Photo Gallery: 100+ Gorgeous Bedrooms
Designer looks from houses, condos and lofts.
An Art Deco-style desk (by design icon Barbara Barry) and gilded antique desk chair are elegant counterpoints to the contemporary cool of a squared platform bed and mod table lamp. A palette of greys and browns feel restful, while a stand-out throw adds drama.
Historical sophistication and touches of glamour play nicely in this principal bedroom, which is in a century-old Georgian city home. Painstakingly restored plaster mouldings add subtle visual interest to the neutral walls, while an ornate, Eastern-influenced statue and Barbara Barry table lamp pick up on the gilded design on the headboard. An upholstered bench and velvety throw pillow are lighthearted but luxe additions.
The principal bedroom of this Toronto triplex-turned-family home is a soothing retreat. An exposed brick chimney breast provides a hit of warm texture to the bright, white space, while the tiled firebox brings colour and playfulness. An ornate picture rail makes a pretty headboard for the minimalist bed.
The principal bedroom in this Toronto neo-Colonial is all about the view — the homeowners skipped window treatments and kept the walls almost totally adornment-free so the space would feel “like sleeping in a treehouse.” A Missoni throw adds upbeat pattern and colour, which is accentuated by a pair of Jieldé lamps. An antique Bijar rug gives the spacious room a hit of global style.
In designer James Davie‘s principal bedroom, purple doors and an oxblood red leather bed frame come to life against neutral walls. “It’s just what you’d want in a nighttime room,” he says. “Rich and enveloping.” An ornate lamp feels luxe, while the side table it’s sitting on is fronted by repurposed metal grates.
This sunny principal bedroom features a deft mix of high and low; the industrial-inspired reading lamp and upholstered headboard are chic touches that elevate a basic Parsons-style nightstand. Artfully rumpled linen sheets have a sense of casual luxury, while underfoot, a faux sheepskin rug warms up light wood floors.
Designer Betty Theodoropoulos used a tone-on-tone palette to give the principal bedroom of her downtown Toronto home the feel of a restful retreat. A patterned wallpaper adds a whimsical fairy-tale feel; its botanical motif is reflected in the eye-catching light fixture.
Sky blue on the geometric rug and bedding, along with a large yellow cushion, add life. Antique Gothic-style wooden doors contrast with modern elements in this bedroom.
Tour the rest of this beachy bungalow in our Online TV segment.
Grey and white looks divine with green accessories. In this space, patterned bed linens are complemented by coloured shams. A recovered armchair formerly in a living room looks right at home next to the accent table.
A flax-coloured sham and earthy headboard suit the dishevelled imperfection, as do leaning artwork and books scattered beneath the bed.
In designer Joel Bray’s condo bedroom, panel mouldings add depth to what was once a plain room. The cornice was carried across the window to give a clean finish.
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Artist, writer and entrepreneur Alexandra Bennett wanted her bedroom to be tranquil, but couldn’t resist the arresting blue and green wallpaper by Lene Toni Kjeld.
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A coffee table that might otherwise appear in a living room works well in this bedroom. Tidy stacks of books look like art and keep treasured titles on hand
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“Rather than the commitment of wallpaper or a typical painting, I wanted to add texture, frame the bed, and add depth and richness to the room,” says designer and TV personality Lisa Rogers. Textiles on the bed add colour.
Little luxuries like layers of crisp cotton bedding and a bamboo-silk rug warm up this principal bedroom.
A dramatic black wool area rug with a black linen banding creates a darker, moodier feel in Marilyn’s bedroom, popping against the crisp white blackout drapes. “Because of my weird [work] hours, my bedroom has to be a sanctuary — and it truly is,” she says.
In pop songstress Mary Zilba’s guest bedroom, a colour palette inspired by the outdoors connects the space to the surrounding scenery. Soft greys and browns add warmth.
An oversized upholstered headboard and large light fixtures fill this spacious room in Mary’s home. The grand pieces coordinate well with the high ceilings.
A soft putty-coloured headboard frames the bed. By keeping the room fairly spare, the focus is put on the lake views out the window.
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In artist Virginia Kelly’s bedroom, bold walls provide a contrasting backdrop to her own hummingbird painting. Mixing multiple shades of yellow pulls the room together.
A window ledge serves as the perfect place to rest artwork, vases and flowers in a tight space. Linen drapes, plush bedding and rich wallpaper enhance the luxe look.
A Louis bed, snapped up for $200 at a garage sale, sits in the bedroom of designer Sharon Mimran’s daughter. Drapery, linens and chandelier crystals in pale blue tones brighten the dark wood furniture.
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A simple palette of periwinkle blue and white works beautifully in this bedroom overlooking Miami. Off-centred artwork, also white, adds texture. Curtains can be drawn for privacy and to soften the light.
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o create an oasis of calm in a sea of chaos, homeowner Danielle Nicholas, of the W Network show Building Bryks, layered shades of white in different textures — a pin-tucked duvet, a faux-fur throw, crisp marble tile — to give the principal bedroom visual interest while maintaining a singular palette.
Designer Tom Scheerer opened up the attic in this small late nineteenth-century home and turned it into a beachy bedroom complete with a bathroom in the back. Aqua blue paint sets a serene backdrop for the white bedding and canopy. Vintage fixtures and dormer windows add character to the design.
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New York City philanthropist and socialite Brooke Astor approached legendary interior designer Albert Hadley to transform her bedroom with fabrics by Alan Campbell. She was madly enthusiastic about Campbell’s hand-blocked cotton prints. His designs were the foundation of the room’s springy pale green and ivory colour palette. The walls were clad in a small-patterned fabric that was applied like wallpaper. The green is anchored by white trim and a soft white carpet, keeping the room bright and fresh.
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“My goal in creating my bedroom was to be happy in it,” says photographer Oberto Gili, who used bold strokes of colour and oversized scale to convey the passion for the things he loves. Note how he hung his beloved objects — from the chandelier to birdcage and art — exactly where it pleased him, which makes the space not only look beautiful but feel deeply personal.
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Vintage bird prints hang everywhere in this guest room, known as “The Bird Room.” By placing the headboard against the window, designer Philip Mitchell was able to use a larger bed while keeping clearance under the sloped ceiling.
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Layer upon layer of pattern gives this principal bedroom, designed by Kishani Perera, a romantic vibe. The flea-market bed, redone in charcoal damask, now has a more youthful, modern feel. Keeping the damask, vintage polka-dot throw and chevron pillows in the same subtle blue-gray palette ensures the disparate patterns complement each other rather than compete. Tone-on-tone floral wallpaper, an opulent chandelier and luxurious sateen draperies complete the look of decadence.
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Lit by handsome tall original sash windows, the spare bedroom is home to an early-1800s teak village bed that was shipped back from Rajasthan, India. En route, it lost its tiles and broke to bits. It was reassembled in London by a master joiner, and homeowner Alistair Green scoured the city to find the new tiles.
In this pale blue principal bedroom by Sarah Richardson Design, an antique French bed and leggy bedside tables exude dignity and refinement. The armchairs were a winning find already upholstered in grey-blue linen.
Richardson chose a lavender colour for this ceiling to contrast softly with the red toile bedspread. Crisp, relatively unadorned walls are the perfect foil for an ornate mirror.
In this bedroom, Richardson looked to nature as her guide, setting twin antique brass beds against soft green walls and bedding. “This shade is a favourite of mine,” she says, citing a mossy stone wall visible outside the windows as inspiration for the palette.
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Designer and popular blogger Emma Reddington countered the light, ephemeral feel of this space with a rough reclaimed wood bed and bench. “The room itself is quite formal with the original fireplace, bay window and chandelier,” she explains. “But all of the furniture is informal, low to the floor and made of the most basic materials.” The throw pillows, for instance, are fashioned out of an old rug.
Homeowners Nadia Caron and Karl Dalery sourced and collected spruce barnboard planks for two years, ensuring they would be able to run the same flooring throughout their chalet-style house in North Hatley, Quebec.
In Claire and Bernard Rouleau’s bedroom at their Ayer’s Cliff, Quebec home, designer Daniel Brisset used a soft, restful palette. Stone floors and painted barnboard walls exude country charm.
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While many of us choose beige or off-white walls, interior designer Theresa Casey embraces the rainbow: “Colour is the easiest way to transform your space — you can have a wall come forward or recede. Sometimes a small room doesn’t have a lot of light, and you add a beautiful eggplant purple and voilà, your space is cosy and warm.”
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Linen in an attention-grabbing citrine injects a heavy dose of pattern into designer Sarah Callanan’s 260-square-foot bedroom. The queen-size bed takes up most of the space, so a small dresser and built-in were tucked under a three-foot-deep beam, and a new closet and laundry area were installed in one tidy corner.
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In the principal bedroom of designer Nam Dang-Mitchell’s Calgary home, an iconic double-armed Serge Mouille sconce functions as both lighting and art. A sleek upholstered bed offers a low-key backdrop for graphic black and white patterns. The Deco-style cabinet holds books and a TV.
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Mad Men actor and interior designer Bryan Batt featured this serene bedroom in his recent design book Big, Easy Style. The Benjamin Moore wall colour is appropriately named Sweet Dreams. The toile drapery and headboard add a touch of pattern, while white side tables, Jonathan Adler ceramic lamps and a white duvet offer crisp contrast.
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In this serene principal bedroom designed by Amy Lau, raised striations on the duvet are reminiscent of a sandy beach, complementing the ocean-inspired wall colour. A five-armed Serge Mouille sconce, meanwhile, loosely resembles the form of a starfish.
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The midtown Manhattan apartment of jewelry designer Barbara S. Gross is dark and dramatic, but this guest bedroom exudes a playful, feminine style. Painterly cherry blossoms printed on Clarence House wallpaper add a chinoiserie element. Wallpapering all four walls and the ceiling makes a large room seem small and cosy.
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Embellish a simple pillow by stitching a wool braid into a stylized monogram or trim a casual linen throw with cashmere embroidery for a custom look. Tailored wool drapes and an upholstered headboard mimic dapper men’s suiting, grounding the bedroom’s saturated teal walls.
In the principal bedroom of a Victorian reno, HGTV star and Toronto designer Tommy Smythe went with a mostly grey palette. To add interest, he combined grey patterns — a graphic charcoal rug, chevron bench, and duvet with Egyptian key pattern. A vintage glass light fixture also adds personality to the room.
In this luxurious bedroom by Montreal designer Julie Charbonneau, bedside tables built into a long headboard save floor space and create a cohesive look. Have a custom headboard designed to suit your own bedroom, extending it out to either wall or just enough to include two tables. Charbonneau layered the dark floors with a cosy rug and added even more texture with a luxe throw and grainy headboard.
Blue and acid green colours set a soothing tone in the principal bedroom. A flashy ceiling fixture and headboard upholstered in an iconic David Hicks hexagon pattern blend effortlessly with a pair of low-hung ornate sconces — the resulting mix is the epitome of Sasha Seymour’s ’70s Parisian-apartment vision.
Serene minimalism and muted tones create a relaxing atmosphere in a design duo’s bedroom. A luxurious upholstered bed frame keeps the look cosy and welcoming.
The neutral scheme found throughout Christine Ralphs’ home continues in the principal bedroom, accented with bold hits of black. A small mirrored desk reflects light below the window.
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Light and spacious, the principal bedroom, cosied up with a shag rug, offers a personalized hotel-like aesthetic for Michael and his wife, Luisana, who travel so frequently.
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Chamomile-coloured walls ensure a sunny feel year-round and are neutral enough to work with most decorating schemes. Add a little life with a quirky gooseberry wreath and a small pitcher of wildflowers bedside.
Montreal designer Julie Charbonneau went with a soft palette of taupe and beige for this feminine bedroom. The panelling on the lower half of the wall is painted darkest, upper wall colour a lighter shade, and the crown moulding a warm shade of white, drawing the eye upwards from the panelling. Charbonneau also added a bold black light fixture and curtain rod to ground the lightness of the room.
It can be challenging to make a bedroom with high ceilings warm and cosy, but Charbonneau pulled it off here. Position the curtain rod a few inches higher than the window to make the window seem taller, and choose a bed frame that elevates the mattress to balance out the high ceilings. A tufted ottoman and extra-high upholstered headboard also add warmth to the space.
Horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines play off each other, creating harmony in this quiet cottage-style space. A nature-inspired bedside vignette features a rustic handcrafted table and a sculptural branch lamp.
Creative couple Susan and William Brinson know colour and composition. Both graduates of the Savannah College of Art and Design, they chose to artfully mix the rough look of their Manhattan loft with feminine bedding and vintage accents.
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This Murphy bed uses a suspension system that makes it possible to lift with one finger. On both sides of the queen-size bed, a niche in the wall acts as a side table and is wired with a reading light. When the bed is folded up, homeowners Barbara and Michael Purdy use the freed-up space as a workout area.
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Designer Brad Ford deftly carved out an oasis of calm amid the chaos of urban living. In his bedroom, his dog Turbo relaxes on the low bed, which features built-in end tables and reading lamps, designed to fit snugly under the window.
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Designer Scott Yetman loves to integrate elements. Here, the wall that divides the bathroom from the bedroom is also a headboard. Drawing inspiration from the outdoors, Yetman chose an abundance of wood paired with shades of soft green, creating a upscale cabin look.
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“This master bedroom is a perfect example of restrained luxury,” says Yetman. “The Swedish-style furniture trimmed in gold, the solid crystal lamp completed with a custom-pleated shade, and the harmony of the silk damask pillow against the rougher more woven fabric of the bed are completed by a beautifully hand loomed, but natural looking carpet.
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To accommodate proper storage for the owner’s suits and jackets, the architect working with designer Kate Zeidler lined one full wall with white cupboards. American elm shelves along the top and side make them look less monolithic and add more book storage. A rolling ladder makes the upper cabinets accessible.
This home’s only bedroom illustrates Richard Ouellette and Maxime Vandal of Les Ensembliers‘ approach to decor: nothing matches yet it melds together effortlessly. Bird-print wallpaper acts as a neutral backdrop for modern ikat pillows and weathered-wood pieces.
In Christine and Ken Woolner’s bedroom, the damask wallpaper lends a more feminine look than the rest of the dramatic house. Designer James McIntyre kept the furniture simple with a bed upholstered in white velvet, elegant antique tables and simple art.
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These headboards are the focal point of this simple and sunny guest bedroom. A shared bedside table with multiple drawers saves space while providing visitors with extra storage.
Exquisite linens and a carved and upholstered headboard from Philip Mitchell Design Furniture make this an inviting guest room. The tongue-and-groove beadboard walls and ceiling add country charm.
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The lower-level guest suite of the 2011 Princess Margaret Showhome offers a private haven, perfect for a young adult. Like most of the furniture and fittings on this floor, the bed, chest and chair are courtesy of Ikea. A bold modern Pierre Frey damask-print wallpaper inspired the room’s raspberry accents.
A palette of creams and tans gives this bedroom a sophisticated, soothing vibe, while the stunning cane bed adds character and authentic French flair. Identical lamps sit on open and closed night tables, for a feeling of symmetry that’s not too “matchy.” A textured rug helps warm up the large room, too.
The bed’s aubergine and cream coverlet from France complements the room’s dainty chandelier.
A quirky lamp, with an English-pub feel, doesn’t look out of place atop the antique sideboard. The bright red rug breaks up the extensive wood with a pop of colour.
Shades of wheat, green and blue offer serene contrast to the dark stained walls and ceiling. Although wood panelling can sometimes make a room feel sombre, a large window floods the room with sunlight, keeping the overall feel warm and bright.
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Wraparound windows maximize views of Trading Bay and the Algonquin Highlands beyond. Clean lines, a Moroccan lantern and paisley-print bedding offer a contemporary take on a classic lodge look.
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This bedroom’s neutral palette allows the delicate floral bed frame to shine. A few pops of rich cerulean blue keep the look interesting without overwhelming the space.
This second floor bedroom was formally unused attic space. By adding a shed dormer, this new country-style room boasts a spacious layout and architectural interest.
The open ceiling in this principal bedroom enhances the airiness of the bright white space. Natural linen bedding gives the bed a soft, slightly rumpled European look. Mosquito netting is a charming accent — and a practical touch in the country.
An antique brass bed layered with a country quilt and tons of pillows is an inviting destination in designer Sarah Richardson’s holiday home. From polka-dots to paisley to floral and stripes, Sarah is a master at mixing unexpected textiles.
Dress up white cotton bedding with a quilt and accent pillows in the same bold crimson print at the head and foot of the bed only. Cheerful striped rugs temper the elegance of a four-poster bed.
The owners of this century-old lakeside home kept the original pine floors, which were in pristine condition. A splash of white paint brightens the room’s panelled walls, while the natural wood finish on the ceiling adds warmth. Contemporary lamps and bedside tables keep the look sophisticated.
The walls above the white tongue-and-groove wainscotting are a deep putty colour to complement the upholstery. The canopy bed feels cosy and contained, even without curtains.
Fashion veteran Paul Sinclaire’s bedroom reflects his parter’s love of old world English elegance without excessive details — apart from the couples’ three Brittany spaniels.
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Symmetry is key in homeowner Tanya Linton’s contemporary principal bedroom. To keep the space interesting, Tanya mixed prints and textures while keeping with the black-and-white scheme. Raw wood side tables and benches are casual and warm.
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Antique suitcases stacked underneath the bedside bistro table are a handsome and clever spot to stash extra linens and throws. To update the bed’s iron frame, the homeowner — Holt Renfrew stylist Heidi Lewis — covered it with pads and sewed slipcovers.
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In stylist Trish Johnston’s condo, the small (8′ x 11′) principal bedroom, the walls, Flokati rug and duvet cover are plain white to provide a tranquil backdrop. Trish builds on the neutral scheme with boldly coloured accessories such as the deep orange pillows and throw, and the taupe and pale blue patterned drapes, all of which can be easily changed when the mood strikes.
Watch an online TV tour of her condo.
In this principal bedroom, pinstripes create a tailored look, while a hide headboard adds texture. A modern glass lamp is the perfect foil for a woodsy side table. Enjoying the comfort of the bedding’s plush pillows is the homeowners’ American cocker spaniel.
A variety of patterns in this bedroom make a bold statement: the bird-motif wallpaper and Source UK’s Pom Pom rug, based on Japanese shibori, a tie-dye technique. The teeny bedside table is both charming and useful in this tight space.
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Homeowner Heidi Smith chose a standout pendant light for the principal bedroom, drawing the eye upward toward the beamed ceilings. White bedding with hints of subdued pattern is in keeping with the neutral palette of the cottage.
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Take cues from the poetic mix of flowing silk chiffon and chunky knits seen on the fashion runways and inject wistful charm into a sparely decorated bedroom by layering muddy hues in different textures. Perfectly rumpled linens dial down the fuss factor, while an ancestral portrait bestows a noble air.
In designer Karen Cole’s bedroom, two mismatched tall found cabinets stand on either side of the bed and act as storage units for socks and delicates. A large kilim-upholstered ottoman, layered atop a graphic Madeline Weinrib area rug, brings the home’s exotic feel upstairs.
A chocolate herringbone-patterned bedspread and taupe and toile pillows make this traditional bedroom appealing. “The gender-neutral decor is inviting and comfortable for my husband. It still has a softness but isn’t overly feminine,” says interior designer Sloan Mauran. South-facing windows bathe the room in sunlight, and elegant ivory silk taffeta curtains flank each side of them. Gold studs on the tufted bench add drama.
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Chinoiserie wallpaper mixes with a camp-style red point blanket to offer appealing tension and an upholstered headboard gets an edgy update with nailhead detailing. Classic lampshades on swing-arm lamps, while still pleated and pretty, swap out more staid shades for exotic brights. Bits of gold detailing throughout add a balancing dose of traditional polish.
Painting interiors a crisp white or soft neutral enhances the amount of light coming in from large windows. Here, views of Georgian Bay can be taken in from a comfortable window seat. Pale bedding and open side tables also keep the room fresh and airy.
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An exotic flat weave rug, polka dot bed skirt and upholstered headboard with nailhead trimming are bohemian but sophisticated, thanks to a crisp white duvet and neutral grey-white wall paint. A small gold side table doesn’t take up too much floor space, but still provides a spot for bedside essentials like a reading lamp and book.
Design consultant Alison Booth, owner of Booth Supply, reupholstered a chair from her grandmother in a bright polka-dot print and swapped white lampshades for matching blue ones.
An old coat rack that resembles the shape of a headboard makes a charming addition to this bedroom. Mismatched side tables enhance the casual aesthetic of the space.
Deep charcoal-grey paint adds depth to this bedroom’s panelled walls. Crisp hotel-style bedding enhances the space’s clean, streamlined feel.
In designer Theresa Casey’s bedroom, textured velvet wallpaper, a butterscotch silk headboard, fringed curtains and a Chinese silk brocade duvet transform the space into an embracing haven. The bowed legs of the mirror-topped bedside table provide visual breathing space.
See more of Casey’s projects in our photo gallery.
While simplicity reigns in this all-white bedroom, luxurious linens and a chenille upholstered headboard add an elegant touch.
Wallpaper framed in white painted trim is used in lieu of artwork above the bed, and can be switched up for a new look anytime. Black and cream Barbara Barry bedding furthers the room’s handsomely urbane aesthetic.
Sheer drapes, a tufted headboard and layers of watery blue, green and white bedding give this beach house bedroom design a soft, airy feeling.
It’s easy to go green in the bedroom: this sleek platform bed is made from salvaged maple and pine wood.
For more eco-friendly ideas, see our Photo Gallery: Green Design.
This bedroom’s formal style is tempered by the playful use of bold colour and pattern.
A moody blue-grey wall colour sets the tone in this serene and sophisticated retreat. The upholstered leather headboard with nailhead trim complements the refined, masculine look of the room.
Wood furniture combined with textured bedding in chocolate brown and mandarin orange add warmth to the rough look of the exposed concrete wall. A George Nelson Bubble pendant light offers timeless style.
A ceiling mounted canopy — made of the same fabric as the bed skirt — adds height and dramatic flair to this elegant bedroom.
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Layers of vintage velvet and silk bedding, French antique furniture and a crystal chandelier combine to create a luxuriously feminine space.
In this small condo bedroom, a maple platform bed smartly incorporates two built-in side tables.
A charcoal-grey painted wall defines this loft’s bedroom. The sandblasted glass half-wall offers privacy while allowing light through.
A hand-painted silk wallcovering adds a feminine touch behind a contemporary headboard. Mix-and-match bedding draws on the rug’s soothing palette of taupes, robin’s egg blue and chocolate brown.
An upholstered headboard, crisp white linens and diffused light from large windows covered with sheer curtains create a boutique hotel-style atmosphere.
Natural elements such as grasscloth wallcoverings, branch-shaped glass lamp and faux bois throw cushions in soft, watery hues add a calm and spa-like feeling to this pretty bedroom.