These elevated spaces might just inspire you to re-decorate your own bedroom. In bedrooms with these bedroom ideas, you’ll undoubtedly have sweet dreams.
An Alabama house with a refined, soulful sensibility features a bedroom with vintage chairs in a Great Plains silk, a duvet in Rogers & Goffigon paisley, a console by Jan Jander and a table lamp by Mr. Brown.
The master bedroom of this Palm Beach villa features curtains and a matching canopy in a Fortuny fabric, a screen from John Rosselli Antiques and an 18th-century French bench in a Lulu DK fabric. The carpet is by Stark.
This San Francisco home features an ample bedroom that incorporates a custom headboard in a de Le Cuona linen, bed linens from Matouk, a custom sofa in a Designers Guild fabric and a19th-century Swedish chair in a Jacques Bouvet et Cie fabric.
This bedroom designed by Charleston designer Amelia Handegan has a circa-1840 American bed with a canopy in an André du Dauphiné fabric, a 19th-century Spanish table from David Skinner Antiques and an Italian mirror from John Rosselli Antiques.
In this Hamptons family home, a colorful bedroom is marked by a custom bed in a Sister Parish Design fabric, bed linens by Matouk, a custom chaise in a Manuel Canovas fabric and a stool by Tucker Robbins.
A bedroom that opens into the garden in this Santa Barbara home has bedding by Julia B., stools by Formations and a chaise in a Great Plains cotton velvet.
An Art Deco house in Los Angeles features a custom bed with headboard in a Soie de Lune fabric, a custom chair and ottoman in an Old World Weavers fabric, a vintage French floor lamp by Lee Calicchio and curtains in a Nobilis fabric.