Design Ideas For Bedrooms

Alissa Ugolini—homify UK Alissa Ugolini—homify UK
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There are galleries upon galleries of ideas on the internet, not to mention countless home decorating magazines erupting with design ideas for bedrooms. Even with these resources at your fingertips, we are often faced with the desire to pursue a fantasy or fulfil a dream idea. Either way, this can turn out to be a frustrating and costly experience if commenced without direction.

Before you embark on the journey to change your most prized room, we have created an ideabook with a wide range of inspiration and ideas from our database of professionals to help you in your quest. Don't forget the most important factor in the design process; YOU. Research and peruse our suggestions to ensure you are making the right choice. Or perhaps, stumble across an idea you hadn't even considered.

A Pop Of Colour

Forever chic and always in fashion is the trend of adding a pop of colour to your bedroom space. This is the by far, the best and most cost effective way to add ambience and charm to any room. Today the pillows can be purple, tomorrow they can be orange. If employing this idea, then of course, the most important factor is to keep the base pure and simple. You can be sure that you will never tire of your most treasured space.

Moody Blues

A Loft Conversion where New York meets Marrakech: eclectic Bedroom by Cathy Phillips & Co
Cathy Phillips & Co

A Loft Conversion where New York meets Marrakech

Cathy Phillips & Co

What a perfect spot to hide away from the worries and troubles of everyday. This quasi-cave like space is oozing with warmth and richness. Using navy blue in small details means the room still looks open, yet retains its moody vibe The cleverly attached lighting to the attic ceiling also adds to the charm. You can just imagine sitting in bed with a warm glass of tea or cocoa and sinking into the plush bed linen.

Stormy Greys

Guest Bedroom: modern Bedroom by STUDIO[01] LTD
STUDIO[01] LTD

Guest Bedroom

STUDIO[01] LTD

A white and grey colour scheme is eternally elegant and classic. Of course, if you choose, you can add and remove accents of colour depending on your mood with a base as neutral as pictured. Straying away from the intrinsically modern theme that is usually used when employing such colours, the designer has chosen a more lavish setting. The padded headboard and knitted throw blanket play off perfectly against the structured photo frames and geometric wardrobe.

Pretty In Pink

Richmond : mediterranean Bedroom by kt-id
kt-id

Richmond

kt-id

Generally speaking, flower patterns are added on throws and cushions. But if floral accents are your weakness, why not add a feature wall? Here, you can see the designer has expertly placed the strongest feature of the room behind the bed and behind that amazing headboard! To create unity and balance in the space, they have subtly highlighted the pale blue in the wallpaper through the soft furnishings and finer details in the room.

Kitschy & Cute

Girl's bedroom / Mayfair, London: modern Bedroom by FADI CHERRY | design studio
FADI CHERRY | design studio

Girl's bedroom / Mayfair, London

FADI CHERRY | design studio

Why not have a little fun and inject some personality into your bedroom design? A relatively neutral colour palette is brought to life with clever patterned monogram pillows and some kitschy wall art. Be mindful that less is more; don't go over the top with details. Add slowly and make sure accents balance correctly against one another otherwise, you may end up with a mismatched mess. With this look, you can feel glamorous everyday!

For more bedroom inspiration see: ’5 very different bedroom designs Bedroom ideas or, if you're in need of a chair, have a look at some great Bedroom chairs

Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd

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