Bedrooms tend to be one of the last places you decorate. Perhaps it’s because the room is a private place, where guests tend not to tread. Or, this oversight might be because it’s a room where you spend most of your time with your eyes shut. However, we think there’s nothing better than a well-designed bedroom for two reasons: 1. an organized space makes it easier to start your day, and 2. surrounding your bed with beauty ends your day on a happy note. Don’t believe us? Here are five gorgeous spaces designed by a few of Viyet’s favorite designers that are sure to get you looking at your bedroom in a whole new light.
Amy Berry layers an upholstered headboard with a gorgeous “canopy” of fabric. The mirrored nightstands further the glamorous feel of the room.
Jenny Wolf takes a simpler approach in this easy-to-replicate decor scheme. Here, she uses a round mirror to fill in the space above the low-profile headboard. The antique nightstand offers plenty of storage, while creating display space for the vintage portrait. A pivoting lamp allows you to customize the light to suit your needs.
Betsy Burnham combines tailored pieces (like the upholstered bed and bench) with more “homespun” elements (like the lovely quilt) to create a chic-yet-cozy vibe. We also love the pattern on the wall — the over-scaled gingham-inspired motif reads bold while still complementing the more traditional accents within the room.
This bedroom design by Natalie Kraiem is the epitome of luxury. Here, it’s all about texture, from the sumptuous velvet bed to the soft bench to the gorgeous curtains. The streamlined design emphasizes the incredible textures and finishes.
Marks and Frantz takes an eclectic approach, bringing together a variety of patterns, textures, and styles. The neutral palette unifies most of these elements (see how the rug, bedding, and wallpaper work in harmony). The designers bring on the drama with two bold patterns in rich hues: the curtains and the headboard.