Are you planning to update your bedroom decor, or maybe even start a renovation from the ground up? This post is all about inspiration! We’ve collected a list of 40 bedrooms that span a huge range of styles from contemporary to classic, eclectic to minimalist, and everything in between – a little something for everybody. Whether you’re looking for creative accent wall ideas, different bed frame designs, or just want to check out some neat color palettes or fresh decor motifs, you’re sure to find something for your sketchbook in one of these breathtaking retreats.
| Visualizer: Joseph Tucny
Geometric latticework, dramatic lighting, and understated decor all transform this otherwise industrial bedroom into a sophisticated retreat.
| Visualizer: Stefanie Chapman
Intricate boiserie and delicate wrought iron details make this bedroom look lighter than air. The indoor house plants help bring the outdoors in.
| Visualizer: Albert Mizuno
With backdrop like this, a straightforward interior is the only way to go – the furniture is comfortable and stylish without upstaging the beautiful view outdoors.
| Visualizer: Third Aesthetic
This interior also takes a simple approach, using natural motifs to match the verdant balcony with its hanging planters and potted trees.
| Designer: SJB
Vibrant, unique furniture makes this bedroom stand out from the rest.
| Visualizer: Ziza V
Designed as part of a hotel concept, this creative space uses minimalist features to frame a unique window at the end of the room.
| Photographer: Andrey Avdeenko
The picture windows and deep mezzanine offer a dramatic setting for the drums – sometimes the best interior design for musicians is simply having wide open space to work.
| Visualizer: Tatyana Ryltsova
Moving away from purely scenic homes, this space makes a big impression with its illuminated bedroom wall texture.
| Visualizer: Basel Durgham
Here’s another take on the same wall panels. Although this room has plenty of strong overhead lighting, the wall panels are better for setting a calmer mood in the evening.
These wall panels don’t include their own lights, but their subtly tilted facets do a wonderful job of catching the light from the window and the recessed fixture behind the headboard.