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Bedrooms are such personal spaces, which is why it's so important to decorate yours in a way that suits your tastes, and your needs. From giving you energy in the morning so that you wake up refreshed, to being serene enough to help you wind down with ease, this space works hard at keeping you happy! So we've put our best bedroom ideas together to help inspire your own space. 

What we love about decorating a bedroom, is that you don't have to make huge changes to see and feel great results. A simple switch of a headboard, new colorful cushions, or even just a statement rug could add so much depth to your bedroom decor. 

We have covered it all in this gallery – modern bedroom ideas, small bedroom ideas, DIY bedroom ideas and more, so no matter what your style or budget you'll find plenty of inspiration here...

1. Layer up the textures 

(Image credit: Future© Fiona Murray)

The main thing you want from your bedroom decor is for it to create a comfy and cozy space. No matter what your style; super modern or boho rustic like this bedroom, the easiest way to achieve this is to layer up the textures. Pile up throw pillow and blankets on the bed and keep things soft underfoot with a large area rug and small rug layered on top.  

Our guide to the best bedding brands will give you plenty of inspiration for where to source some boudoir layers, whilst our guide to the best duvet covers and bedding sets brings you our tried and tested favourite bed linen for combining style and comfort.

'In our hectic age of constant connectivity – creating a calm, beautiful bedroom where we can retreat and sleep well in, is vital.' explains Chrissie Rucker founder of The White Company. 'Take time and enjoy the pleasure of making it a really special space, because we spend 1/3 of our lives here too.  The bed is always the main feature, so styling it beautifully is important and which bedspread, throw or cushions we choose can transform the way the room looks.'

2. Pick a statement bed as a focal point

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If you have always dreamed of a four-poster bed, we say go for it. There are so many grown-up designs out there now and something to suit all styles too. It will add an instant focal point to your space and you can choose how much you dress it up. Keep it super simple like in this bedroom or add curtains to create a really zen sleep space or hang houseplants from the frame to add loads of texture. 

3. Strip back on furniture 

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Obviously, there are some pieces that are essential to a bedroom, ie. a bed and some form of storage but don't clutter up the space with too much furniture. If you want to create a lovely, calming, minimalist space, less is probably more so really think about what you are bringing into the space. 

Furnish your bedroom only with the essentials – a bed, a couple of bedside tables, and a dresser with a chair if you need one. If you have a closet keep all your clothes storage in there to free up space in the bedroom.

4. Have fun with mixing patterns 

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And if minimalist isn't your vibe, take inspiration from this fabulous space with a gorgeous bedroom wallpaper idea. Don't be afraid to mix patterns or styles too, it will give your bedroom personality and make it feel unique to you. This bedroom just proves how stylish it can look when you bring together different styles. There are loads going on here, traditional style, boho textures and industrial elements too with the lighting. It creates an all over laid back, purposely messy feel that's perfect for a bedroom

Also loving the barn door used in the bedroom to slide over the bookshelf, you could use it to go over your closet too. They take up zero space and look stylish too. 

5. Pick a cohesive color scheme

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If you are after a more cohesive bedroom color idea, sticking to a limited color palette is a good look to go for. We love this pink and green scheme, and how the pink covers all four walls and the ceiling too – a great hack to make a small bedroom feel bigger. The touches of white and black provide some contrast and stop the room from feeling too 2D.

6. Add pattern to your bedroom floor with a rug 

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When your bedroom flooring is looking a bit tired, or if you live in a rented home and want to add some personality, a rug is one of the easiest ways to change up your bedroom design without costing you a fortune!

If your current flooring is really ruining the whole vibe of your room, we recommend throwing down a massive area rug in a neutral color and material (something like jute is perfect) and then adding a patterned rug on top.

7. Redesign your bedroom with a new color scheme

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If you want a completely new look, a different bedroom color scheme could be a great place to start. You might not need to change up too much either, especially if your walls are already painted quite a neutral color. 

Create a mood board or use Pinterest to come up with colors you love and even look at paint swatches to see how they will all work together. Then just start bringing all those new colors in with bedding, cushions, rugs and once you know you are really happy with the new colors you can maybe go a bit bolder with paint, wallpaper and furniture.

Uber fresh, light and airy, this sunny scheme is a sure-fire winner to lighten and brighten up a dark room and create the illusion of space. 

8. Choose a subtle pattern to add interest 

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If you are confident in the atmosphere you want to create in your space, bedroom wallpaper can be a quick and cheap way to bring in the right colors and patterns. Use the colors within your wallpaper to dictate the rest of your room – we adore how the subtle pink hues work with the gorgeous bed set up here.

9. Wallpaper all your bedroom walls for a cozy feel

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Oooh, how cozy is this room? Love it. This shows how lovely the right wallpaper can look on all four walls of a bedroom and it's one of the most effective small bedroom ideas also to help create interest in a tiny space. The print is nice and neutral and really subtle, plus it totally matches everything else going on in the room, which is a great way to make a small bedroom feel nice and cocooning. 

10. Or use paint to update your bedroom walls

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Even easier than wallpaper, paint can totally change your room in a matter of hours, plus it's a great way to experiment with color because it's not really permanent. Our choice for bedroom paint would always be soft, rosy hues that are going to be relaxing and you can add more colors in if you want a brighter look. 

11. Get creative with paint

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Firstly, this color palette is gorgeous, all those rusty colors and the bright pink! But we also love the idea of making the area above your bed a focal point by turning it into a mural. Why not scrap the headboard and create something like this with just paint?  All you would need is some masking tape, some paint and some patience!

12. Create a panel effect with paint

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This is a great bedroom design idea for any space, and it works particularly well in small bedrooms to heighten the room. All you need to do is use masking tape and a ruler to mark where you want your lower color to end and just get painting! 

13. Work with the alcoves in your space

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Working with your bedroom design is a must in all decorating schemes. And, if you want to be bold in your color choices, particularly if you love dark interior design ideas, painting an alcove is a great way to work this in to your space. This room still looks bright and fresh but the dark wall, along with the matching bedding add a more dramatic feel. 

14. Create uniformity with DIY paneling 

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Paneling is everywhere at the moment! And, not just in traditional homes, as wall paneling works really well in modern spaces too. Fear not if you haven't been blessed with original paneling in your bedroom, as you can DIY the look. Just head over to guide on how to DIY wall paneling for an easy to follow step by step.  

15. Choose contrasting colors for a vibrant space

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You see, wall paneling works so well in a cool and modern bedroom! We love this room, particularly because of the contrasting colors. The softness of the pink brings out bright teal and yellow so well, making it a great bedroom idea for couples and for anyone that adores vibrant spaces. 

16. Add shiplap paneling for a rustic look

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This is a look that's all over Instagram at the moment. Very beachy, very relaxed, shiplap walls are the thing to have in a bedroom. Now, you can DIY the look with just cladding but we have also seen some fab wallpaper that replicates the look without the faff. Wayfair make loads, as do Etsy so check them out. 

17. Create a gallery wall with mirrors

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We have always been fond of a gallery wall, and we are loving the latest trend of maxing out on mirrors as an alternative to prints. A gallery wall of mirrors is a fab bedroom idea because no matter what the size of your room it's going to bring in more light, texture and interest. 

We have loads more mirror ideas over in our gallery.

18. Add pattern with an upholstered headboard 

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Choosing a pattern can help soften this often cumbersome-looking object! Because, particularly if yours is dated, a solid headboard can often dominate the entire space.  A really easy bedroom idea is to cover it up with a playful patterned fabric. 

All you need for this DIY project is the fabric of your choice– enough to cover your headboard – and a staple gun. Lay the fabric flat on the floor, then remove the headboard and lay it over the fabric. Get someone to help you stretch the fabric over the front of your headboard and then secure it with a staple gun to the back. It doesn't matter if it looks a bit messy at the back of the headboard because no one will ever see it.

  • If you want an easy route, then check out our roundup of the best headboards.

19. Or, completely DIY a headboard with cute cushions

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If you want an even softer look, copy this lovely bedroom look. For this super easy DIY headboard idea, just pick two or three large square cushions and attach some small brass rings (curtains rings work well) to the top two corners. Then, using the size of your chosen cushions as a guide, mark out where you need to place the nails or screws that will hold up the cushions. Hammer some large brass nails  (or use screws if you prefer), hang the cushions and you're done. 

20. Pick bedroom furniture that plays with scale

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What does this mean exactly? Well, it can mean three things. First, and importantly, you don’t want to put a king-sized bed in a small bedroom. So, furniture kept in scale within the room is much more likely to make it feel larger. 

Next: don't over-clutter a small bedroom with too much furniture. Doing so will again take up space visually (as well as really). 

Lastly, pick a tall headboard like this one. Doing so will make the room feel taller and give it great focus. Patterns and prints on the bed and headboard like this fab design from KDLoves are great for distracting the eye and for keeping the bed as the focal point too. 

21. Go for a classic grey scheme in a bedroom 

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You can't go wrong with gray bedroom ideas can you, they are always going to be in style and gray is a really easy color to work with other colors. You can change up the palette with seasons – in the autumn and winter keep things cozy by adding warmer colors and darker grays, and then in summer keep all them pale and add plenty of crisp whites and light colors. 

22. Keep things neutral for a farmhouse feel

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We always love a neutral bedroom decor scheme, as it's guaranteed to be soft and inviting. We like the idea of adding in lots of nice textures too, just to keep things from looking a bit flat. The rustic bedside table, upholstered headboard and thick bedroom rugs all help to create interest in a space that doesn't have much color.

23. Go for a beachy look with an all white bedroom

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And of course white bedroom ideas are classic. You can also do so much with a blank canvas and change it up easily as styles and seasons change. During the summer months, a relaxed beachy look is definitely one to go for and this works so well with an all-white scheme. Add in some greenery a few cream or grey accents to soften the look. While in cooler months, you'll want to embrace Hygge a little more with some Scandi-style bedroom additions to your space.

24. Go for a clean fresh new look in your bedroom 

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We are not sure how realistic this Ikea bedroom idea actually is but we LOVE it and we are sure you can copy some elements from this space. Maybe not the 'nothing else in your bedroom but a bed and tree' part, but you could create the very relaxed, clean vibe. Give the walls a fresh coat of white paint, pick out some new white bedding and hey you could even add the tree. We love the added texture of the rattan stool too.

25. Add softness to a bedroom with blush hues 

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Can you tell we love neutral bedroom decor? This room has just a hint of color with all those lovely peachy, blush hues. Again so easy to style differently too – add darker colors for a more moody, wintery feel, add golds to go more glam or even add subtle prints for a cute boho feel. 

Love pink rooms as much as we do? Well, we have a whole feature for you to check out.

26. Or pick a warmer pink for a north-facing room

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On paper, this colorway may seem quirky, but in reality, it’s a beautiful combination and we love how Marisa from @oakappledecor has pulled this scheme together. The white bedding breaks it up visually and the texture of the knitted throw breaks up the overall look perfectly. A touch of pattern from the cushion and prints adds that decorative element and we love the round lighting! 

27. Create atmosphere with a moody feature wall

(Image credit: Malcolm Menzies © Future)

Ah, finally some darker colors! Feature walls are great bedroom ideas as they come in so many different forms to suit your decorating style. What we love about this bedroom is the dark feature wall. The herringbone tiling effect adds interest and texture, which works wonderfully with those blue walls. Plus, it would be so easy to change the lookup too. Paint the walls white and voilà, a completely different space.

28. Or create a feature wall with painted beading

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Looking to create a stand-out feature wall on a budget? Here's how to do it: use simple pine beading, glued and pinned to a wall, to create a simple geometric pattern – then paint it in a stand-out color.

This is a bedroom paint color that’s been very popular recently and it’s here to stay for a while longer. So if you fancy warming up a north-facing bedroom then this is your answer. It looks fabulous with the curvy blush pink headboard, and it’s a color that’s easy to accessorize. Grey is another shade that looks great with it, as does dark wood, so if you have those colors already then this mustard shade will fit right in. 

29. Fake Cottagecore with wallpaper that looks like wood

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All you need to complete this look are a few logs to throw on the burner so you can listen to the crackle while you doze off. We all secretly hanker after having a secret wood cabin to run away to, don’t we? 

Well this look – Cottagecore – is not too hard to achieve – if you have a wooden floor then you’re halfway there! Good at DIY? Then you can add wood panels to the wall, if not, source a wood wall style wallpaper. Add in some cozy bedding, plants, a good book and a candle your look is complete! 

30. Be bold with bright, patterned wallpaper

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We love color in a bedroom – and while we'd say the brighter the better, what we actually think is that bright colors need to be chosen really carefully to feel restful. Our number one rule? Pick a punchy color (here, it's pink but it could just as easily be yellow), but stick to natural shades and use a lot of neutrals beneath them to show them off without them feeling garish. Like in this room above – a modern take on summery country chic we love.

31. Create a mini living room in your bedroom 

(Image credit: Design: Bobby Berk; Photography: @marisavitalephotography)

A bedroom chair is an essential!  Somewhere to sit and read, or spend an afternoon working, it just brings a nice relaxed feel into a bedroom. Curate almost a mini living room in the corner with a small table and a lamp too, throw down a rug and add some cushions to make it cozier. 

Plus, if you are renting and basically only have a room to your name, this is one of the most effective bedroom decorating ideas to help zone your space and make it feel like you have separate areas, for different activities. 

32. Mix and match for a modern take on a boho bedroom

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While old furniture in a bedroom can look lovely, it's sometimes not the most practical. Drawers that don't open properly, bedside tables with uneven legs, wardrobes with doors falling off their hinges? Yes, it's a familiar set up. But why not keep that vintage bedroom, boho look with smaller infrequently used pieces of furniture and accessories, but pick modern pieces for the more heavily used items. The overall result is actually really cool. 

33. Make bedroom storage stylish and discreet 

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Bedroom storage is a must, but trying to squeeze in a place to keep all your clothes, bedding, shoes and more, can be tricky. And for this reason we say keep your storage as discreet and possible so your room isn't just overwhelmed by furniture. Make use of alcoves so wardrobes and drawers can be tucked away and pick small pieces of storage furniture that are going to add some style to the room as well as being practical – case in point this wooden blanket box.

34. Or, use an open storage system for decoration

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Of course, bedroom storage doesn't always have to be practical, you can use it to add some personality to your bedroom too. Pick storage that has both open and closed options so you can hide clutter behind doors and keep your prettiest things on show. 

35. Add a clothes rail for pretty and practical storage 

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Struggling to cram all your clothes into your wardrobe? A clothes rail will not only provide a bit of extra hanging space but they can look really lovely too. Pick out your prettiest clothes and go for a color palette too that you can change up your bedroom's style with the seasons. This is the Turbo rail from Ikea, chic and simple. 

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If bedside tables are compromising your entire bedroom decor scheme or your space altogether, then remember that you can swap them out for shelving, painted to match the wall behind. The lower they are, the bigger the bedroom will feel, too.

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Oversized table lamps placed on either side of a bed are the perfect bedroom lighting idea and instantly give a very hotel-like vibe to a space. Combine a patterned base with a plain shade as you see above or switch it so you have a simple base and a patterned shade, maybe even go for the same fabric as your headboard or throw pillows for a really cohesive look. 

When it comes to picking bedroom lighting more generally 'think about what feel you’re after in the bedroom, is it calming and pared-back, warm and cozy or something with a more opulent flavor, then create your lighting scheme around that,' says Rohan Blacker, Founder, Pooky. 'Keep bulbs shaded with material as opposed to glass, unless you want to use the light source for reading. If you’re a book lover, directional wall or desk lights are far more effective than lamps with lampshades, but they are less equipped to create warm, ambient light.'

38. Add character with antique effect task lighting

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A bedside light is obviously an essential. We love the seamless look that comes with a wall-mounted bedside light, no wires and perfect if you want to keep the space on your table totally clear. They are also great in smaller bedrooms if you cant fit in a bedside table. 

39. And softness with pendant lighting

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And of course you will need a 'big light'. In a bedroom, the softer the better, so pick a shade in a light, warm material and add a warm bulb too. Rattan lights are so stylish at the moment and are the best decorative ideas for bedrooms as they can make a bit of a statement but always give off a lovely light. 

40. Warm up a small bedroom with fairy lights

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And you just can't go wrong with fairy light can you? Perfect  for adding ambiance in a bedroom you can literally string them up where ever to add a soft cosy glow. 

41. Make best use of natural light

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If you have been blessed with lots of natural light in your bedroom, make the most of it. Pick out window dressings that aren't going to block out any light during the day – lace, net, light linen, all of these sheer fabrics would work. You can add a discreet roller blind underneath or a heavier curtain over the top to keep out light during the night. 

42. Expose bare floorboards 

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Floorboards are a really practical choice in a bedroom, they are easy to keep clean, work with any style and of course look lovely. If you are concerned about keeping the room warm, then rugs are the answer. Invest in a larger rug to keep the heat in and stop it being too noisy underfoot, and then add smaller rugs over the top.

Oh and obviously you can paint floorboards too, just head to our guide on painting floorboards for all the tips. 

43. Or keep thing cozy with a carpet 

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Carpet is often an underestimated bedroom decor choice. But, choose wisely and you'll see how great it can be to add both warmth and coziness. Go for something relatively neutral on your bedroom floor so it's not the focus of your room and can cope with whatever style you add to your space.  

44. Add plenty of house plants for an easy bedroom update

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House plants are the most organic of all the bedroom decorating ideas out there and they are such a great way to add calming or vibrant colors into your bedroom space. Mix up the size of plants you choose and have them all at different levels to create a real jungle feel. 

We have a whole feature on indoor gardening too, check that out for plenty of ideas. 

45. Incorporate a small stylish workspace

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We are all working from home a lot more at the moment, and for some of us it might become a full-time thing. If you are squeezed for space in the rest of your house, or rent a room and need to create a home office, the bedroom is the place to do it. 

You want a small home office to fit seamlessly into your bedroom decor, so pick furniture and accessories that match the room's style. Let's be honest you don't want a massive ergonomic office chair and huge cumbersome desk, so go for slimline, stylish office furniture that could even double up as a dressing table. 

46. Create calm with a light color palette


40 Bedroom Paint Ideas To Refresh Your Space for Spring!

Springtime is here and it’s time to start refreshing your home. Clean up, throw up and add a new coat of paint or two to breathe life back into your personal space. With these 40 bedroom paint ideas you’ll be able to transform your sacred abode with something new and exciting. Take a look and get inspired!

1. Sage

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For a muted, earthy feel try out a shade of sage in the bedroom. It’s relaxing enough to be comfortable and can have a bit of a masculine feel as well.{found on terratelms}.

2. Mustard

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For something funky and trendy, go with a mustard tone. Use it as an accent wall or create a shining spot by dressing the bedroom in it completely and toning it down with natural accents.{found on novispace}.

3. Coral

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Feminine and free, coral is a gorgeous shade to utilize throughout springtime or when your bedroom needs a face lift. It blends well with a lot of other shades too![found on abramsbooks}.

4. Seafoam

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Seafoam also has a very earthy balance that will refresh, revive and brighten a space. You can make it as edgy or as girlishly charming as you’d like as well.{found on crystalwaye}.

5. Mist

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A misty, gray bedroom could be the most tranquil and serene of this all. Just take a look at this breath of fresh air to revamp your vision.

6. Aqua

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Aqua is one of the more fun and brilliant blues on the color wheel. It’s a happy shade that will still make you feel right at home – no matter the theme you choose to go with.{found on margaretdonaldsoninteriors}.

7. Tangerine

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If you want something that’s both bold and refreshing, why not give tangerine a good try. This is perfect if you want a pop of color as an accent wall contrasted with a more neutral tone.{found on rumehome}

8. Charcoal

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This darker neutral is one of the most versatile of the bunch. Pair is with other easy foundation tones or any shade of pastel![found on spaceharmony}.

9. Cherry

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For a fiery and dramatic addition to the bedroom, add pops of cherry red. This too can be toned down with slight neutrals like white and creams.

10. Midnight

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Don’t be afraid to dress your room in a deep, midnight black. It can be quite luxurious and inviting when styled right.{found on cpstyling}.

11. Linen

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A light and creamy space can be quite beautiful and welcoming, and a linen-dressed bedroom can fit right into that category. Adorn the walls in this light shade and personalize it!

12. Lavender

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If you want to wash your bedroom in a charming and romantic essence, try doing so with a gorgeous shade of lavender. Accent it with neutral or blush for an extra pop of personality.{found on jonacollins}.

13. Pacific

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Ocean blues can be the most tranquil and inspirational of all. Cover your room in a pacific paint that will ignite your mind and have you resting better at night.

14. Pistachio

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Green is one of the most reviving colors to use in the house, and with this pistachio you can go light and charming or a bit deeper and masculine. Take your pick!

15. Sun

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Create a happy space inside your home by dressing your bedroom in a sunny shade of yellow. It’ll brighten and recharge your life with one swipe of the paintbrush.

16. Ballet

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Delicate and sweet, a ballet pink bedroom has the girlishness we love without all of the fuss. It’s romantic and soft, perfect for resting in the evening.{found on castrodesignstudio}.

17. Star

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This hazy shade of white can be quite refreshing. It’s a duller shade of white for those that don’t want anything too bright or crisp around their space.{found on twelvestonesdesigns}.

18. Taupe

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Taupe is a funny color. Is it in the gray family? Is it in the brown? Nevertheless it’s a unique neutral that can be a lot of fun when decorating.{found on cardeabuildingco}.

19. Storm

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This deep blue is just another way to make a unique splash in the bedroom but one that’s also quite modern and trendy too. It’s got a masculine edge but one that matches well with pastels.

20. Leaf

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If you’re inspired by the outdoors, why not decorate with a brilliant shade of green. As crisp as a green leaf, you’ll highlight your bedroom in an entirely new way.{found on cantoni}.

21. Brick

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A deeper and richer shade of red may be what you’re looking for. If you need a little passion and drama in the bedroom, go with a rustic brick red.

22. Vanilla

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Sweet and frothy, cover your bedroom in a bit of vanilla for something charming and graceful. Free your space of too much fuss and go with this silky shade.

23. Creamsicle

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Looking good enough to eat, this creamsicle covered bedroom is full of quirkiness and unique tones. It’s never harsh but it’s always quite personal!

24. Magenta

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A bit more passionate than just plain pink, this rich shade has a bit of sexiness involved. And it’s perfect for accent walls and contrasting shades.

25. Olive

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For a traditional look but one that feels a bit more organic and natural, try a deep shade of olive in the bedroom. It works great on all walls or as a headboard accent.

26. Gold

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If you’re looking for something a bit more luxurious think about adorning your room in a golden shade. With a bit of sparkle you can create a super glam experience for yourself.

27. Chocolate

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Traditional and homey but also rich and bold, chocolate brown is one of the best options for cozy bedrooms. It plays well with a variety of other shades but it keep a beautiful foundation.

28. Rose

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For those that get inspired by vintage flavors, try dipping your bedroom into a rosey pink. This tone can create an easy elegant and a beautiful spirit to a space.

29. Peach

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Here’s another light and frothy color that works wonders for spring revamping. Peach tones can really invigorate your bedroom.

30. Lilac

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A bit of blue and a bit of purple, lilac is one of the most beautiful tones but also one of the most unique. It’s not used frequently, but when it is, it shines!{found on jonacollins}.

31. Apricot

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Here’s another tropical tone that can jazz up a bedroom, refresh it and make it a much happier place to thrive. Rest your head easy in apricot-covered space.

32. Sand

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This is another neutral shade that can revive a room but also keep it in a more traditional arena of styles. We love it and we love how easy it is to personalize.

33. Navy

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Navy blue is one of the most classic tones but it’s also one of the most functional. If you want something richer, go with blue to keep that inspired feeling about it.

34. Plum

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Darker purples will bring about a luxurious and royal vibe to your home. If you want that tinge of luxurious, try out plum!{found on beccysmartphotography}.

35. Robin’s Egg

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Personally, Robin’s egg blue will always put a smile on my face. So why not dress a room in a blue that does that no matter your mood?

36. Marshmallow

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This touchable white is a little fluffier than a crisp white but just as bright. Why not dive in and cover those walls of yours in marshmallow?

37. Lemon

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A softer side of sun, this yellow shade has a sweet tooth that we’re in love with. For those that love a happy tone, think about using lemon inside your bedroom.

38. Cranberry

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For something rich and bold but with a feminine touch, you’ll want to pay attention to cranberry. It’s got the passion that red has but with a pink undertone.

39. Blush

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Another personal favorite color, blush is one of the most fun to dress bedrooms in when thinking about romance and relaxation. Just look at this space!

40. Mint

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Mint green is another show stopper and fan favorite. It goes well with neutrals but can also be super feminine as well.{found on insigniahomesmi}.

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Blue bedroom ideas – see how shades from teal to navy can create a restful retreat

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  • Blue is the perfect colour for your bedroom. Able to contrast and complement other shades beautifully, it also has a deeply calming effect, as a colour that chimes with the sky and sea. Blue falls within a wide spectrum of shades, from the palest dusky blues that can create a coastal feel to deep inky blue-blacks that will cocoon you.

    How you introduce blue into your decorating scheme can be guided by a few key factors. If you have high ceilings and/or large windows that will allow in plenty of light, you can dare to paint the walls with a dark blue, and add modern accent tones of pale pink or grey.

    However, if you’re trying to create an airy feel – perhaps in a smaller space – a muted theme will suit better, based on a palette of aquamarine or dusky bluebell and white.

    If blue isn’t for you, check our our bedroom colour schemes for more options

    To add a rustic feel to your bedroom, beech, oak and walnut all contrast fantastically with shades of blue. Marry a wooden double bed and furniture with sky-blue bedlinen, add plump white pillows with a subtle blue stripe.

    A beach-inspired makeover is also wonderfully effective and simple to achieve. Transform a simple divan bed with an oversized fabric-covered headboard with a nautical stripe, and dress the bed with complementing striped bedlinen.

    Read on to discover more of our blue bedroom ideas.

    1. Paint the ceiling night-sky blue

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    There’s no hard and fast rule that says your bedroom ceiling has to be white. Thinking of the ceiling as a fifth wall and painting it a deep blue instead will help you feel cocooned in a calming, restful sanctuary.

    2. Choose a soothing blue that won’t fade


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    We all associate denim for its hardwearing and casual look, so it seems a fitting colour choice for a room geared towards relaxation. Layer indigo fabrics in soft linens and textured weaves to enhance the soft, slouchy look, and throw in some raw edges for good measure.

    Also, make sure your walls are as hardwearing as your fabric choices. This Blue Gravel Easyclean matt emulsion, £25 for 2.5ltr, Crown, is 200 times tougher and more washable than a normal matt paint. You can wipe down walls quickly and easily to keep them free from dirt and spills, so they will appear as immaculate two years in as the day you painted them. 

    3. Roll with ocean blue in the bedroom on a seascape wallpaper

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    Drift off into a deep sleep surrounded by rolling waves thanks to a seascape wallpaper. The line-drawing print is enough to make a statement but gentle enough still to retain a tranquil vibe. Paired with driftwood furniture and dreamy blue fabrics, this bedroom scene is the perfect calming coast inspired retreat.

    4. Paint the walls deep blue for an inspiring bedroom-cum-workspace

    With a day bed for deep-thinking (or sleeping) and simple shelving for doing make-up (and business), a space like this can be dual-purpose and stylish. Deep blue walls and whimsical wallpaper make it calm but also inspire creativity.

    The sofa-by-day, guest-bed-by-night is dressed in pretty tones of blush pink – lilac would also work as an accent colour here.

    5. Co-ordinate your shelves in a blue bedroom

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    Perfect for a kids room, or a study, use calming blues in different depths of its palette on walls, shelving and even flooring. Use between three and five shades of blue, from the same colour family (you could go by the paint strip on a colour chart), for a totally balanced scheme.

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    6. Introduce coastal stripes in blues, greys and neutrals


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    Immerse yourself in a laid-back scheme influenced by the seashore, featuring fluid outlines and coastal colours such as pebble grey, marine blue and sand. A painterly striped wallpaper in soothing blues and greys echoes the calming feel of the waterside – perfect for creating a welcoming place of escape.

    Mirror the wallpaper design with striped accessories. Stick to horizontal stripes and soft ombre effects. The painted floor echoes the deep blue sea, while textures like rustic driftwood, woman sisal and soft, crumpled linen build ambience.

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    7. Mix deep turquoise with green accents

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    If you have a small bedroom don’t feel like you have to stick to pale blue shades. Take the plunge and create a room filled with gemstone colours such as turquoise and emerald.

    To make sure this room is filled with plenty of natural light as well as sumptuous colours, keep the decadent wallpaper to one feature wall at the head of the bed. Paint the rest of the walls in a more neutral shade of blue and decorate with green and blue wall decorations.

    8. Combine lupin and cornflower blues


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    For a gentler look in a bedroom scheme, team a deep indigo blue with purplish coneflower blues, adding textural woods and plenty of soft textiles for a comfortable, lived-in look. Add a vintage feel with a heritage print from William Morris or Liberty. Small bursts of lemon yellow will make an instant but not jarring impact.

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    9. Go tropical with a mix of blue and green


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    So the song goes, ‘in the jungle, the mighty jungle, the lion sleeps tonight…’ so why not use a jungle print as a backdrop to your own rainforest retreat? The look combines leafy greens, indigo blues and burnt orange and features a clever trick – as wallpaper can be pricey, the bottom third of the wall has been painted in a complementary teal.

    Increase the sense of luxury with an upholstered bedstead in a rich velvet fabric, then layer with co-ordinating linen bedding. Create the feeling of a luxe treehouse retreat by introducing rustic wood and woven rattan lampshades.

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    10. Use a deep all-American blue as the backdrop for a global look


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    Collect characterful, well-designed items of furniture and they’ll carry off any trend – like this bold, American-inspired look – with ease. A mellow grey-blue is the perfect relaxing backdrop that ties together the cool grey bed and the warm tan chest and orange accents.

    A wall-mounts lamp saves surface space and lends the room a slightly industrial feel, as does the studded headboard and that fabulous multi-purpose trunk.

    11. Combine chartreuse and steel blue for an energising look


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    Create a vibrant Mid-century scheme by combining abstract patterns with curvy furniture in a retro palette of chartreuse, steel blue and grey. Don’t be afraid to clash prints. if a full wall is too bold for you, frame a section of wallpaper instead.

    If you use one room for multiple activities (for example study and sleep) consider using paint to distinguish between the areas.

    12. Use blue almost as a neutral


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    Maximalism is huge right now, but the clashing of prints and patterns can be daunting. You could play it safe by using a white backstop, but we think multicoloured fabrics have more impact against a deep blue like this one. You’ll also find it more calming against the chaos.

    13. Style a serene sleep space in turquoise and coral


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    Go modern with fresh whites and bright accents that evoke the Caribbean or Miami Beach – you’ll wake up feeling like you’re on holiday all year round.

    Use the height of the room to maximise bedside storage. Pick a pair of tall units to frame the bed and look for solutions with both cupboard space (for unpretty essentials) and open shelves for versatility. Insert smart boxes into cubbies for further organisation. A laminate floor with a rustic grain adds depth.

    Pull things together by painting the walls and a piece of furniture in the same shade. Here, a coffee table at the foot of the bed is handy a place to put books, throws and decorative pillows just before you fall asleep.

    14. Work around a duck egg feature wall


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    A pretty wallpaper was the starting point for this dreamy duck egg scheme. Accessories in shades of grey, biscuit and lavender give a more grown-up look than pinks. Mismatched lamps and bedside tables ensure the overall scheme isn’t too contrived.

    15. Embrace a classic combo of white and midnight blue


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    Combine traditional tile patterns with fresh white walls and co-ordinating painted furniture. For this look, more is more. Layer Moroccan-style patterns, from geometric latticework to decorative Persian knots. The only rule is to stick to a strict colour palette.

    Make a statement by painting a piece of furniture deep blue for a bold contrast against the blue-and-white patterned walls. For a classic, rustic look, leave the top unpainted but simply sand and oil it.

    16. Paint focal a feature blue

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    If  you don’t fancy painting your whole room blue, and don’t even want a full feature wall, you can introduce the colour in a clever way – and paint your framework, like a fireplace or a door frame, this gorgeous, rich green.

    17. Add blue with matching soft furnishings

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    If you’re looking to create a blue bedroom, don’t limit yourself to the walls introduce it into your room with blue patterned curtains, cushions and a blanket. In this room the walls have been white washed and paired with pristine white bedding. The matching blue patterned curtains and Venetian blind are left to make a soft statement.

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