50 Bedroom Ideas You Haven't Seen A Million Times Before

Ombre walls are happening.

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Just because no one ever sees it, doesn't mean you should skimp on making your bedroom totally amazing. It's your private space to recharge, relax, or just escape from everyone entirely, so make sure it's a place you actually look forward to spending time in. No matter how bold you want to go, how large your space is, or what your design preference is, we've got plenty of ideas to get you inspired.

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Statement-Making Lighting

If the bright colored rug and sleek mounted lights weren't enough, this bedroom has also got a seriously swoon-worthy pendant. The Moroccan-inspired fixture adds exotic appeal, and helps anchor the space.

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More: 20 Bohemian Room Decor Ideas for the Ultimate Free Spirit

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Seriously Sexy

Black might sound scary, but it looks totally sexy in a bedroom. To keep it from feeling too dark, opt for white bedding and make sure you have enough natural light in the room.

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Use Jewel Tones

Deep blues, purples, and jewel-tone greens liven up a stark white room. To up the vibe even more, add in brass accents like a lamp, drawer pulls, and a chandelier.

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Forest Vibes

Unexpected, totally, but an earthy, forest green is seriously all the cozy feels. Combine it with rich, patterned textiles and we're done for.

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Southwestern Chic

Livestock drawings, patterned pillows, cool textiles—check, check, check. This Southwestern bedroom is so chic, it's making us rethink our whole design aesthetic.

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The Bolder, The Better

Not only do these bright turquoise walls add color, but the vibrant, patterned pillows make it feel extra fun. A large window and white bedding keep it feeling light & airy.

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Create A Reading Nook

If you're going to be hanging out in your bedroom, you need a spot to sit other than your bed. This chair with a cozy sheepskin throw and a patterned pillow is inspiring us to actually finish that book.

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Ombre Is In

Monochromatic walls are over. Try an ombre effect on your wall, then pick up the hues in your bedding.

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Au Naturel

Even if your space is mostly neutral, you can add character—and coziness—thanks to natural textures. This room features alpaca pillows & a throw, a suede shade, and linen.

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Contrast Your Colors

Color, good. Matchy-matchy, not so much. Avoid the blah factor by varying your tones. For blue walls, choose blue curtains in a darker hue.

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More: 14 Calming Paint Colors for Your Bedrooms

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Make A Headboard Wall

If you want to really make a statement, skip the mounted headboard and use your wall instead. We're obsessed with this DIY wood statement wall.

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Get Low With Your Furniture

Instead of oversized furniture, opt for minimalist, low-to-the-ground beds and nightstands. Not only will your room look less cluttered, but it's also a life-saver if you've got a small bedroom.

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Laid-Back Contemporary

A sea blue rug and white walls and beams create a light and airy feel in this bedroom. The exposed wood accents and modern art up the contemporary vibes.

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Artsy Fartsy

Your headboard isn't the only thing that can make a statement on your bed wall. Opt for a low headboard and hang pictures above your bed to mix it up.

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Bed Goals

A headboard is cool, but this is a room you spend a lot of time in, so go all out and add a footboard too. A bold pattern and color make an all-white room pop.

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Jonny Valiant
Chill Out

Want to make sure you actually get sweet dreams? You need a super calming paint color, like this sky blue.

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Annie Schlechter
Boho Perfection

With eight walls to work with in this octagonal bedroom, a bold wallpaper was used to soften harsh angles. Bright pillows play up the boho feel.

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Luke White
Green Dream

In the master bedroom of a Swedish summer home, the steeply pitched roof became even more dramatic with the addition of patterned panels. A pale green makes it feel like summer, no matter what season it actually is.

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David Tsay
Bungalow Brilliance

Don't overlook a DIY project. Justina Blakeney designed the curvy headboard with built-in nightstands for her "Jungalow".

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frances merrill gray and white bedroom
Victoria Pearson
Neutral Never Fails

Neutrals colors were used to create a calming atmosphere in a California home—even the floor was painted gray. A pom pom duvet and plush rug add cozy texture.

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betsy burnham guest bedroom
William Abranowicz
A Little Bit Exotic

All the color and pattern really make this room pop. A vintage headboard and Moroccan rugs up the exotic vibes.

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christina rottman guest bedroom
Jonny Valiant
Spanish-Inspired

This bedroom is giving off serious Spanish vibes thanks to cozy bed curtains and a four-poster bed. They help provide a warm contrast to the black-and-white in the room.

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Jonny Valiant
Two-Tones Are Better Than One

In a Florida bedroom, peach walls contrast with green curtains. A black and white striped rug adds dimension.

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Stephen Kent Johnson
Shades of Gray

This bedroom layers shades of gray with autumnal colors. The walls are covered in a silk-and-abaca wallpaper for added texture.

More: 13 Gray Bedrooms You'll Want to Steal for Your Own Home

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Mali Azima
Beachy Keen

In a Florida bedroom, a graphic pattern on the wall was made out of vintage spools of thread. Coastal accents, like a palm frond and rattan stool, add to the beachy effect.

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Trevor Tondro
Glam It Up

This master bedroom has a cocooned, tree house feel thanks to the gold bamboo poster bed. A statement pendant adds OTT glam.

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Laura Resen
All The Calming Vibes

This master bedroom is all about softness. The upholstered headboard and bedding are all kinds of comfy, while the soft gray palette contributes to the tranquility.

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Zoffany wallpaper frames a niche in the guest bedroom.
Miescisko
Statement Alcove

Bold wallpaper frames a niche in a Texas home's guest bedroom. Antique furniture and white bedding balances out the bold walls.

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john mayberry bedroom
Laura Resen
Not Basic Black & White

With so many decor accents, like sculptures, art, and pottery, this black-and-white bedroom feels the antithesis of boring. Patterns and textiles help add visual interst.

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Bjorn Wallander
Lilac Is The New Millennial Pink

Lilac runs throughout this bedroom, from the headboard to the wallpaper. The rug helps add a neutral counterpoint to the bold color.

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