Chelsea home’s main bedroom relies on just a few statement pieces to reflect a serene and modern aesthetic. The custom walnut bed, matching dresser and side table, and coordinating artwork give the minimalist space a modern feel.


Minimalist Millwork

Patrick Cline

A recessed bed niche, low-profile bed, and cerused-oak headboard channel a spa-like vibe in this modern bedroom.


Black-and-White Industrial

Marco Ricca

In a spacious TriBeCa bedroom, a statement black bed frame contrasts the white walls and bedding. Modern sconces and a BDDW lounge chair tie the space together.


Wide-Plank Modern Walls

Jane Beiles

A summer camp turned winter home is clad in pale pine shiplap, which contrasts with the arboreal green window trim. Modern sconces and bedding—along with a pop of red in the headboard—helped reimagine a cabin-like bedroom as a contemporary oasis.


Clean Silhouettes

Björn Wallander

In the primary bedroom of a Lake Tahoe vacation home, an armchair and stool by Minotti, upholstered in a Holly Hunt leather, are paired with a side table by Jonathan Adler. The bench and dresser are by Lawson-Fenning, and the drawing is by Ching Ho Cheng; the wall is painted in Bank Vault by Dunn-Edwards, and the carpet is by Decorative Carpets.


Coordinating Finishes

Miguel Flores-Vianna

In the main bedroom of a California home, the linen coverlet is by Area, the photograph above the bed is by Olafur Eliasson, and the 1930s lamp on the custom-made table is by George Carwardine; the capiz-shell pendant is vintage, and the redwood closet doors are original.


Modern Boho

William Waldron

In the main bedroom of a TriBeCa apartment, the bed is by Meridiani, the vintage Poul Kjaerholm daybed retains its original leather, and the side table is by Wyeth; the console is a vintage piece by Paul McCobb, and the circa-1970 Beni Ourain rug is from Double Knot.


Curved Furniture

Richard Powers

In a Palm Beach home, the settee by Gastone Rinaldi is upholstered in a Bergamo fabric, the rug is by V’Soske, the walls are covered in Venetian plaster, and the adjacent closet structure is sheathed in acrylic panels; the drawings above the bed are by Ciprian Muresan, and the photographs in the corridor are by Mircea Cantor.


Rich and Sultry Fabrics

Trevor Tondro

In a contemporary Manhattan bedroom, a bed by Minotti is dressed in linens by E. Braun & Co., the bedside table is from Philippe Hurel, and the walls have a custom textured finish by Atelier Premiere.


Modern Zen

William Abranowicz

In the main bedroom of a San Francisco loft, the headboard is covered in a Rogers & Goffigon fabric, the bed linens are by Sue Fisher King, the bedspread is antique Belgian linen, the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Super White, and the artwork is by Joan Mitchell.


A Futuristic Headboard

Simon Upton

In the bedroom of a West Village home, the vintage Cityscape headboard is by Paul Evans, the bed is dressed in Casa del Bianco linens, the bedside tables are ebonized mahogany, the 1950s American lamps are from Wyeth, and the carpet is by Beauvais.


A Statement Chair

Richard Powers

The bed in this New York City apartment is upholstered in a Holly Hunt silk and dressed in Schweitzer linens; the stainless steel chair (right) is by Maria Pergay, and the Philippe Hiquily chair has cushions in a Fortuny fabric. The curtains are of a Holland & Sherry silk satin, the carpet is by Beauvais, and the walls are sheathed in a Rubelli cotton velvet; the sculpture is by Rebecca Warren, and the painting to the left of the bed is by Richard Prince.


Modern ”Moldings“

Ricardo Labougle

The bed in this London townhouse is dressed in a custom duvet made from a Dedar fabric, the letter-shaped stools are from Andrew Martin, and the walls are sheathed in a Jim Thompson silk with hand-sewn red silk borders; the drawing over the mantel is by Lluis Lleo, and the artwork over the bed, which is inscribed with Buddhist phrases, was purchased in Singapore.


Round Geometrics

Douglas Friedman

In a playful New York apartment, a bed by Christopher Ostafin and a 1990s bench by Campion Platt are featured in the master bedroom. The circa-1950 chair by Illum Wikkelsø is from Hostler Burrows.


Modern Playful Design

Richard Powers

The bed, dresser, and side tables in the bedroom of a Mexican home are by Roche Bobois; the Eames chair and ottoman are from Herman Miller, the bedside lights are by FontanaArte, and the wall is painted in Patagonia by Comex.



Richard Powers

The bed in the main bedroom of an upstate New York home is upholstered in an Edelman leather and dressed in Pratesi and Frette linens, the bedside tables are by Jallu Ebénistes, the Carol Egan stool from Maison Gerard is upholstered in a Toyine Sellers fabric, and the circa-1970 Mazzega ceiling light was found at a Paris flea market. The walls are upholstered in a Ralph Lauren wool suiting fabric, the ceiling is covered in a Stark tea-leaf paper, the custom wool carpet is by Hokanson, and the artwork over the bed is by Richard Serra.


Statement Art

Trevor Tondro

In the primary bedroom of a Pacific Palisades, California, home, the custom bed is dressed with linens by Deborah Sharpe Linens and a Frette coverlet; the photograph is by David Drebin.


Bright White

Simon Upton

In a minimal apartment, the neon wall sculpture in the main bedroom is by Glenn Ligon, and the Corian platform bed, a custom design, is dressed with Belgian linens; the circa-1960 bedside tables are by Joseph-André Motte, and the walls are sheathed in a Marmorino wall finish.

Charles Curkin Articles Editor, ELLE Decor Charles Curkin is ELLE Decor's Articles Editor, covering everything related to the architecture, interior design, real estate, and travel industries, and has previously written for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Paris Review.

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Wrap your tired eyes around this massive gallery of refreshing modern bedroom ideas and gorgeous bedroom accessories that are sure to wake you up. From ultra sleek minimalist style bedrooms to warm modern rustic decor schemes, from crisp white Scandinavian style to a cacophony of colourful options, there is something here to suit everyone. Discover truly creative headboard feature wall designs that incorporate extruded panels and integrated LED strips that will set your imagination all aglow. Find bags of designer bedroom lamps and pendant lights, slick modern bedside units, drawers and shelves and beautiful closets in which to store your very own daily catwalk collection to dress for success come morning.

Give your modern bedroom design a platform. The low slung platform bed has become a highly desired piece of modern bedroom furniture, and they come in a whole host of designs and finishes. This one is upholstered in an eye-catching red fabric over the base and an attached low level headboard. A copper and grey panelled feature wall complement its russet tones.

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  • Visualizer: Spaces Architects
Colour your way to a restful night’s sleep. A vision of blue greets us in bedroom number two. Blue is a serene and soothing colour, and could help promote relaxation and sleep.

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  • Visualizer: Kamran Samedov
Create a stunning headboard feature wall using light and shade. This design uses extruded panels and LED strip lights to make a truly unique installation that you won’t find round your friend’s pad.

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  • Visualizer: Dezest
Make a small bedroom feel bigger by installing a floor-to-ceiling frameless mirror. The reflection of the room in the mirror confuses the eye into seeing a larger space.

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  • Visualizer: VisEngine
Warm up a plain white bedroom scheme with modern wall sconces in gleaming copper. A bright accent chair will help the scheme to pop too.

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  • Visualizer: Mateusz Minkina
Unique ceiling fans are a must in warm climates. Consider the beauty of your ceiling fan as an integral part of the decor, as you would with a bedroom pendant light. Statement bedroom wall clocks make a nice alternative to an apologetic looking tiny bedside alternative too.

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  • Visualizer: Tài Nguyễn
Headboard storage niches are a great option if space is limited for bedside tables. This bedroom design has both.

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  • Visualizer: Stanislav Kaminskyi
Consider hanging a pendant light over the bedside unit instead of taking up valuable table space with a lamp. The contemporary bedroom chandelier in this scheme is a real show stopper. A bedside floor lamp is another trendy alternative.

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  • Visualizer: Archiplastica
Choose wall mounted bedside shelves rather than floor standing units for a clean and crisp look. These two bedside shelves hold copper desk lamps on top and stow the usual bedside clutter out of sight in a shallow hidden drawer.

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  • Visualizer: Anna Tkacheva
Layer up bedroom lighting options. This design has an illuminated headboard feature wall, bedside table lamps and a ceiling light installation that looks like a sculptural piece of art.

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  • Visualizer: Alexei Golub & Alexey Seldin
Visually anchor your bed in the room by placing a large area rug beneath it. It will also keep your toes cosy till you get your slippers on.

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  • Visualizer: he.D Creative Group
Go asymmetrical with the bedroom pendant lights you hang over bedside units, it will loosen up a static layout.

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  • Visualizer: Marra Group
Reflective closet doors will make your bedroom feel bigger, rather than just closing off the occupied space.

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  • Visualizer: Oporski Architecture
Minimalist bedrooms aren’t just for minimalists. A tidy room promotes a tidy mind, and a tidy mind leads to restful sleep. The white bed frame looks so zen here.

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  • Visualizer: Kanstantsin Remez
Try decorating with light instead of colour…

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  • Visualizer: Dmitry Koval & Hank Smith
… Or even with coloured light.

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  • Visualizer: Evgeniy Andrianov
If you can’t settle on a specific colour of light, buy LED strips with colour changing capabilities.

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  • Visualizer: Denis Syrov
Don’t go too mad with a favourite colour. If you’ve fallen in love with a bold bed or bedroom accent chair, then take it easy on the backdrop and go for a neutral shade to pull it all together.

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  • Visualizer: Z.Design architecture
Open up the side of an en suite bathroom. The latest bedroom designs feature open plan bathrooms and shower rooms. The combined rooms certainly make the space feel a lot larger but the exhibitionist nature of the layout perhaps isn’t for shy types.

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  • Visualizer: Dezest
A four poster bed always has, and always will, bring a certain something to a bedroom. Imagine this same room without the top frame on the bed… just doesn’t hit the same mark does it.

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  • Visualizer: Ekaterina Docheva
Forget about hanging your wall art. Propping a large piece of wall art on the floor, or even layering up a few pieces, evokes a cool laid back atmosphere.

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  • Visualizer: Tobi Architects
Refresh your sleep space with the living greenery of indoor plants.

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If you like this geometric headboard wall design, check out these other great bedroom accent wall ideas.

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  • Visualizer: Houssam Eddin Hammoudeh
Wooden accent walls look cosy and warm, as if they are giving the bedroom a hug. This bedroom also has a beautiful wood panelled frame that goes up and over a reading nook by the window.

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  • Visualizer: Sergey Petrov
Make a modern rustic bedroom by combining a wooden feature wall with tree branch art and a decorative wall mirror framed by a handsome nest of twigs.

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  • Visualizer: Andrey Kazakov
Use a unique floor lamp as a central light in rooms with a lofty ceiling height.

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Mid century modern bedroom furniture brings a relaxed yet ultra stylish vibe.

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  • Visualizer: Ivan Jakovlev
Bring a slice of your favourite place into your sleep space by painting a modern mural or adding decals like this Amsterdam themed room. For more inspiration, take a look at these other city themed bedrooms.

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  • Visualizer: Julia Buza
Pick out some of the planks in a wooden feature wall with white paint or a darker stain.

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  • Visualizer: Mahmoud Omar
Add a modern bedroom bench at the foot of the bed for a polished high-end boudoir.

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  • Visualizer: Stanislav Ananev & Tanya Vorobyeva
Bring in found objects and patterned headboards to curate a modern bohemian bedroom.

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  • Visualizer: Giang Phan
A Scandinavian bedroom is all about stylish simplicity. This uncomplicated aesthetic works perfectly for a modern kids’ room.

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  • Visualizer: Alaa Hammad
If you need something more uplifting than just a cup of coffee to get you up and at ‘em in the mornings, then how about hanging some motivational art?

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  • Visualizer: Mirror Studio
Consider all of your colour options. A room with lots of natural daylight doesn’t automatically put all the decor possibilities in the light end of the colour spectrum. A dark bedroom decor scheme could help you to feel cosy and cocooned.

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  • Visualizer: Ahmed Itafy
Zone a sleep space with a podium. A bedroom in a small studio apartment, or a large loft space like this one, can be zoned by building a step up from the rest of the open plan layout. The raised floor acts as a podium on which the bed and bedroom furniture can stand.

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A platform bed doesn’t have to be all hard lines and sharp corners. Check out this curvaceous little number.

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  • Visualizer: ArchiCGI
Bring some sheen to the bedsides with oversized metallic globe pendant lights.

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  • Visualizer: Vera Chelishcheva
Install a glass partition wall around an en suite to open up the space but keep bathroom steam inside. Privacy curtains can be drawn around the outside when in use.

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  • Visualizer: Marta Vasevych
Decorate with a shape theme. This bedroom has concentric circles swirling over the headboard, a circular area rug on the floor, and rounded pendant lights over the bedsides.

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Fashion a headboard storage wall. The extra storage cubbies compensate for the lack of space on small side tables.

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  • Visualizer: Plasterlina
Make use of every available space. This built-in house bed sits flush with the eaves and has a bespoke bookcase at the opposite side. There are also book shelves and cabinets in the space behind the bed. If this is a bit of you, then you’ll love these other bedrooms for book lovers.

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  • Visualizer: Concept Vision
Select dual tone bedclothes. Even a bed of neutrals can look interesting if you mix and match two different colours, like this mid grey and soft brown ensemble.

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  • Visualizer: Maksym Luriichuk
Have your own boutique clothes store in your bedroom. With clear glass closet doors and some well placed lighting strips along rails and shelves, you can create your very own chic fashion boutique that is poised to serve you every single day. Caution: these types of bedrooms with attached wardrobe on display are best suited to neat freaks and closet organisation extraordinaires.

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  • Visualizer: Duc TayOne
Sleep amongst nature. This bedroom with courtyard design would make every night feel like camping – or glamping.

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  • Visualizer: N-Gon Archviz
Explore unusual rug ideas to bring texture to a plain bedroom scheme – like the pebble rug in this white bedroom.

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Throw off a samey colour scheme with just one contrasting coloured item. This sky blue bedroom has a single yellow chair to add a bit of sunshine.

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  • Visualizer: NgọcDiamond Home
Soften an industrial style bedroom backdrop with a cushioned headboard and upholstered bed base.

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  • Visualizer: Yazan Samsam
A grey bedroom can be a base for many different colours.

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  • Visualizer: Albert Mizuno
Sink to swim. This sunken floor bed design and sunken bathtub make a swimmingly good combo.

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  • Visualizer: Giorgos Tataridis
Polish up a modern industrial bedroom with sleek furniture and designer lighting.

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1. Gold accent planters 2. Gold finish candle holder 3. Nelson thin edge bed 4. Atollo table lamp 5. Gold paper origami pendant 6. Grasshopper style floor lamp 7. IC Light S style pendant 8. Womb style chair 9. Side table with wireless charger

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Bedroom interior design: 27 photos in modern style Two main advantages explain its popularity: comfort and relative budget. A Scandinavian bedroom can be done with a small budget for repairs and accessories.

Characteristics of the "northern" interior - a lot of light, pastel shades, green plants, geometry and simplicity. Furniture should be made of wood, natural or artificial, with the addition of soft fabric upholstery or forged elements. nine0005

Interior design: Anna Furbacken

2 Bedroom in classic style

Classic is always relevant. Most middle-aged Russians choose this option, as it is quite conservative, despite the fact that the main association with it is pomposity. Classics can be different, it is enough to choose the appropriate furniture and exquisite accessories - the bedroom will already turn out to be cozy and elegant.

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3 Modern interior

Modern is always in line with fashion trends, it is a rather flexible style, always up-to-date. A modern bedroom with a modern interior is made in pastel colors (gray, brown, blue and their shades), the furniture is chosen with smooth lines - this gives harmony to the space, which is very important for the comfort of the bedroom.

Interior design: Daria Misyura

4 Minimalistic bedroom

In recent years, there has been an increasing desire for minimalism - a bedroom in this style can turn out to be very comfortable, since the absence of unnecessary details contributes to calmness and the necessary comfort. Most often, designers choose plain interiors: gray, white, brown, blue shades. Minimalism can be very flexible - just change the textiles and the room can sparkle in a new way. nine0005

Interior design: Marina Lapteva

5 High-tech bedroom

High-tech style is always advanced technologies and technical achievements. Remote control blinds, various lighting options and ergonomic furniture. Those who do not like unnecessary movements and want to see their bedroom as equipped as possible for relaxation will choose high-tech.

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6 Bedroom in modern style

Since the concept of "modern" is quite broad, this style is constantly changing. Today, a modern bedroom is in harmony with moderate colors and cozy textiles. nine0005

Interior design: Studio Concept58

7 Country bedroom interior

Country style implies maximum coziness and comfort. For the bedroom, many people choose it, they love this style and designers, as it is quite diverse, despite certain rules: an abundance of textiles, patterns in the form of flowers or cells, wood, artificially aged, decor in the form of paintings in wooden frames, living or artificial flowers in pots and vases.

Interior design: Maxim Noda, studio Nomax

8 Loft style bedroom

Loft bedrooms are very popular these days. Initially, the style does not imply coziness, which is important for this room, but with the help of thoughtful design, a room can become comfortable. Brick or concrete walls, wooden floors, leather furniture and minimalist textiles, warm colors and plenty of light - and a loft-style bedroom will become your favorite room in the house.

Interior design: ART-B.O.S.

9 Eco style in bedroom interior

An eco-style bedroom will become the center of cleanliness and freshness in a dusty city. Only natural materials, green plants and accessories, cotton and linen textiles - eco-interior is gaining more and more popularity today.

Interior design: Marina Lapteva

10 Art Deco bedroom

Art Deco is called a mixture of modernism and neoclassicism. It is distinguished by strict geometric shapes, decoration in halftones, luxury and expensive modern materials (leather, aluminum, natural wood). Today, rarely anyone makes a "pure" art deco, this requires a large budget. Therefore, most often in the interior of the bedroom you can find elements of this style: in furniture, accessories, wall decoration. For example, as in the case in the photo. nine0005

Interior design: Marina Dadiani

11 American style bedroom

American style room combines modernity and comfort. Most often, light colors are chosen for wall decoration, and they “play” with furniture in contrast. Be sure to have bedside tables and shelving, where it is so convenient to put a book or put a glass of water, as well as a large number of pillows and a soft blanket. If the area allows, a large wardrobe and an armchair will also look good in the interior. nine0005

Interior design: ChDecoration studio

12 English interior

The so-called British Style has been formed since the Middle Ages, and, of course, has undergone changes over the centuries. An English-style bedroom is an “island” of comfort and tranquility, its obligatory attribute is a large bed with an unusual headboard: forged, carved wood, fabric, as in the photo.

Interior design: Special-Style studio

13 Eclectic bedroom

Eclecticism appeared in the 18th century, and the first thing that comes to mind when you mention this style is a mixture of everything. Taste is the basis of eclecticism, in such an interior it is really possible to combine various objects with a completely different history, but a skilled hand is needed. As a rule, the background is a neutral color: beige, light gray, olive. An eclectic bedroom will appeal to lovers of experimentation, but when creating it, it is important to use styles that are close to each other.

Interior design: Marina Lapteva

14 Pop art in the design of the bedroom

Atypical solution for the bedroom, but definitely fashionable. Usually this style involves white walls and decorating them with bright posters and drawings. Pop art can be called a budget style, since you don’t need to look for expensive furniture made from natural materials - it’s enough to show creativity and imagination.

Interior design: Elena Bulagina

15 Bedroom interior in fusion style

Fusion style is considered by many to be a follower of eclecticism, but more modern. As for its "parent", in the fusion interior you need to combine the incongruous - no boring frames and certainty. However, if in eclecticism this combination is historically dictated by circumstances and styles close to each other are often used, fusion is a deliberate departure from the framework. The main colors of this interior: green, crimson, gold and turquoise: a "nuclear" mixture for the bedroom, but certainly interesting. nine0005

Interior design: Elena Pegasova

16 Mediterranean bedroom style

The key definition of the Mediterranean style is lightness, so it is the best fit for the bedroom. The main colors of such an interior should be natural: white, yellow, blue, green, brown and their shades. Furniture is most often used wooden, classic brown or whitewashed. The Mediterranean style mixes decorativeness and functionality, so no extra items and accessories are usually needed. nine0005

Interior design by Sweet Home Design

17 Interior in Provence style

“French Provence” — one name guarantees comfort and romance, so this style is very relevant for the bedroom. In order to create the desired interior, you need to follow a few simple rules: wooden furniture, pastel shades (you can use olive or lavender), plants (live, you can use dried bouquets), a lot of textiles and softness. Candles and beautiful candelabra will add the necessary romance to the interior. nine0005

Interior design: Anna Simonova Interior Studio

18 Neoclassical bedroom

Non-classical is good for those lovers of tradition who do not tolerate excessive pomposity. This style will fit perfectly into a room of any size due to its restraint. In the decoration of the walls, you can use wallpaper with a pattern, but then choose more discreet furniture. In the modern neoclassical interior of the bedroom, a secretary and an exquisite dressing table made of natural wood with chairs look good, small pillows will add comfort. nine0005

Interior design: Marina Lapteva

19 Vintage interior

Vintage is a broad style that can include different elements and therefore look diverse. Depending on the time period that is chosen for the interior, you need to select furniture, accessories and finishes. The only striking distinguishing feature is the aging of things, but not antiquity. Items must function perfectly and fulfill their purpose - just look like they were bought at least 50 years ago. nine0005

Interior design: Daria Misyura

20 Functionalist bedroom

A functionalist bedroom should be simple but modern. Each piece of furniture placed in the room must perform its assigned function, and it is advisable not to use unnecessary elements. Primary function, not form - this is the basic principle of modern functionalism.

Interior design: Dina Salakhova, BespaceStudio

21 Urban bedroom interior

Urban means “urban”, and this defines the style features: functionality and practicality, pieces of furniture made of glass, metal, plastic and wood, clarity of lines. A bedroom in this style should be concise, wall decoration is simple. It is also important to choose plain textiles.

Interior design: VAE design & architecture studio

22 Oriental interior

East is a delicate matter. How many times have you heard this statement? Probably hundreds. But in creating the oriental interior of the bedroom, you will have to show that very “subtlety”. Oriental style is divided into several sub-styles that are opposite to each other. If we are talking about Asia, then this is restrained minimalism, and if we are talking about the Middle East - chic and luxury, an abundance of fabrics and gold. The choice is yours. nine0005

Interior design: Irina Tatarnikova

23 Shabby chic bedroom

Many designers will say that shabby chic is a feminine style. There is indeed logic in the statement, because it suggests tenderness, light shades of furniture and accessories, pink color and exquisite interior items (for example, carved candelabra) - in general, a real paradise for girls.

Interior design: Irina Tatarnikova

24 Bedroom in contemporary style

Contemporary is, first of all, comfort. For an interior in this style, you do not need to buy an abundance of decor and furniture, look for aged things - quite simple and comfortable furniture made of wood (natural or artificial), eye-pleasing shades and textiles, which is associated with convenience. nine0005

Interior design: Special-Style studio

25 Bedroom in Greek style

Greece is a standard of taste and beauty, even the ancient inhabitants thought so. Today, of course, the Greek style is not always antiquity and pomposity. It involves white walls, preferably with a decorative plaster finish, so that the relief is noticeable. Wooden furniture and ornamental décor complete a true modern Greek bedroom.

Interior design: iLADesign

26 Rustic style interior

Rustic style bedroom is ideal for lovers of natural materials in their natural beauty and carelessness. If a tree - then with natural cracks and patterns, if a stone - then it is not an ideal natural shape. Rustic in exact translation means "rustic", it will ideally fit into the bedroom of a country cottage or a small cottage.

Interior design: Olga Derevleva and Ruslan Telegin, design studio ODEL

27 Bedroom in a romantic style

Romanticism is a style that will adequately complete our article on trendy bedroom interiors. After all, this room for the majority suggests a romantic mood, airiness and lightness. The main materials will be wood (most often walnut, as it has a natural light shade), ceramics, natural fabrics. A bedroom in the style of romanticism must be with subdued light, but in pastel shades.

Interior design: ChDecoration studio


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