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26 Luxury Bedroom Ideas and DesignsRobert Peterson

Entering your bedroom should feel sacred. After the hustle and bustle of the day, you deserve to unwind in a relaxing space that encourages you to de-stress and indulge in the beauty around you. If you’re finding it difficult to set aside time to design a bedroom centered on the finer things in life, don’t worry. We’ve found the designer solutions you need to wake up on the right side of the bed every day. And some of their best luxury bedroom decorating ideas are surprisingly quick and easy to pull off.

Getting a luxury bedroom can be an affordable DIY project too. We love the idea of painting the floors to brighten up the space or investing in wall mirrors to make it look more open and expansive. Something as cheap and cheerful as stacking coffee table books to make a unique bedside table might even be the luxury finishing touch you’re looking for.

Whether you want to spruce up your own bedroom, satisfy your teenager’s ever-changing aesthetic, or make your guest room feel like a high-end hotel suite, a luxury bedroom is more accessible than you think. We’ve gathered a wealth of inspiration for practically every aesthetic and color preference (emerald green, anyone?), with features like rich velvet walls, colorful custom murals, ornate light fixtures, and billowing canopies. These 26 luxury bedroom ideas will help you set the tone for how you would like your days to begin and end.

Customize the Trim

Here’s proof that you can express yourself even if you stick to a neutral palette. Designer Leanne Ford called mural artist Carolyn Kelly to create a whimsical ribbonlike trim along the ceiling of this spacious bedroom. Add gold finishes to break up the taupes and ivories, and your heaven-sent room is set.

white and taupe bedroom by leanne ford

Robert Peterson

Let It Flow

Just imagine: You, a plush comforter, and the sun slipping through the windows. This Malibu bedroom designed by Martyn Lawerence Bullard whispers romance with a billowing layered canopy.

romantic luxury bedroom

Roger Davies

Go Day to Night

You’ll be crowned Hostess With the Mostess when visitors enter a luxe gray-blue guest room with a beautifully styled bookcase. Brynn Olson designed this elegant, hotel-like suite for House Beautiful‘s Whole Home 2022. The queen bed converts into a daybed for lounging after breakfast.

blue bedroom designed by brynn olson

Robert Peterson

Reach for the Sky

A world with upholstered velvet walls? Sign us up. Designer Allison Pickart chose a plush headboard to match and blend in, making the perfect backdrop for a cloudlike chandelier.

gray bedroom

Aaron Leitz

Layer a Print

Book a staycation without packing your bags in this European hotel–inspired bedroom designed by Ellen Niven. The walls, headboard, even the lampshades commit to print in an impactful fashion. Crisp monogrammed linens and a cozy throw complete the suite accommodations.

blue and white bedroom

Simson Watson

Play With Shades

Pear wallpaper and curved color-blocked headboards make this bedroom designed by Charlotte Lucas feel playful but elegant. Combined with the palette of peach, dusty rose, and lavender, it’s a look any teen would love.

pink and peach bedroom

Emily Minton Redfield

Bring the Garden In

If you’re madly in love with botanicals, go all out with a grid of framed prints and drapes, walls, and furniture in French blue toile. Since this space is your refuge, there’s no need to be shy about embracing a pattern you love, as designer Amy Berry did here.

floral blue bedroom

David A. Land

Tone It Down

Janie Molster designed this light plum and powder blue bedroom with walls painted in Benjamin Moore Adagio, a cool, versatile mid-tone gray. Gold accents on the canopy bed, vanity table, light fixture, chair, and curtain rods break up the soft colors.

blue and lavender luxury bedroom

Mali Azima

Sleep Like a Royal

Your coronation awaits! The emerald green walls with their intricate molding and the matching four-poster bed frame are the crown jewels here. Just add a simple white canopy and bedding.

green bedroom with canopy

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Elevate the Textures

Virginia Toledo and Jessica Geller designed this picturesque owner’s retreat for House Beautiful‘s Whole Home 2021. The unlikely pairings of fabrics and warm colors create a one-of-a-kind bedroom that mixes rose and earth tones. The whitewashed vaulted ceilings and beams draw eyes up, accentuating the room’s height and making it feel even airier.

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Stephen Karlisch

Go High Gloss

This room designed by Brian J. McCarthy is a major wake-up call for anyone who has been tempted to paint their bedroom room a wild color—it can work beautifully. The red lacquer paired with a flat white on the ceiling and a soft, creamy rug underfoot creates a space that’s bold yet soft and elegant.

red bedrooms

Fritz von der Schulenburg

Add a Partition

Ceiling height glass French doors might be the most beautiful way we’ve even seen to divide a space. In this formal loft by Maltev Design, they also create the illusion that the bedroom is twice as big and tall as it really is.

bedroom with glass doors

Maltsev Design

Breakfast in Bed

This room exudes sweetness with its canopy and scalloped linens. Don’t overlook the upholstered bench, either: It has an extra-wide back that makes it the perfect platform for breakfast in bed.

blue and white luxury bedroom

Melanie Acevado

Find a Gem

In this room designed by Kat Curtis, the custom wall mural is an absolute treasure. Jewel-toned accents and a glorious wooden bed frame bring out its textures and colors.

boho inspired bedroom

Thomas Loof

Pick Pinstripes

Designer Jeremy D. Clark expertly used moss green and pale yellow upholstery to elongate this dreamy bedroom and raise its ceilings. Large-scale floral wallpaper softens the stripes.

green stripes bedroom

Read McKendree

Think Soft

Gift yourself a daily foot massage in the form of a plush carpet. The buttery soft textures like chenille and velvet in this room designed by Les Ensembliers make every morning feel luxurious.

luxury bedroom

Paul Raeside

Save Space

Designed by Michael Chen, this bedroom features a breathtaking powder blue Murphy bed. When you fold it up, the space can serve as your mini gym or office.

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Accentuate an Alcove

The wallpaper in this Texas home‘s guest room, designed by Bailey McCarthy’s Miles Redd, tells a story you can get lost in. Quiet floral bedding balances it.

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House Beautiful

Let Purple Reign

Yes, you can have fun with darker hues—just bring prints and pastels into the mix. This fun bedroom designed by Atelier ND plays with shapes and patterns, from the geometric curtains to the cubic nightstand and floral bedding. The Pontefract by Paint & Paper Library on the walls is a deep purple-black with pink undertones.

purple luxury bedroom

Atelier ND

Drape the Walls

Bring the outdoors in with walls covered in curtains, as designers Mark Williams and Niki Papadopoulos did here. The drapes prevent “acoustic chaos” and “give depth and texture to the walls,” says Williams. Decorative accents like the chandelier and brass lamp add even more glamour.

green and taupe luxury bedrooms

Tomas Espinoza

Tell a Black and White Story

Leave out shades of gray for a bedroom that sticks to the stylish facts. Studio Monroe created a crisp color story you can re-create by mixing and matching black-and white prints and textures like a mohair blanket or velvet pillows.

black and white bedroom

Thomas Kuch

Keep It Neutral

Neutral can be a bold choice. Designer Hilary Matt proves it in a texture-rich bedroom that doesn’t hold back on warmth or luxury. It’s all about rich materials in fresh, playful shapes: the bedside pendant light, bouclé throw, low-slung accent chairs, and marble side table.

tan and blue bedroom

Courtesy of Hilary Matt

Stick to a Single Color

Straight out of a fairy tale, this lavender bedroom designed by Cathy Chapman shows how grown-up the color can be. If your room is on the smaller side, take note of the painted floor—its geometric design not only brings the palette together but makes the space look more open and airy.

lavendar grey luxury ideas

Annie Schlecter

Create a Collected Feel

Display your favorite vintage pieces and one-of-a-kind finds against a backdrop that helps them tell an even richer story. In this New York City apartment designed by David Frazier, Farrow & Ball Studio Green in a satin finish lets the walls’ texture show through for a moody, earthy effect.

bedroom with art

Gieves Anderson

Use Your Green Thumb

Designed by Melissa Colgan, this colorful bedroom is a plant lover’s dream come true. Botanical upholstery, bedding, coffee table books, and potted plants let you enjoy all your favorite flowers at one time.

green multipattern bedroom

Stacy Zarin Goldberg

Add a Modern Monogram

Here, Cathy Kincaid proves a guest bedroom can be elevated and comfortable. An ornate mirror and delicate light blue and white linens lighten up when paired with oversize pillows and cheeky embroidery. The implied message: sink in and stay awhile.

blue white and green bedroom

Miguel Flores-Vianna

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