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Walking to your master bedroom at night, or awakening there in the morning, what type of decor do you wish would greet you? If it’s not the room you have currently, then we are ready with a whopping 51 inspirational bedroom ideas, plus tips & accessories to help you design your very own new space. From master bedroom colour schemes and bedroom furniture sets, to gorgeous lighting schemes and show-stopping accent walls, it’s all going on right here. Whether it’s a dark sleep inducing scheme you’re after, or a light and soothing space to while away your Sunday mornings with a good book and a hot coffee, read on…

Neoclassical meets nightclub. If you’re in love with both classic panel molding and cool modern lighting, the two don’t have to be mutually exclusive. Combine neoclassical elements with more modern pieces to bring the look crashing into a present day aesthetic. This amazing bedroom pendant would look at home in a trendy nightclub, but it looks superb set against a backdrop of decorative boiserie.

Visualizer: Anton Krat

Show a softer side. A cushioned fabric wall, like this suedette little number, looks sumptuous and will even soften sound to aid restful sleep.

Visualizer: Omar Maghrabi

Ease into an accent colour. You don’t have to go the whole hog with a new hue in a room, in fact, you don’t even need to paint a wall to bring in an accent shade. Try adding colour through art and an accent chair or two – if you don’t like the colour in your bedroom then you can always try putting the items elsewhere in your home.

Visualizer: Vladislava Torgonsky

Achieve a more spacious look by choosing a platform bed. The low profile of a platform bed looks sleek, laid back and minimalist in comparison to their bulky based divan counterparts. They also make the room look bigger since the line of sight is free to flow straight over them and beyond.

Visualizer: Leyla Salayeva

Bump up the luxe factor with bookmatched marble. Bookmatched marble is popular for cladding chimney breasts, sofa walls and yes, headboard feature walls too.

Visualizer: Fathy Ibrahim

A bedroom area rug creates an island of cosiness.

Visualizer: MC Interior

Add lighting to textured or extruded feature wall designs for oodles more impact.

Visualizer: Eriny Adel

High ceilinged bedrooms can sometimes feel a bit too open and chilly, consider painting with muted colour or shades of grey to visually lower a lofty ceiling.

Visualizer: Roof Architectural Lab

Approach the scheme as a whole rather than as separate elements. That is, instead of choosing your favourite bed, then bedsides, then closet, then a colour, consider looking at the room as one item. This bed, headboard wall, bedside units and closets all run on as one beautifully coordinated piece.

Visualizer: Maxim Shpinkov

It’s all about the ottoman. There’s just something so high-end about placing an ottoman at the foot of a bed. Perhaps it’s because the average size of master bedroom doesn’t have the necessary floor space. So, if you’ve got it, flaunt it!

Visualizer: Evgenii Baisa

Create a moody luxury bedroom with a black marble feature wall.

Visualizer: Novelty Sector

Give your bedroom the midas touch, with gold accents and glowy golden lights.

Visualizer: Ahmed H. Ibrahim

Begin and end your day in elegance. A tufted bed base has a refined look, much like a chesterfield sofa.

Visualizer: Outline Studio

Fashionistas will love fashion forward glass closets, which display a treasured capsule collection from dusk till dawn. Warning: Not recommended for messy clothes hoarders who keep an overstuffed closet and mismatched hangers!

Visualizer: Georgios Tataridis & Ntoina Gkeka

Bring in industrial style ideas. Raw concrete and exposed brickwork are just the ticket for an industrial chic outcome. Team with luxury furniture and gold accents to juxtapose the gritty backdrop.

Visualizer: Angelina Rudenok

Crown your bedroom with heavenly lighting. This halo of light makes a show-stopping statement.

Visualizer: AVISTUDIO

Embark on a multi-panel project. The headboard wall is the perfect place to roll out a combination of textures that bring the room together. This one incorporates a centre section upholstered in the same taupe fabric as the bed; dark wood side stripes twin with the flooring.

Visualizer: Muhammed Ali Jouhar

Continue the accent wall upwards and onwards to create a feature ceiling too.

Visualizer: IQOSA

Consider moving the bed away from the wall in order to harness more useable floor area. This bedroom incorporates a home office desk behind the headboard.

Visualizer: Berga&Gonzalez arquitectos

Here, a spacious bedroom with wardrobe has been achieved by moving the bed into the centre of the room. An extended headboard design doubles as a room divider.

Visualizer: Voskresenski Vladislav

A comfortable reading area offers a place to relax in the bedroom without ruffling up the bedcovers.

Visualizer: The Craft

Create a connection. A horizontal stripe of gold across this headboard wall gives the impression of a connected bed & bedside unit set, even though they are actually separate pieces.

Visualizer: Actual design

Capitalise on curves with a round bed, half moon sofa and curvaceous accent chair.

Visualizer: Giuseppe Burgio

Let the view be your headboard feature wall.

Visualizer: Nikolay Ivogol

This particular feature wall is set to one side for dramatic effect.

Visualizer: D3 Design

Add in a surprising accent piece to shake things up.

Visualizer: Naresh Mistry

Have an open fronted wardrobe, or a glass closet, double as your ambient lighting.

Visualizer: KYDE architects

Use large scale artwork to add a bit of culture and sophistication to a bedroom scheme. This towering piece of photography adds a monochromatic artistic touch.

Source: Casa Cook

Lift a neutral room palette with different textures and pattern.

Visualizer: Duc TayOne

If you’re lucky enough to be building a new dream bedroom from scratch, consider incorporating a courtyard garden. The courtyard will invite extra natural light into the room, and you’ll feel the revitalising effects of having nature surround you.

Visualizer: Leonid Sizikov

In this bedroom, an extra picture window has been put in above the headboard for extra light and garden views.

Visualizer: Vasyl Ambroziak

Taking garden views to the extreme, these floor to ceiling windows run the full length of the room and an outdoor plant bed. The botanical view paints the room green, like a living wall mural.

Visualizer: SVOYA studio

Bedrooms with bathtubs always look decadent. In this one, a small step up to the bathroom area helps to define the space. LED strip lighting marks the edge of the step for both a pleasing aesthetic and for safety.

Visualizer: Omar Maghrabi

Dress with dramatic drapes. These dark master bedroom curtains hang heavy at full height windows, making the room feel cosily cocooned.

Designer: Forms Architects
Visualizer: A.T.O studio

A long curtain hangs at a glass wall ensuite in this bedroom, poised to provide privacy.

Visualizer: Omar Maghrabi

Mirrored headboard walls create the illusion of a larger bedroom area. Include a horizontal stripe of mirror above headboard level, or mount a floor-to-ceiling frameless cut behind each bedside unit.

Visualizer: JW.ZHOU Studio https://26318320.

Instead of shying away from offbeat architectural features, accentuate them with lighting and contrasting decor.

Visualizer: Vladislav Ishkov

Purple and black make an opulent master bedroom colour scheme duo. Add in gold bedroom accessories for precious sheen.

Visualizer: Marcin Kasperski

Dangle orb pendant lights in front of a window for celestial effect.

Visualizer: IQOSA

Slatted doors are a cool way to divide the main sleeping area of the bedroom from a walk-in closet, or an open plan ensuite bathroom. The slatted design allows airflow and light to travel between the two spaces. It also allows just a peek of what lies beyond without overwhelming the peaceful sleep zone with all of the added detail of the adjoined room.

Visualizer: Ivan Kucherenko & Volodymyr Dubashevskyi

Divide and conquer. When incorporating a home office area into the bedroom, it’s a good idea to create some kind of visual divide. In this bedroom, the simple desk appears to extrude straight out of a dark wall section, with the bed and bedsides attached to lighter wood panelling.

Designer: Phil Kean

Tie it together with a wrap of colour. A wide purple bedroom stripe wraps these walls and ceiling. Purple pillows and scatter cushions continue the theme.

Source: Ikea

Don’t underestimate the power of a great colour. Simple pieces furnish this blue bedroom, but the rich and saturated colour treatment makes it into a special room.

Visualizer: Evgeny Zjuba

Another clever mirrored headboard design – this time with etched glass.

Visualizer: MirrorR Studio

Seek a Yin and Yang balance of darkness and light. Huge sunny windows can afford a room to embrace a deep and dark colour scheme, like this deep stained wood and dark grey bedroom.

Visualizer: Igor Sirotov

Screens close across these windows to dip this black bedroom further into darkness.

Visualizer: Polygon

Layer up a minimalist look by placing a platform bed on top of a partial platform floor. A low level bedside volume completes the sleek linear look.

Visualizer: Ruetemple Studio

This partial platform floor has risers that morph into a morning coffee bar, and a warm seating nook by a wood burning stove.

Visualizer: Marina Khomiakova

Not a fan of strong colour? A hint of a tint can make all the difference.

Visualizer: Isadhora Omar

Raw brickwork is a great way to colour a room without commiting to paint selection.

Visualizer: Fernando Morrisoniesko

Carve out a rugged rustic bedroom. Textured stone walls, bare timber, a branch chandelier and a log burner make the perfect hideaway.

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