The 8 Most Beautiful Bedroom Design Trends Of 20 Realtorâ®

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Adding color and texture in the kitchen can help make the space feel more inviting. “While homes with all-white kitchens can be beautiful in photos, they are hard to keep clean and they may sell for less money,” says Zillow home design expert Kerrie Kelly.

Homeowners are gravitating toward medium and light wood cabinets, particularly with flat fronts and clean lines. The warmth, texture and natural element wood cabinets add help make the space feel more inviting.

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Well it turns out the bedroom is quite the hub of activity these days – we’re spending more time in it and we’re doing more activities in it – because we’re treating it as our haven; as a place of calm, and for some of us, the only room where we can get some peace and quiet.

But don’t get rid of your cart just yet! Experts predict a shift toward coffee carts, which can be equally trendy, but far more practical.

‘There is a desire for the home to be designed with more individuality. With this in mind, the bedroom should be the most personable space within the home,’ says Andy Briggs, head creative and resident interior designer for Spaceslide. ‘You can effortlessly achieve uniqueness by mixing and matching bedroom finishes – something we’ve already seen our customers doing with our popular three panel doors, with a variation of textures being chosen to create a bespoke look that incorporates the latest fashions.’

Photo by Su Casa Designs “Bedrooms that are oasis from the chaos of everyday life will be huge this year,” predicts Chicago designer Rae Duncan. “It’s not about having a TV screen in front of your face anymore; it’s about escaping and being with yourself and the people you love.”

Photo by eleven11DESIGN Ready or not, florals are back in bloom. Designers predict they’ll be big in the bedroom, in contrasting colors (especially in bold jewel tones) and large, oversize patterns.

Wellness for the home has emerged as a standout trend that focuses not just on what we buy, but how to curate a happier and more mindful space. ‘For a soothing bedroom that promotes relaxation and recalibration, decorate in soothing shades of lilac and grey, plump for tactile fabrics and introduce sleep-promoting scents like lavender,’ advises McCowan Hill. ‘To help disconnect and re-energise, keep screen-time to a minimum and weave in 10-15 minutes of meditation twice a day.’

Research from the Sleep Council’s 2017 Great British Bedtime Report revealed that more people are buying bigger beds. The number of respondents who bought a king sized bed increased from 20 per cent in 2013 to 32 per cent in 2017, indicating a change in consumer behaviour. Sales of standard doubles still make up the bulk of sales (47 per cent).

Interior design experts predict floral prints in bold, contrasting colors will make a big comeback in 2018, particularly on large billowing fabrics, like drapery, as well as chairs and throw pillows.

While perfectly staged bar carts look beautiful, most people don’t use theirs every day. Instead, the carts take up space and collect dust.

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“I love taking the upholstered headboard to new heights, literally,” says Gretchen Kennelly, an interior designer and owner of Gretchen Kennelly Design Group, in San Diego. “I love to do a fully upholstered wall behind the bed to create a soft, cozy space and an extra layer of texture in the room.”

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Ancient Japanese tradition wabi-sabi is the 2018 interiors trend that celebrates authenticity and imperfection. A simple way to achieve the wabi-sabi look is through an imperfectly made bed, which lends a relaxed and casual look to your bedroom.

Not feeling committed enough for paint? Swap out your dated ceiling fan for a dramatic chandelier or drum pendant.

Home design trends come and go — and in 2018, one look that’s on its way out could actually cause your home to sell for less.

Photo by Amy Noel Design”Luxury is back in a big way,” says designer Mark Cutler. Think: fabrics such as mohair, velvet, cashmere, and faux fur, and color palettes of rich, saturated jewel tones.

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If you’re a DIYer, you can even create a rustic chic look by upcycling old barn doors or benches. Or take an entirely new twist by hanging a large vintage map or custom painting, or cover the entire wall with a soft fabric.

Photo by FrontDoor CommunitiesCeilings will be seen in 2018, designers say, whether wallpapered, gilded, or painted a bold hue.

Forget statement walls — 2018 will be about statement floors. From bold colored geometric tiles to soft herringbone-style hardwoods, expect to see fab floors everywhere next year, especially in bathrooms and laundry rooms. They’re a great way to make a small room pop, without adding clutter.

‘In terms of more traditional bedroom design, this style of décor is taking a “less is more” approach with visually quiet, painted wood grain effect furniture and clean lines being used to create a timeless feel, even in the modern home. No longer should you look towards decorative pediments or cornices, instead opt for more transitional shapes, colours and designs.’

‘What’s important when following the wabi-sabi way is authenticity, staying true to oneself and celebrating life’s flaws. Beds can messy and crumpled rather than primped, plumped and tucked. Homes are homely. Natural fabrics, frayed edges, uneven surfaces and unfinished asymmetrical objects are commended and brought to the fore.’

What kind of drawer pulls and light fixtures do you want with those wood cabinets? Matte metal! Homeowners are moving away from shiny silver- or gold-accented kitchen hardware — they can make the space feel cold.

Expect to see more color in kitchens next year, especially if the homeowner is planning to sell. Zillow data shows homes with blue kitchens sell for $1,800 more than homes with white kitchens.

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‘Did you know that fitted furniture will create significantly more storage space thanks to its tailor-made qualities? Creating up to three times more space depending on application, fitted furniture is set to be huge in 2018 able to fit around you and your home: rather than remain a fixed shape and/or size,’ explains Bodsworth. ‘Providing you with an undefined level of creativity when deciding on the design and interior arrangement of a custom fitted wardrobe, new options like “his and her” drawer fitments for personal storage, innovative compartments, hanging rails, shoe and trouser racks and specialist pull-out shelving should definitely be on your 2018 bedroom wishlist.’

From design to lifestyle influences, take a look at the biggest bedroom trends for 2018.

But how we style and decorate our bedroom is important, too. Simon Bodsworth, managing director at Daval, says in terms of aesthetics, the bedroom will be ‘comfortable and restful, simple and opulent and unquestionably bespoke’, explaining that there has been a notable resurgence for tailor-made furniture over ‘off-the-peg’.

Photo by Modern Organic InteriorsNo, not your mama’s wallpaper that you spent hours—nay, days—scraping off. Today’s prints have modern flair and intricate designs that fuse with any style, from glam to bohemian.

You’ll see designers and bloggers painting their kitchen islands navy blue or deep red (maybe even purple!) or using white countertops to contrast with medium or light wood cabinets.

If you want to ease in with this one, try removable wallpaper, or papering just one wall for a patterned accent.

“Floral prints have always been popular, but this year we’ll see them veer away from feeling incredibly feminine and more toward an interesting, funky vibe,” says Erin Davis, lead designer of Mosaik Design & Remodeling in Portland, OR. “Think contrasting colors and casual, bohemian styling.”

Succulents are easy to care for and relatively affordable, but so many other vibrant indoor plant options are out there. Nobody’s saying to toss out your beloved Haworthia, but do consider incorporating other plant varieties into your home — perhaps a palm or hearty fiddle-leaf fig.

‘While hygge has dominated as an approach to interiors in recent years, 2018 is all about wabi-sabi, which is an easy, carefree concept to apply,’ says Mike Stephen from Apollo Blinds. ‘Wabi-sabi finds beauty in imperfection. Life isn’t perfect, our homes aren’t perfect – and that’s okay.

“This creates a style that’s cozy, not cold,” says Monica Mangin, host of Lowe’s DIY webisode series “The Weekender.”

From warm reds to caramel browns to soft beige, moodier color palettes, both on walls and in artwork, will be popular in 2018.

“Incorporating Gen Z yellow in a bedroom gives you unlimited possibilities,” says Nikki James, the design studio manager for homebuilder Ashton Woods Dallas. “You can make it as simple as a few throw pillows and curtains, or you can bring in an attractive yellow reading chair, a fun piece of yellow art, and some stunning lamps with yellow bases. The options are truly endless.”

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Create your own oasis by banning electronics, creating cozy sitting areas, and adding room-darkening window treatments to keep yourself cocooned from the world outside. Now that’s a trend we can get behind!

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The bedroom is a place of rest and relaxation, and the room that eventually sends us into a deep slumber. Interior designer Julia Kendell says ‘the focus for the year ahead will be on functionality in the bedroom’, which brings us to question, how exactly do we use this space that is constantly referred to as our sanctuary?

Try this trend in linens, rugs, upholstery, or even window treatments—or if you’re feeling especially wild, add floral wallpaper to an accent wall.

“From creative moldings and interesting coffers to fantastic paint and plaster treatments, the ceiling has become another surface equivalent to the complexity of a Persian rug,” says designer Ana Cummings. “No room will be completely finished without a ceiling treatment.”

Photo by Clifton Interiors LtdDitch your tired, old headboard, and experiment with the new crop of head-of-the-bed accents such as accent wallpaper, painted decals, or textured wall tapestries.

‘Practical and indulgent features such as a pull-out tea tray that disappears when not in use, slim line link drawer solutions, leather interior inserts and felt-lining are a prerequisite in the bedroom for 2018,’ reveals Bodsworth. ‘Creating an added sense of luxury through form and function is where we will see the most development. Simple touch control operation and integral lighting systems, along with custom-made accessory space for belts, shoes, jewellery and integrated media device power points are all key considerations for the bedroom this year.’

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Bodsworth explains: ‘Conservative design with modern clean lines is currently defining the contemporary bedroom furniture market this 2018. Highly tactile, textured handles are being considered for depth and character, with integrated accessories such as full length mirrors and lighting being built-in to the front of wardrobes for added value and practicality. Evoking texture, depth and character, we are noting combinations of Grey Oak and Blonde woods.

Photo by Shaw Coates This sunny color has taken over the runway and is now making its way into our homes as the new darling of interior design. Risk-taking homeowners love how the hue can make any room feel happy—and isn’t that what you’re looking for in the boudoir?

‘Amidst our fast-paced lives, our bedrooms are one of our most sacred downtime spaces, yet so often they are overlooked and not conducive to a good night’s kip,’ says Wayfair’s resident style advisor, Nadia McCowan Hill. ‘In 2018, we predict all will want to take back this sacred space to help better rest and recharge.’

Our fave shades include Sherwin-Williams’ 2018 color of the year (Oceanside SW 6496), an intense blue-green, and regal Ultra Violet, Pantone’s color of the year for 2018.

Punch up your bedroom style a notch—and create a dreamy retreat—with a new set of textured linens. Or paint your trim and walls in similarly jewel-toned hues for a luxe, tone-on-tone feel.

This look has been popular for a while, but it’s on the way out, according to the Zillow Home Trend Forecast.

Repeat after us: In 2018, your bedroom will be boring no more. If you’re looking for some quick ways to shake up your sleep sanctuary, we’ve got you covered. Read on for of-the-now inspiration that’s certain to take your boudoir from dowdy to downright dreamy.

If you dig a more contemporary style, consider a concrete accent wall in a master bedroom. Just make sure to balance it with accents such as walnut-stained ceiling beams, whitewashed wood floors, and soft bed linens to warm things up.

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Photo by Michelle Chaplin Interiors Love it or hate it, this versatile composite is making a huge splash this year.

Here’s a look at five design trends you’ll be seeing more of in 2018, and three it’s time to kiss goodbye (especially if one of your New Year’s resolutions is to sell your home).

Add texture with sisal or patterned prints, and score major bonus points for choosing a floral pattern (yep, that’s back in, too—more on that later).

In research from online bed retailer, Time 4 Sleep, one in five Brits (21 per cent) feel that their bedroom is a more comfortable space to relax in than other areas of the home. For us, the bedroom has always been a relaxing sanctuary and a retreat to escape the hustle and bustle, so it’s unsurprising that’s it’s now becoming a hub of activity. The research revealed that reading (59 per cent), watching TV or a film (41 per cent), scrolling through a phone (40 per cent), talking on the phone (21 per cent) and listening to music or podcasts (20 per cent) are the top social activities adults are likely to do in the bedroom.

It’s easy to regard the bedroom as a design afterthought. After all, how many people actually see it? But you do spend a third of your life in there—it should be a retreat from the chaos of the world outside. And designers are always coming up with new ideas to improve the space.

“A unique light fixture can provide that pop you need without breaking the bank,” says Kayla Hein, creative director at Modern Castle.

“Wallpaper adds a layer of depth and interest to any space, and is available in amazing textures, colorful stripes, geometrics, and countless other options,” says Charleston, SC, designer Leigh Meadows-McAlpert.

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