Start the search for your perfect look with our bedroom pictures. Each one will provide a jumping-off point for different aspects of your room. From inspired storage to playful pattern treatments; from dressing the bed to wow-factor windows.
Scroll on to discover more ways to create a dreamy room for sleeping – and don't miss our bedroom ideas gallery for more beautiful boudoirs and expert design advice.
1. A modern bedroom with an abundance of spring florals
Evoke the spirit of an English summer garden with the latest blooms springing up on wallpapers fabrics, rugs and ceramics. Sleep among the flowers, lavishly draping a curtain of painterly fabric over a four-poster and frame it with another floral pattern on the walls. Bring it all together with blocks of colour in complementary tones on the bed and floor.
2. A pale bedroom with warm and tactile furniture
Mixing pieces from different periods brings a layered feel to this bedroom. A Georgian side table, an antique wooden mirror and a modern classic Gubi lamp make happy bedfellows.
3. A small bedroom with abstract-patterned headboard
Play with scale in a low-ceilinged bedroom with a generous abstract-patterned headboard in glowing tones. Complementary neutrals keep the scheme cohesive while a large grey-painted chest grounds the look.
4. A patterned bedroom with an Indian summer influence
Teal and sugar pink strike a cheerful note against soft grey to create a restful bedroom scheme. Bold motifs on fabric and wallpaper in a heady mix of pink and red evoke a sultry feel.
5. A summer bedroom with green upholstery and furnishings
In this restful scheme, colour and pattern has been concentrated on the bedlinen, upholstered headboard and coronet curtains, successfully drawing attention to the elegant bed. Additional bold green accents bring cohesion to the space.
6. A modern bedroom with a wabi-sabi influence
Japanese designs on furnishings make a statement in an otherwise understated scheme. In this bedroom, a boro-inspired bedspread creates an eye-catching focal point.
7. A tropical bedroom with palm-print wallpaper
For those looking to indulge a love of colour and pattern, this whimsical palm design with its deep sunset pinks and fresh greens serves as an exuberant focal point. Plain bedlinen keeps the look balances, while a shell pendant hints at distant shores.
Photography/ Jake Curtis
8. A sculptural bedroom with enriching textures
Wrought-iron furniture with slim, pared-back lines is a good match for heavily patterned wallpaper as it doesn’t detract from the room’s focal point, while headboard cushions, luxurious linens and a beautifully plump eiderdown soften the look.
Photography/ Jan Baldwin
9. A coastal bedroom with a breezy palette of blues
For a cosy fisherman's cottage feel, try a new twist on tongue-and-groove by taking it up to picture rail height and painting it in a shade that complements the colour of the chambray curtains and upholstered headboard.
10. An English style bedroom with botanical-themed wallpaper
Exuberant patterns and rich colours are enthusiastically embraced, bringing a wonderfully cosseting feel to this country house bedroom. Modern art and a simple bed frame prevent the overall effect from feeling overpowering.
11. A modern bedroom with bold and distinctive designs
An oversized headboard is a stunning way to make the most of an exquisite fabric. Here, it creates a striking focal point against deep blue walls, while an Indian Kantha quilt adds another layer of interest to the inviting mix of textiles on the bed.
12. A botanical bedroom with delicate plant motifs
From arboretum-inspired motifs to hothouse plant life, foliage takes on a fresh look this season. An intricate botanical fabric acts as both a decorative bedhead panel and a pleasing focal point.
13. A tonal bedroom with an earthy ochre headboard
The earthy ochre of the linen headboard and the pinch of ginger in the cushions, against a tropical pictorial wallpaper, evoke the memory of faraway shores.
14. A bedroom with a dark feature wall and delicate details
In this calming, sophisticated space, subtly textured fabrics and a delicate blossom artwork in hand-turned brass are set against deep olive-green walls for maximum impact.
15. A bright bedroom with Shaker-style furniture
Serene, inviting and comfortable, this bedroom, with its simple Shaker-style elegance, needs little additional adornment, but is freshened by some ultra-pretty floral wallpaper.
16. An indigo bedroom with shibori designs and denim tones
Sumptuous layering of texture and pattern is the key to this serene blue-and-white bedroom scheme. A bold headboard fabric creates a focal point, complemented by a curtain and cushions in similar shades, while the valance and throw add essential warmth and softness.
17. A relaxed bedroom with horticulturally themed decorative flourishes
Yellow is a wonderful colour for the bedroom, making the start of every day feel like a sunny one. The simplicity of this scheme is embellished by a floral curtain on the bed frame, hung using brass eyelets and leather thronging for contemporary country style.
18. A soft pink bedroom with playful geometrics
Playing with scale is a striking way to add depth to a room scheme. Here, two different sized prints from the same collection have been used on the divan and headboard, giving a sense of unity. Pair with soft, washed linen for an inviting touch.
19. A country cottage bedroom with a smart choice of colour
Setting an upholstered headboard and matching valance in a bright gingham against a muted backdrop will allow the bold colour to sing out, making the bed the focal point of the room. Accessories in the same vivid accent colour will add depth.
20. An indigo bedroom with small-scale backdrop
In this oasis of indigos and blues, the small design of the wallpaper makes it appear to recede, bringing the more exuberant patterns on the bedspread and curtains to the fore. Oversized table lamps and the dramatic four-poster bed have an architectural dimension that lends structure to the scheme.
21. A bedroom with hits of canary yellow and emerald green
Lift a neutral bedroom scheme with the introduction of accessories in acid yellow and fresh grass green. Pieces such as this painted rope stool and wool throw add textural interest.
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