I am digging all white modern bedroom ideas lately because they are so clean and chic looking. This is actually one of my favorite contemporary bedroom designs I have come across because there is just enough color and decor to make it feel very high end and finished, but yet it retains that very simple and minimalistic look. In my opinion, the key to achieving this style is their use of a layered white and grey color palette. Rather than playing around with a ton of different patterns and contrasting shades, they kept things quite monochromatic but added variation and visual interest in via layering different textures. This is an especially good technique if you need room decor ideas for a small bedroom, because it would allow you to add a ton of style without a lot of clutter.
If I am decorating a small space, you will nearly always see me use modern bedroom ideas because they are by far the cleanest and most simple -- perfect for maximizing limited floor plans. In this small condo guest bedroom, we struggled to find a layout that would work for a queen sized bed but that did not feel cramped. We finally found a great modern bedroom set with a small upholstered headboard and narrow coordinating nightstands that would have a low profile in the oddly shaped room. An all white and grey color palette seemed like the natural choice because it kept things bright and open feeling (despite the relatively cramped layout) and would allow them to decorate more later with artwork and a colorful textile or two.
I love using modern bedroom ideas in the master because these rooms in particular tend to be quite large and can handle bold designs. In general, I try to make a bold statement with master bedroom decor like bedding, accent furniture, artwork, and trinkets, but keep the paint palette a bit more neutral and simple. This technique allows you to swap out items quickly and easily as trends and style preferences change without requiring you to completely redo the entire room. I tend to select bedroom paint ideas that feature a soft grey or taupe, that most homeowners consider to be a serene neutral shade.
Whenever clients ask me for modern bedroom ideas that combine a contemporary edginess with some warmth and relaxation, I always show them these photos. This is one of my favorite bedroom interior design projects in my portfolio because it is soft and tranquil while still having some of the sharpness that attracts people to more modern styles. I think that the key to the success of this particular look is the layering of fabrics and textiles throughout the room. Although the walls and floor are quite simple and monochromatic, the area rug, bedlinen and sofas give that softness and femininity that the room was lacking. I would encourage you to remember this as you are putting together your contemporary master bedroom decorating ideas, and do not focus on only the bold and edgy pieces.
The reason I love modern bedroom ideas is because they bring such a clean and relaxing vibe to a space that is there to sooth you to sleep. I find bedroom decorating ideas with a ton of color, pattern and random trinkets to be a bit overwhelming and definitely do not encourage relaxation for me. I know a lot of people may find that appealing but I am just not one of them. I much prefer monochromatic modern bedroom designs like this this that primarily stick to a white and/or grey palette. I do enjoy the nice pop of mustard yellow on the bed as a cool accent. I may even carry that tone to some cool artwork or decorations on the bookshelves flanking the fireplace.
I love modern bedroom ideas that feature a minimalistic look and simple color palette, especially if they have awesome architectural features like this large picture window. This is an especially great thing to keep in mind if you need bedroom ideas for small rooms, because you want to keep your embellishments quite simple so as not to overcrowd the space. The room in this photo is not that large, but the huge window overlooking the lake, and the very minimal furniture makes the square footage seem larger than it really is. I think that this would be a wonderful bedroom design to imitate in any space with limited square footage because it is trendy yet timeless.