The 14 Best Bedrooms We’re Pinning Now
Sweet dreams are made of these.
Published Jul 10, 2019 7:00 AM
As Domino editors, frequently falling down the Pinterest rabbit hole is part of our job description. Obviously, we’ve all collectively accumulated our fair share of Pin-worthy interiors, so it’s only right that we share them with the world.
With bedroom inspiration on our minds, we took to the site to round up the interiors that make us want to redecorate. From the bold and the extravagant to the beautifully understated, read on to see our curation of the best bedrooms on Pinterest, plus what we’ve learned from each.
If You Love a Good Sunset
Tone-on-tone color schemes don’t have to be boring. Allow this stunning scene designed by Sarah Sherman Samuel to be your guiding light. An inspired medley of warm hues is an effortless complement to the fresh rattan bed and curtains in this boho-chic bedroom.
If Beach Days Are Your Favorite
Here’s to embracing the simplicity of Scandinavian design and giving it a fresh Aussie twist. This Melbourne townhouse is part minimalist and part beachy, lending the room the vacation vibes we all yearn to have in our home year-round.
If You’re a Free Spirit
Make a statement in a minimalist bedroom with a sculptural wall hanging above the bed. We’re swooning over Malia Mau’s canyon bedroom, the perfect blend of boho and pared-back.
If You’re the DIY Type
Stunning bedroom inspo and an ultra-clever DIY all in one. Could we ask for anything more? Interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel crafted a seriously chic headboard to elevate the simplicity of this A-frame cabin.
If You’re Unafraid of Bold Patterns
If there is one takeaway from Kristjana S. Williams’s French vacation home, it’s that there’s no such thing as too many bold patterns. Suffice to say, her bedroom is no exception, featuring a stunning parrot wallpaper mixed with fauna pillows.
If You Have Minimalist Tendencies
Alison Roman’s style skews toward the mod and minimalist, and her light-filled bedroom perfectly captures the essence of those aesthetics. A trio of plants and a woven wall hanging above the bed add just the right touch of color and texture to the whitewashed room.
If Tone-on-Tone Is Your Middle Name
Leave it to this colorful Connecticut home to inspire some serious room envy and make a case for painting our bedroom walls in a gradient pink. The wide array of vibrant magenta textiles double down on the happy hue.
If Your Dream Home Is a Surf Shack
Old meets new in this laid-back Hamptons house, where country-inspired textiles are paired with contemporary decor elements, like the oversize linen pendant lamps and bright turquoise photograph hanging above the bed.
If You’re a Member of the Cool Kids’ Club
Two surefire ways to add character to a space? Vibrantly patterned side tables and rattan accents. We’re swooning over Cailtin Mociun’s Brooklyn bedroom, which is filled with such happy, whimsical details.
If Hand-Drawn Patterns Make Your Heart Sing
Scandinavian minimalism meets beachy bohemian in Robert McKinley’s Montauk bungalow. Decorative details like Aelfie textiles and mid-century lighting fixtures elevate the monochrome scheme.
If You’re Unafraid of a Statement Wall
A bold malachite wallpaper steals the spotlight in Jonathan Steinitz’s colorful Columbus, Ohio, bedroom, which comes complete with an oversize cloud-like feather pendant lamp and crisp white bedding for a fresh take on a bright green scheme.
If You Love Sleeping With Blackout Curtains
Consider this moody navy bedroom in Garance Doré’s L.A. home an ideal case study for perfecting modern elegance. We’re swooning over the coupling of the tone-on-tone bedding and the wall-to-wall built-in storage.
If You Love Every Color of the Rainbow
We’re enamored of the bright rainbow of hues framing the bed in this guest room at L.A.’s Firehouse Hotel. The cozy velvet headboard and a coral Block Shop bolster pillow make us want to cancel our plans and go take a nap.
If a Pitch-Black Room Doesn’t Scare You
As far as accent walls go, we’re strongly in favor of a daring shade of charcoal gray, as long as it’s coupled with warm hues like sand and mauve.
This story was originally published on March 2017; it has been updated with new information.
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