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Planning a new look for your bedroom? We have bedroom ideas galore to inspire you, whether you want a country bedroom, modern bedroom or traditional bedroom scheme.

  • Neutral bedroom with bright-blue accents

    Use textiles and tapestries as an alternative to pictures in a bedroom scheme. This wall hanging adds texture to the room while fitting in with the neutral decor. Bright-blue accents in a combination of patterns and block colours enrich the look.

    Similar throw
    Amara

  • Country bedroom with tweed bed

    Choose tweed for the ultimate in country chic. This upholstered sleigh bed is central to the scheme and it adds plenty of interest while keeping the look neutral. Colour has been confined to other textiles and the vivid artworks on the mantelpiece, which create a homely feel.

    Similar upholstery fabric
    The Millshop Online
    Similar armchair
    Habitat

  • Country bedroom with sleigh bed

    Make use of earthy tones to add colour to a neutral country scheme. Yellow, orange, red and brown all feature in this eye-catching stripey rug, which injects life into the room, while blending perfectly with the wooden finishes. Cushions on the bed add detail higher up, tying the whole look together.

    Bed
    Lee Longlands
    Cushions
    Art of the Loom

  • Modern bedroom with bookcase wallpaper

    Create a dreamy bedroom scheme with a trompe l’oeil bookcase wallpaper. Not much more is needed in this space – a white bed and bed linen keep the look simple but sleek. Monochrome cushions tone with the wallpaper and add interest to the foreground.

    Similar wallpaper
    Wallpaper Direct
    Similar bed
    Bedroom World

  • Rustic neutral bedroom with four-poster bed

    Mix and match modern and traditional styles. Four-poster beds are the ultimate in traditional, but this bespoke design has a very contemporary look about it, with its chunky dark-wood posts that make a statement against the neutral walls. Four-posters don’t have to be overly ornate – and this is a great example of that.

    Custom-made bed
    Y2DC
    Bed linen
    Gayle Warwick

  • Symmetrical country bedroom

    Take a hotel’s approach to decorating a bedroom and make the look almost entirely symmetrical. One side of the bed here is almost like the mirror image of the other, from the cushions to the bedside tables and table lamps. The plants are an exception, and show that there’s no need to get too bogged down in particulars.

    Similar bedside table
    Melody Maison
    Similar throw
    John Lewis

  • Elegant white bedroom with French bed

    Make a simple white scheme stand out with classic French-style furniture. With their raised feet, curved shape and ornate carvings, French beds will add a little luxe, without the need for colourful flourishes. Distressed finishes are very popular right now and keep the look current.

    Upholstery fabric and eiderdown
    Sarah Hardaker
    Similar bed
    The French Bedroom Company

  • Neutral bedroom with patterned curtains

    Add a statement piece – neutrals can become a little one-note without a few standout objects. Here, the bold patterned curtains and the artwork above the bed boost the style stakes in this bedroom. Stacked pillows are a great steal from hotels, and really do make the space look more inviting.

    Similar bed and bedside table
    Feather & Black
    Bedspread
    John Lewis

  • Pretty bedroom with feature wallpaper

    Hang a feature wallpaper on one wall of your bedroom to create a luxurious effect. The wall where the headboard of your bed is the best place to go for, as it is the natural centre of the room. Choose a design in a relaxing colour and print so that it doesn’t make your mind buzz before bed, and keep furniture white to let the design stand out.

    Wallpaper
    Nina Campbell
    Bed
    The French Bedroom Company

  • Country bedroom with fluffy faux-fur throw

    Create a warming country bedroom scheme with faux-fur throws and plenty of cushions – heaven for curling up on a cold night. Neutral paint on the walls allows flexibility when decorating, but provides a warmer look than white tones, which is especially important in a country cottage, where you want to feel snug.

    Cushions (on bed)
    The White Company
    Similar throw
    Oka

  • Serene blue bedroom with birdcage wallpaper

    Create a calming space for you to slumber with pale duck-egg blue on the walls. Blue is well known for its ability to relax the mind, so it’s ideal in a bedroom. Teamed with a striking wallpaper in a similar shade, this pretty scheme also features pale gold highlights in the curtain fabric and mirror.

    Wallpaper
    Nina Campbell
    Bed
    The French Bedroom Company

  • Monochrome bedroom with map wallpaper

    Decorate your monochrome scheme innovatively with an antique-map wallpaper. With its swirling pattern, it creates plenty of visual interest, a feeling of movement and reflects an interest in travel. The four-poster bed has been carefully chosen and its clean lines simultaneously manage to add wow factor to the room without stealing attention away from the paper.

    Wallpaper
    Christian Lacroix Maison for Designers Guild
    Similar bed
    Maisons du Monde

  • Compact bedroom with traditional gilt-edged mirror

    Create a sense of space in even the most compact bedroom by planning your storage needs carefully. This bedroom has a bespoke shelving unit that has been built around the headboard, which is ideal for keeping all those bits and bobs that would otherwise have no home. There’s not a huge amount of space to walk around the bed, but the addition of a full-sized mirror tricks the eye into believing there’s more room than there is. With its ornate design, it makes a gorgeous feature, too.

    Similar mirror
    The French Bedroom Company

  • Rustic bedroom in Highlands-inspired country cottage

    Earthy tones in the bedroom create a soothing, homely feel. Here a cabin bed tucked into a small room with timber walls made from reclaimed wood makes for a snug, inviting retreat, allowing a selection of mismatched textiles to come to the fore. The thick rug adds texture to the room, giving it a touch of cosiness and luxury to contrast with the bare timbers.

    Rug
    Toast

    Bed
    Lassco

  • Vintage style bedroom with subtle pattern

    A pretty floral wallpaper sets the tone in this vintage-style bedroom. A chest of drawers has been upcycled with a coat of pale grey paint and a large gilt mirror above provides a focal point. Smaller oval mirrors echo the style, and the display is finished off with a quirky butterfly lampshade.

    Lampshade
    Joanna Wood
    Gilt mirror
    The Chandelier & Mirror Company

  • Deep blue and green bedroom with power print patterned wallpaper

    For a wallpaper feature, choose a pattern that incorporates the same tones as your painted walls. Calm blues can offset the business of a lot of pattern, so indulge in some really beautiful prints – the wallpaper and curtains here are an original William Morris design – and turn your bedroom into a walk-in work of art. And while white lifts and freshens, the black bed frame acts as a mellower, more grounding accent to a blue-and-green mix.

    Wallpaper
    Morris & Co.
    Bed
    Ikea

  • Traditional bedroom with a cherry blossom theme

    Create a welcoming look in a guest bedroom with a warm shade of yellow. Curtains and a long bolster cushion in a delicate cherry blossom design add to the charm.

    Similar curtain and bolster fabric
    Sanderson
    Bedspread
    John Lewis

  • Luxe master bedroom with dark, soothing colours and black accents

    Going for dark colours in the bedroom makes it feel luxurious, cosy and a little bit sexy. Be brave and try a dark navy blue or even black on the walls, and consider black accents such as bedside tables and bedding.

    Bed linen
    The Linen Works
    Similar table lamp
    Rockett St George

  • Pretty bedroom with vintage touches

    An antique French bed and sofa sets a decorative tone in this pretty, timeless bedroom. A vintage chandelier enhances the style and an ornate oval mirror creates a focal point above the bed.

    Similar sofa fabric
    Ian Mankin
    Similar chandelier
    Vaughan

     

  • Attic bedroom sitting area

    A large attic bedroom gives you the perfect opportunity to create a warm and inviting sitting area from the unused space in the eaves. In this room, chalky white walls and comfy linen armchairs are the perfect basics for a rustic-style scheme and keep the space looking light and bright. An oversized rustic mirror adds a focal point and provides texture along with the wooden side table and soft cowhide rug. The look is simple, warm and beautifully blended and, with the odd vintage accessory, makes a very cosy retreat.

    Armchairs
    Maisons du Monde
    Similar rug
    City Cows

     

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