You want your bedroom to be beautiful, to be relaxing and to be your own, sacred space. A room filled with things that spark joy and help you unwind, painted with soothing colours and filled with sumptuous textures and furniture you love.
The hours we spend in our bedroom are some of the most important in our day so take a little time to craft your perfect space. Whether that's with floorboards or a h carpet, a minimalist scheme or a room filled with print and pattern.
Here are 21 of the most beautiful bedrooms we've ever seen. From bold floral murals adorning the room to urban cool lofts, whatever your style there's a gorgeous room here to inspire your next DIY day.
One of the most eye-catching things you can do to beautify your bedroom, murals and large pieces of wall art instantly inject life into a smaller space. Use bed linen, curtains and accessories to bring out similar hues to tie it all together.
Take a leaf out of the New York interior design book and opt for metro tiled walls and concrete floors; the pair look great in bedrooms.
The botanical trend is big, and it's not going anywhere any time soon. Want to go bold? Get creeping plants, such as ivy, and guide along walls. Or buy ceiling and floor plant pots for that multi-level nature look.
Draping linens over the bed and having fresh, plumped cotton pillowcases is an easy and effective way to showcase your bed. Use simple lighting, fresh flowers and a minimal amount of furniture to make it the focal point of your room.
Why not inject some exotic design into your bedroom? This Moroccan themed room feels warm, cosy and inviting thanks to the ochre walls, colourful cushions, pretty bed canopy and patterned rugs.
Don't be afraid to mix bold colours with dark furniture. The room instantly feels sophisticated and chic, while personal touches and wooden floors keep things homely.
One of the prettiest bedroom ideas for little girls we've seen in a while, mix textures of whites and add fairy lights around the bed for a room she'll (nearly) never grow out of.
Scandinavians love to decorate with monochrome for an endlessly stylish, pared back look. Add plants and metallic accents, but always keep things sleek and minimal.
Simple white room? Buy the boldest bedding you can. This beautiful floral duvet cover from Anthropologie adds warmth and interest. Use a lamp base to pick out similar colours and distress furniture for a more 'shabby chic' style.
Nothing says pretty countryside decor like a pastel colour pallette (especially pale greens and pinks), layered rugs and throws, flowers, large windows/ doors and exposed wood. These create a calm, quiet atmosphere.
Want a super feminine feel but without going too sickly sweet? Let this gorgeous bedroom be your inspiration. Keep pinks mottled or pastel and focus on white or cream furniture/ accessories. Subtle dark accents, such as these picture frames and black stool, help to keep things grown-up and cool.
Opt for a Mediterranean-inspired bedroom and always feel like you're on holiday. Keep to a strict colour palette for that easy Spanish vibe and add some pretty gold accessories or cushions.
Always see these urban cool items at markets and think 'I'd have no idea what to do with that in my home'? Here's your answer. Iron bed frames, unusual pieces of furniture and exposed brick are toned down here with flowers and cream bedding. Make sure your room gets plenty of light before opting for this look to keep things bright and airy.
The bedroom we all secretly want, add some hanging plants, candles, tribal printed bed sheets, unframed photos/ prints and get rid of that bed frame for the coolest hippy chic bedroom you've ever seen.
If your room isn't particularly light, add some colourful bedding for a brighter, happier vibe. Stick vintage prints on the wall and keep pretty flowers in colourful vases on the chest of drawers.
Expose different types of wood and create a large wooden headboard for a dramatic but cosy bedroom.
Layered chunky knit throws and lots of cushions and pillows make a bedroom instantly inviting (but you may never leave your bed).
Just in case you needed another example of why Scandi bedrooms are brilliant. Go one step further and use exposed lighting for an urban touch.
Feeling frugal? Instead of splashing out on lots of wallpaper, why not paint a patterned wall yourself or create your own mural? A great idea for kid's rooms if you're feeling brave.
The metal of the moment, create a warm and trendy bedroom by adding as many copper tones as possible. Pair with a warm colour scheme, like this pale pink paint or wooden furniture.
Be brave and combine bright aqua greens with purples and evoke a sense of the seaside and summer in your bedroom. Bold colours can really boost our mood, so what better place to utilise them than our bedroom?