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25 Master Bedroom Lighting Ideas The Spruce

25 Master Bedroom Lighting Ideas The Spruce 25 Master Bedroom Lighting Ideas The Spruce

There’s a wide range of styles here, all adding up to a truly lovely space. The Asian-inspired wallpaper sets a pretty backdrop, while the chrome shine of the bed and side table spark up the black walls. The unexpected old-style trunk shakes things up a bit, while the black and red curtains create drama. 

Everything about this eclectic bedroom is glorious, but the wonderful sputnik crystal chandelier is the icing on the cake. From Anne Coyle Interiors, this bedroom is a study in the brilliant use of color, pattern, texture, and shine. 

Modern and mid-century modern decor embrace natural materials, particularly wood, as seen in the master bedroom from Capital Building shown here. However, the use of plastics and chrome are an integral part of the MCM look, adding the color, shine, and celebration of all things mass-produced that are so typical of this style.

Modern style is versatile enough to work with just about anyone’s needs. Create a bedroom that works for you; after all, functionality is a basic theme of modernism. Madison Modern Home incorporated a small work area in this modern bedroom.

There’s nothing froufrou about this black and brown bedroom from Marie Flanagan Interiors. What a wonderful room for a single man, a couple who prefer a strong style, or any woman who isn’t wowed by the traditionally feminine. 

Don’t be afraid to combine a variety of patterns in your bedroom. As long as you stick with a controlled palette and choose patterns in different scales, the look can be quite harmonious, as this room from Lucy and Company demonstrates. 

A ceiling fan adds both pleasant breeze and ​a hefty dose of style when you combine traditional style with sparkling crystals. This lovely bedroom is from the blog ​the good stuff. 

Sloped roof in an attic bedroom? Play it up, as in this lovely space from Andrea Schumacher Interiors. Simply attach a length of pretty fabric to the ceiling with a curtain rod, drape it gently over the bed, and then secure it over the headboard with a second curtain rod. So pretty.  

This contemporary showstopper from Jenny Wolf Interiors shows how beautiful gray can be in the bedroom. 

Here, a contemporary bedroom from D2 Interieurs shows off two fantastic lighting designs: the modern brass chandelier and the stylishly sleek swing-arm sconces. 

For the most part, surfaces in a modern room are smooth and often shiny. Polished floors, lacquered or highly polished furniture, accents of metal – especially chrome – and glass all add to the clean, modern vibe. This modern attic bedroom by interior designer Stanislav Ermolenko is a gorgeous example.

This serene bedroom from Martha O’Hara Interiors shines light from the unexpected touch of a capiz shell flush-mount fixture. So pretty.

This small bedroom from Atelier Noel gets a lot of natural light during the day, but at night, the owner can flood the room with light by turning on the flush-mount glass-and-brass ceiling fixture, or merely use the recessed lighting over the headboard for a softer glow. 

When it comes to decorating the bedroom, lighting is often forgotten in the excitement of choosing bedding and furniture, along with picking a color scheme. That’s a shame because good lighting is a very important element of design in every room of the home. Don’t merely set a lamp beside your bed and call it done; use the following ideas to create a functional and beautiful lighting plan for your own bedroom, like the gorgeous combination of lamps and ceiling fixture in this bedroom…MORE from Robin Gannon Interiors.

A contemporary bedroom provides plenty of opportunity to spice up the decor with touches of personality. Case in point: this gray, cream and black master bedroom from Cuckoo 4 Design. While it would still be a gorgeous room without them, the animal print throw pillows, gold “Texas longhorn,” and potted banana tree (this one is faux, but they do grow indoors) really raise the decorating bar up high. 

Open, airy and fresh: that’s the all-white bedroom. Just be sure to use a variety of textures to add interest to the room. 

This swanky stunner shows off Hollywood glam or Hollywood regency style. Luxe fabrics, plenty of shine, a showstopper chandelier, and an overall sense of expensive style are hallmarks of this dramatic look. 

A wooden chandelier is a masculine take on the traditional design. Here, Tracery Interiors uses multiple wooden accents to set a serenely masculine style that most women would love just as well. 

A combination of traditional, formal English style and the casual, natural vibe of the many tropical lands colonized by Britain in centuries past, the British Colonial style is truly the best of both worlds. 

If you want strong color on your bedroom walls, but don’t want to lose the peaceful vibe so conducive to sleep, you can’t go wrong with deepest blue, as in this beautiful bedroom from LGB Interiors. 

Even the tiniest bedroom can be a stunner if instead of denying the lack of space, you embrace it. Here, Holly Dyment Design fills a micro-bedroom with bright, happy color, pattern and texture. 

The soft colors, simple lines, and lack of clutter give the modern style a calming, relaxed vibe, making it an excellent choice for the master bedroom.

Rich and delicious, chocolate is as tasty a color as it is a candy. Case in point: this soothing, warm, and elegant bedroom from Rugo/Raff Ltd. Architects. The strong brown walls aren’t too dramatic, but instead, are like a warm hug. Lot of white keeps the room feeling open and airy. 

Crowning the bed or over a dresser isn’t the only spot to showcase artwork. Use a large hanging to create interest on an open wall, as in this room from Blackband Home & Design.

A stunning headboard surround nearly as large as the wall turns a rustic bedroom into a showstopper. 

Despite the simple lines, neutral colors, and lack of accessories in the typical modern bedroom, the look isn’t at all boring or sterile. Just one special touch, such as the dandelion light fixture in this room, is all it takes to add interest.

Wow. If you’ve ever had any doubt that it only takes one or two fabulous accessories to elevate a room from attractive to stunning, then this glorious space from Shabby Slips should dispel all questions. The ornate baroque mirror over the bed, couple with the formal chandelier, truly turn this black-walled bedroom into a decorating win. 

Soft peach walls are flattering to every skin tone, work well with just about every other color, and complement most decorating themes. This pretty room is from Jenny Keenan Design.

A touch of global influence—in this bedroom from Taylor Borsari Inc. it’s Moroccan—spices up a room and adds a hefty dose of interest. 

This beautiful bedroom from Combined Interiors highlights the power of pastels. Soft and serene, pastels are perfect for a bedroom where color is desired, but not too much of a dramatic statement. So pretty.

Looking to add elegant drama to your bedroom without spending a fortune? Hang a set of curtains over your bed, as in this sophisticated space from Summerhouse Interior Design. You’ll get decorating bang without spending a fortune. 

Who wouldn’t look forward to bedtime if it meant crawling into a bed as gorgeous as this four poster beauty? When you have a unique piece of furniture like this, the rest of the room can stay simple. This lovely room is from Heather Scott Home & Design. 

One of the most common types of bedroom lighting is a flush-mount ceiling fixture, as shown in the bedroom from Studio McGee shown here. While flush-mount fixtures have something of a reputation for being boring or unattractive, a well-chosen fixture can be quite lovely, as this one proves. 

The large drum shade on the semi-flush ceiling fixture in this bedroom from Beach Glass Interior Design matches the shades on the bedside lamps, bringing a touch of harmony to this glamorous and stylish bedroom. 

Soothing dark neutrals are one way to decorate bedroom walls, but if you want to create a little more interest than paint alone, consider wallpaper with a limited palette and interesting design, like the vining floral used here. 

There’s a reason blue and white is one of the most popular color combinations for the bedroom: it works. Peaceful, versatile enough to complement any decorating style, easy to accent: this palette is a winner. It’s also a good color scheme for a tiny bedroom, as demonstrated here by designer Hernandez Greene.

Hanging light fixtures break up the mostly horizontal planes of a modern bedroom. This peaceful, beautiful master bedroom uses copper pendants to great effect. So serene and lovely.

Glass pendant lights shed maximum light, making them great for use where you want to read or dress. Here, Jute Interior Design adds traditional style to a man’s bedroom with simple glass shades. 

When it comes to bedroom design, neutral colors like brown and cream can be every bit as glamorous as more vibrant hues when combined with luxurious materials, curved lines and interesting accents, as in the bedroom shown here. 

Fussy knickknacks, unnecessary collectibles, and general froufrou are nowhere to be seen in the modern bedroom. Instead, this style spotlights artwork, especially large paintings, posters, or prints on the walls.

Whatever your decorating style, feel free to have some fun adding your own touches to the mix. In this lovely mid-century modern bedroom from Kimball Starr Interior Design, the owner’s African painted masks add color, pattern, and a huge dose of personality to the room.

This wonderfully subdued Moroccan-influenced bedroom from designer Taylor Borsari is entirely neutral, and yet filled with interesting pattern and texture. Stunning. 

If your master bedroom is large enough, take advantage of the extra space with a seating area, as in this room from McCroskey Interiors. An area rug defines the space and adds extra interest to the room. 

Here’s an idea that works equally well in both very large bedrooms and studio apartments. Position a loveseat or pair of comfortable armchairs at the foot of the bed, along with a small table. Now you have a seating area for relaxing, chatting, or reading. The beautiful bedroom here is from Possibilities for Design Inc.

Love color and Pattern? Then you’ll love the cheerful and gorgeous bedroom from Taylor Borsari Inc. shown here. There’s a whole lot of color and pattern going on in this bedroom, but because the palette is limited to red, yellow and green, and the pattern is nicely balanced in scale, there’s nothing chaotic or overly-stimulating about the space. 

This traditional country bedroom is full of charm. From designer Meg Braff, the room is full of soft color, pretty patterns, and comfy fabrics. So inviting. 

Want to add some sizzle to a neutral bedroom? Then layer an oh-so-bright area rug over the floor, even right on top of wall-to-wall carpet. Martha O’Hara Interiors lights up this room with the hottest of pinks, but you could achieve the same effect with any other intense bright. 

Decorator-to-the-stars Jeff Andrews created this opulent bedroom for Kris Jenner. While hers may not be faux, you can get a similarly luxurious look by tossing a pretend-mink blanket across the foot of your bed.  

Semi-flush-mount fixtures hang down just a few inches from the ceiling, as opposed to flush-mount fixtures, which are at ceiling level; and chandeliers and pendants, which typically hang further down on thin chains or poles. The chic bedroom from the Melissa Davis Group shown here has a unique metal semi-flush-mount drum fixture. 

Just because a bedroom is in a log cabin doesn’t mean it can’t be luxuriously gorgeous, as this master bedroom from Andre Pierce Architects proves so beautifully. 

Although mid-century modern design is mostly clean and without excessive ornamentation, one exception to that rule is the use of angular or unusual light fixtures, particularly “atomic” styled fixtures, as seen in the beachy modern bedroom from Amy Lau Design shown here.

Stylist Shelly Turner decorated this fresh and airy midcentury modern bedroom in blue and white, perfect against the brick walls. 

There’s so much gorgeousness going on in this room from Woodson & Rummerfield’s House of Design, it’s hard to know where to start. The beautiful salmon pink walls? The gorgeous peacocks and flowers mural? The bed, with its crystal-clear posts? Or perhaps it’s all of these factors put together that make this bedroom so stunning. 

Sara Gilbane Interiors uses an over-the-bed valance to add a huge dose of drama that isn’t overly brash or loud to this stylish master bedroom. 

Is your bedroom small with a low ceiling? Then take a trick from Blackband Home & Design, and use wallpaper with thin vertical stripes to open up the space. 

Whisper-soft blue on bedroom walls is so peaceful and soothing. In this room from At Home In Arkansas, pastel blue provides the perfect backdrop to a contemporary bedroom with the slightest hint of country style. 

Designer Phoebe Howard takes the canopy bed to new heights in this glorious bedroom. Who wouldn’t feel like royalty sleeping in such a magnificent bed?

Mix together an Old-World-inspired traditional vibe, a contemporary sensibility, and a dose of masculine flavor, and you end up with this stunning bedroom from Jeff Andrews Design. It’s proof that when done right, dark walls, lots of wood, and a neutral palette are anything but gloomy or dull. 

Decorating with the cool colors of blue, green and purple, as in this cute room from Lucy and Company, keeps a bedroom feeling restful, even if it’s quite colorful. 

Here’s a cottage bedroom that shows off all of the wonderful aspects of this perpetually popular decorating style: a colorful quilt and lots of throw pillows, pretty iron bed, floral patterns, vintage furnishings, and most of all, a welcoming, comfortable and peaceful vibe. 

Loving modern farmhouse style doesn’t mean you were born in a barn. It means you enjoy the warm, casual, yesterday-made-current vibe of this a-little-bit-country, a-little-bit-vintage look. Here, a lovely bedroom from design firm Anne Sneed welcomes you inside. 

If you want a bedroom that reflects pure luxury, like this stunner from Eagle Luxury Properties, you’ll need a magnificently designed headboard like the velvet, tufted number shown here. 

Why settle for a solid accent wall when you could have colorful stripes? Here’s an easy way to add color, fun and interest to your bedroom. This lovely room is from Lucy and Company.

Designer Jamie Herzlinger decorated this master bedroom in elegantly glamorous French style. Ornate trim, plenty of gold, expensive fabrics, and a sense of the traditional all play a part in this somewhat formal style.

Unless your bedroom is extremely small, it needs more than one source of light. Various combinations of bedside lamps, floor lamps, ceiling fixtures, and mood lighting make it easy to read in bed, get dressed and undressed, enjoy romance, and relax. In this gorgeous green and brown bedroom from interior designer Tobi Fairley, a stunning chandelier and two small bedside wall sconces set the lighting scene. 

Orange and black isn’t a common color combination for the bedroom, but after a look designer Tobi Fairley’s creation here, you’ll wonder why it isn’t used more often. 

The 1970s-inspired macrame pillows and wall hanging, along with the rattan side table, add a bit of funky retro style to this otherwise midcentury modern bedroom from Amber Interiors.

Many people use the words “contemporary” and “modern” interchangeably, but they are not the same. Modern, as already explained, refers to a particular style. Contemporary, on the other hand, simply refers to those styles in vogue at that time, and so “contemporary” is a fluid, ever-changing concept. Because modern décor is currently extremely popular, it falls under the contemporary umbrella, adding to the confusion. The bedroom from Madison Modern Home shown here is a prime example of…MORE midcentury modern design.

It’s a little bit rustic, a little bit bohemian, a little bit industrial and a whole lot gorgeous. This terrific bedroom is from Orsman Construction. 

Your bedroom is your private space, so feel free to show off your personality. Here, Anne Coyle Interiors decorates a wonderfully eclectic bedroom with plenty of color, pattern and style. 

There’s nothing stodgy about traditional decor when it combines color, pattern, textures and shapes as skillfully as this beautiful master bedroom. Perfect.

Why settle for a boring bedside lamp when you could have an owl? Or a monkey, horse, seashell, pine tree. There’s a lamp out there for whatever you fancy. Here, blog Darling Darleen adds a touch of fun to an orange and white room. 

With its old-world charm, warm colors, elegant and impressive furnishings, and overall luxurious and yet welcoming vibe, it’s no wonder that Tuscan style remains a decorating favorite. 

Traditionally, the modern color scheme is neutral: various shades of brown, cream, tan, black, gray, and white predominate. Early Bauhaus designers used small touches of red, yellow, or blue as accents. As the style matured, neutrals remained the primary palette, but the use of bright, cheery accent colors became more common.

Modern style celebrates natural materials such as wood and stone as artwork in their own right. Midcentury modern architecture often used wood not just as flooring, but also to panel the walls and even the ceiling. This bedroom from Geometrix Design shows off a beautiful wooden accent wall.

Your bedside lamp is one of the easiest ways to add a pop of color, texture, pattern, or contrast to your bedroom. Here, Kelly Rogers Interiors chose a turquoise foo dog lamp to top a bright yellow nightstand. The contrast adds so much life to the room. 

This beach cottage master bedroom from The Good Home proves that a space can be both casual and pulled-together lovely. Notice how the small shots of bright orange liven up the room, while the mismatched bedside tables prove that there’s no need for an all-in-one-purchase bedroom set. 

This stunning bedroom from Phoebe Howard is full of pattern, but still beautifully serene. The trick is sticking with a muted, limited palette. 

One of the easiest ways to save space on your nightstand is to use pendant lights in place of bedside lamps, as demonstrated in this glamorous bedroom from Jaimee Rose Interiors. 

Whether you completely surround your bed with drapes, don’t have any drapes at all, or simply hang panels at the head of the bed, as in this master bedroom from S.B Long Interiors, a canopy bed adds so much drama to a room. 

While chandeliers are often the traditional, crystal-bedecked design, that’s not the only option. Here, a gorgeous, gold, 3-tier drum chandelier adds a hefty dose of “Wow!” to this bedroom from Tatum Brown Custom Homes. 

Despite the name, wallpaper is a great option for more than just walls. In this model home, Perkinson Homes demonstrates the power of a wallpapered ceiling to transform a room into something special. 

This stunning light fixture combines two popular trends: crystal chandeliers and hanging drum fixtures. The contemporary bedroom is from Shophouse Design. 

Neutrals are inherently soothing, making them perfect for bedroom design. But sometimes, an all-neutral color scheme can be a bit blah. If you want to spark up your own neutral space, take a tip from this lovely room from the blog Nesting Place. Here, it’s a touch of pink in the flowers and pouf, but you could substitute any favorite color. 

Here’s how to do purple in the master bedroom the right way: choose softly muted shades of lilac, lavender or plum, and then add in a sophisticated neutral to chase away any potential “child’s bedroom” vibe. Here, Barlow Reid Design Inc. used silvery gray with soft purples to create a sophisticated master bedroom.

The modernism movement embraced the concept, “Form follows function,” meaning that the intended use of a piece of furniture or a space in a building is its most important element, not its appearance. This doesn’t mean modern style is ugly: just that it is typically without unnecessary adornment. Clean lines on furnishings and plenty of open space in the room are essential components of this look.

Just because a room is decorated entirely in neutrals doesn’t mean it can’t be filled with contrast, interest and even a wide range of color. Check out this beautiful bedroom from Marie Flanigan Interiors and see for yourself. 

There’s just something so warm and welcoming about vintage style. Whether you decorate your entire bedroom with vintage pieces, or just add one or two, the result is a restful retreat that welcomes you home at the end of a long day. 

Simple platform beds are a common sight in the modern bedroom, particularly Scandinavian modern style.

What’s not to love about this serene bedroom from Christine Huve Interiors? The rustic ceiling beams, the tranquil color scheme, the comfy seating area, the handsome headboard, the sculptural lighting fixture… it all adds up to one glorious room. 

It’s hard to beat the romantic flair of a canopy bed, especially when the rest of the bedroom is equally soft and luxurious. So pretty. 

Even the most traditional bedroom benefits from a little walk on the wild side… here in the form of a zebra-print bench. This model bedroom is from Spinnaker Development. 

An offshoot of midcentury modern, Scandinavian modern— as shown in this lovely room from Keith Stephenson and Mark Hampshire of Mini Moderns, embraces a similar clean, streamlined, and functional look, but tends to use white far more than the other neutrals, particularly on the floors and walls. IKEA furniture is an example of Scandinavian modern design.

The most cheerful color of the spectrum, yellow lends its happy vibe to any room it graces. In this airy, fresh master bedroom, Meg Braff Designs uses yellow and white to create a cheery, welcoming space. 

Top off your headboard with a sizable piece of artwork, and your bed will get the attention it deserves. Don’t make the common mistake of hanging the art too high above the headboard—just a couple inches is enough.

A lighting fixture doesn’t have to be fancy to provide a powerful punch of design to the room. Case in point: The drum lampshade on the ceiling fixture in this bedroom from Tobi Fairley & Associates is simple in shape, but it holds its own against the many other strong touches in the bedroom thanks to its bold black-and-white stripes.

Here, Tucker & Marks Design prove that country style doesn’t have to be cutesy, overly casual, or anything less than stunning. Rustic wood, warm color, traditional patterns… this room gets everything right. 

What a fabulous Mediterranean-inspired bedroom from Jones Clayton Construction. The old-world formality, luxurious materials and overall attention to detail makes this room a winner. 

This bedroom from Robin Pelissier Design highlights the power of metallic accents—here in the wallpaper and bedside cabinet—to glitz up a space. The purple upholstered headboard is another gorgeous touch. 

Beautiful window treatments add a lot of color and pattern to a space. In this traditional master bedroom, McCann Design Group choose pink and salmon floral drapes topped with valances to light up this mostly neutral room. 

Here’s a bedroom from Amber Interiors that shows off the power of texture to liven up a very subdued color scheme. Notice the varied textures in the rug, window shades, light fixture, bedding and bench. 

Looking for an unusual touch to transform your room into something special? Why not take a tip from designer Tobi Fairley and paint your ceiling with bold stripes? This wonderful bedroom is decorated in green and coral, but you could choose any strong color for a similar effect. 

Every bed needs some form of bedside lamp. You can match your lamps, like Jana Bek Design did in this colorful bedroom, or choose mismatched lamps for a more casual style. As long as the lamps are fairly close in size, they will look fine.

Sometimes, it’s the unexpected touches that transform a room from so-so to stunning. Here, Eric Olsen Design show off a fabulous rustic carved wooden headboard and vine light fixture. 

When a room’s furnishings are very symmetrical, as in the room shown here, it lends the space a rather formal style. But by keeping the palette limited and peaceful, and the furnishings soft and interesting, the formality mellows into tranquility. 

“Stunning” is not synonymous with “lots of stuff.” In fact, an open, airy room with just the right blend of color, pattern, interest, and personality is the most stunning room of all. For proof, just check out the lovely yet simple master bedroom from Amber Interiors shown here. 

Sometimes, all it takes is a couple of well chosen accent pieces to transform a room from ho-hum to stunning. Here, Liquid Interiors used a glorious wooden screen in place of a traditional headboard, as well as unique spiky pendant lights, to create a small but beautiful master bedroom. 

Nothing says romance like a canopy bed. The gently draping panels on the bed shown here (the room is decorated by Blackband Home & Design) are quite simple, but add a touch of soft sensuousness to an otherwise serene bedroom. 

Chalky black walls, a bed piled high with cozy bedding, a chandelier dripping crystal pendants and a simple display of one flowering branch… this bedroom is both minimalist and glamorous. 

One way to add serene beauty to a bedroom is with natural materials. This bedroom shows off several: twigs in the light fixture, worn wood on the walls, faux fur on the footboard stools. Botanical artwork continues the natural theme. 

One thing you’ll see a lot of on mid-century modern furniture are legs, particularly metal hairpin or simple wooden dowel legs. The raised profile of MCM furniture furthers the airy, open appearance of the style, and makes it especially suited to small rooms. This bedroom from Emily Henderson shows off a quintessentially midcentury modern dresser.

Potted plants help purify the air and lend a relaxing vibe to the bedroom. Up their decorative power by going full-size, as in this bedroom with large potted banana trees. Other options are palms, ficus, and dracaena. 

Here’s a nautically-themed bedroom done right. No overly-cutesy, take-the-theme-too-far kitsch in this thoroughly grownup bedroom from the thinking closet. Instead, a nod to the theme with blue and white stripes, just enough boat-related accessories, and a couple of throw pillows with nautical motifs. Perfect.

Love lots of color in your bedroom? How about a riot of pattern, a sense of humor, an artistic sensibility, and a love for global influence? If your answers are “yes,” then you are a fan of the boho decorating style, displayed beautifully in this colorful bedroom from The Jungalow. 

While traditional style never goes out of fashion, it does get updated to contemporary tastes. Here, McCroskey Interiors does it right. Touches of shine, simply-styled yet boldly patterned window treatments, the sunburst mirror, and the intriguing small shell table place this traditional bedroom firmly in current times. Stunning. 

Matching nightstands and wall sconces lend a somewhat formal feel to this lovely bedroom from Gordon James Design.

Although midcentury modern is typically fairly subdued in color, exceptions are the rule when it comes to interior design. This colorful, fun room from Keeping Interiors shows off the power of a lively rug to really spark up a modern bedroom’s feel.

Canopy beds are often formal or old-fashioned in style, but as Marika Meyer Interiors shows here, a shiny chrome finish on a simple and contemporary shape takes an otherwise traditional master bedroom right into the modern age. 

Track lighting is more often used in the living room or kitchen than in the bedroom, but it can have great dramatic effect when used to spotlight artwork, as in this contemporary bedroom from Sak Designs. 

“Stunning” is an apt description of this elegantly beautiful French country bedroom from Tucker & Marks Design. It’s the perfect blend of pattern, subdued color, rustic elements, and just-enough-luxe fabrics. 

Sometimes, you can be surprised by a color combination that seems questionable, but actually works wonderfully to create a gorgeous bedroom. Case in point: this orange, blue and brown stunner from Jonathan Adler. 

Wall sconces are a great way to save space in a tiny bedroom, like the one shown here from Lindye Galloway Interiors. Plus, when the sconce has an adjustable arm, you can focus it right on your reading material, or wherever else you’d like to shine a bit more light. 

Every bedroom benefits from a touch or two of metallic shine, but if you want to create a stunning bedroom, take metallics all the way, as in this feminine, beautiful space from EJ Interiors. 

This stunning bedroom from designer S.R. Gambrel was spotlighted on Architectural Digest. It’s decorated in a traditional fashion, but the wonderfully unique artwork—each with a different wilting flower—takes it in a contemporary, rather whimsical direction.

By far the most popular variation of modern style is what’s commonly referred to as mid-century modern, or MCM. Created in the United States during the 1920s and 1930s, MCM reached the pinnacle of popularity during the 1950s and 1960s, practically defining the decorating style of those decades. Midcentury modern is once again red-hot on the decorating scene, with no signs of fading away anytime soon.

This colorful bedroom has an eclectic, retro feel, in no small part thanks to the bright pink hanging pendant light fixture. Lampshades are a great way to add a shot of color or pattern to your bedroom. Emily Henderson Interiors decorated this pretty space. 

Every bedroom deserves a comfortable chair, and if that chair has a tall floor lamp beside it, like this lovely room from Krista Watterworth Design, you’ve created a wonderful spot to sit and read, or merely sit and think. Such a pretty bedroom.

Whether your room is small or large, whether you prefer a casual or a formal decorating style, whether you fancy the newest trends or the tried-and-true classics: your master bedroom should be your favorite space in your home. After all, where else do you get to be completely, absolutely yourself? If you’re wondering how to create the master bedroom of your dreams (like the stunning space from McCroskey Interiors shown here), here are all the tips, tricks and inspirational photos you’ll…MORE need.

“Stunning” is in the eye of the beholder, of course, and different people love different decorating styles. But one element that is quite common in gorgeous bedrooms is an impressively tall headboard, like the one in this bedroom from Megan Winters Design. 

Pink and green is a lovely and classic color combination for not only girls’ bedrooms, but also feminine master suites. The secret, as demonstrated here by Megan Winters Design, is to choose traditional or classic styles of furniture that look sophisticated, not overly young. 

Want to turn your master bedroom into a stunner? EJ Interiors shows you an easy way to do it: add plenty of luxurious glamour in the form of mirrored surfaces, plush velvet, and soft faux fur. 

Ever wondered what would happen if you mixed country design with a touch of Hollywood glam? Well, wonder no more, because Alexander James Interior Design has answered the question for you with this stunning master bedroom. 

This soft and sublime bedroom from Tucker & Marks Design shows off a bit of Asian influence in the patterns on the bedside lamps, wallpaper, and bench, but the furnishings and color scheme are traditional in style. 

The modern style is not one for clutter or lots of furniture. Instead, an open, airy vibe adds to the overall clean and simple appearance.

This stunning bedroom was once the upper eaves of a church. Today, it’s a testament to the power of a show-stopping and unexpected focal point – or as in beautiful bedroom from Periwinkles Design, several focal points in the form of stained glass windows. Every aspect of this simple, colorful bedroom is sheer perfection.   

Gray used to be an uncommon color for bedroom design, but today, it’s prized for its serene and calming vibe. In this room, Lucy and Company show off the peaceful and pretty combination of gray and white. 

This contemporary take on cottage decor from Benjamin Dhong Interiors shows how cheerful and fresh a yellow and green palette can be. 

Here’s a contemporary take on the ever-popular beach bedroom from Anne Becker Designs. The blue and white palette, clean lines, and lack of fuss keep the space fresh and airy. Suspending the bed with iron “ropes” is an outstanding touch. 

If you want to create a truly relaxing bedroom, you can’t go wrong with the softest tints of green. For proof, check out the lovely space shown here, from Meg Braff Designs. 

Clean-lined geometric patterns are prized in the modern style. “Atomic” designs are an especially fun touch in a mid-century modern bedroom.

Not everyone likes to play it safe in the bedroom when it comes to design. This bursting-with-personality master bedroom from Studio Ten 25 shows off its owner’s personality to a tee. So wonderfully quirky, dramatic and full of fun.

Notice how Atmosphere Interior Design worked multiple light sources around this contemporary bedroom. Two bedside lamps, a ceiling fixture, and a floor lamp are spaced around the room to provide plenty of light for every need. 

Here, a contemporary take on country shows off the power of white. It provides the perfect backdrop for a striking black bed, and only requires a few colorful accents to liven up the room. 

 This bedroom would be pretty without it, but the addition of the gorgeous, uniquely colored chandelier takes it several steps beyond mere prettiness and into the stunning zone. That’s the power of a fantastic lighting fixture. This lovely room is from RSVP Design Services. 

A stunning bedroom needs a stunning bed as the centerpiece. That means throw pillows displayed to perfection. While there are many ways to arrange your pillows, you can’t go wrong with the classic Euro shams in the back, regular shams in the middle, two or three throw pillows in front. 

While a subdued color scheme is a hallmark of modern décor, pops of bright accent color keep it from being lifeless. Red and orange are especially popular as accents, although any favorite color can play the part. Just look at how the shots of color light up this otherwise white room from Causa Design Group.

Minimalism is similar to modern design in that it emphasizes a very clean, simple look without a lot of adornment. Often, mid-century modern furniture is chosen for this “less is more” life and decorating philosophy. This gray and white minimalist bedroom from A. Gruppo Architects uses a colorful painting to add a spark of color.

Think black walls are only suited to caves, Goth looks, or overly-dramatic teen girls? This stunning room from McCroskey Interiors might change your mind. Notice the white ceiling: that’s the key to keeping black walls dramatic, not depressing. 

Midcentury modern homes generally have large windows and plenty of natural light. Simple curtains or shades provide privacy without blocking the sunlight, or adding visual clutter to the space.

While the term “modern décor” might bring to mind the flying cars and automated homes of the Jetsons, this now classic decorating and architectural style is actually fairly old. It arose out of the German Bauhaus art school in the early decades of the 1900s and reflected the mindset of the modernism movement. Simple, clean, and functional, modern style was a sharp contrast to ​the Art Deco look so popular at the time. This stylish midcentury modern bedroom is from Chris Nguyen of Analog Dialog.

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