75 Bedroom Ideas That Are the Very Definition of Beauty Sleep

Sweet dreams ahead!

cochineal jane street apartment
Joshua McHugh

At the the end of a long day, when the only thing that will do is to curl up in bed and catch some z’s, you’ll want to make sure you’re doing so in a beautiful, thoughtfully designed bedroom. These spaces should be optimized for sleep first and foremost, with a downy mattress, soft blankets, and maybe even an ambient noise machine for those insomniacs out there. But a bedroom should also show off your personal taste, which can be reflected in the color of the walls—bold or tranquil?—as well as the bed frame and nightstand you choose.

It’s a long list of design decisions, so we’re here to help—as always—with some much-needed inspo. From a poppy children’s bedroom in France to a more refined, gray-toned space on Long Island, we’ve rounded up a long list of bedrooms that will suit just about everyone’s tastes. Sleep tight!

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1 An Indoor-Outdoor Look
a guest room has a small window and two twin beds with rustic wood frames, aqua printed blankets and blue printed throws and several pillows, a shelf at head of beds has two lamps and an artwork with fish images
Stephan Julliard

Designer Jacques Grange brings natural elements, like floral pillows from Marrakech, into a guest bedroom on the Portuguese coast. Pair that with the green ceramics on the shelf and the window that looks out onto the paradisial locale, and you’ve got one breezy vacation spot.

2 Old Bones
bedroom with pale blue walls, a wood canopy bed with eagles atop the columns and a white coverlet, antique bedside table with a lamp, bench with plaid fabric seat, at foot of bed, multiple framed artworks
Simon Upton

The Baldissera family palazzo in Milan dates back to the 15th century, so it stands to reason that the bedroom would feature old-world accents like this dramatic Louis XVI canopy bed and gallery wall. Taken all together, you’ll feel as if you’ve stepped back in time.

3 Bring the Fire...
a large primary bedroom with a chandelier above fireplace and a patterned carpet and window
Douglas Friedman

A centerpiece of the primary bedroom in this Sonoma, California, family house designed by Ken Fulk is the antique limestone fireplace, which was sourced from an Italian estate and reassembled on-site. It’s the perfect complement to the room’s other old-made-new touches, from the vintage Murano chandelier to the red Chesterfield sofa.

4 ...and Bring the Warmth
a brass bed with a fabric headboard and matching bedcover, the wall behind covered in an amber gold fabric, a marble and leather table next to the bed, and a brass, glass, and suede pendant light above
Stephen Kent Johnson

In New York City, Apparatus CEO and cofounder Gabriel Hendifar dresses his bedroom with distinctive works of art and a warm color palette. The latter is achieved through the brass in the pendant by Apparatus, the rosy bedcover from Zak + Fox, and plenty of natural light.

5 Blanket Statement
in a child’s bedroom is a twin bed with a taupe fabric headboard and bedskirt and a printed red and white quilt, a lamp sits on a nightstand, a mirror is in the center and a red velvet daybed is in front of the window
Anson Smart

Sometimes a good bedcover can completely make a space. In designer Tamsin Johnson’s Sydney bedroom, a red patterned blanket from Roller Rabbit ties the settee and lamp together while adding a bit of whimsy into the equation.

6 Use Your Walls
a white bed surrounded by a wallpaper that resembles a large mural and pendant lamps on either side
Shade Degges

If a gallery wall isn’t your style, then why not transform the entire surface into a painterly mural? Martha Mulholland added a statement-making botanical wallpaper from Lizzo to this primary bedroom in Malibu, a move that totally changes the room’s tone.

7 Double Your Fun
a kids’ bedroom has bunkbeds with drawers and white spreads with yellow and blue pompoms, blue and white wallpaper and area rug, a chair and floor lamp in front of a curtained window, a large mirror and a rope donkey
Stephan Julliard

In a children’s bedroom, a set of bunk beds can be a great way to save space for more seating—and toys! In this coastal home in France, designer Jean-Louis Deniot mixes a poppy yellow-and-blue color palette with neutral tones to create a bright, inviting space for the kids.

8 Less Is More
primary bedroom door opens to a bed with an orange hued fabric headboard and base with white linens and colored throw pillows, a pendant hangs over it, walls are brown and window trim is green beige
Francesco Dolfo

Paolo Castellarin and Didier Bonnin’s primary bedroom in Milan makes a statement with subtle but smart color play, from the brown walls to the orange headboard. A simple pendant light from Flos adds a quiet warmth to the room—and a bit of drama.

9 Reduce and Reuse
a white room with a white bed with a black backboard and a colorful artwork hanging above
Silvia Foz

Fashion designer Carly Cushnie took a more DIY approach to the artwork in this TriBeCa apartment. To honor the client’s Indian heritage, the designer made the vibrant work above the bed out of vintage saris, the colors of which echo the black headboard and gold pillows.

10 Under the Sea
bedroom with large bed with a striped upholstered headboard and yellow coverlet against a light blue painted wall and a night table with a scallop shell base on a patterned carpet
Stephen Kent Johnson

Billy Cotton brings the beach to the bedroom of this small Manhattan apartment, with subtle accents—a seashell table from Gallery 25, a sky-blue wall—that nod to sandy shores. Ideas like this one offer a great escape for city dwellers.

11 Go For Broke
living area with blue velvet sofa and silk pillows, a papier mache cocktail table, and antique majolica side table, four poster bed with curtains, and pillows covered in dries van noten dresses
Kirk Davis Swinehart

Why pick just one pattern, objet, or color when you can have them all? Interior designer William Cullum and his partner, Jeffery Rhodes, filled their two-room New York City apartment to the brim with personal treasures—plus that bold coat of purple paint. This one is perfect inspo for the collector in your life.

12 Take a Seat
a hallway with a red patterned runner carpet with a built in shelf at the end and a small sitting area to the side
Ryann Ford

If you’re mapping out a primary bedroom, make sure there’s room for a small sitting area or reading nook. Architect Paul Lamb left space to find some Zen in this charming, ranch-style home in Austin; just snag a book off the shelves and you’re all set for relaxation.

13 Night at the Museum
primary bedroom has pale blue walls with a king size bed with deep blue fabric headboard, side tables covered in embroidered fabric, small turkish rugs, and multiple artworks on the walls
Guido Taroni

In Rome, art historian Carolina Vincenti brought treasures from her collection into her primary bedroom, including 19th-century Turkish rugs and an array of keepsakes on the walls. The unexpected color palette—rich reds paired with sky blues—also livens things up.

14 Keep Calm
a bed with leather upholstered frame and a headboard and gray bedding looks out a glass wall, wooden nightstands and lamps, two chairs with gray fur cushions, a pouf, fireplace, and a large red artwork above it
Peter Murdock

In a Long Island home designed by Joe Nahem, the primary bedroom deploys tranquil tones of gray, from the vintage Philip Lloyd Powell chairs to the bedspread. A work by Yayoi Kusama presides over the space, adding a hit of bright color to the otherwise stony oasis.

15 Mix Your Fabrics
a beige primary bedroom with a blue patterned bed frame and sheets with orange accents
Eric Piasecki

Changing up the blankets and other fabrics in your bedroom can instantly provide some drama. Peter Pennoyer and Katie Ridder experimented with colors and patterns in this Manhattan triplex, starting with the bed frame in the primary bedroom, which mixes Holland & Sherry textiles with vintage Japanese obi. More classic pieces, like the antique Murano chandelier, round out the colorful space.

16 Deck the Walls
a bedroom with colorful white yellow and green wallpaper and twin beds
Isabel Parra

Add some fun to your bedroom with a bold wallpaper, like in this Hudson Valley space by Perifio Interiors. The yellow-and-green wallcovering from Milton & King plays off the blush blankets from Vitra, creating a lively, enticing space for two.

17 Make It Boho
a bedroom with a draped canopy bed area wooden floors and a nearby wood side table
Douglas Friedman

A bedroom at a beach house should always have a bit of lightness to it, like this one on Maui designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard. The custom canopy shows off a serene draped Coraggio fabric, while subtle Barkskin wallpaper from Caba Company clinches the Bohemian feel. All that’s missing is a calming sea breeze.

18 Back to the Stone Age
the bedroom of jett projects brooklyn apartment features a bed with a green marble headboard
Christian Harder

Bedrooms don’t have to be all soft edges and plush pillows. A primary bedroom in a Brooklyn apartment designed by Jett Projects features a custom headboard made of Antigua Verde marble, giving the room a panache that’s far from ordinary.

19 Experiment with Carpeting
a bedroom has deep red walls, a marble fireplace with a carved mantel, a bed with a red patterned spread with table lamps and reading chairs, antique rugs, a window with a sheer curtain, and small cloth covered table
Stephen Kent Johnson

In their Harlem townhouse, poet James Fenton and writer Darryl Pinckney used the boldest of bold paint colors, from a sharp green to a sunshine yellow, to say nothing of the tomato red in this third-floor bedroom. But the real interest here lies in the set of carpets that line the floor, playing off the crimson hues of both the bed and the tablecloth.

20 Rest a Spell
tucked into a curtained window nook is a fruitwood daybed with turned urn finials and decorative pillows, two antique chinese side tables each with a bronze lamp, and framed landscape paintings on facing walls
Jennifer Hughes

Sometimes it pays to have more than one spot for cozying up. In the primary bedroom of landscape architect Thomas Woltz’s Virginia home, an inviting French Directoire daybed overlooks the verdant gardens below.

21 Darkness Equals Drama
an all black bedroom with a dramatic light coming in from the window
Nick Glimenakis

Bring the drama by saturating your room in one dark hue, like in this primary bedroom in Brooklyn by Delia Kenza. Here, everything is black, from the furniture to the walls, even if some natural light does peek through the window to balance out the moodiness.

22 Raise the Bed
artwork on left wall and above bed, suspended nightstands and bed with green print coverlet and dark gray linens, low wood bookshelf at foot of bed and animal rugs on either side
Ori Harpaz

We love the nods to the artist Donald Judd in this platform bed, which occupies an art-filled home in the Hamptons (see the colorful Matt Connors work above the bed). Here, the space beneath is cleverly used as a bookshelf, but the extra room provided by elevation can serve as storage of all sorts.

23 Do the Wave
cochineal jane street apartment
Joshua McHugh

If you’re in the market for a new headboard, consider a curvaceous option like this one upholstered in an Erica Shamrock fabric. Situated in a Manhattan apartment by Cochineal Design, the wavy shapes add a softness (and a whole lot of fun) to the space.

24 Chic Canopy
kevin dumais upper west side apt
Joshua McHugh

Between the Isamu Noguchi pendant, Crump and Kwash nightstand, and custom four-poster bed, this Upper West Side apartment by Kevin Dumais is equal parts daring and dreamy.

25 A Built-In Bed
dorothy berwin house tour
Douglas Friedman

For a bedroom idea that can do double duty, take a look at the charming built-in Dorothy Berwin incorporated in this Manhattan apartment. Storage and sleep? Consider us sold.

26 Luxe Leather
primary bedroom
Helenio Barbetta/Living Inside

Contrary to popular belief, a bedroom is actually a wonderful place to incorporate some tougher fabrics. In this Milan apartment, Hannes Peer paired a custom, leather-upholstered frame with bedding from Once Milano and a vintage Gaetano Sciolari lamp.

27 Color Me Happy
primary bedroom
Pierrick Verny

Designer Marie-Lise Féry packed on the vibrant hues in this French boudoir. From the smattering of Pierre Frey fabrics, to a Moustache bench, to the lamp by Magic Circus Éditions, this space offers plenty to smile about.

28 Blue Crush
guest bedroom
Mikhail Loskutov

Want to focus on one hue? Take a page out of this St. Petersburg bedroom, which designer Tim Veresnovsky dressed in a bright blue rug, corresponding custom pendants, and a chandelier by Stilnovo.

29 Mix and Matched
bedroom with patterned rug and open to a patio
Trevor Tondro

In this Beverly Hills abode, which was once owned by the late Alex Trebek, designer Luis Fernandez offset a geometric carpet from the Rug Company with an equally zesty wallcovering from Pierre Frey. Since both features have a similar color palette, this combination is eye-catching, not over-the-top. Rounding out the look is a citrine blanket that offers the perfect pop of color.

30 Romance in the Round
husband wife  manhattan
Nicole Franzen

As this Manhattan apartment that Husband Wife designed proves, your mattress doesn’t have to be rectangular. Here, the firm juxtaposed the custom round bed with a Trabiz rug, a chandelier from Mazzega, and a vintage French side table that dates back to the 1960s.

31 Dream Collection
olivier dwek  knokke
Philippe Garcia

When it comes to decorating a bedroom, it doesn’t get more personal than filling it with your favorite artwork. In this Belgian bedroom, the walls are flanked with artwork by Tracey Emin, Francis Alÿs, Raymond Pettibon, Robert Longon, Michaël Borremans, Willem Cole, Wolfgang Laib, and Tom Molloy.

32 Curtain Call
remy renzullo  elle decor
Isabel Parra

This bedroom, located inside a Hamptons home designed by designer Remy Renzullo, takes its pattern-happy cues from decorating greats of yore (think Billy Baldwin and Sister Parish). Here in a guest room, the dramatic bed canopy, side table skirt, and walls are all covered in a charming Pierre Frey fabric.

33 Fancy Floors
bedroom with white cover with muted color stripes next to the bed is a round three tier night stand in wood and beyond are seen the green vertical tiles from the back of the bathroom wall
Kris Tamburello

If you want to give your bedroom floor-to-ceiling appeal, take a note from this Boca Raton retreat that Fawn Galli designed. Here, she accessorized the custom terrazzo floor with a rug by Chused & Co, an RH, Restoration Hardware bed frame, and artwork from Laurie Simmons.

34 The Royal Treatment
primary bedroom
Ricardo Labougle

Turn your bedroom into your personal throne with classic, opulent touches. Designer Lorenzo Castillo covered this Menorca, Spain, room with an Art Deco sofa, a Maison Jansen bench from Isabel Martínez, and engravings that date back to 18th-century Spain and France.

35 Bold Bedroom
plaid fox vancouver house tour
Ema Peter

Statement-seeking dwellers will find a lot to love about this moody space from Canadian firm PlaidFox. Not only does the geometric bed frame pop—yes, even in a monochromatic room—but it’s also made with three types of Kravet velvet, upping its cozy factor in the process.

36 Gravity-Defying Design
timothy godbold hamptons
David Mitchell

As this East Hampton, New York, bedroom proves, the only way to go is up. Designer Tim Godbold accentuated the space’s high ceilings by adding artwork from Malcolm Hill and a shape-shifting light fixture, courtesy of Ted Abramczyk for Ralph Pucci.

37 Cozy Corner
shawn henderson house interiors
Stephen Kent Johnson

A bedroom is your personal oasis, so why not create a nook where you can curl up after a long day? In this upstate New York farmhouse, Shawn Henderson doubles down on the cozy factor with a moody color scheme and a wingback chair in an Edelman Leather suede.

38 Wonder Wall
daun curry house main bedroom
Emily Gilbert

Daun Curry deftly bridges the gap between subtle and “statement” in this Sag Harbor, New York, home. The cheery artwork and psychedelic mural offsets the room’s otherwise neutral color palette.

39 Pared-Back Pillows
bed with upholstered headboard against a patterened wall
Miguel Flores-Vianna

If you’re looking to break up a handful of patterns, cover your bed with crisp pillowcases. In her London home and studio, textile designer Nathalie Farman-Farma created some breathing room with a sweet scalloped set.

40 Textured Treatment
michael k chen bedroom
Max Burkhalter

Consider this apartment in Manhattan’s Carnegie Hill neighborhood, designed by architect Michael K. Chen, a master class in textures. Instead of a wooden or metal bed frame, this bed is upholstered in Jiun Ho fabric.

41 Stylish Symmetry
marie flanigan house tour
Julie Soefer

Symmetry is a surefire way to give your bedroom a serene flair. In this Houston family home designed by Marie Flanigan, plaster walls from Segreto Finishes are paired with matching sconces and nightstands by Jiun Ho.

42 Let There Be Light
isabel lopez quesada madrid apartment
Miguel Flores-Vianna

Want to make your bedroom feel like a five-star hotel? Add a convenient—and stylish—reading light, just as Isabel López-Quesada did in this Madrid apartment once owned by Ava Gardner.

43 A Showstopping Headboard
emiliano salci apartment in milan
Andrea Ferrari

For a low-maintenance way to make a statement, consider adding a unique headboard to your bedroom. Emiliano Salci of Dimorestudio masters the look in his Milan apartment with this Luciano Frigerio bed.

44 A Personal Touch
mumbai apartment
Fabien Charuau

From the gallery wall of illustrations to the printed quilt that adorns the bed, Srila Chatterjee and Mahesh Mathai’s Mumbai bedroom has no shortage of personality.

45 Floor-to-Ceiling Creativity
michael s smith beverly hills house
Michael Mundy

Designer Michael S. Smith took his style to new heights—literally—by covering this Beverly Hills bedroom’s walls and ceiling in a whimsical fabric by Cowtan & Tout. While this idea may not be for design wallflowers, it’s poised to make a major statement.

46 Pattern Play
sheila bridges upstate ny home
Frank Frances

Why settle for one pattern when you can have three or four? In her Hudson Valley, New York, home, Sheila Bridges embraced her bold eye for design with a headboard upholstered in a Gastón y Daniela fabric, a vintage kantha quilt, and an Adelphi Paper Hangings wallcovering.

47 A Pop of Color
nebihe cihan apartment main bedroom
Stephan Julliard

To bring a pop of color into your bedroom, take a cue from this London flat designed by Nebihe Cihan. Not only do the purple lampshades breathe some energy into the space, but they also complement the wall mural perfectly.

48 Sitting Pretty
natasha baradaran house tour
Roger Davies

Just because your bedroom is where you sleep doesn’t mean you can’t design it with your waking hours in mind. In a Santa Monica, California, house, Natasha Baradaran created all-day appeal with a signature settee, a sculptural stool by Natan Moss, and a statement chandelier courtesy of Lindsey Adelman.

49 Soft Side
rech carstens bedroom johannesburg
Elsa Young/Bureaux

Talk about a room with a view! In Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens’s South African home, they blur the lines between the modern interior and the great outdoors with linen bedding and a textured rug. A custom bed and Cassina chaise complete the look.

50 Coastal Accents
large bed with mosquito netting and fan overhead
Ricardo Labougle

Contrary to popular belief, a monochromatic room doesn’t have to be boring. When a couple purchased the late architect Mario Connio’s former Uruguay beach house, they infused plenty of texture into this all-white bedroom. An ornate headboard, practical mosquito net, and photograph by Vicky Aguirre round out the space.

51 Wall-to-Wall Pattern
Stacy Zarin Goldberg

A pattern can seem chaotic when used in abundance, but a neutral colorway gives it a more subtle and refined appearance. Designer Zoe Feldman used a floral wallpaper with soothing sage floor covering to add interest and elegance in this Washington, D.C. bedroom.

52 Light as Air
William Waldron

New York City–based designer Nicole Fuller flanked a master bed with two hanging pendant lamps in this Greenwich Village apartment. While very chic, they make a quiet statement and don’t distract from the graphic art posited above the bed. The added perk of not using table lamps is the extra surface space on the nightstands.

53 Art, Above All
Douglas Friedman

Installing a mobile as a sculptural piece centered above a bed adds quirk and excitement to an artfully composed room. New York City–based designer Thom Filicia used a custom piece inspired by Alexander Calder in his Manhattan bedroom.

54 Textile Fantasy
Simon Watson

A suzani wallhanging doubles as a headboard and blends in as a piece of art in Carlos Souza’s Rome apartment. Bold in color and pattern, the Istanbul-sourced fabric adds texture without overwhelming the space. It’s a visually stunning partner to the facing gallery wall.

55 Inside Out
Ricardo Labougle

Yes, the bedroom of Colombian fashion designer Johanna Ortiz’s Cartagena vacation home enjoys the benefit of large glass doors leading to a hammocked balcony al fresco. But natural materials—like the raffia-and-seashell pendant and a woven room divider behind the headboard—lend an elevated, earthy feel.

56 Eclectic Elements
Paul Costello

A bedroom is the most personal space in your house, which makes it perfect for expressing seemingly disparate facets of your own unique sensibility. In this New Orleans home, an antique bed resides happily alongside a vintage Chinese screen, a handmade Moroccan rug, and a black and white photograph of Kate Moss.

57 Taking a Shine
Trevor Tondro

Canopies of the frilly and flouncy variety are best suited for the childhood bedroom of your dreams. But in luxe materials—here, a mirrored bed frame is upholstered in Romo velvet—the accent feels all grown up. (This one is in a Beverly Hills bachelor pad!)

58 White and Whimsical
Cyrill Matter

Chalkboard paint has found its place in kitchens, playrooms, and children's bedrooms, but it’s also an innovative and evolving element for adult spaces, too. In this rental treehouse in Florence, Italy, a chalkboard doubles as a headboard and a message space for hosts to leave welcome missives to guests.

59 Sumptuous Finishes
Roger Davies

Perhaps there is no other room in the house where you’ll appreciate lush, opulent textiles and finishes than the place you’ll spend most of your time. In Sophia Amoruso’s Los Angeles jewel box, a custom silk velvet bed frame is dressed in Frette sheets and blanket, and placed aside brass and black lacquer nightstands and handmade silk drapes.

60 Dramatic Drapes
Jean-Francois Jaussaud

If you grow tired of things easily, using curtains as a creative headboard lets you update your room to fit every season and mood. In the master bedroom of a palatial Florence estate, the bed coronet and curtains are of an Ian Mankin stripe.

61 Monochromatic Look
Kristoffer Johnsson

Sticking to one light color is an easy way to make a small bedroom feel less claustrophobic. In a young couple’s monochromatic Swedish home, the master bedroom blends white and cool brown for a color scheme that makes the petite space feel more open and airy. The bed is by Hästens, and the is vintage.

62 Pretty Canopy
Björn Wallander

Layering is key to a beautiful bed. It gives your space an instantly glamorous upgrade, plus you’ll be beyond cozy in the wintertime. The master bedroom of a Gramercy Park, New York City, apartment seen here features a luxe bed dressed in custom Frette linens.

63 Let There Be Light!
Alec Hemer

There’s nothing more frustrating than a bedroom with just one overhead light. Give yourself options by adding a dimmer or opt for several fixtures throughout the room, like Christian Siriano’s Connecticut country home. Who are we to say no to a bedroom chandelier?

64 Statement Artwork
Ricardo Labougle

There’s no need to go overboard with the art in your bedroom: pick one piece that speaks to you and also makes a statement. This charming bedroom in an Uruguayan country house prominently features a painting by Eva Claessens.

65 A Comforting Color Palette
Richard Powers

You want everything in your bedroom to exude comfort, and the color palette is no exception. Whether you’re a fan of warm or cool shades, pick colors that you naturally gravitate toward and give you a sense of calm. This home in Mexico opted for organic colors like ocean blue and deep brown. The statement wall is painted with Patagonia by Comex, and the Eames chair and ottoman are by Herman Miller.

66 Photographs...But Not of Family
Joshua McHugh

You should have as many family photos as you wish in other rooms in the house, but it’s best to keep the bedroom’s artwork less emotionally loaded. Elegant photographs add some character to your space without reminding you of specific people while you’re trying to fall asleep. All of the photographs pictured in this Upper West Side bedroom are by Marsha Lebedev Bernstein.

67 A Touch of Drama
Max Zambelli

Even the brightest, most cheerful bedrooms need an element of dark, sexy glamour. Balance is key. Stick with a few dramatic pieces, like the bedroom in this Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn, home that features a bed frame upholstered in a Lake August fabric and is topped with a vintage Moroccan blanket.

68 Textured Glamour
Cynthia Lynn

Of course your bedding is plush as could be, but don’t forget texture throughout the rest of your room. The guest bedroom of a glamorous Illinois home plays with texture by incorporating a black channel-quilted leather headboard and a Moroccan wedding blanket covered in sequins.

69 Fabulous Florals
William Waldron

Whether they’re on your nightstand, vanity, or windowsill, flower arrangements are a lovely thing to wake up to. Especially in the winter when you need a dose of greenery. Take inspiration from the fresh flowers that flank the bed—not to mention the flora on the walls—of this West Village, New York City, master bedroom.

70 Trunk Show
William Abranowicz

The end of your bed is a perfect and unsuspecting spot to fit in more storage. In the bedroom of a Los Angeles country house, a vintage clothing trunk steals the decor spotlight while also giving you much-needed space.

71 Mirror Image
Björn Wallander

Mirrors are a pretty magical design element. They make any space feel larger, brighter, and more unique, whether you decide to hang them or simply prop one up against the wall. Learn from this Hamptons summer home, where a rustic-style mirror perfectly complements the antique bed frame and Swedish chest.

72 Working the Angles
Simon Upton

Give your personal space some glamour with a statement bed frame. From four-posts to platforms, the options for a chic piece of furniture are endless. In the master bedroom of a Connecticut weekend home, this bed frame is by Hickory Chair and dressed in RH, Restoration Hardware linens.

73 Pillow Perfection
Richard Powers

How to figure out this number: It should be enough pillows so that your bed looks sumptuous and inviting when properly made, yet not so many that getting in bed requires 10 minutes of excavating. The sweet spot is usually between two to six, depending on the size of your bed. The bedroom of this Connecticut country home makes a solid argument for four being the perfect number!

74 Farmhouse Chic
Stephen Kent Johnson

For Amanda Seyfried’s Catskills getaway, designer Sarah Zames opted to accentuate the 1920s house’s rustic bones. Here, in the tranquil main bedroom, the bed is from RH, Restoration Hardware, the pendant light is from &tradition, and the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Ammonite.

75 Cool and Collected
Stephen Kent Johnson

It doesn’t have to be an entire étagère-full, but a cluster of pieces that make you smile will go a long way in making a bedroom feel just right, as with this bedroom in a Greenwich Village penthouse, featuring antique French linens, a 19th-century Indian lantern, and plenty of paintings collected over the years. Bonus: This is also a great way to incorporate pieces you’ve acquired over time but can’t quite figure out where to put them.

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