63 Beautiful Designer Bedrooms to Inspire You

A master bedroom designed by Elizabeth Kennedy and Ray Booth celebrates softness. It features an upholstered headboard from Joseph Company and bedding made from Rogers & Goffigon fabrics. Two skirted chairs by McAlpine for Lee Industries sit beside a custom steel-frame mirror, hand-silvered by R Squared. The ceiling fixture from Remains Lighting is one of several lanterns in the house. 

To create a calming atmosphere in a California vacation home, designer Frances Merrill brought in neutral colors, including a floor painted in Benjamin Moore's Rockport Gray. A Blu Dot Dodu bed in oatmeal wool felt and boudoir pillows in Kerry Joyce's Rigoletto velvet add texture, and the bedside lamps are from West Elm.

Don't overlook a DIY project. Justina Blakeney designed the curvy headboard with built-in nightstands for her "Jungalow". The bed is dressed in a Matteo duvet cover and a vintage Moroccan wedding blanket. The rug is by Blakeney for Loloi. The ceramic pendant lamp and artwork are vintage.

Perfectly paired linens bring this elegant master suite together. The exterior canopy and bed skirt are in Manuel Canovas's Solange fabric, and Leontine Linens' bedding has a curvaceous border that visually anchors the bed in the ethereal space. Tufted armchairs upholstered in Holland & Sherry's Kensington wool felt face a TV that slides out from under the bed.


Missing a guest bedroom in his New York apartment, Amir Khamneipur created a pair of six-foot-long banquettes that pivot to become twin beds. Upholstered in a Perennials outdoor fabric, they have built-in drawers for stashing luggage.

A Massachusetts home acknowledges its coastal setting with just the right amount of pattern. In the compact master bedroom, the window shades are in C&C Milano's Laveno Barre Mache and the walls are covered in Designers Guild's Moselle linen.

Architectural flat-file cabinets in his small bedroom give owner John Mayberry a surface for drawing as well as storage for completed works.

In the master bedroom of a Charleston guesthouse, the custom cypress platform bed has a roll-out trundle for guests with children. The hand-blown-glass chandelier is by David Taylor. The fur pillows were made from a vintage Pierre Cardin coat.

A Charleston home features designer Jill Sharp Weeks's signature mix of neutrals; the guest bedroom's iron bed is from Restoration Hardware, the linens are by Schoolhouse Electric and a mother-of-pearl mirror from Oly is flanked by rope pendants by Jeffrey Alan Marks for Palecek.


"This room was inspired by Charleston's eclectic history as a melting pot of various cultures and religions," designer Cameron Schwabenton says of a 1770s guesthouse. A vintage Bottega Veneta suitcase sits against the rough plaster wall, and the linen and raw-silk canopy creates the illusion of a four-poster bed. The Douglas Balentine drawing over the bed is meant to serve as the room's centerpiece.

The neutral palette throughout a South Carolina home is maintained in the master bedroom, where Michelle Prentice chose Kravet's Wild Silk for the curtains. The four-poster bed is from Hickory Chair. With its many mirrored surfaces, "the room sparkles so much at night, it feels lit by candlelight," the designer says.

The petite scale of the Colonial-era house required designer Jill Sharp Weeks to abandon symmetry and overlap one of the master bedroom's windows with the king-size bed. The upholstered headboard is by Restoration Hardware, and the lamps are from Ralph Lauren Home.

The restoration of a Charleston guesthouse revealed traces of blue pigment on the original lime-washed walls, which inspired the palette of a guest room.

For a wind-scoured, airy feel, designer Tammy Connor gave a beach house bedroom a queen bed made of recycled wood. Framed shore-bird prints from Antonio Raimo Galleries hang in a tight grid, and vintage hurricane lamps were turned into reading sconces by John Turner.

In the master bedroom of a Cape Cod estate, designer Kathryn M. Ireland's Sheer Stripe linen in Blue is draped from a coronet that the designer found at McKinney & Co. in London years ago. The headboard is covered in her Abu linen.

In a Florida guest bedroom, designer Tammy Connor covered twin headboards in Matteo's nubby Knot throws to amp up texture. She also made a graphic pattern on the wall out of vintage spools of thread.

The fragrance of gardenias drifts in through the guest room door, enhancing the romance of the canopy bed in a Florida vacation home.

Wicker twin beds in a Cape Cod guest bedroom are topped with mosquito-net canopies made from designer Kathryn M. Ireland's Roses linen in Pistachio. Throw pillows are covered in her Ithaca linen in Mauve, Lavender, and Pistachio.


In a traditional New York home, the curtains are mounted high to emphasize the master bedroom's grand proportions. Quadrille's Henriot Floral is repeated on the headboard, bed skirt, chair, and ottoman. Bed linens, Jane Wilner Designs. Walls in Benjamin Moore's Watercolor Blue.

The boys' bedroom of a Long Island colonial has a distinctly nautical vibe. Walls in Benjamin Moore's Santorini Blue.


Designer Christopher Maya conjured a romantic refuge for a daughter's bedroom in a dreamy range of blues. Walls are upholstered in China Seas' Rio, and the headboard and Roman shade are in Henriot Floral by Quadrille. Bedding by Fine Linens. A Single Gourd lamp by Christopher Spitzmiller tops a bedside table by Chelsea Textiles.


A custom settee covered in cobalt fabric brings a surge of life to the master bedroom in a 1930s Georgian home. The headboard and Roman shades are in Chelsea Editions' Gold Vine.

The window wall was the only spot to squeeze a bed into a Florida cottage's guest room, so designer Todd Romano chose a headboard that lets daylight shine through. Walls are painted in Irish Spring with trim in White Dove, both by Benjamin Moore. D. Porthault linens bring in a splash of coral. Pineapple lamp from Mecox.


The master bedroom in a Beverly Hills home by Mary McDonald is enveloped in a soothing sky blue. Bedding, Schweitzer Linen. Custom headboard. Lamp, Keramis. Bench upholstered in a Carleton V fabric.

"All the color and pattern really make the guest room pop," says designer Betsy Burnham, who added a vintage Suzani headboard and Moroccan rugs to this patterned bedroom.


A 19th-century Indian rug from Rugs & Art was the inspiration for this master bedroom's soft palette. Bed by Posse Furniture. Sheets by Deborah Sharpe Linens. Throw from Jayson Home. Vintage lamp from Downtown. Curtains in S. Harris's Tibet silk with Lee Jofa's Vintage Link trim. Walls throughout the house are painted in Benjamin Moore's White Dove.


An 18th-century Italian carved-wood headboard is the focal point in the sun-filled master bedroom in a Spanish Colonial home. Pillows covered in embroidered fabrics by Holland & Sherry accent a French sofa. Armchair in a Manuel Canovas silk. Bed linens by Matouk. The Savonnerie rug is by Stark.

Vintage posters create a bold alternative to a headboard in the master bedroom of a Los Angeles home. Kerry Joyce's Petite Fleur fabric for the curtains and a Formations bench introduce "a deeper beige, for intimacy," says designer John De Bastiani. A George Smith armchair in Holland & Sherry's Pyrnees pairs with a table from Dessin Fournir. Christopher Spitzmiller lamps. Walls painted in Farrow & Ball's Wevet.

In the master bedroom of a Swedish summer home, the steeply pitched roof became even more dramatic with the addition of patterned panels (which were upholstered in Pindler's Alessia). The vintage bench is covered in a Duralee fabric.


The master bedroom in an Ann Arbor home gets an urbane look thanks to dramatic ebony walls (Acacia Grass by Ralph Lauren Home), and an upholstered bed from ABC Carpet & Home. Modern Border duvet and shams by DwellStudio. Bara Cash- mere throw by Madeline Weinrib. Curtains in Restoration Hardware's Belgian Textured linen.

"I added mirrors to both sides of every door upstairs to brighten the space," designer Michelle Adams says of her Michigan home. The guest room's bohemian vibe was inspired by the Gigi Stoll photograph. Bedding by Matouk. Calico's Jamil cotton covers its Zoe ottoman and Ralph Lauren Home's Beckford lamps. Walls painted in Tibetan Jasmine by Ralph Lauren Paint.

In an elegant Manhattan apartment, designers Bill Brockschmidt and Courtney Coleman nixed curtains but kept the room cozy. Walls in Madison Sheer by Rose Tarlow Melrose House and a headboard covered in Lee Jofa's La Fiorentina stand in for the warmth of drapes. Embroidered bed linens from Julia B. and vintage stools covered in Jasper's Remy.

Inside this Vermont Farmhouse's master bedroom sits a Gwendoline spindle bed by Bradshaw Kirchofer, handmade from solid pine. It is accompanied by a small table from Ballard Designs. The room's chair is upholstered in Kravet's Versailles velvet, and all is surrounded by leaf wallpaper by Katie Ridder. The modern Classic sconce on the wall is from Shades of Light, grounded with a Montreaux carpet by Stark.

In the daughter's room, Soane Britain's Petal swing-arm light glows above a West Elm side table. The walls are painted in Benjamin Moore's Sail Cloth. "The daughter's room is very feminine," says designer Palmer Weiss, designer of this colorful San Francisco home. She used Pindler's Mayer stripe for the canopy and bed skirt, and Raoul Textiles' Amijao for the headboard and curtains.

Going for "calm, clean, ethnic chic," designer Nathan Turner mixed two Muriel Brandolini fabrics with muted metallic prints for the guest bedroom's walls and bed of this retro-colored home. The bedding — Leontine Linens — is implemented once more.

In the master bedroom of this 1930s Bel Air home, walls and headboard upholstered in Jasper's Indian Flower fabric create a fresh, breezy backdrop for fine antiques, such as this neoclassical wooden chest of drawers from Kristen Buckingham. The vintage Italian lamp sitting atop the dresser is from Eccola, and the bedding is Leontine Linens.

Paintings by local artists hang in the bedroom of this Nantucket boathouse, designed by Gary McBournie. The headboard is upholstered in Peter Fasano's Reef, and the Athena bed linens are by Yves Delorme. A handwoven mohair throw, by Nantucket Looms, lays on top of the bed.

In this diminutive bedroom, designed by Elizabeth Pyne, antique bird prints, Matouk linens, and Christopher Spitzmiller's Aurora lamp subtly stand out from walls painted in Benjamin Moore's Snow Angel. The custom headboard is upholstered in Thibaut's Hampton Ponds.


Max Sinsteden's hanging sconces take up less space than table lamps in his Manhattan studio's bedroom. The custom shades pick up the colors of the headboard, upholstered in Le Manach's Toiles de Tours Nuage and trimmed in carpet binding.

Janet Gregg's Charleston, South Carolina cottage is nothing short of exuberant. The designer hand painted the large scale tree pattern on the walls of her bedroom. The silvery finishes on the bureau and stool help reflect light around the space.

Pattern, pattern everywhere — Persian Pear wallpaper by Joanna Rock envelops the master bedroom in a Lake Michigan house designed by Martin Horner of Soucie Horner. The Simla sleigh bed from Robert Lighton is accented with throw pillows from Lynda O'Connor and Max & Company on top of embroidered pillow shams by Jed Johnson. Wisteria's Moorish chest doubles as a night table. Rug by Oscar Isberian.

In the master bedroom of an Birmingham, Alabama, apartment decorated by Doug Davis and Hannon Kirk Doody, a pair of chairs by Lee Industries is covered in the company's Serengeti with leather piping.


In the master bedroom of a New York apartment decorated by Amanda Nisbet, Holland & Sherry's boiled wool was used for the curtains and headboard to create a cozy and enveloping feel. Custom Cool Rugs' Opaque carpet "adds a little excitement." Walls in Benjamin Moore's Aura in White

In Eric Stonestreet's master bedroom, decorated by Nathan Turner, lavender accents contrast against walls in Phillip Jeffries's Donegal Grey tweed.

In Amanda Lindroth's Bahamas house, a ceiling-high canopy of white eyelet is a grand gesture in a guest room. Bed linens, Matouk.


In a Sonoma house decorated by Rela Gleason, the master bedroom was designed around the antique mizuya chest, with its bold iron hardware. A vintage "boot" trunk from an old English automobile stands at the foot of a contemporary bed upholstered in indigo chenille. Bed linens by Garnet Hill. Wall lights by Restoration Hardware.

In a Greenwich, Connecticut, house, a daughter's bedroom is all feminine glamour. She loves pink, but designer Lee Ann Thornton gave her a bolder version: vivid fuchsia. The bed, upholstered in Raoul Textiles' Chunari, plays off the silver-threaded grass cloth, Glam Grass by Phillip Jeffries. Jonathan Adler stools.


Custom black paint by Fine Paints of Europe sets off a magnificent bed in the master bedroom of a Chicago townhouse decorated by Steven Gambrel. The voluminous canopy and hangings are in Corelli cotton from Fabricut with Scalamandré tape trim, and the bed frame is upholstered in Lockett from Stark. Pendant lanterns, Circa Lighting.


In a Lake Forest, Illinois, house full of strong rooms, the master bedroom's pale colors offer a serene respite. designer Ruthie Sommers began with the patterned rug from Melrose Carpet and the striped Acanthus wallpaper by Farrow & Ball. The matching headboard and bed skirt are in Madeleine by Carleton V with Samarkand trim by Old World Weavers. The custom nightstand is covered in Fortuny's Papiro and topped with a lamp from Filament Lighting. The vanity is from Habité, and the mirror over it is from Harbinger.

For an air of calm seclusion in a Pacific Northwest house, "almost everything in the master bedroom is hushed," Markham Roberts explains. He hung an antique Persian camel saddlebag above an Edelman suede bolster at the head of the built-in platform bed. An antique textile from Jordan acts as a coverlet.

The master bedroom in a Florida house is "soft, subtle, and refined," designer Marshall Watson says. "It invites light, air, and the silvery reflections from the water." The focal point is the Lancaster bed from his Continental collection for Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman, inspired by the architecture of Georgian buildings he had seen in London. Curtains are in a Lee Jofa crewel on linen: "It's great to take an unexpected texture like that into a tropical environment."

"I like the serenity of pure white linens and very soft, muted colors," designer Brooke Davenport says of the master bedroom in her Los Angeles house. The custom headboard is upholstered in a Scalamandré linen, and the Minotti chaise longue is covered in a Donghia fabric. Custom nightstands and mirrors. Lamps, Ralph Lauren Home. Cocoon silk duvet over Sferra bed linens. Bone mirror above bed, JF Chen.

In a Newport Beach, California cottage designed by Peter Dunham, an Alexander Calder print and Sultan's Suzanni bedding by Martyn Lawrence Bullard inject a fanciful air in the guest bedroom.

The bedroom is a study in contrasts. The ceiling, painted in Farrow & Ball's high-gloss Hague Blue, appears even more reflective about the soft matte texture of the red Hudson Bay blanket by Woolrich. The ornately carved midcentury Italian starburst mirror punctuates the plain expanse of wall painted Benjamin Moore's Coventry Gray. Glimmering nailheads outline Hickory Chair's Chelsea Bed by Thomas O'Brien.

Designer Benjamin Dhong balanced the "masculine strength" of the custom bed in a San Francisco row house with a vintage Curtis Jere brass porthole mirror and gold Murano glass lamps by Steve Jensen from William Switzer: "I like the geometry of clean, straight lines and hard angles, but it can be oppressive. Circular elements are compelling and very human.

In a New York modernist beach house decorated by Christina Murphy, the master bedroom's knockout punch is a dramatically overscale headboard covered in Raoul Textiles' Exoticus Elephant Leaf.

Designer Amanda Nisbet's daughter's room in a New York apartment is "hip and young, with splashes of modern art" by Polly Apfelbaum hanging on the bookcase, and Gregg Carbo over the bed. "It's a room she can grow into, although I've left some little-girl elements." The extra-tall headboard and the window shade are Canovas's Mantego Tourmaline within navy-blue cotton tape. Carpet is Stark's Beaton in brown. Note the stylized Greek Key on the rug and headboard.

In the master bedroom of a San Francisco Victorian, Ralph Lauren Home's Sloane Stripe wallpaper "provides relief from the heavily ornamented bed," designer Ken Fulk says. Antique Asian hatboxes serve as nightstands. Fulk's smart double Roman shade offers variable light control by layering opaque linen duck over translucent grass cloth.

In this little girl's room by Ken Fulk Design, white faux patent leather headboards were custom-made. The black-and-white bedding completes the look of the bed.

At the foot of a very chaste antique American bed in a bedroom of an 1820 Colonial house in New Jersey designed by Albert Hadley, one of a pair of English Regency benches, wearing its original flaking paint. The freshly painted bed completely folds up — webbing, canopy, side rails, and all!

A suzani bedspread from eBay and a Venetian-inspired headboard covered in Nouvelle Orleans, a cut velvet from Clarence House that looks like ironwork, add exoticism to the master bedroom in a Brooklyn townhouse designed by Jonathan Berger. The Napoleon III rope ottoman covered in an Aubusson tapestry is from Henri Vanhoenacker Antiques.

With a cool dip of color and a bright splash of pattern, an attic-like space in a Hamptons cottage became a lofty and restful haven. Designer Leslie Klotz found the quilt at a Brimfield summer antiques show, the accent pillow in Venice. Lamp by Christopher Spitzmiller. Wall color is Spring Mint and trim is Light Touch, both by Benjamin Moore.

For this guest room in a Nantucket cottage, designer John Willey took a 1960s colors combination — aqua and orange — and updated it. Walls are Benjamin Moore's Lido Green. The Straw Woven throw and Maharaja Golden bolster are by John Robshaw.

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