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In a Florida guest bedroom, designer Tammy Connor covered twin headboards in Matteo’s nubby Knot throws to amp up texture. She also made a graphic pattern on the wall out of vintage spools of thread.

White & Grey Lots Of Silver White & Blue Faux Rock Wall Beige & White

Even the tiniest bedroom can be a stunner if instead of denying the lack of space, you embrace it. Here, Holly Dyment Design fills a micro-bedroom with bright, happy color, pattern and texture. 

In a Florida pied-à-terre, walls in Benjamin Moore’s Salmon Peach contrast with curtains in a green Norbar Fabrics linen and a Dash & Albert rug.

Here’s a cottage bedroom that shows off all of the wonderful aspects of this perpetually popular decorating style: a colorful quilt and lots of throw pillows, pretty iron bed, floral patterns, vintage furnishings, and most of all, a welcoming, comfortable and peaceful vibe. 

I assume that we all agree that this bed is superb. This bedroom is very well put together and creates an extremely rustic look, if you are into that sort of thing. I love how the texture and color of the bed frame fits in so well with the neutral color of the walls. To give the room a little bit of an elegant touch, those hanging mirrors were added, which you can pick up at almost any retail store.

Sometimes, you can be surprised by a color combination that seems questionable, but actually works wonderfully to create a gorgeous bedroom. Case in point: this orange, blue and brown stunner from Jonathan Adler. 

Don’t be afraid to combine a variety of patterns in your bedroom. As long as you stick with a controlled palette and choose patterns in different scales, the look can be quite harmonious, as this room from Lucy and Company demonstrates. 

There’s so much gorgeousness going on in this room from Woodson & Rummerfield’s House of Design, it’s hard to know where to start. The beautiful salmon pink walls? The gorgeous peacocks and flowers mural? The bed, with its crystal-clear posts? Or perhaps it’s all of these factors put together that make this bedroom so stunning. 

This beautiful neutral room is about as bright as it can get. Featuring that beautiful bench and storage area at the end of the bed and the leather platform king sized frame. This room is filled with neutral colors such as white, grey, and tan. It works with all decor and is extremely pleasant to look at. I would love to have this as my own bedroom.

It’s pretty clear that the statement piece in this bedroom is the hardwood flooring design. It has kind of a tiger stripe color design and it matches wonderfully with the color of the walls behind the bed.

Notice how each one of those recessed wall spaces has a light to accent each one of them? This is very simple to do and it gives you a ton of lighting. Side note: check out that ceiling light. Love it!

Is your bedroom small with a low ceiling? Then take a trick from Blackband Home & Design, and use wallpaper with thin vertical stripes to open up the space. 

If you have the space, go for this look. It’s very traditional, uses very simple colors, and even the furniture is basic. You have your armchairs in white, ottoman in beige, platform bed in beige, and a white comforter. In combination with that beautiful hardwood flooring, it makes for a pretty stylish and traditional bedroom.

Who wouldn’t look forward to bedtime if it meant crawling into a bed as gorgeous as this four poster beauty? When you have a unique piece of furniture like this, the rest of the room can stay simple. This lovely room is from Heather Scott Home & Design. 

Your bedroom is your private space, so feel free to show off your personality. Here, Anne Coyle Interiors decorates a wonderfully eclectic bedroom with plenty of color, pattern and style. 

I almost want to think that this room belongs to Beetlejuice. That black and white striped ottoman really catches my eye and fits in rather well with the black and white couch, bed, and nightstands. Above the bed is a beautiful floral picture, giving the room an even more feminine touch to it. You can easily recreate this room with some black paint, white rugs, and a very open imagination.

Stylist Shelly Turner decorated this fresh and airy midcentury modern bedroom in blue and white, perfect against the brick walls. 

This beautiful bedroom from Combined Interiors highlights the power of pastels. Soft and serene, pastels are perfect for a bedroom where color is desired, but not too much of a dramatic statement. So pretty.

This beach cottage master bedroom from The Good Home proves that a space can be both casual and pulled-together lovely. Notice how the small shots of bright orange liven up the room, while the mismatched bedside tables prove that there’s no need for an all-in-one-purchase bedroom set. 

This bedroom is rather simple, but there is a whole lot of romantic atmosphere going on in here. The light color of the hardwood against the dark color of the dresser creates a calming area to relax in.

The bedspread features beautiful red flowers and red throw pillows, and since red is the color of love, it fits in well with the overall atmosphere.

Top off your headboard with a sizable piece of artwork, and your bed will get the attention it deserves. Don’t make the common mistake of hanging the art too high above the headboard—just a couple inches is enough.

Here’s a bedroom from Amber Interiors that shows off the power of texture to liven up a very subdued color scheme. Notice the varied textures in the rug, window shades, light fixture, bedding and bench. 

Despite the name, wallpaper is a great option for more than just walls. In this model home, Perkinson Homes demonstrates the power of a wallpapered ceiling to transform a room into something special. 

Love lots of color in your bedroom? How about a riot of pattern, a sense of humor, an artistic sensibility, and a love for global influence? If your answers are “yes,” then you are a fan of the boho decorating style, displayed beautifully in this colorful bedroom from The Jungalow. 

A stunning headboard surround nearly as large as the wall turns a rustic bedroom into a showstopper. 

Designer Jamie Herzlinger decorated this master bedroom in elegantly glamorous French style. Ornate trim, plenty of gold, expensive fabrics, and a sense of the traditional all play a part in this somewhat formal style.

 This bedroom would be pretty without it, but the addition of the gorgeous, uniquely colored chandelier takes it several steps beyond mere prettiness and into the stunning zone. That’s the power of a fantastic lighting fixture. This lovely room is from RSVP Design Services. 

A custom settee covered in cobalt fabric brings a surge of life to the master bedroom in a 1930s Georgian home. The headboard and Roman shades are in Chelsea Editions’ Gold Vine.

There’s a wide range of styles here, all adding up to a truly lovely space. The Asian-inspired wallpaper sets a pretty backdrop, while the chrome shine of the bed and side table spark up the black walls. The unexpected old-style trunk shakes things up a bit, while the black and red curtains create drama. 

This wonderfully subdued Moroccan-influenced bedroom from designer Taylor Borsari is entirely neutral, and yet filled with interesting pattern and texture. Stunning. 

Bedrooms can often be the forgotten room in your home because no one else sees it — but it should be the exact opposite, because it’s the one space where you get to recharge. With 100 different designer styles, there’s an idea for everyone here. And if you’re also seeking inspiration for other areas in your home, our bathroom and living room design galleries have hundreds of gorgeous tricks to steal.

To me, this room almost reminds me of a very stylish loft in an upscale apartment building. It has a very old look to it, especially with that sliding barn door panel, which is a very easy look to recreate. There are a lot of neutral colors going on in here, making it very easy to work with in terms of decor and furniture.

Beige is an extremely neutral color and easy to work with. You can throw some beige paint on a wall and use any other color to decorate with and it would still look nice. In this case, we have a beige headboard, beige and white carpeting, white stools for sitting, and a white and beige comforter. It is definitely one of the more neutral rooms on the list, but affordable and easy to acquire.

There’s nothing worse than trying to do something in a dark bedroom, like getting dressed, reading a book, or just relaxing. This bedroom has the perfect amount of lighting for the color of the furniture. That chandelier mixed with the can lights and hanging lights make for one beautiful atmosphere for doing just about anything. That upholstered furniture also makes a great sitting area for reading or relaxing without using the bed.

When a room’s furnishings are very symmetrical, as in the room shown here, it lends the space a rather formal style. But by keeping the palette limited and peaceful, and the furnishings soft and interesting, the formality mellows into tranquility. 

This bedroom has a very country look to it, especially with that wrought iron bed. This type of bed was very popular back in the day and they are still as beautiful as ever. Above the bed is a huge beam that has sheer curtains built into it. It gives the room a very elegant look and may make you feel like you’re in your own little space if you choose to let those curtains free.

Rich and delicious, chocolate is as tasty a color as it is a candy. Case in point: this soothing, warm, and elegant bedroom from Rugo/Raff Ltd. Architects. The strong brown walls aren’t too dramatic, but instead, are like a warm hug. Lot of white keeps the room feeling open and airy. 

If you room isn’t big enough and you have a basement that is not being used, try turning it into a giant master bedroom. This basement features a beautiful white column and plenty of seating space. In a large area like this, you can put so much in it and make it any style you want. Since basements tend to be dark and not easily lit by natural light, those can lights are perfect for that atmosphere.

“Stunning” is not synonymous with “lots of stuff.” In fact, an open, airy room with just the right blend of color, pattern, interest, and personality is the most stunning room of all. For proof, just check out the lovely yet simple master bedroom from Amber Interiors shown here. 

Wow. If you’ve ever had any doubt that it only takes one or two fabulous accessories to elevate a room from attractive to stunning, then this glorious space from Shabby Slips should dispel all questions. The ornate baroque mirror over the bed, couple with the formal chandelier, truly turn this black-walled bedroom into a decorating win. 

Why settle for a solid accent wall when you could have colorful stripes? Here’s an easy way to add color, fun and interest to your bedroom. This lovely room is from Lucy and Company.

If you want a bedroom that reflects pure luxury, like this stunner from Eagle Luxury Properties, you’ll need a magnificently designed headboard like the velvet, tufted number shown here. 

This stunning bedroom from designer S.R. Gambrel was spotlighted on Architectural Digest. It’s decorated in a traditional fashion, but the wonderfully unique artwork—each with a different wilting flower—takes it in a contemporary, rather whimsical direction.

There’s a reason blue and white is one of the most popular color combinations for the bedroom: it works. Peaceful, versatile enough to complement any decorating style, easy to accent: this palette is a winner. It’s also a good color scheme for a tiny bedroom, as demonstrated here by designer Hernandez Greene.

Here, Tucker & Marks Design prove that country style doesn’t have to be cutesy, overly casual, or anything less than stunning. Rustic wood, warm color, traditional patterns… this room gets everything right. 

Think black walls are only suited to caves, Goth looks, or overly-dramatic teen girls? This stunning room from McCroskey Interiors might change your mind. Notice the white ceiling: that’s the key to keeping black walls dramatic, not depressing. 

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This list definitely has a lot of white bedrooms. This one, however, features that jaw dropping leather sleigh bed. It does a great job with breaking up all of that white. At the foot of the bed is that sitting area that looks like it’s either plastic or glass. Either way, it’s pretty spectacular looking.

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Well there you have it, 55 completely unique, stunning, neutral, and colorful bedroom ideas. If you need to do something a little different with your bedroom, but aren’t sure where to start, this is the best place. Some of these ideas are over the top and some are as simple as going to your local WalMart to get the decorations. It all depends on how creative you want to be and how simple or over the top you want to get. If you enjoyed this list, feel free to share it and leave us a comment.

This stunning bedroom was once the upper eaves of a church. Today, it’s a testament to the power of a show-stopping and unexpected focal point – or as in beautiful bedroom from Periwinkles Design, several focal points in the form of stained glass windows. Every aspect of this simple, colorful bedroom is sheer perfection.   

This room looks like something straight out of That 70’s Show. It has those brownish orange furnishings, like the bed, dressers, and armour. It’s accented by the orange area rug, which makes the furniture look even more orange than it really is. Personally, this is not a color scheme that I would go for, but if you like orange, I say go nuts.

Rather than turning your whole bedroom into something that’s completely blue, try using just a bright blue comforter like the one we have here. The walls are a grey color, which can make the room seem darker, but when combined with this bright blue bedspread, the room gets brighter.

It works well with the whole room and even with the leather bench at the end of the bed.

The petite scale of the Colonial-era house required designer Jill Sharp Weeks to abandon symmetry and overlap one of the master bedroom’s windows with the king-size bed. The upholstered headboard is by Restoration Hardware, and the lamps are from Ralph Lauren Home.

What’s not to love about this serene bedroom from Christine Huve Interiors? The rustic ceiling beams, the tranquil color scheme, the comfy seating area, the handsome headboard, the sculptural lighting fixture… it all adds up to one glorious room. 

With eight walls to work with, Charleston decorator Angie Hranowsky softened harsh angles with a bold Élitis wallpaper. A sculptural Room & Board canopy bed adds some geometry of its own in a neutral white.

A family home’s master bedroom “has a cocooned, tree house feeling,” says designer Chloe Warner. Oly’s Willa bed is topped with shams in a checked pattern by Chelsea Textiles and a lumbar pillow in a Lee Jofa linen.

While traditional style never goes out of fashion, it does get updated to contemporary tastes. Here, McCroskey Interiors does it right. Touches of shine, simply-styled yet boldly patterned window treatments, the sunburst mirror, and the intriguing small shell table place this traditional bedroom firmly in current times. Stunning. 

Red is the color of love, so why not give your room some red walls and spread the love all over the place. This room features red patterned walls, beautiful tan sheer curtains, tan bedding, and red throw pillows on the quaint little couch. You can also see the dark colored, stylish dresser and bed frame that just make the whole room come together in pure romance.

Grownups can have pink bedrooms too. Colefax and Fowler’s Bowood wallpaper covers the walls and ceiling of a townhouse bedroom. A pink shade tops Thomas O’Brien’s Paolo sconce, matching the monogrammed linens and tufted bench.

If you want your bedroom to look similar to one of those that would be in a famous actresses or singers house, this would work. This room is completely white with tan accents on the furniture. It is extremely Victorian Esque. This would be one of those rooms that you would have to put a lot of money into, unless you can find all of the furniture at an antique shop.

Beautiful window treatments add a lot of color and pattern to a space. In this traditional master bedroom, McCann Design Group choose pink and salmon floral drapes topped with valances to light up this mostly neutral room. 

Want to turn your master bedroom into a stunner? EJ Interiors shows you an easy way to do it: add plenty of luxurious glamour in the form of mirrored surfaces, plush velvet, and soft faux fur. 

This bedroom features a lot of bright blue and white. This would be the ideal space for a teenage girl to enjoy. The baby blue walls create a lot of extra light in the room because of how well it reflects. There are also those mirrored nightstands that add a little bit of chic to the room. I love how there is the little sitting area in the space to the right. It is the perfect place to sit and read a book while enjoying the natural sunlight.

If you like the way your room looks, but it just seems to be missing something, why not try something new and out of the ordinary. You can create this reclaimed wood wall out of just some repurposed wood. It brings a lot of rusticness to the room and gives it a very homey atmosphere. Not to mention, it’ll be rather easy to hang pictures on it and it won’t ruin your walls.

It’s pretty clear that the main focal point of this room is the hardwood flooring. This beautiful multi-colored hardwood is beyond stunning. It gives the room a nice glow and works well with all of the brown furnishings.

The cool thing about this room is that they left enough space for a desk over by the window while not looking crowded. This room is about as modern and traditional as it gets.

Sometimes, it’s the unexpected touches that transform a room from so-so to stunning. Here, Eric Olsen Design show off a fabulous rustic carved wooden headboard and vine light fixture. 

I’ve said it before, but one way to make a room look bigger is to add mirrors to it. This room, since it is painted black, can seem very dark and small. What they did was they added some mirrored nightstands to make the room appear longer. One piece of furniture in here that I really love is the canopy bed-it’s very beautiful.

Don’t overlook a DIY project. Justina Blakeney designed the curvy headboard with built-in nightstands for her “Jungalow”. The bed is dressed in a Matteo duvet cover and a vintage Moroccan wedding blanket. The rug is by Blakeney for Loloi. The ceramic pendant lamp and artwork are vintage.

This stunning bedroom from Phoebe Howard is full of pattern, but still beautifully serene. The trick is sticking with a muted, limited palette. 

A master bedroom designed by Elizabeth Kennedy and Ray Booth celebrates softness. It features an upholstered headboard from Joseph Company and bedding made from Rogers & Goffigon fabrics. Two skirted chairs by McAlpine for Lee Industries sit beside a custom steel-frame mirror, hand-silvered by R Squared. The ceiling fixture from Remains Lighting is one of several lanterns in the house.

This contemporary take on cottage decor from Benjamin Dhong Interiors shows how cheerful and fresh a yellow and green palette can be. 

Looking for an unusual touch to transform your room into something special? Why not take a tip from designer Tobi Fairley and paint your ceiling with bold stripes? This wonderful bedroom is decorated in green and coral, but you could choose any strong color for a similar effect. 

This black and white themed room has a very artsy feel to it. Check out the unique nightstand that almost looks like a bird cage. There are also beautiful black and white pictures hanging on the wall, which help bring that art feeling to life. Paired with this is the black upholstered bed frame that may be easily recreated with just a few materials.

Designer Nina Farmer layered shades of gray with autumnal colors in a New England home’s master bedroom. The walls are now sheathed in Phillip Jeffries’s soothing silk-and-abaca wallpaper. The custom Roman shades are in a Holland & Sherry print. A Circa Lighting ceiling fixture casts a warm glow reminiscent of the golden leaves on the river birch trees that line the property.

This bedroom is extremely elegant, but also very basic at the same time. There’s just something about the simplicity of this room that makes it to appealing. Beige is a popular color for those who want to remain very neutral when it comes to their decor. The one thing that stands out is that purple velvet chair and ottoman. It’s a great idea for bringing some color to the room without overpowering it.

What we see in this bedroom first is obviously that there is a lot of white, but behind all of that white is a beautiful grey upholstered headboard. At the end of the bed we see that upholstered bench. This is an ideal spot to sit down to take your shoes off after a long day. On each side of the bed are those brass desk lamps that give the room that sophisticated professional look. This would be a very easy design to accomplish.

The neutral palette throughout a South Carolina home is maintained in the master bedroom, where Michelle Prentice chose Kravet’s Wild Silk for the curtains. The four-poster bed is from Hickory Chair. With its many mirrored surfaces, “the room sparkles so much at night, it feels lit by candlelight,” the designer says.

If you want to create a truly relaxing bedroom, you can’t go wrong with the softest tints of green. For proof, check out the lovely space shown here, from Meg Braff Designs. 

Soft peach walls are flattering to every skin tone, work well with just about every other color, and complement most decorating themes. This pretty room is from Jenny Keenan Design.

A contemporary bedroom provides plenty of opportunity to spice up the decor with touches of personality. Case in point: this gray, cream and black master bedroom from Cuckoo 4 Design. While it would still be a gorgeous room without them, the animal print throw pillows, gold “Texas longhorn,” and potted banana tree (this one is faux, but they do grow indoors) really raise the decorating bar up high. 

When it comes to bedroom design, neutral colors like brown and cream can be every bit as glamorous as more vibrant hues when combined with luxurious materials, curved lines and interesting accents, as in the bedroom shown here. 

Is your bedroom looking a little bit on the bland side? I can completely relate to this. My bedroom has been the same for almost three years and I am certainly ready for a change, but I haven’t been completely sure of myself as to where to start with it all.

If you are in the same predicament as I am, check out these 55 ideas to revamp your master bedroom. Some of them are easy to do and some may take a little more work, but in the end, you can have a stunning creation to call your bedroom.

If you are looking for something rather unique, check this room out. Behind the bed is a beautiful faux rock wall, which looks like it could be linoleum. It creates a wonderful look and sets the tone for the entire room. The furnishings are all that light brown color, which works very well with the plain color of the wall. To add a little bit of color to it, there is that painting above the bed and blue throw pillows.

It’s hard to beat the romantic flair of a canopy bed, especially when the rest of the bedroom is equally soft and luxurious. So pretty. 

Here’s another green and blue room, but this time the walls are a much lighter blue and we have white pillows with blue flowers on them. Behind those pillows are sage green throw pillows resting upon a greenish-blue comforter. Notice on the nightstands there are clear green lamps and that green picture frame. They work beautifully against the rest of the blue.

Chalky black walls, a bed piled high with cozy bedding, a chandelier dripping crystal pendants and a simple display of one flowering branch… this bedroom is both minimalist and glamorous. 

Loving modern farmhouse style doesn’t mean you were born in a barn. It means you enjoy the warm, casual, yesterday-made-current vibe of this a-little-bit-country, a-little-bit-vintage look. Here, a lovely bedroom from design firm Anne Sneed welcomes you inside. 

Does your teenager need more room? Do they want a space of their own? Why not convert part of your basement into their bedroom! This small space has just enough room for their bed, a chair, some nightstands, and maybe even a desk. It is blocked off from the other part of the basement with some pretty impressive doors and given enough light with those can lights and that hanging center light.

Sloped roof in an attic bedroom? Play it up, as in this lovely space from Andrea Schumacher Interiors. Simply attach a length of pretty fabric to the ceiling with a curtain rod, drape it gently over the bed, and then secure it over the headboard with a second curtain rod. So pretty.  

Sara Gilbane Interiors uses an over-the-bed valance to add a huge dose of drama that isn’t overly brash or loud to this stylish master bedroom. 

If your daughter is anything like mine, she’s all about fashion. This room is extremely classy and fashionable, making it something that all of her friends may envy her for. The wallpaper features spiraled designs to go along with that very abstract mirror on the wall. With the fur, pink pillows, and white accents, any child would be impressed with this room.

Open, airy and fresh: that’s the all-white bedroom. Just be sure to use a variety of textures to add interest to the room. 

Orange and black isn’t a common color combination for the bedroom, but after a look designer Tobi Fairley’s creation here, you’ll wonder why it isn’t used more often. 

There’s just something so warm and welcoming about vintage style. Whether you decorate your entire bedroom with vintage pieces, or just add one or two, the result is a restful retreat that welcomes you home at the end of a long day. 

A stunning bedroom needs a stunning bed as the centerpiece. That means throw pillows displayed to perfection. While there are many ways to arrange your pillows, you can’t go wrong with the classic Euro shams in the back, regular shams in the middle, two or three throw pillows in front. 

What a fabulous Mediterranean-inspired bedroom from Jones Clayton Construction. The old-world formality, luxurious materials and overall attention to detail makes this room a winner. 

“This room was inspired by Charleston’s eclectic history as a melting pot of various cultures and religions,” designer Cameron Schwabenton says of a 1770s guesthouse. A vintage Bottega Veneta suitcase sits against the rough plaster wall, and the linen and raw-silk canopy creates the illusion of a four-poster bed. The Douglas Balentine drawing over the bed is meant to serve as the room’s centerpiece.

Just because a bedroom is in a log cabin doesn’t mean it can’t be luxuriously gorgeous, as this master bedroom from Andre Pierce Architects proves so beautifully. 

If you really like the color blue, this room design is for you. It uses a lot of blue patterns, a lot of which seem to clash to me, but it still somehow works. There are blue carpets, furniture, curtains, and bedding, making it very bright and looking more open. Personally, my favorite piece in the room is the mirrored nightstand.

If you are looking to upgrade your bedroom to something more contemporary, this is in the ballpark. This room features a beautiful mirrored black bed frame with a huge white upholstered headboard. Next to it are mirrored black nightstands and a dresser. Pulling everything together are bright white walls to make the room pop.

Nothing says romance like a canopy bed. The gently draping panels on the bed shown here (the room is decorated by Blackband Home & Design) are quite simple, but add a touch of soft sensuousness to an otherwise serene bedroom. 

Love color and Pattern? Then you’ll love the cheerful and gorgeous bedroom from Taylor Borsari Inc. shown here. There’s a whole lot of color and pattern going on in this bedroom, but because the palette is limited to red, yellow and green, and the pattern is nicely balanced in scale, there’s nothing chaotic or overly-stimulating about the space. 

This bedroom has a lot of style to it while remaining very minimalistic. Check out that beautiful poster bed with the spiral posts. Against the gold accents and sitting furniture, that dark wood stain pops out wonderfully. The other thing that I want to point out is that chandelier. It’s very simple, but still makes a great modern luxury statement piece. It’s also something you could possibly find at your local Home Depot or Lowes.

If you like the color white, prepare yourself for this design. This bedroom features a beautiful upholstered head & footboard and white upholstered button chairs. Is it me or does this room scream elegance? The all white really helps brighten up such a small area and the mirrored nightstand gives off a reflection, making the room appear larger than it really is. It’s also a very vintage look altogether.

It’s a little bit rustic, a little bit bohemian, a little bit industrial and a whole lot gorgeous. This terrific bedroom is from Orsman Construction. 

This contemporary showstopper from Jenny Wolf Interiors shows how beautiful gray can be in the bedroom. 

To create a calming atmosphere in a California vacation home, designer Frances Merrill brought in neutral colors, including a floor painted in Benjamin Moore’s Rockport Gray. A Blu Dot Dodu bed in oatmeal wool felt and boudoir pillows in Kerry Joyce’s Rigoletto velvet add texture, and the bedside lamps are from West Elm.

In a Hamptons bedroom by Lisa McFadden, two lively fabric patterns from Designers Guild call on a similar palette in different scales. The tulip print, Mei P’ing, graces the twin beds and Roman shade, while a geometric fabric covers the benches.

Neutrals are inherently soothing, making them perfect for bedroom design. But sometimes, an all-neutral color scheme can be a bit blah. If you want to spark up your own neutral space, take a tip from this lovely room from the blog Nesting Place. Here, it’s a touch of pink in the flowers and pouf, but you could substitute any favorite color. 

This bedroom from Robin Pelissier Design highlights the power of metallic accents—here in the wallpaper and bedside cabinet—to glitz up a space. The purple upholstered headboard is another gorgeous touch. 

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In the master bedroom of a Charleston guesthouse, the custom cypress platform bed has a roll-out trundle for guests with children. The hand-blown-glass chandelier is by David Taylor. The fur pillows were made from a vintage Pierre Cardin coat.

“Stunning” is in the eye of the beholder, of course, and different people love different decorating styles. But one element that is quite common in gorgeous bedrooms is an impressively tall headboard, like the one in this bedroom from Megan Winters Design. 

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Sometimes, a simple change in bedding can make a huge difference in a bedroom. In this case, we have a beautiful white quilt with a wave-like cut to it. It features stitched floral and leaf patterns. Since it is white, it has the potential to coordinate with a huge variety of styles, no matter what look you are trying to create.

Pink and green is a lovely and classic color combination for not only girls’ bedrooms, but also feminine master suites. The secret, as demonstrated here by Megan Winters Design, is to choose traditional or classic styles of furniture that look sophisticated, not overly young. 

In a Nantucket beach house, the master bedroom walls have a decorative cross-glaze paint finish by Audrey Sterk, and an armchair by the window is the place for taking it all in.

Perfectly paired linens bring this elegant master suite together. The exterior canopy and bed skirt are in Manuel Canovas’s Solange fabric, and Leontine Linens’ bedding has a curvaceous border that visually anchors the bed in the ethereal space. Tufted armchairs upholstered in Holland & Sherry’s Kensington wool felt face a TV that slides out from under the bed.

Designer Lindsey Coral Harper piles on patterns in her Manhattan bedroom, with Quadrille’s Bali Isle wallpaper and a Jayson Home chair covered in Madeline Weinrib’s Daphne ikat. The Madison headboard from Lamshop is upholstered in Kravet’s Guilty Pleasure. The wardrobe and stool, in a Duralee fabric, are vintage Milo Baughman. An Ikea armoire has hardware from Nest Studio.

Want to add some sizzle to a neutral bedroom? Then layer an oh-so-bright area rug over the floor, even right on top of wall-to-wall carpet. Martha O’Hara Interiors lights up this room with the hottest of pinks, but you could achieve the same effect with any other intense bright. 

Zoffany wallpaper frames a niche in a colorful Texas home’s guest bedroom. Antique furniture and white bedding balances out the bold walls.

Sometimes, all it takes is a couple of well chosen accent pieces to transform a room from ho-hum to stunning. Here, Liquid Interiors used a glorious wooden screen in place of a traditional headboard, as well as unique spiky pendant lights, to create a small but beautiful master bedroom. 

Looking to add elegant drama to your bedroom without spending a fortune? Hang a set of curtains over your bed, as in this sophisticated space from Summerhouse Interior Design. You’ll get decorating bang without spending a fortune. 

Whether you completely surround your bed with drapes, don’t have any drapes at all, or simply hang panels at the head of the bed, as in this master bedroom from S.B Long Interiors, a canopy bed adds so much drama to a room. 

Architectural flat-file cabinets in his small bedroom give owner John Mayberry a surface for drawing as well as storage for completed works.

Decorating with the cool colors of blue, green and purple, as in this cute room from Lucy and Company, keeps a bedroom feeling restful, even if it’s quite colorful. 

This bedroom features a whole lot of silver furniture. These pieces sit ever so beautifully along a grey wall with white accents. It offers a lot of reflectiveness for light to bounce off of, creating a bright atmosphere. I love how the bed frame is shiny and offers a lot of style while being so modern. Lucky for you, if you decide to go with this color scheme, you can add more colors to the room without it clashing.

Canopy beds are often formal or old-fashioned in style, but as Marika Meyer Interiors shows here, a shiny chrome finish on a simple and contemporary shape takes an otherwise traditional master bedroom right into the modern age. 

Even the most traditional bedroom benefits from a little walk on the wild side… here in the form of a zebra-print bench. This model bedroom is from Spinnaker Development. 

Just because a room is decorated entirely in neutrals doesn’t mean it can’t be filled with contrast, interest and even a wide range of color. Check out this beautiful bedroom from Marie Flanigan Interiors and see for yourself. 

Every bedroom benefits from a touch or two of metallic shine, but if you want to create a stunning bedroom, take metallics all the way, as in this feminine, beautiful space from EJ Interiors. 

While this Maryland home features soot gray walls, a regal canopy adds a fanciful touch to a girl’s bedroom. Glass nesting tables from Donghia offer a sleek contrast. Nevis curtains by Lady Ann Fabrics are trimmed in a Samuel & Sons pom-pom fringe.

In an Atlanta cottage designed by Shon Parker, a vintage Ralph Lauren Home bed rests on an antique Afshar rug; the ceiling is in Benjamin Moore’s Woodlawn Blue.

Here’s an idea that works equally well in both very large bedrooms and studio apartments. Position a loveseat or pair of comfortable armchairs at the foot of the bed, along with a small table. Now you have a seating area for relaxing, chatting, or reading. The beautiful bedroom here is from Possibilities for Design Inc.

If you like things that shine, you’ll love this design. It features a lot of silver and is very mirror oriented. The mirrors help make the room look bigger, even though it is rather small. There is good use of vertical hardwood flooring, making the room seem longer. The headboard is also something that I could see myself making and using as my own.

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If you have a large window in your bedroom, here’s how to make the best of it. That sunlight beaming in and bouncing off of those bright walls gives you all of the natural lighting that you could ever need. Those high ceilings also make the bedroom look a lot larger than it really is. If you can’t fix the ceilings, just roll some bright paint on the walls and take advantage of that big window.

A combination of traditional, formal English style and the casual, natural vibe of the many tropical lands colonized by Britain in centuries past, the British Colonial style is truly the best of both worlds. 

These are two colors that don’t generally mix well together, but in this room, they do. This room features that lovely green and white bedspread on the bed against a dark blue wall. The brightness of the comforter seems to bring more light to the room with those darker walls. Along with the white sheer curtains and the white area rug, it’s a pretty bright room.

Whether your room is small or large, whether you prefer a casual or a formal decorating style, whether you fancy the newest trends or the tried-and-true classics: your master bedroom should be your favorite space in your home. After all, where else do you get to be completely, absolutely yourself? If you’re wondering how to create the master bedroom of your dreams (like the stunning space from McCroskey Interiors shown here), here are all the tips, tricks and inspirational photos you’ll…MORE need.

Designer Phoebe Howard takes the canopy bed to new heights in this glorious bedroom. Who wouldn’t feel like royalty sleeping in such a magnificent bed?

Crowning the bed or over a dresser isn’t the only spot to showcase artwork. Use a large hanging to create interest on an open wall, as in this room from Blackband Home & Design.

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There’s nothing stodgy about traditional decor when it combines color, pattern, textures and shapes as skillfully as this beautiful master bedroom. Perfect.

One of my favorite color schemes is black and gold, which is why I like this bedroom set up so much. This room features a beautiful gold patterned wall. Against it is an elegant black buttoned upholstered head and footboard. To top it off, there is that awesome fluffy carpet underneath everything.

This smaller bedroom is definitely brightened up by the white of the comforter. It does a very good job of accenting the headboard and those hanging lights on each side of the bed. Those are something that you could probably find at your local retail store for a decent price. Everything else about the room is pretty much very simplistic and easy to accomplish.

With its old-world charm, warm colors, elegant and impressive furnishings, and overall luxurious and yet welcoming vibe, it’s no wonder that Tuscan style remains a decorating favorite. 

I love the black and white look. There is just something about those two colors that make a room look so elegant. This particular room features a black leather headboard, black desk, black and white nightstands, and a black shag area rug. This room, especially with the completely random accent pieces, is extremely modern and simple to do yourself.

Mix together an Old-World-inspired traditional vibe, a contemporary sensibility, and a dose of masculine flavor, and you end up with this stunning bedroom from Jeff Andrews Design. It’s proof that when done right, dark walls, lots of wood, and a neutral palette are anything but gloomy or dull. 

This traditional country bedroom is full of charm. From designer Meg Braff, the room is full of soft color, pretty patterns, and comfy fabrics. So inviting. 

This soft and sublime bedroom from Tucker & Marks Design shows off a bit of Asian influence in the patterns on the bedside lamps, wallpaper, and bench, but the furnishings and color scheme are traditional in style. 

If your favorite color is orange, this room is certainly for you. It features these orange walls, orange and white patterned curtains, orange accents, and orange paintings. The only other colors that break the orange are white, black, brown and other small miscellaneous colors. There’s so much orange here that it reflects off of the hardwood, making that look orange as well. Its unique, no doubt, but belongs in the 1970’s.

Gray used to be an uncommon color for bedroom design, but today, it’s prized for its serene and calming vibe. In this room, Lucy and Company show off the peaceful and pretty combination of gray and white. 

Designer Christina Rottman describes this Santa Barbara suite as “one of the most luxurious guest bedrooms I have done.” Cozy bed-curtains in Martyn Lawrence Bullard’s Senja fabric outfit the custom four-poster by Gregorius Pineo terra, providing a warm contrast to the black-and-white prints around the room.

Here, a contemporary take on country shows off the power of white. It provides the perfect backdrop for a striking black bed, and only requires a few colorful accents to liven up the room. 

If you like the color pink, this is the room for you. This very modern bedroom design features that buttoned upholstered headboard attached to the platform frame, which is also upholstered. Surrounding the bed are very pink walls and a beautiful white carpeted area.

Thrown in the mix are also some very traditional brown dressers and nightstands. This isn’t something that you see everyday, making it rather unique.

The most cheerful color of the spectrum, yellow lends its happy vibe to any room it graces. In this airy, fresh master bedroom, Meg Braff Designs uses yellow and white to create a cheery, welcoming space. 

Here’s a contemporary take on the ever-popular beach bedroom from Anne Becker Designs. The blue and white palette, clean lines, and lack of fuss keep the space fresh and airy. Suspending the bed with iron “ropes” is an outstanding touch. 

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In a pattern-happy home, Anne Maxwell Foster and Suysel dePedro Cunningham covered the bedroom walls in Sandberg’s Raphaël wallpaper. A Tilton Fenwick for Target headboard is upholstered in the duo’s Jax fabric for Duralee.

There’s quite a bit going on in this bedroom. You have the printed curtains, brown and white walls, white armchairs, black shelving and those navy blue plaid pillows. They don’t really go with the flow of the room, but they have a way of brightening up the furniture that it rests upon.

Honestly, this is something that I would expect to see in my grandparents guest room.

Not everyone likes to play it safe in the bedroom when it comes to design. This bursting-with-personality master bedroom from Studio Ten 25 shows off its owner’s personality to a tee. So wonderfully quirky, dramatic and full of fun.

Here we have another example of blue against green. This is a very beachy themed bedroom, which makes sense for the color combination. The country style bed and dressers work well with the sage green curtains against those bamboo shades. Those whole room is very lightly colored, which gives it a ton of light.

This room is rather beautiful and I’m loving those giant mirrors on each side of the bed. They have a way of bringing a stylish look into the room while making it look larger. The other feature that really makes this room stand out are those bright green curtains. It works well against the black and white accent pieces throughout the room without making it look clashy.

This room is almost completely neutral, with the exception of those funky colored curtains. This room features a greyish wall, white furniture, wooden beams, and multi-colored curtains. Those window treatments are definitely the main focal point of this room, bringing in a splash of color and individuality.

Walls in Benjamin Moore’s Clearlake are overlaid with a white-palm motif in a Florida bedroom. A portrait of the designer’s mother holding her dog hangs over the canopy bed.

If your master bedroom is large enough, take advantage of the extra space with a seating area, as in this room from McCroskey Interiors. An area rug defines the space and adds extra interest to the room. 

There’s nothing froufrou about this black and brown bedroom from Marie Flanagan Interiors. What a wonderful room for a single man, a couple who prefer a strong style, or any woman who isn’t wowed by the traditionally feminine. 

Soothing dark neutrals are one way to decorate bedroom walls, but if you want to create a little more interest than paint alone, consider wallpaper with a limited palette and interesting design, like the vining floral used here. 

For a wind-scoured, airy feel, designer Tammy Connor gave a beach house bedroom a queen bed made of recycled wood. Framed shore-bird prints from Antonio Raimo Galleries hang in a tight grid, and vintage hurricane lamps were turned into reading sconces by John Turner.

Decorator-to-the-stars Jeff Andrews created this opulent bedroom for Kris Jenner. While hers may not be faux, you can get a similarly luxurious look by tossing a pretend-mink blanket across the foot of your bed.  

Here’s a nautically-themed bedroom done right. No overly-cutesy, take-the-theme-too-far kitsch in this thoroughly grownup bedroom from the thinking closet. Instead, a nod to the theme with blue and white stripes, just enough boat-related accessories, and a couple of throw pillows with nautical motifs. Perfect.

Lilac runs throughout a Park Avenue apartment, including the master bedroom’s custom headboard and hummingbird wallpaper by Cole & Son. Linens from Restoration Hardware cover the bed, and the swing-arm light is from Vaughan. Pottery Barn’s Duncan Diamond rug adds a neutral counterpoint to a room filled with pattern and color.

If you have a smaller bedroom, bright colors are going to be the best way to make the room brighter. In this room, they decided to use a blue and white theme. All of the furniture is a beautiful bright white and the walls are a pale blue color. Everything in the room matches and it all forms a pretty elegant room without having to spend a fortune.

If you are somebody who appreciates a little romance in your bedroom, you’ll love this design. This room features a lot of brown and white. It is very simplistic, but those candles and flowers set the mood for some romance. The main feature that I want to point out in this room is that dark wood hardwood flooring. This brings the whole room together and mix in that white furniture-absolutely beautiful.

A touch of global influence—in this bedroom from Taylor Borsari Inc. it’s Moroccan—spices up a room and adds a hefty dose of interest. 

I love all of the colors in this bedroom. The baby blue walls mixed with the beige and white accents and comforter give this room a truly elegant look. There are some very unique and vintage looking side tables that match those large ceiling accents. The hardwood floors are absolutely stunning and when paired with everything in the room, including that gorgeous chandelier, makes for a very unique sleeping area.

Since basements are usually used for storage or other things, making one part of it into a bedroom could work if you have the right tools and right idea, such as this one. They uses one part of their basement as a bedroom or guest room and simply separated it with the use of curtains and a large rod.

Blue is a very popular bedroom color because the lighter it gets, the more sunlight reflects off of it. This room may not have blue walls, but it does have blue accents such as pillows, bedding, and pictures. It works well with the neutral color of the wall and brings a little bit of a pop of color to the room.

Ever wondered what would happen if you mixed country design with a touch of Hollywood glam? Well, wonder no more, because Alexander James Interior Design has answered the question for you with this stunning master bedroom. 

I absolutely adore this bedroom! It’s small, but there is a lot of detail packed into it and all of these things are easy to acquire. That wooden chest at the foot of the bed is something to really talk about. It’s the perfect storage area for blankets, pillows, and whatever else you need out of sight. The comforter style on the bed also brings a very feminine touch to the room. The other thing that stands out to me is that rustic chandelier-gorgeous!

This room has kind of the same color scheme as the last one, but this one is a little easier to pull off if you are on a budget. This headboard looks very easy to make yourself and with only a few pieces of material and a little bit of skill. This bedroom would be perfect for a guest room or a teenage girl’s’ room. The one piece in here that I love is the white carpet. It does a very good job of brightening the room up.

Here, we have an extremely elegant sleeping area. It is extremely decorated, which means that it would take a while for you to accomplish this look, especially if you were going to copy that canopy above the bed. This room also features that sitting area with the lovely overstuffed couch. This is a perfect resting area for when you want to relax, but aren’t quite ready to get into bed yet. If you want to spoil your child, this would make a great bedroom for them.

Potted plants help purify the air and lend a relaxing vibe to the bedroom. Up their decorative power by going full-size, as in this bedroom with large potted banana trees. Other options are palms, ficus, and dracaena. 

If you want to make your room stand out, here’s how you do it. You acquire the materials to make this green upholstered headboard and the bed skirt, then you find that blue patterned rug on the floor, those blue patterned curtains, put it all together and there you have it. There’s definitely a lot going on in this room and to sum it all up, there’s that huge chandelier that looks rather vintagy.

If you want strong color on your bedroom walls, but don’t want to lose the peaceful vibe so conducive to sleep, you can’t go wrong with deepest blue, as in this beautiful bedroom from LGB Interiors. 

One way to add serene beauty to a bedroom is with natural materials. This bedroom shows off several: twigs in the light fixture, worn wood on the walls, faux fur on the footboard stools. Botanical artwork continues the natural theme. 

In his designer Mackay Boynton created a dramatic backdrop for the bedroom by hanging a valance from the ceiling and along the wall and lining the canopy in a navy-and-white lattice-patterned fabric. The coverlet is an antique suzani, and the monogrammed shams are from Pottery Barn.

Whisper-soft blue on bedroom walls is so peaceful and soothing. In this room from At Home In Arkansas, pastel blue provides the perfect backdrop to a contemporary bedroom with the slightest hint of country style. 

Graceful prints and a muted palette lend quiet intimacy to a guest bedroom in a mountain getaway. The walls and valances are in a Brunschwig & Fils hound-dog toile. An antique needlepoint of terriers watches over the room.

Here’s how to do purple in the master bedroom the right way: choose softly muted shades of lilac, lavender or plum, and then add in a sophisticated neutral to chase away any potential “child’s bedroom” vibe. Here, Barlow Reid Design Inc. used silvery gray with soft purples to create a sophisticated master bedroom.

This is another room that has very bright orange walls. Bright walls aren’t a bad thing, though. It makes the room very bright This room also has a lot of windows in it, so if you have a lot of windows in your room, bright colors will make it a lot lighter. One thing that stands out to me is the cute little chest at the end of the bed. It’s extremely vintage and just fits with the whole scheme of the room.

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“Stunning” is an apt description of this elegantly beautiful French country bedroom from Tucker & Marks Design. It’s the perfect blend of pattern, subdued color, rustic elements, and just-enough-luxe fabrics. 

This swanky stunner shows off Hollywood glam or Hollywood regency style. Luxe fabrics, plenty of shine, a showstopper chandelier, and an overall sense of expensive style are hallmarks of this dramatic look. 

The restoration of a Charleston guesthouse revealed traces of blue pigment on the original lime-washed walls, which inspired the palette of a guest room.

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