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Top 25 Design Styles for a Dreamy Bedroom

Get ready to transform your bedroom into the ultimate refuge. Create a space that's made just for you with our tips for mastering your favorite design style.

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Photo: Spacecrafting Photography. From: Bria Hammel Interiors.

The Bedroom: Your Restful Retreat

So much more than just where you sleep, today's bedrooms also serve as a home office, media room and a prime location for snuggling kids or pets. Bedrooms are also an excellent space for showing off your personal style. From Scandi to Farmhouse to Boho and every look in-between, our tips will help you make your bedroom a beautiful reflection of your style. Not sure if your look leans toward traditional or if cozy cottage is more your style — take our quiz, below, to find out.

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Photo: Lisa Romerein. From: HGTV Magazine.


Blending a variety of time periods and design styles, eclectic isn't just a mish-mash where anything goes. Instead, it's a curated look that works by combining the right assortment of colors, textures and patterns with neutral colors unifying the diverse elements. In this eclectic space, black walls set a dramatic stage, but are softened by the light wood furnishings. Teal is used throughout, both for color and to visually marry the classic and contemporary patterns.

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Photo: Tessa Neustadt. From: Blackband Design.


Casual and laid-back, cottage style is the epitome of cozy charm. The light and airy design leans into a natural, simple aesthetic that is oh-so calming — making it ideal for a bedroom retreat. Here, board-and-batten walls add subtle dimension to the room, while woven blinds and a jute rug deliver organic texture. Ruffled linens combine with a mix of patterns in subdued blues for a ready-to-relax bed.

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Photo: Vivian Johnson. From: Clara Jung.


Inspired by the simple aesthetic favored in Nordic countries, Scandinavian design is pared down and streamlined. Where minimalism can feel cold, Scandinavian design solves that by incorporating tons of texture — raw woods, natural textiles and stone — into the room. Floral patterns and lacy bedding are a no-go in these bedrooms; stick to simple white linens and tone-on-tone neutral patterns.

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