The Best Bedrooms of 2016
Discover the 15 spaces that inspired us this year!
Published Dec 22, 2016 5:00 AM
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This year, we got the chance to peek inside the most inspiring bedrooms, spanning from coast to coast as well as across a variety of decorative aesthetics. From the modestly colorful to the eclectically styled, there were no shortage of bold ideas to inspire. Take a look!
Elizabeth Damrich’s Charleston apartment is about as dreamy as they come. From the cleverly styled headboard to the billowing textiles and whitewashed aesthetic, this classic, cool bedroom gave modern elegance a whole new meaning.
Our fall cover girl Aurora James‘s boho-chic bedroom captured our design-loving hearts with its slew of cozy textures and warm wooden furnishings.
We’re unequivocally enthralled by the modern approach of this desert-inspired toile wallpaper. Its monochrome palette imparts an elevated finish, establishing a backdrop fit for a broad spectrum of decorative styles.
Wallpaper PAMPA by Pierre Frey
Proof that even the little ones’ room can be safe, functional, and beautifully decorated! The best complement to an all-white design comes in the form of the lively wall art that colorfully anchors the room’s decor.
Get the scoop on this creative space, here!
Minimalism comes with an elevated finish courtesy of the bright blues and greens of this refreshingly light bedroom vignette. Less is always more!
This boho chic bedroom only goes to show that a lack of color can be easily counteracted by woven textures and organic details.
This cozy lair comes decked to the nines with an array of bold textures, which incorporate Moroccan rugs, hand-dyed sheepskins, and delicate velvets. See how a simple, white bedroom was converted into a playful wonderland, here!
Erin Fetherston‘s dreamy white bedroom exudes an essence of pure California cool. From the sleek leather statement seats to the understated textiles and depth of the natural greens, this is one spot we wouldn’t mind waking up in.
Bright pops of color instill a light-hearted element to this mod white guest room, riddled with edgy decor accents and statement wall art.
We’re filing this one under one of the coziest bedrooms we’ve seen in a while. From the whitewashed, shiplapped walls of a bucolic feel, to the delicately textured linens on the bed, this space’s neutral decor scheme exudes pure bliss.
Statement pillows, a rad wall hanging, and a lightly saturated shade of pink on the walls provide this otherwise minimalist scene with plenty of style and character.
A graphically illustrated mural takes the lead in this modestly decorated bedroom, establishing a daring focal point within the space and proving that a lack of color certainly doesn’t compromise on style.
Within this whitewashed bedroom, unexpected pops of color contribute a layer of depth to the otherwise monochrome decor scheme. Sleek brass sconces bring about a lustrous detail to the space, helping elevate the overall look and feel.
A bold floral motif sets the backdrop for Frances Merrill‘s eclectic Californian bedroom. A deep emerald, tufted headboard borrows a tonal motif from the wallpaper, seamlessly binding the varying elements of the decor.
Hummingbirds Cole & Son
A reserved color palette contributes to this room’s modern minimalist feel, further accentuated by the cheeky throw pillow set and delicate industrialized furnishings.