50+ Colorful Bedrooms That Will Make You Wake Up Happier



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The light-filled master bedroom designed by Anne Maxwell Foster and Suysel dePedro Cunningham is covered in Sandberg's Raphaël wallpaper. A Tilton Fenwick for Target headboard is upholstered in the duo's Jax fabric for Duralee.

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Pale purple runs throughout this Park Avenue apartment, including the master bedroom's custom headboard and hummingbird wallpaper by Cole & Son. Pottery Barn's Duncan Diamond rug adds a neutral counterpoint to the room, and an ikat pillow from Bunny Williams Home is the final touch. 

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The master bedroom in this Tudor beach house, which overlooks the ocean, is covered in Christopher Farr Cloth's Carnival wallpaper. "I wanted it to feel like a cocoon,"  says designer Colleen Bashaw. The custom burlap bed with nailhead trim is dressed with monogrammed pillowcases by Leontine Linens, sheets from Schweitzer Linen and a Les Indiennes throw. 

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In the boys' room of this Lake Tahoe mountain home, designer Matt O'Dorisio used curtain-shaded bunks in Farrow & Ball's Calke Green, which were inspired by Pullman train cars. 

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In this Tudor beach house, designer Colleen Bashaw mixed patterns and textures to create a cozy feel in the daughter's bedroom. The side table is draped in a custom pink zebra linen.

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Even a sophisticated Manhattan apartment can afford to go wild in a kid's space. A rainbow-hued Italian Sputnik-style chandelier hangs in a boy's bedroom and a trellis-print Phillip Jeffries grass cloth covers the walls.

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In this girl's room designed by Matt O'Dorisio, custom rails and stairs make it easy to reach the top of Pottery Barn bunk beds. Linen curtains and pillows are in Tulu's Kezban. 

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At the heart of a studio apartment, the bed alcove lacks natural light but walls in Colorhouse's Grain .01 "makes the room feel like it's bathed in Mediterranean sunshine," says designer Sara Bengur. A hand-embroidered bedcover, kilim throw pillows and a wool throw (all from Sara Bengur Shop) cozy up the nook even more. 

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While this Maryland home features mostly muted tones, a canopy in royal purple adds a regal touch to a girl's bedroom. The tulip wallpaper comes from Harlequin, and Nevis curtains by Lady Ann Fabrics are trimmed in a Samuel & Sons pom-pom fringe.

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Don't shy away from pink in the master suite. Colefax and Fowler's Bowood wallpaper covers the walls and ceiling of a townhouse bedroom. A pink shade tops Thomas O'Brien's Paolo sconce, matching the monogrammed linens and tufted bench.

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Designer Lindsey Coral Harper embraces pattern in her Manhattan bedroom, with Quadrille's Bali Isle wallpaper and a Jayson Home chair covered in Madeline Weinrib's Daphne ikat. The Madison headboard from Lamshop is upholstered in Kravet's Guilty Pleasure. The wardrobe and stool, in a Duralee fabric, are vintage Milo Baughman. An IKEA armoire has hardware from Nest Studio.

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"We wanted a bright, cheery room that said little boy," designer Miles Redd says of a kid's room in a New York City apartment. He paired the existing carpet with hand-painted faux-bois walls by Hurtado. "The red outline lends graphic edge."

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Designer Mackay Boynton created a dramatic backdrop in the bedroom of his Texas cottage. The valance hangs from the ceiling and along the wall and the canopy is lined in a navy-and-white lattice-patterned fabric. The coverlet is an antique suzani, and the monogrammed shams are from Pottery Barn.

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Two cheery patterns from Designers Guild call on a similar palette in a Hamptons bedroom by Lisa McFadden. The tulip print, Mei P'ing, graces the twin beds and Roman shade, while a geometric fabric covers the benches.

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"I wanted the room to seem like a fantasy birdcage of sorts," designer Miles Redd says of a young girl's bedroom, "which is why we added the lattice motif to the ceiling and door."

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In a Nantucket beach house, the master bedroom walls have a decorative cross-glaze paint finish by Audrey Sterk, and an armchair by the window is the spot to take it all in.

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In a Greenwich Village bedroom, the walls are covered with stenciled abstract trees, and a brown bedskirt softens the steel four-post bed. The Red Tape bench from Bunny Williams Home is upholstered in Holly Hunt's Take Direction with trim by Passementerie.

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Gary McBournie's beach cottage has become a meeting place for friends and family every summer. He used soft oranges, blues and greens to create this welcoming guest room. The custom Bob Collins & Sons upholstered walls reflect the light, joyful feeling the designer sought for the house.

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In the master bedroom of a Northern California house, a much-loved duvet cover already owned by the client was Matthew Leverone's jumping-off point. He pulled the soft, silvery blue out of its pattern for the walls, in Benjamin Moore's Aura in Silver Mist, and used a complementary fabric, Angle Lane from Robert Allen, for curtains and shades. John Robshaw's Roti pillow looks playful atop a chair in Pindler & Pindler's Ghent.

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In this 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.

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A hand-painted silk wallcovering (De Gournay's Sans Souci) turns a New York City master bedroom decorated by Miles Redd into a little paradise. The valances around the window and mirror add an exotic touch and are upholstered in the same fabric as the headboard and window-seat cushion, Extra Silk by Isaac Mizrahi for S. Harris.

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In his bedroom, Scot Meacham Wood designed his cozy headboard as a buffer to San Francisco's chilly nights. The nailhead trim is smartly repeated atop grosgrain ribbon under the picture rail. Walls in Benjamin Moore Aura in Fresh Clay are the color of Wood's preferred Scottish breakfast tea.

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Measured doses of bright hues bring personality without overwhelming this 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."

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"Aqua is elegant and flattering. You feel pretty in this bedroom, and pretty never goes out of style." In the master bedroom of this formal Long Island home, Tiffany blue walls — Benjamin Moore's Blue Bonnet — are a cool counterpoint to the deeper hues in the fabrics, from Scalamandré's Chi'en Dragon for the bed and curtains to Osborne & Little's Limpopo on the stool.

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"I'm a pushover for gingham curtains," says designer Jeffery Bilhuber. Made of Chelsea Textiles' Large Check, they create a focal point in the master bedroom of this colorful farmhouse.

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To replace the master bedroom's shutters in his mother's home, designer Miles Redd had custom curtains and pelmets made in pea-green silk taffeta with cream trim "for drama and luxury." The carpet is from Stark. "Every bedroom needs a note of softness," he says.

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"Blue has always been my favorite color," says Garrow Kedigian, who painted his bedroom in Benjamin Moore's Alfresco. He transformed an antique four-poster bed with a canopy made from Kravet Couture's Cadence fabric.

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A Canadian townhouse's guest bedroom, which is equipped with a pair of 18th-century beds upholstered in a Pierre Frey fabric, exudes warmth with walls painted in Benjamin Moore's Terra Mauve.

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The bright pastel hue is an unexpected backdrop for lime green and turquoise elements. It's also an ideal "they'll grow with it" shade for kids' rooms.

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The bold orange hue in the wallpaper, bed, and bedding give this Bahamas master bedroom by Amanda Lindroth a cheerful vibe. (It also keeps the space from feeling too much like a Creamsicle.)

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In an East Hampton bedroom, an April Gornik painting is set off by walls in Tavern Green by The Old-Fashioned Milk Paint Co.. Designer Bunny Williams chose an Indonesian quilt for its texture "and Deco feeling."

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In the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, designer Kathleen Rivers decorated a vacation house with a style that's rustic but refined. With clapboard walls painted pale yellow — Benjamin Moore's Hepplewhite Ivory — the master bedroom conjures its own sunny weather.

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Big color works in a small space: Benjamin Moore's Newburg Green on the guest room walls of this Los Angeles bungalow plays off fabrics in hot tropical colors. "Dark colors don't necessarily make a room smaller," designer Moises Esquenazi says. "And besides, I don't mind a bedroom that feels small, especially since its primary use is for sleeping. Why should it not be dark, moody or sensual? It really is a kind of sanctuary."

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"The master bedroom has a very retro feel to it," says designer Mona Ross Berman, "with the pink, tangerine, and lavender color palette, the paisley linen, and the zigzag Missoni-esque pattern on the floor."

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Designer Ashley Whittaker wanted this Greenwich, Connecticut, bedroom for her client's college-age daughter to feel sophisticated, but still youthful and feminine. "Lavender has a whole new point of view when it's mixed with turquoise and navy," Whittaker says. "It says 'girl' without screaming 'girly girl.' " She upholstered the bed in Suzzani by Quadrille and dressed it in Matouk Mirasol bedding.

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In the master bedroom of this East Hampton, New York, house, designer Meg Braff used strong doses of white to balance the summery intensity of the wall, covered in Manila Hemp in Kelly Green by Phillip Jeffries. "Grass cloth is a great tool for giving a little warmth and character and weight to a new house, a feeling of 'It's always been here,' Braff says. "It's nice to have that layer, but still have it feel fresh and clean."

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Dark green lacquered walls in a Cape Cod bedroom are the perfect backdrop. "It has been an interesting experiment to put different colors into the space," designer and homeowner Kristin Hein says. "The pinks, reds and yellows look even brighter against this pitch-green." Bedroom pillows made from a 1920s Chinese embroidered curtain sprawl on a Quadrille Da Vinci duvet cover.

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Brilliantly rich yellow in a custom mix intensifies the radiance of the morning sun in the master bedroom of a New York apartment. "All colors look good in high gloss," designer Todd Klein says. "But the paint has to be really good. And so does the painter." But he does have one word of caution: rooms with only a northern exposure shouldn't be done in hot colors such as red, orange or yellow.

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Designer Tobi Fairley swathed this master bedroom in a Fayetteville, Arkansas, house in silvery blues. "It really is the epitome of Hollywood glam, which is what my client wanted," Fairley says. "The smoky silk-satin headboard set the tone. Then you thrown in the mirrored bedside tables, the lustrous bedding, the Lucite curtain hardware, and the starburst mirror, and you're so far down that road you can't go back."

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A girl's bedroom in a San Francisco home is painted Benjamin Moore's Tickled Pink because it counteracts the gray and foggy light of the city. "Pink is warmer and more enveloping," designer Stephen Shubel says.

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To add weight to the bright green guest room in a Colonial Revival house in Lattingtown, New York, designer Meg Braff covered the headboard and sofa in Starry Night, a large-scale deep blue chinoiserie toile from Schumacher. "Green is actually a color I use as a neutral—it integrates so well with other colors," Braff says. "It's like a garden where green is the backdrop—all the colors of the flowers look good against it."

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This large guest room in a 1940s Charlotte, North Carolina, house needed graphic punch. "The room is quite large, and I knew it could handle a deep color," designer Lindsay Coral Harper says. "I do blue a lot on walls, but only intense blues, like this navy." She started with the Stark carpet, and ended with the Greek Key pendant light from C. Bell.

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For the master bedroom of a New York apartment, designer Philip Gorrivan chose a peacock-blue wallcovering by Maharam. The rich hue of a Roberto Giulio Rida cabinet is reiterated on the bed, upholstered in Sultan velvet by Stark. Rosewood mirror by Jean Bérenger de Nattes. The warm browns are an earthy counterpoint to the strong blue.

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With walls covered in a green-striped Larsen wallpaper, the guest room of this Bermuda-style Florida beach house by designers Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller is colorful and modern.

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The bed in this bold New York apartment is designed by Christopher Maya, and is upholstered in Pasha Sprig from Penny Morrison.

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This Manhattan apartment's master bedroom is painted Farrow & Ball Picture Gallery Red and Charleston Gray. Designer Alexander Doherty was inspired by the palette of the galleries' walls at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Laptop the cat poses beneath a Thomas McKnight streetscape and an anonymous beach scene. Priscilla Alexander painted the abstract portrait over the Chinese chair, as well as the portrait next to the bed.

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Designer Mary Douglas Drysdale was so charmed by her client's hand-painted childhood furniture that she copied its floral pattern on the walls in the bedroom of their Georgetown row house. The subtle green is used throughout the room.

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The wallpaper — Quadrille's Independence Engraving — in this Maine summer house's master bedroom designed by John Knott and John Fondas depicts George Washington at the reins of a leopard-drawn chariot; the design was taken from a 1783 British printed fabric. The blue bedding acts as a cool accent to the intricate red and white pattern on the walls.

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In this Ann Pyne-designed New York house, the "eye-popper" bed is a luxurious sea of pink satin — Cowtan & Tout's Salsa silk satin on the canopy sky, the headboard, and the coverlet. The bed curtains, valance, and skirt are in the same fabric as the curtains, Klotz by Country Swedish.

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Orange bedding accents brighten a white guest room in this San Francisco row house by designer Benjamin Dhong.

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Designer Kelly Giesen had John Mahoney's Kiku Komon wallpaper printed on silver Mylar for the bedroom of her New York apartment. The Wolf Home headboard is upholstered in a silver fabric from Gray Line Linen. The chandelier is available through Kelly G Design.

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Phillip Jeffries Arches wallpaper and a Claremont bedcover adorn the guest bedroom of this Georgetown town house by designers Hillary Thomas and Jeff Lincoln. The modern, orange chairs add more color to the room. The space has "a 1960s Morocco-a-go-go vibe," Lincoln says.

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Seafoam green Casamance fabric through Ernest Gaspard is the accent color in a guest bedroom in this Atlanta house by designer Kay Douglass.

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A guest bedroom in designer Ken Fulk's Provincetown, Massachusetts, house, is vibrant with color — John Robshaw bedding, paintings by Marion Vinot. Fulk's design demonstrates a neutral palette on the walls being an ideal complement to colorful accents.

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The canopied Jaipur bed — designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard — in this California house's master bedroom was inspired by a bed that belonged to Babe Paley. His Adras Ikat Print pillows add a revved-up mix of the rooms's pink, blue, and yellow palette.

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In designer Kelee Katillac's master bedroom in Kansas City, Missouri, the mats on the Piranesi Grand Tour engravings and framed fabric behind the bed are the same silk blend as the curtains, Sophia, from Katillac's Couture Collection. The Greek key trim is custom-embroidered. "Aquamarine symbolizes flow and harmony," Katillac says, "while being vivid enough to be sexy."

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Designer Allison Paladino created an oceanfront Palm Beach house that's colorful, happy, and full of energy. In the daughter's bedroom, a crosshatched paint finish softens the strong raspberry walls and a lush green ottoman saddles up against the foot of the bed. Limiting the palette to reds, greens, and tans, she cautions, "I think you shouldn't use too many colors when you're working with bold shades."

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In a small New York City apartment, Nick Olsen designed a Moorish arched headboard in shiny red leather with lavender piping to contrast with the bedroom's matte walls in Fine Paints of Europe Eurolux Interior Matte in Navy Blue.

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