10 Stylish Bedroom Design Ideas
It’s no surprise that good design has the power to promote a positive mood. There’s also a lot of science to back this up! For example, a 2015 survey published in the Journal of the Association for Psychological Science reports that most people feel like their emotional wellbeing is influenced (and in some cases, regulated) by a room’s ambiance. And since your bedroom is where you go to rest and decompress, it should definitely be designed to help you do that.
A simple way to ensure your bedroom design promotes a positive mood and feels like a place you can unwind in? Make sure it reflects your style, incorporates your favorite materials, colors, and patterns, shines the right light, and maximizes space. If you need some inspiration to revamp your bedroom, you’ve come to the right place. No matter how bold you want to go, how large your room is, or what your design preference is, these bedroom ideas and designer examples are sure to inspire deeper, dreamier slumbers. Not to mention, they’re sure to impress guests.
Old Post Street Apartment by Bomo Interiors
There are several great things going for this bedroom design by Monika Bona, an award-winning Hungarian interior designer and ARCHLine.XP user. First of all, there’s a a great sense of space created with this high ceiling which is further accentuated by the modern chandelier hanging in the middle. The brightly painted walls and ceiling beautifully contrasts with the moody dark accent wall and herringbone parquet flooring, adding to the overall cozy atmosphere of this space. The large mirror is patterned to match the flooring pattern, and creates a larger sense of space by reflecting the room atmosphere and lighting back to the room itself. This cozy space would be perfect on a cold Hungarian winter morning!
Image Credit: Bomo Interiors
Krislakashalo by Krisztina Art Interiors
This interior designer, Krisztina Szilagyne, (another ARCHLine.XP user) has fully utilised her pattern arsenal, with a mixture of grasscloth walls, upholstered walls and patterned timber panels. These walls set a soft, dreamy mood in the bedroom. Smartly enough, the interior designer opted to only contrast certain parts of the walls instead of the doing the entire wall, allowing the the grasscloth fabric to contrast with the wood texture and what looks like a painted concrete textured wall. The dark painted wall perfectly creates a continuous surface that morphs into the full ceiling height cabinets. A definite kudos to this designer on her furniture choices as well.
Image Credit: Krizsta Art Interiors
Minimalist Bedroom by Flack Studio
This incredible bedroom design by Flack Studio is every person’s dream! It features all the right aspects a design should have. It’s vibrant and filled with light and connection to the outdoors. The full ceiling height sliding doors create spatial continuity while the variations in texture add to the soft and bright interior. Additionally, the soft materials palette includes a white interior and an off-white greyish wardrobe, contrasting with a soft fluffy dark-grey carpet and dark minimalist furniture. This space is all encompassing and each element, whether it’s the bathroom entrance, the balcony or the wardrobe, works together in perfect unity. Overall, the design is simple and makes good use of contrast, light and open uncluttered space.
Image Credit: Flack Studio
Laid-Back Style by Ekartina 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. This design feels very homely and inviting with all the lit patterned surfaces. From the herringbone parquet flooring, cube carpet to the ribbed chair and striped wall panels, this design optimises the use of patterns and led strips to bring attention to the detail.
Image Credit: Ekartina Docheva
Large Bed Platform by IQOSA
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. This large open space is also well-balanced by linear elements that give the room some more structure. Lastly, the rough textures of the carpets nicely balance out with the large platform and high ceiling.
Image Credit: IQOSA
Warm Inviting Bedroom by Mateusz Minkina
The thing that’s really going for this space is the warm textures, which give this bedroom a natural inviting atmosphere – it almost feels like you’re in a cool forest. Unique ceiling fans are also 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. Overall, if you’re going to pick a tropical theme for a warm climate, this is the way to go.
Image Credit: Mateusz Minkina
Fun Bachelor’s Pad Bedroom by Ahmed
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. This large rooms allows for a variety of functions and activities and would likely make the owner seem very interesting. I mean – a telescope with a small lounge? That’s just plain awesome.
Image Credit: Ahmed Itafy
Small Comfy Attic Room by Daria Dwarnik
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. If you can organise your space well and make every nook and cranny count, you can even make small spaces work in your favour.
Image Credit: Daria Dwarnik
Industrial Bedroom By Giorgios Tataridis
Polish up a modern industrial bedroom with sleek furniture and designer lighting. This barebones design puts the comfort in uncomfortable. By revealing textured concrete walls along with bare brickwork and the criss-cross parquet flooring, this design gives you what you need while making it comfortable at the same time, with modern soft furniture pieces.
Image Credit: Giorgios Tataridis
Modern Bedroom With Courtyard
Sleep amongst nature. This bedroom with courtyard design would make every night feel like camping – or glamping. Not quite sure how this would work, but we’ll leave it up to your imagination. One thing is for certain though, if you can somehow work a courtyard into your bedroom design, your clients will love you.
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