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        65 Brilliant Ways to Design the Bedroom Retreat of Your Dreams

        These simple updates can turn your space into a haven in no time.

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        Annie Schlechter

        Your bedroom is where you rest and recharge after a long, hectic day, so there's no reason why you wouldn't want it to feel like a retreat. With a few simple decor upgrades — think smart furniture choices, soothing paint colors, chic window treatments, and tasteful accessories, you can have the inviting bedroom you've always dreamed of.

        Ready to craft a calming bedroom? Regardless of size, your master bedroom is full of design potential. Get ready to step outside of your comfort zone with these brilliant bedroom decorating ideas that'll help you pull off your makeover once and for all. And the best part is you don't have to blow your budget.

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        Adam Macchia
        1 of 65
        Go Moody

        Opting for a deep hue, like gray, is an easy way to give your bedroom a cocoon-like feel. Introduce contrast with white bedding and wood nightstands.

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        Jennifer Hughes
        2 of 65
        Use a Console Table as a Nightstand

        If you love the idea of having both a vanity area and a nightstand, set a console table right next to your bed. Style it with your favorite accessories, including an oversized mirror, table lamp, and framed art.

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        Consider a Floral Headboard

        Uplift your design scheme with an eye-catching floral headboard. Choosing a vibrant hue, like yellow, can act as the perfect balance to neutral-colored walls.

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        Brian Woodcock
        4 of 65
        Bring in Additional Seating

        A simple accent chair can transition from side table to foot rest to extra seating if you need a spot for quickly putting on shoes.

        RELATED: The 12 Best Sofas of 2020 at Every Price

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        David A. Land
        5 of 65
        Go for a Built-in

        Play up your bedroom's cozy factor by letting a built-in bookcase complement a comfy accent chair and white canopy bed.


        bedroom ideas petite nightstand
        Max Kim-Bee
        6 of 65
        Embrace Petite Furniture

        Don't fret if you have a small bedroom. A narrow nightstand, like this charming Ikea design, is a great option to help reduce clutter.

        RELATED: 15 Small Bedroom Decor Ideas That Feel Grand

        bedroom ideas wood paneling
        Annie Schlechter
        7 of 65
        Paint Wood Panels

        To prevent wood paneling from feeling outdated, go for warm gray paint — the perfect choice to create a calming atmosphere.

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        Lisa Romerein
        8 of 65
        Try Striking Lighting

        When it comes to lighting, you can't go wrong with a layered effect. Pull your room together with an elegant overhead fixture and small bedside table lamps.

        RELATED: The 8 Best Light Therapy Lamps to Naturally Boost Your Mood

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        Raquel Langworthy
        9 of 65
        Test the Tassel Trend

        Dress up a basic nightstand with tassel hardware that can add an elegant touch to any bedroom.

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        Stacy Bass
        10 of 65
        Two-Tone Walls

        Why settle for one paint color when you can have two, right? Two-tone walls are a no-fail way to boost your room's visual appeal.

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        Matt Albiani
        11 of 65
        Built-in Bed

        If you're partial to coastal-inspired decor, experiment with a cozy captain's bed. It's an ideal and stylish spot to store your belongings without taking up much-needed space.

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        Amy Bartlam
        12 of 65
        Incorporate a Wood Bench

        Rather than placing a typical upholstered bench at the foot of your bed, try a wooden design. It's an easy way to introduce a rustic flair into your space without going overboard.

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        Laura Resen
        13 of 65
        Opt for Matching Frames

        Black frames make it easy to swap in new photos, mementos, and artwork when you're ready for a change of pace.

        bedroom ideas curtains
        James Merrell
        14 of 65
        Swap Out Your Curtains

        Change your view (at least inside) by swapping in new curtains. Make sure your new panels are long enough to just hit the floor or sill, and pick ones at least twice as wide as the width of the window.

        RELATED: 6 Best Blackout Curtains for the Best Sleep Ever

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        Laura Moss
        15 of 65
        Use Luxe Bedding

        Give your bedroom a hotel feel with cozy white sheets and an assortment of complementary throw pillows.

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        Abby Murphy
        16 of 65
        Decorate Your Bed

        Start with a colorful frame, pile on the pillows, and hang a crafty pom-pom garland!

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        Settle on an Oversized Plant

        Greenery never fails to breathe life into a space. Try an oversized plant to make even more of an impact.

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        Jean Allsopp
        18 of 65
        Find Inspiration Outdoors

        A repurposed barn door adds texture and interest to this rustic bedroom retreat. Use reclaimed wood as your starting point to create a one-of-a-kind piece, adding lights for reading. How farmhouse chic!

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        Simon Whitmore
        19 of 65
        Think Global

        A vintage map makes a great (and inexpensive!) focal point for this simple bedroom. Shop local thrift stores and markets to find one-of-a-kind pieces.

        RELATED: 12 Inspiring Boho Living Room Ideas

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        Mark Scott
        20 of 65
        "Commission" a Scenic Mural

        Forget hiring an artist for the job — you can now pick from dozens of styles of large-scale peel-and-stick landscapes and patterns.


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        Mark Scott
        21 of 65
        Turn to Mirrors

        Dark corners, be gone. Mirrors are the tried-and-true way for bouncing more light around a windowless bedroom.

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        Francesco Lagnese
        22 of 65
        Fill with Greenery

        A vibrant palm leaf acts as a piece of artwork in this beachy bohemian room.

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        Aimée Mazzenga
        23 of 65
        Double Up on Rugs

        Layering matching rugs on top of wall-to-wall carpeting defines each bed's space while adding another layer of color and pattern to the room, explains designer Bria Hammel.

        SHOP RUGS

        bedroom ideas hardware
        Mike Garten
        24 of 65
        Swap Out Hardware

        Give your existing dresser or bedside table a mini makeover with new knobs. (Some fancy pulls might inspire you to put things away faster too.)

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        Adam Macchia
        25 of 65
        Paint an Accent Wall

        Bedrooms should be a place to relax, but that doesn't mean they have to be boring. Designer Dan Mazzarini wasn't shy about incorporating a bold, orange-red backdrop.

        bedroom ideas throw pillows
        Casey Dunn
        26 of 65
        Try on a Trend

        A throw pillow is a low-commitment and low-investment way to see how you like the latest styles and materials (like velvet and feathered looks) rocking the home decor world. To save a few dollars, keep the same inserts and buy pillow covers to swap whenever you want.

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        Tessa Neustadt
        27 of 65
        Try a Daybed

        In this bedroom designed by Emily Henderson, a daybed is the perfect solution for seating and a place for Mom and Dad to nap. Try one in your own master for a luxurious update.

        bedroom ideas hidden hamper
        Just a Girl and a Blog
        28 of 65
        Go for a Hidden Hamper

        Finally tackle your habit of leaving clothes on that chair with a gorgeous hidden hamper so dirty clothes are out of sight, out of mind.

        bedroom flowers ideas
        Dustin Walker
        29 of 65
        Bring in Flowers

        A floral painting, pillow, or even a vase filled with a few blooms instantly freshens any space.

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        Alyssa Rosenheck
        30 of 65
        Follow the Rule of Threes

        Try this trick from designer Mel Bean to fill up space when you can't afford big pieces of art: Hang multiple, uniform-sized picture frames, with simple artwork, side-by-side above your bed.

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