1. Dramatic

For a look that's bold and dramatic, use dark hues and luxe materials such as velvet and leather. A 1940s bed is paired with vintage armchairs to create a dramatic look

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2. Colorful

For a bedroom that's energizing and stylish, go bold with floor-to-ceiling colour. Add 19th-century Persian light hanging in the bedroom of a home that could be in Morocco

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3. Transitional

A transitional bedroom mixes traditional elements with modern pieces for a comfortable and stylish space. For the master bedroom, work on the aesthetic of an ocean liner’s stateroom


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4. Scandinavian-Inspired

Warm woods, sleek lines, and plenty of white infuse calming Scandinavian style. A wall paneled in bleached walnut warms the master bedroom. Hanging over the Poul Kjaerholm chairs is a 1959 work by Lars Englund.

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5. Minimalist

For a minimalist space, keep the palette restrained and pare furnishings down to the essentials. Imbue the spaces with elegant brand of modernism.

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6. Architectural

If your bedroom has incredible architectural elements or amazing views, let them take center stage by keeping furnishings minimal to create a sculptural statement and act as a louvered privacy screen. Incorporate visuals to trigger memories from the owners’ lives. Framing views and light is a major artistic goal. 

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