Work with warm tones and wood Image credit: This chic bedroom combines polished walnut, oak and birch with natural linens, textured woollens, soft grey walls and sisal flooring for a grown-up, contemporary feel.
Have an oversized headboard made in walnut veneer to anchor the scheme. There are clever concealed shelves behind the front panel to hide clutter.
Layer the bed with natural linen bedding, knitted throws and tactile cushions so that it looks inviting and feels cosy. Mix wood finishes such as oak and birch for bedroom furniture and accessories — mid-toned woods like these work naturally together. Get the look Keep it coastal Image credit: Mel Yates Create a calm and relaxing bedroom in shades of coastal blue and white. Take a subtle striped wallpaper as your starting point and use it on a feature wall behind the bed to make it the focal point of the room.
Use slimline shelves as a headboard to add tailor-made storage for bedside essentials and accessories. Line the back of the shelves with a co-ordinating small-scale paper in a tonal shade of blue. Finish with crisp white cotton bed linen teamed with accent cushions in French navy.
Accessorise with white ceramics, driftwood, bleached wicker and shells. Wow with white Image credit: Tim Young Simple but oh-so sophisticated, an all-white bedroom scheme like this just oozes glamour.
Make an oversized lace-pattern wallpaper the starting point for the room. With a barely-there paper you can be bold with pattern — the bigger the better. Add a supersized headboard made from MDF painted glossy white for maximum shine. Attach floating shelves as bedside tables and add low-hung pendants to minimise clutter.
All-white bed linen is a must for this look — just layer it up with pillowcases, cushions and throws with lace or crochet details. Different textures are the key to making the scheme three-dimensional rather than flat.
Play with a tropical theme Image credit: Dominic Blackmore Team a palette of super-charged brights with black for a chic tropical look in the bedroom. The oversized pattern on the bed linen is the focus of attention in this bedroom. Pick out key colours from the bed linen to co-ordinate your colour scheme, such as the fuchsia pink on walls, cushion and throw, turquoise pendant lights and ottomans, teamed with simple black-and-white furniture.
Lastly, try creating a wallpaper panel behind the bed to frame the area. This subtle black-and-white patterned paper helps to balance the hit of bright colours. Go for a gorgeous grey Image credit: Dominic Blackmore Turn your bedroom into a luxurious retreat with a sophisticated palette of pewter and platinum. While the look is ultra-glamorous, the effect is easy to achieve if you keep to similar tones throughout the room.
Mix shades and tints of the same colour, from dull pewter to polished platinum. Start with a statement bed, like this upholstered sleigh-style bed in a plush pewter velvet.
A glass chandelier hung low over the bed helps to grab the attention, and will glisten and sparkle against all the metallic tones around the room. Carry on the luxe theme, with metallic wallpaper panels either side of the bed. Paper in patchwork Image credit: David Brittain Try a patchwork feature wall to add character to your bedroom.
For a similar effect you could use paint instead of wallpaper. Go for coloured furniture Decorate your room with pop-art inspired monochromes. Spots and stripes make plenty of impact in this well-proportioned room with beautiful period features. A curved shelving unit provides helpful storage, but is also great as a room divider if you have space for a separate relaxation or dressing zone.
Teaming it with chic shades of grey, tones the whole scheme down and prevents the paper being overpowering. As the survey shows, almost three quarters of parents feel there is too much pressure on parents-to-be to buy, with a third of parents going over their budgets. I've set up a new email address just for newsletters, discounts and offers.
Create a sunny scheme with punchy yellow Image credit: Dominic Blackmore Paint your bedroom in yellow if you want a scheme that is full of positive vibes. Give any room a bright, welcoming feel with uplifting, mood-boosting primrose. Ideally, it should remind you of sunny days. Yellow and grey are a great combination and work really well together.
Improve definition with touches of crisp white and introduce pattern in the form of geometrics and chevrons for a sharp, contemporary finish. Hexagon boxes make a break from traditional shelving and have been papered inside for a decorative effect.
Mix your florals Image credit: Simon Bevan Give your bedroom serious style points with an oversized headboard in a gorgeous painterly print.
Florals form the heart of this room, combining coordinating colours to create an adventurous scheme that ties together perfectly, despite the different styles of prints.
Rough up the edges Image credit: Add a blue hue Image credit: Jan Baldwin Transform your bedroom or dressing area into something remarkable with a deep-blue paint on the walls. White floorboards and skirting boards create maximum contrast, while black furniture almost blends into the background.
A colour like this would work all over the bedroom, but you could also choose to paint one feature wall and team it with a wallpaper pattern that includes a corresponding colour.
Tim Young Simple but oh-so sophisticated, an all-white bedroom scheme like this just oozes glamour. Combo 74 x 36 cm D shape.
Say it loud with striking pattern Image credit: Polly Wreford Be bold and zany with bright red and a mix of patterns. White bedding and a black bed anchor the scheme. Be bold with orange Image credit: Tim Young Create an earthy country scheme with a rusty orange colour.
Combine it with cushions that feature a similar shade in their patterns. Leather accessories and wooden furniture are ideal partners for this woodland-inspired bedroom and create a vintage vibe. To stop the look becoming too dark, floors have been painted white and the curtains kept light — we love the supremely cute stag design.
Alternatively, create order in the room with tailor-made storage and streamline shelving for essentials to avoid clutter. And if you enjoy the look and feel of natural wood, a bed with an oversized wooden headboard will look really effective. Mix up walnut, beech and birch with natural cotton bedlinen in shades of taupe and white, and finish the look with sisal and woven rugs for a wonderfully natural look.
Try subtle colour injections Image credit: Catherine Gratwicke Clad walls in wood as a warm and rustic alternative to white paint. Here, colour hits are provided by the throw and cushion.
Plants are great for brightening, too, adding beautiful greenery to this natural-looking space. Anchor your scheme with bedding Image credit: Damien Russell Make decorating your bedroom with colour super simple by adding drama with striking bedding.
Keep walls and floors bright white so that the rich colours stand out to their full potential. Complementary red accents and decorative wall decorations such as the anchor here make striking finishing touches. Recline in total comfort Image credit: Katya de Grunwald Plan a colour scheme that suits your personality best. A monochrome chaise makes this the space to lounge in comfort, adding interest without stealing the show.
Make a splash Image credit: Bring your blooms inside Image credit: A black metal bedstead adds a masculine touch that is the perfect balance to all the florals. Pick your colour palette Image credit: Simon Bevan Combine several tones of one colour for a sophisticated approach to decorating.
This scheme features everything from the palest lilacs to the darkest aubergines. A geometric bedspread in blue tones keeps things close on the colour wheel and adds a modern hit of pattern. Liven up with lime Image credit: Debi Treloar Introduce geometric style into your bedroom scheme with a striking headboard. Mixed with cool-white accents, the diamond geometric design leaps out for instant impact. Take a monochrome approach Image credit: Mel Yates Add some texture to your bedroom with a striking wallpaper.
The grey tones marry perfectly with the soft-blue bed, while the ruffled bed linen mirrors the look of the wallpaper.
Other than the bed, the room has been minimally furnished, with a floor-standing lamp, rather than a bedside table and separate light. A wallpaper like this needs to be centre of attention, after all!
Get fancy with florals Image credit: David Brittain Fancy a fresh new look in the bedroom for spring? Then why not say it with flowers? The zesty yellow floral wallpaper is the star of the show in this bedroom. Teaming it with chic shades of grey, tones the whole scheme down and prevents the paper being overpowering.
Keep other patterns to a minimum and go small-scale rather than large, such as the grey damask pillowcases and herringone throw.
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