BIA Interiors Feature: Bedroom Design Tips

Our bedrooms are often a safe haven to enjoy peace and solitude at the beginning and end of each day. With the seasons changing, we are spending even more time at home and it is key to have a designated place for peaceful escape.

This is why it is so important to give master bedroom design the same thought as we often do to a main living space. Although not a focal point of the home, it is crucial that our private spaces are well designed to make us feel calm and content.

At BIA Interiors, we love to keep master bedrooms light and airy. We focus on layering textures and often use design elements such as textured wallpapers and light fixtures to create interest without overpowering the spaces.

Check out a few master bedrooms that we have designed below.

Our client wanted a clean, neutral bedroom palette, so we chose a dark sheepskin rug to ground the space and bring a soft touch to the room (it also feels amazing to touch). The oversized sputnik chandelier adds interest and contrasts the white walls but doesn’t feel overwhelming with the bedroom’s high ceilings.
For this client’s master bedroom, we decided to wallpaper all of the walls with a rose colored grass cloth wallpaper to create a soft, calming feel. We went bold with a velvet fabric wrapped headboard that compliments the rose tones and gives a personality to the space while still maintaining the overall serene feel.
When it comes to bedrooms, simple styling is often best. 
Fresh flowers soften and bring life to the space, while candles and/or a stack of books are a foolproof way to keep your nightstand looking put together.

Photography: Adam Kane Macchia Photography