As one of the most private spaces in the house, the bedroom needs to balance between calm and chic. Designer rooms such as Bunny Williams, Thomas Pheasant and Miles Redd prove that patterned wallcoverings, fantastic furniture, and bright hues can turn any room into a stylish yet soothing holiday at home. From quiet bedrooms by the sea to colorful spaces in the city, these beautiful room ideas will help you rest easy.
1. The Pastel Bedroom
Designer Miles Redd flipped the Bahamas style script with bright colors flooding the main bedroom of Baker’s Bay’s house. Pastel blue wallcoverings and Schweitzer Linens work together to create a quiet retreat. Luther Quintana’s sofa is covered in C&C Milano fabric with Rafael Neff’s artwork above. Canopy bed from Larrea Studios.
2. The Sunset Bedroom
The world-famous antiques dealer, Lars Bolander, warms the cathedral walls and ceilings of his Palm Beach master bedroom with a romantic tobacco-colored glaze. The bed was covered with blankets from the market in St. Tropez, France. French doors are framed by striped taffeta curtains.
3. The Southern Bedroom
Designer Mark D. Sikes embraced the excitement of his clients and the historic charm of this 1950s Alabama ranch to create an attractive master bedroom. Colefax and Fowler’s soft-patterned drapery gives off a creamy color from the color of Farrow & Ball’s walls. The upholstered bed is Highland House.
4. The Peacock Bedroom
The clear peacock wallcovering by Schumacher works flawlessly with neobaroque forms in the home of Locust Valley designer, Meg Braff. The bed from Satori Fine Linens includes a bed inspired by Serge Roche, who first introduced this; fantastic forms in the 20th century. Roman fabric made by Holland & Sherry, and chandelier by Aerin for Visual Comfort.
5. The Blush Bedroom
Designers Bunny Williams and Elizabeth Lawrence took color hints from Palm Beach in this Mediterranean-style villa to build a quiet retreat. The shiny gray ceiling reflects light and soft pink tones throughout the room, making the room feel bigger. John Robshaw’s bed was covered by a canopy on Pollack’s cloth. Bradmore’s chairs are in Claremont
6. The Regal Bedroom
This house in Southern California has gold prints that echo the end of the main bedroom corona, which is made of antique French altar fragments. A special bed from Posse Furniture; Swedish bedside tables are antiques from Tara Shaw; the sconces came from Circa Lighting; and 18th-century French sofas are in a Claremont damask.
7. The Seaside Bedroom
The main bedroom of the Palm Beach villa has matching curtains and canopies in Fortuny fabric, screens from John Rosselli Antiques, and 18th-century French benches in Lulu DK fabric. The carpet is by Stark.
8. The Sleek Bedroom
The main bedroom in Nashville, Tennessee, this house sparkles with metal accents. Headboard in velvet J. Robert Scott and bench in velvet Fret by Nancy Corzine. The chandelier is by Niermann Weeks and the convex mirror by Quintus.
9. The Gallery Bedroom
The art collection in the Hamptons bedroom takes the main stage with the help of a background like a gallery. The bed is by Ralph Lauren Home; the chairs are antique; and the wall is in China White by Benjamin Moore.
10. The Monochromatic Bedroom
Textures and patterns liven up the monochromatic scheme in this townhouse in Belgravia. The bed sheets were by Nobilis and Pasaya, the pillows were in Osborne & Little fabric and a special bench in Dedar fabric. Mirror is vintage.