So many of the bedroom design ideas I have been browsing lately all look the same. There are not very many eye catching decor schemes or unique design elements. This room, on the other hand, is unlike any I have seen. I absolutely love the unique arched ceiling feature. It gives the room a fantastic futuristic look, while not necessarily distracting from the more traditional elements of the bedroom decoration. Tray ceilings are a fairly common architectural feature nowadays, but this is so much better. I also love the luxurious features that this master suite incorporates. Between the fireplace with gorgeous limestone surround, panelled double doors, and automatic closing curtains, it gives the feeling of staying in a five star hotel.
Just because you have a small bedroom, does not mean that you can’t bring huge amounts of style to the space. Any of your favorite bedroom ideas can be modified to accommodate a limited floorplan with a just a little bit of design knowledge and creativity. For this small bedroom design, we used a large master suite with contemporary decor and a grey color palette as the inspiration. I found the idea in one of my favorite home decor magazines but I wasn’t sure if I could use it because my room is so much smaller than the one in the picture. But, I took aspects of the decor and combined it with small bedroom ideas I had found, and came up with this fabulous space.
We love getting kids bedroom jobs because they are such a fun departure from the oftentimes simple and understated decor preferences of adults. Teen bedroom ideas can be elegant as well, there is just more room for creativity and eclectic design elements. This playful room was one of our favorite jobs because our young client was very involved in the design process. She had compiled a collection of girls bedroom ideas that she wanted to incorporate throughout the room. She loved a French country theme, wanted pink and green accents, and really hoped to incorporate a plush area rug in the decor. I think we were able to give her everything she asked for.
Kids rooms are an absolute joy to design because you can let your creativity and inner child run wild. Boys bedroom ideas are particularly fun because they can incorporate so many bold and whimsical elements. We just love how this young man’s room turned out. He specifically requested stripes on his walls, so we select two bedroom colors — a coordinating blue and grey tone — and used a very easy painting technique to create this look. We simply painted the walls in the lighter shade and let it dry thoroughly. Then we used a handheld construction laser and painters tape to mark off the stripes, and finished it off by painting the darker shade.
One of our favorite types of homes to tackle are vacation homes, and this lovely island bedroom design is one of our top picks. The client wanted to incorporate a West Indies vibe throughout their spacious Virgin Islands home. The architecture featured tall tray ceilings, open verandas to let in the ocean breeze, and gorgeous espresso wood flooring. We wanted to highlight each of these elements unique to the home, while also infusing the space with an elegant and relaxing design. The homeowner was drawn to bedroom decor ideas that featured traditional colonial styles. For this reason we chose a stunning intricately carved canopy bed with coordinating nightstands.
We are always looking for new and exciting master bedroom ideas to incorporate in our clients houses. I love how this model home features an eclectic mix of timeless elegance and country rustic decor. The beautiful dark plank floors, faux animal skin rug, and limestone fireplace make you feel as though you are in a rustic country estate. However, the lovely neutral color palette, upholstered bed, and delicate antique armchairs have elevate the look to high end master bedroom decor. The whole room is unlike what you typically see in today’s magazines and interior design guides. This would be quite an easy to look to recreate by bringing in a few simple elements.