Calming colors, luxurious bedding and thoughtful details invite relaxation in these most-saved bedroom photos.
A low blue headboard evokes an ocean horizon line in this peaceful bedroom in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood, designed by Niche Interiors. Cloud-like wall art floats overhead next to suspended pendant globe lights that can be flicked on as reading lights. The rich mahogany wood tone of the bed frame and subtle glints of gold help balance the otherwise cool blue-gray palette.
This modern farmhouse-style home built by Fautt Homes features rich, textured finishes throughout, and the bedroom is no exception. Here, subtle wall paneling adds texture without busying the room’s clean lines and calm feeling. Soft lighting and a wash of sunlight from the large windows help make this bedroom feel even more inviting.
With sumptuous bedding, the glitter of a chandelier overhead and a plush shag carpet underfoot, this Austin, Texas, master suite is a little bit “extra” in all the best ways. Perhaps the most standout feature in the design, by Paper Moon Painting and Haven Design and Construction, is the accent wall behind the bed with a luminous patterned wallpaper. The dark tones of the side tables, lampshades and door to the master bath help anchor the design amid the white, gold and champagne tones.
There’s a lot to love about this bright, airy bedroom in Southern California by Kim Gordon Designs. Large black-frame windows let natural sunlight bathe the room and offer views to a lush garden outside. A minimalist black canopy bed ties in with the hue and style of the windows and anchors the bed as the focal point. The diverse textures of the natural wood flooring, cane chaise lounge, basket holding a large ficus, and woven carpets and bedding add a subtle richness.
This stunning bedroom sits in a contemporary Austin, Texas, home by Bernardo Pozas Residential Design. The architects took advantage of the surrounding woodland in every room. Floor-to-ceiling windows expose views of mature oak trees and woodland understory, making this bedroom feel like a peaceful, leafy retreat. Soft bedding, carpeting and a moss-colored bench add a feeling of luxury to the natural setting.
This guest bedroom by Devon Wegman of Devon Grace Interiors is part of a vacation home for a family of four on the shore of Lake Michigan. “We used many of the same colors, materials and finishes throughout to make the house feel cohesive and connected,” Wegman says. Iced Cube Silver paint by Benjamin Moore covers the walls throughout the home, including in the bedroom, evoking blue skies and clear water. Warm wood side tables and the matte black finish of the curtain rod, picture frame and bedside lamps add depth.
This inviting gray-and-white bedroom in Wilmington, North Carolina, by Mary Hannah Interiors stands out with its rich, subtle textures. The design features a graphic accent wall made of wood panels painted a soft dove gray, a hue echoed in deeper gray woven pendant lamps flanking the headboard. A tightly patterned area rug stands out against the wood floor and adds a playful twist.
This bedroom in a remodeled 1925 Colonial-style home features plenty of warm wood with soft gold accents. The neutral color palette was designed to draw attention to the home’s original details, including leaded glass windows and a coved ceiling. Updated light fixtures and art add a modern-eclectic feeling. The design was a collaboration between Casework, architect Paul Crowther and the brother-and-sister team of Ainslie-Davis Construction.
Bright geometric pillows add a jolt of color to this otherwise crisp black-and-white bedroom in Moscow. The designer used a handful of strategies to maximize utility and style in the limited space. The built-in headboard, window seat and desk with built-in cabinets — all painted a soft white — pack in plenty of utility without adding visual bulk. A hanging pendant light, rather than a table lamp, frees up space on the built-in bedside table.
The most-saved bedroom photo from the past three months exudes calm. The design, by Anne Brewer of Lewis Birks, was part of a renovation to convert a prewar Brooklyn, New York, apartment into a stylish pied-à-terre for a single father who frequently travels to New York for business. The bedroom features a pair of paintings that depict two cottages set in a snowy world of soft white and gray. The peaceful color scheme expands from the bedroom to the rest of the apartment, with accents of white, gray, brown and blue appearing throughout.