Master Bedrooms Decor Ideas

The master bedroom is an important space in the home, it is this very trait of exclusivity and privacy that make the master bedroom a valuable room to decorate. It’s a rejuvenating space, a retreat, and an intimate getaway from the world. From master bedroom colour schemes and bedroom furniture sets, to gorgeous lighting schemes and show-stopping accent walls, here are some ideas for how to decorate a master bedroom that you’ll want to spend time in.


You probably don’t want to have to move a million pillows to the side every night before bed, but a healthy stack of soft and squishy pillows helps a bedroom feel inviting and touchable. A stack like this makes you want to flop down and rest for a while. When all the pillows are in the same color family, they weave together seamlessly.

Lounge Area

Of course, not all master bedrooms are spacious enough to create an actual sitting area, but if yours has the space, use it! A comfortable chair or two and a table will be an inviting space to sit and relax and talk or read after a long day. Even in a smaller master bedroom, this concept is a good one – a single chair tucked away in a cozy corner will have a similar soothing effect.


In some cases, you can even avoid a headboard altogether and simply use artwork as the visual headboard of your master bed. Not all artwork should be centered. If you are trying to create a framing effect, for example, such as you might be doing around the bed, it’s a good idea to hang artwork on the outer edges of the “frame” you’re trying to create.


Installing wallpaper on a wall is a really nice and simple way to change the décor and ambiance in a bedroom. Peel and stick wallpaper is very convenient and very easy to use without the need for extra supplies and equipment. Also, it’s easy to take out without leaving residue on the wall in case you want to change the design in the future.

Neutral Colors

A soft neutral color scheme tends to create a soft neutral aura, which is a restful environment for anyone entering a bedroom. It is recommended that you incorporate a few pieces with darker tones to ground the space, however, and keep it from floating away altogether.

Blue Wall

Blue is an incredibly versatile color. Depending on the shade, it can be welcoming or cool, tranquil or moody, dramatic or subdued. The hue is ideal for a bedroom, where it can add color while creating a serene atmosphere.

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