Bedroom Design Ideas

A bedroom is more than just a place to lay your head at night, a bedroom is a true sanctuary. Whether your style is minimal and modern or eclectic and bold, your bedroom should be a place that you can retreat to and recharge! We love how design plays an essential part in that role. Your bedroom may be a room in your house that you’ve overlooked until now. It can be put on the back burner, design-wise, as other more “high-traffic” areas, get all the attention. We want to reign that back in and give bedrooms the attention they deserve; they are meant to be sanctuaries after all! Your bedroom can be a place where you rest and relax, gaining back calm after a long day of work. It can be a place where you enjoy your coffee on Sunday mornings or stay up late reading that book you just can’t put down. Above all, a bedroom should be a place you look forward to retreating to, with a bedroom design that speaks to you. There is no shortage of bedroom design inspiration floating around, or bedroom design style options for that matter. When starting your journey of designing your bedroom, whether it’s the first time you’re giving it attention or it just needs a refresh, think about the things you love most. A bedroom is a private area of your home, so you can let down your formal style walls, peel back the layers and create a space that makes you truly feel at peace. Your bedroom, though cozy and appealing, should also be functional to your needs. When thinking of bedroom layout ideas, you may find yourself figuring out how much storage you need, how big of a bed will fit, do you need nightstands with drawers, etc! There are a lot of decisions to be made, but many can be narrowed down once you understand how you’ll be using the space, and your “must-haves” versus what you think would be nice in your space. Some important aspects to think about in your bedroom design journey are lighting, colors, and texture. A darker and moody bedroom can have quite a calming effect, while a lighter one can feel energizing! Colors like red often aren’t used in the bedroom, but blue is quite popular due to the serene effect it has. We know it’s a lot to think about, which is why we’ve gathered so many bedroom design ideas to help you get started on your bedroom design journey!

Elegant Farmhouse Bedroom Ideas

Elegant Farmhouse Bedroom Ideas

With tailored furnishings, classic accents, and rustic details, the farmhouse bedroom is the true definition of elegance with ease. Anchor the room with a wooden bed and plush bedding, pull in a leather armchair for a cozy reading corner, hang up a round mirror for a chic focal point, and pad the floor with a comfy woven rug. It's all about layering those luxe, cozy touches!

Modern Rustic Hideaway

Modern Rustic Hideaway

Sit back and relax in your Modern Rustic Bedroom! The minimal color scheme and warm woods in this bedroom design make the space feel cozy and inviting. Streamlined furniture sticks to the modern style while the Austin Leather Swivel Chair by West Elm adds a pop of color and warmth! 

Fresh as a Daisy Traditional Bedroom

Fresh as a Daisy Traditional Bedroom

This sweet and simple bedroom has plenty of quint charm. The spindle leg tripod end table and vintage finish rug feel slightly antique while still being stylish. Plus the hanging plants and daisy themed wall art make the room feel like a breath of fresh Spirit air.

Neutral Bedroom Oasis

Neutral Bedroom Oasis

You don't need color to make a statement in your bedroom! Layer a sheepskin skin over a textured woven style and keep the mix of texture going in your accent pillows ranging from velvet to braided or fur. A funky lamp brings in an eclectic vibe and crisp white accents keep the room feeling clean and light. 

Daybed Dreams

Daybed Dreams

Are you low on space in your guest room? We love using a daybed with a trundle to maximize sleeping space for guests! This iron spindle one has classic look, but when paired with modern accessories, this guest room is Instagram worthy!

A Bedroom Oasis In Blues

A Bedroom Oasis In Blues

Using hues of blues to accentuate neutral furniture is a fool proof way to create a serene bedroom. This master bedroom oasis feels welcoming, with plush throw pillows and a color palette that is just so dreamy!

Relaxed Mid Century Modern Bedroom

Relaxed Mid Century Modern Bedroom

A Mid Century bed always makes for an attractive centerpiece. With a modern bedroom, stick to furnishings with clean lines, whether it's a small round mirror hung on the wall or a geometric rug pattern. Add some pretty accents in white finish with a crisp, calming look.

Disney Themed Bedroom

Disney Themed Bedroom

When Modsy designer Autumn couldn't go on her summer vacation to Disney Land she took matters into her own hands. By creating this fun bedroom design inspired by the classic ride the World Famous Jungle Cruise she was able to get her summer vacation fix!

Clean And Simple

Clean And Simple

Odd numbers work great for styling out surfaces or in this case, dressing up the wall! Odd groupings allow your eye to move around the collection and therefore the space, taking in all the details. We love these simple yet elegant wall shelves which are perfect for showing off prized pieces!

Modern Masculine Blue Bedroom

Modern Masculine Blue Bedroom

A modern blue bedroom. This sleek modern bedroom is complete with blue accents for a classic cool look. Here the large geometric abstract art and wall sconces draw your eye up, making the room appear larger while the dark rug and dresser ground the space. 

A Mid-Century Modern Bedroom Retreat

A Mid-Century Modern Bedroom Retreat

Nothing says a calming bedroom retreat quite like blue and a beautifully made bed. This mid-century modern rendition is ready for relaxation with layered pillows and a basket to toss them in, a soft patterned rug to walk on, a bench with your favorite throw and a good book. Hit the reset button and relax with this bedroom!

Modern Industrial Studio Bedroom

Modern Industrial Studio Bedroom

Make your furniture pop with a dark accent wall! This bedroom combines mid-century elements with subtle industrial accents to create a bold statement.

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