51 Cool Bedrooms With Tips To Help You Accessorize Yours

51 Cool Bedrooms With Tips To Help You Accessorize Yours

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Just about everyone loves the idea of having a stylish bedroom, but this is perhaps particularly important to teenagers and 20-somethings. At the younger end of the age scale a bedroom isn’t just for sleep. Tween rooms and teenager’s bedrooms are a place where a large proportion of time is spent just hanging out and seeing friends - either in real life or video chat - and studying (hopefully). Similar can be said about the student demographic of 20-somethings, and even some 30-somethings nowadays! So, this collection of cool bedrooms covers a lot of ground to suit and satisfy the requirements and well-honed tastes of the up-and-comers, in a world that is more style conscious than ever before.

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  • Visualizer: Alesya Kasianenko
Raise the stakes. A raised floor has been built into one side of this bedroom design, with a niche incorporated into it to accommodate a mattress. The lowered mattress makes the bed appear like a simple blanket on the floor at first glance. A trio of bedroom pendant lights float above the platform, like a sky of hot air balloons, whilst a selection of unique floor lamps light the side and foot of the bed.

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  • Visualizer: Denis Svirid
Build an extension… on the side of your platform bed that is. This custom built platform bed features an extended bedside shelf at one side. The tufted headboard extends all the way along the back of the countertop to provide one cohesive look. A green bedside lamp picks up on the colour of indoor plants dotted around a built-in bedroom shelving unit.

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  • Visualizer: Denis Svirid
Divide and conquer. This layout features a room divider that allows a study desk to be positioned right up alongside the bed. The bed is a platform design with deep sides that act as bookshelves. A swing arm wall lamp provides reading light.

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  • Visualizer: Alex Koretskiy
Bring on the brick accent walls. If we’re talking cool decor then we just have to crack out the exposed brick feature walls. The raw industrial look is always a winner, or brickwork can be painted in a rough and ready way. This particular concept features a border of gold paint washing down black bricks to add a smidge of decadence.

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  • Architect: Kupinskiy Partners
  • Visualizer: Elena Sedova
Mighty monochrome. Set the style bar high with a gutsy monochrome wallpaper print. A blackboard makes a great colour coordinated accessory, and you can make one yourself pretty cheaply with a sheet of reclaimed wood and a tin of chalkboard paint. Scribe on an inspirational quote and you’re done.

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  • Visualizer: Imade pastel
Maximise a small bedroom space with fitted furniture. The small floorspace in this room houses a double bed, closet, dedicated study area, media storage and extra seating for friends, thanks to edge-to-edge flush-fitting designs. The sense of space is also increased by keeping colours minimal and natural.

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  • Visualizer: Dang Nguyen
Zone with colour. If the space is too small to take a room divider or screen of any kind, then you can create a visual divide by using two different colour wall paints. Matching the wall shelves and furniture finishes to the relevant wall colour strengthens the divide.

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  • Visualizer: The WAW
Sleep in your own boutique. If fashion is your thing then make it your whole world – or at least most of your bedroom; an open fronted or clear glass closet will display your treasured pieces 24/7. Accessorise the look with fashion themed posters or paintings.

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  • Visualizer: Koj Design
Do your own thing. Is it a photo display, some random wall decor, or is it a set of wall lights? All three, actually.

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  • Visualizer: Maxim Zhukov
Take it up a level. A mini mezzanine study has been built over the bed in this industrial bedroom. Floating stair treads extrude from a raw concrete wall, lit by LED stair lights.

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  • Visualizer: Shady Salah
Mark out a mini entryway. This subtle screening device may only have two small box shelves and four vertical struts, but it effectively cordons off a small ‘foyer’ area.

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  • Visualizer: SPECTRroom
Dial up the drama. A modern chandelier will draw attention to great ceiling detailing, and give the space some grandeur. A photographic mural is a cool way to add wall wow factor.

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  • Visualizer: Yovo Bozhinovski
This wall mural is overlapped by statement pendant lighting to create a layered effect.

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  • Visualizer: Anastasiia Sholopova
A floor reading lamp makes a refreshing change to a bedside table lamp, and leaves countertop space free for charging phones/tablets etc.

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  • Visualizer: Valery Kelch
Bring the outdoors in. A grass patch and a sapling grow behind the headboard in this unusual setup.

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  • Visualizer: Marina Vanteeva
Express yourself in lights. Neon light signs come in all shapes and sizes; search out a message that suits you, and go large.

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  • Visualizer: Dmitry Koval Hank Smith
Paint with light. If neon light letters don’t fit your vision, consider exploring coloured neon tubes instead.

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  • Visualizer: Double Aye
Make the bed the star of the show. A bedroom might include a desk, bookshelves or a fancy closet, but it will always be the bed that is the most important part of the room. Choose a stand out design and crown it with an eye-catching wall design.

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  • Visualizer: LifeArch
Go all out Austin Powers with a round bed.

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  • Designer: Masquespacio Design
Find new and inventive ways to incorporate interests and hobbies into the decor. This room has unique painted surfboards mounted on the wall, as part of a larger colourful graphic scheme.

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  • Designer: Masquespacio Design
Liven up a monochrome palette with a single bright accent colour.

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  • Visualizer: Martins Architects
Get thrifty with an industrial look. You can use registration plates and signs to accessorise an industrial scheme – the quirkier the better. Fashion shelving out of scaffolding, or from pipes and planks.

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  • Visualizer: Li Jun Chen aTng 糖
Continue the magic of your gap year with a nomadic style bedroom scheme.

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  • Visualizer: Martins Architects
Split a large bedroom into a multi-use space without the need for builders. A partially dividing wall can be formed out of a back-to-back headboard and a bookcase arrangement, or similar. You can use the space behind the bed as a dedicated study, or install a freestanding bathtub as a luxury ensuite. Thread a common colour or two through both areas for a cohesive look.

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  • Visualizer: Valeri Giovani
Bring in fantastic florals, like this purple themed bedroom with blooming headboard wall.

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  • Visualizer: Image Box Studios
Stretch an average headboard to new heights – in measurement and style. Team it with a bedside pendant light on a long flex to further accentuate the vertical proportion.

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  • Visualizer: Peter Ang
If you’re converting a new loft space, the right window design can change everything…

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  • Visualizer: Max Kuczkowski
… let windows follow the flow of a tier-fall, and complement the shape with bespoke furniture.

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  • Visualizer: Ahmed Itafy
This loft bedroom uses wall and ceiling panels to exaggerate the strange proportions of the room.

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  • Visualizer: Riyas Mohammed
Create an optical illusion. Geometric wall and ceiling panels, or dual colour angular shelving units, can be used to trick the eye into seeing intriguing architectural features where there are none.

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  • Visualizer: Plasterlina
Install an extruded headboard wall design. A three dimensional wall design forms great contrast with a minimalist platform bed.

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  • Visualizer: Pavel Pisanko
Make the scheme pop with a modern wallpaper print.

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  • Visualizer: Tram Nguyen
Combine a botanical theme with sharp geometric pendant lights and other geo home accessories to keep the look current.

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  • Visualizer: Luong Viet
Make a cutaway in a closet positioned by the bed in lieu of a bedside unit. Add LED lighting inside the niche to finish.

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  • Visualizer: Kateryna Rudenko
Find pieces as unique as you are. These anglepoise lamps descend from each side of the ceiling like robotic arms, and the textured wall is not something you’re going to find at your mate’s house.

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  • Visualizer: Alexander Ruban Alexey Ivanov
Choose bright swing arm wall lamps to bring in an unexpected flash of colour.

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  • Source: Roche Bobois
Dance your way out of bed on a 70’s-disco-style illuminated floor.

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  • Visualizer: Emilia Abzhandadze
One colourful wall hanging can change the mood of an entire room.

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  • Visualizer: Mohammed Elnabarawy
Turkish delight. Ornate arches, luxurious textiles, painted tables and twinkling lanterns.

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  • Visualizer: Alaa Hammad
If you need a little boost in the mornings, or whilst studying in the evenings, a wall of motivational posters might offer a welcome pick me up.

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  • Visualizer: Safonov Kirill Interiors
Don’t hide away. Draw bold designs with exposed electrical wires to harness the industrial vibe.

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  • Visualizer: Alexander Makhno
Choose a common shape theme. The circle rug beneath this bed helps soften the harsh edges of a linear bed design. The shape is echoed by a round side table and circular wall decor.

Recommended Reading: 51 Modern Bedrooms

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