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Tie Your Space Together
Tie Your Space Together
Your bedroom should feel like a retreat. It’s where you recharge your batteries after a long and demanding day. We’re here with our favorite bedroom decor ideas to show you how to create an escape worth dreaming about. Think soothing colors, beautiful window treatments, great pieces of furniture, and tasteful accessories. Keep reading for beautiful images and tips to inspire your bedroom’s makeover. From farmhouse to tropical, we have bedroom ideas for every style, floorplan, and household.
This tropical-inspired bedroom seems like an island begging you to escape, read a book, and relax before bed. It’d be an ideal master bedroom and an excellent BNB-style guest room, depending on the space you’re working with. Note the rattan bed frame, floor-to-ceiling plants, and chaise-style seating. This bedroom is also a great example of how you can pull an entire color palette from the room’s area rug. Using this approach helps create a cohesive design that looks intentional and inviting.
What do you do when you want a home office and a guest bedroom? Combine them, of course! This shared space makes room for a four-poster bed, complete with traditional nightstands and a large viscose area rug, and a working desk to the side. When guests are over, the desk provides an excellent spot for reading and personal effects. And the rest of the time, you’ll enjoy a stately office zone that’s reminiscent of a timeless hotel escape, sure to set the mood for writing or artistic projects.
This small bedroom makes the most of its layout by keeping furniture to a minimum so it doesn’t look crowded. Smaller rug sizes, like 5x8 and 6x9, work well when placed under the bottom half or two-thirds of the bed. Here, the rug is placed asymmetrically to provide padding on one side of the bed. This works well for a single-person or guest bedroom. For two people, you’d center the rug placement to pad both sides of the bed. Notice how the soft blues blend seamlessly into the neutral color scheme, making the space feel calming and inviting.
Loft bedrooms and studio bedrooms have to work with open floor plans that rely on the decor to define the space. Here, the shimmering abstract rug at the foot of the bed works in tandem with the off-white wall to cordon off the bedroom. Note how the grey and white color palette is seemingly inverted compared to the seating area just out of frame. This is an excellent way to use one color scheme throughout the space while still changing it up. The artwork above the bed shares an aesthetic theme with the throw pillows on the ed, as well as the bookcase, adding the cherry on top of this design.
Are you ready to put these bedroom decor ideas into practice? Regardless of the size of your bedroom, it’s full of design potential. Just pick some of your favorite bedroom ideas from this list and makeover your most personal space one and for all. And if you’re still looking for more bedroom decor ideas, check out our selection of bedroom rugs. There, you’ll find thousands of inspiring images and styling choices to help you create the perfect space.
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