20 Light, White Bedrooms for Rest and Relaxation

20 Light, White Bedrooms for Rest and Relaxation

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Did you think we would leave you #TeamWhite folks hanging after our extensive coverage on black bedrooms recently? Not a chance. Using light, white themes or those with muted undertones, these twenty examples of sleep-enticing bedrooms show how your bedroom can harness both calm and character. Soft textures and billowing curtains unfold to muted plains of light wood, granite and wallpaper. Whether industrial, boudoir, Japanese anime or Swedish minimalist in theme, each bedroom creates a sleeping space to unwind in a busy and bustling world.

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  • Visualizer: Filip Sapojnicov
Airy and light, this white-walled bedroom takes on femininity with touches of pink. Standing lamps, fluffy rugs and blush-hued portraits add a pampered feel, to whisk sleepers away.

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  • Visualizer: N-Gon Archviz
Nature often seems harsh, but doesn’t have to be in the bedroom. Leading towards the bed with flattened stepping stones, a standing wooden lamp and low-lying furniture invite calm in minimalist colouring.

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  • Visualizer: Kateryna Senko
Character can shine in a muted bedroom – if only one knows how to accent appropriately. This bedroom’s wooden feature wall and shafts of white allow striped unique laundry baskets and daring illustrations to dominate.

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  • Visualizer: NUKO Studio
Few accents also help create a mellow mood. Here, a low-lying bed aligns with a light wooden bedside table and simple potted plant.

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  • Visualizer: Assembly Studios
Cultural influences can take shape in a well-designed bedroom. Here, an elevated futon-inspired bed links to watercolour themes in the hanging painting and delicately-leaved potted tree.

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  • Visualizer: M3 Architectural and Construction Group
More masculine bedrooms can create calm in colour contrast. Using white, high panelling and an idea-balloon side light, black and grey stripe the room in simple furnishings.

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  • Visualizer: M3 Architectural and Construction Group
Simple patterns help keep a bedroom interesting and idyllic. A high granite wall breaks this room into parts of three, while light detailing in the granite, pillows and throw add focus.

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  • Visualizer: lostbucket visuals
Even simpler textures can take a bedroom to super-standard. A wave-textured wall draws the eye in this space, while a dark wooden floor and charcoal duvet ground the design.

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  • Visualizer: Dream On
More colour and design features need not break the feeling of calm. This multi-coloured bedroom, almost patriotic in feel, mixes bold colours with grey, brown and white accents to create a more relaxed feel. The metallic wall sconces add an air of luxury.

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  • Visualizer: ZIZA Visualization
Bolder tones can help dominate a room, without overwhelming with colour. This bedroom’s navy feature wall and floor-to-headboard wall accents a space of otherwise muted hues.

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  • Visualizer: Lada Kamyshanska
Bright colours can also make features pop in a room, amidst simpler background tones. White walls and light wooden floors in this bedroom hero distinctive cylindrical pendant lights and shocking pink bedding.

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  • Visualizer: Linee Studio
Pops of colour can also contrast with one another – if they are amidst white space. Chinese porcelain, mustard-and-grey and art deco red and greens all contribute to this Scandinavian-looking space.

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  • Visualizer: Julia Shatalina
Cheeky elements can be hidden in less-bold colouring. Semi-Georgian white panelling holds a triptych series sexual in nature, while similarly-hued bedding introduces the serious.

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  • Visualizer: Kateryna Senko
Relaxed upon relaxed is the mantra of this bedroom, grey and white and brown in colour. A hanging hammock and unstructured ottoman invite a simple falling down into plush, dreamy cushions.

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  • Visualizer: Jacqueline Ruivo
Patterns can be bold and competing – if they are held well in the space. Beige-striped walls and a similarly wooden-striped floor hold no barriers to a pink poppy painting and zebra rug. The stylish vanity table with the vanity stool seals the feminine look.

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  • Visualizer: Andrey Vladimirov
A minimalistic bedroom is a perfect place for artistic overtones. This almost-industrial room exposes brick walls and bird motifs hanging from Victorian wall patterning. Wood mesh textures and an italic ‘f’ bring modernity.

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  • Visualizer: Freedes Studio
Wood can feature as well as background. Wooden headboards, chairs, ottomans and dressing tables ground the distinctive wall motifs in this unisex bedroom.

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  • Visualizer: Marc Canut
A Japanese-style bedroom is a well-known way to imitate simplicity. A futon-style bed and chaise longue take centre stage in this white-walled and wooden-floored space.

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  • Visualizer: aTng 糖
A couple’s bedroom can add elements of play. Collected items line white stencil shelving, which mimics a wooden chair and chiffon-encased light in this easy-to-live-in design.

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  • Visualizer: Sherin Hany
A bedroom can, of course, be more feminine. A boudoir style in this bedroom matches perfectly with grey and violet accents and Florentine pattern backgrounding. The bedroom chair completes the look.

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