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Our Most Pinned Bedrooms

These popular bedroom images have taken on a life of their own

Written and produced by Julianne Hilmes
  • Colleen Duffley

    The elegant chandelier is a dramatic focal point in this beautiful showhouse bedroom. The bed, upholstered in dreamy taupe cotton velvet, and the mirrored bedside tables, bring glamour to the space.

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    Interior design: Paige S. Schnell

  • Werner Straube

    Adorable and thoughtfully designed, it’s no wonder this sweet bedroom is popular. The Swedish-inspired built-in bed has a glide mechanism that allows the mattress to be easily pulled out to be made, and steps that are cleverly disguised as drawers. Genius!

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    Interior design: Tom Stringer

  • Gordon Beall

    With extra-tall curtains flowing from ceiling to floor, this pristine white bedroom certainly makes a dramatic statement. Secured by iron rods mounted to the ceiling, the billowy white linen curtains puddle onto the floor.

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    Interior design: Paul Corrie

  • This exotic bedroom has us dreaming of a trip to Bali. A 19th-century opium bed complete with a canopy and curtains is dressed in simple in white linens. 

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  • Tria Giovan

    This bunk room looks like a party! It has tons of room to play and cozy sleeping nooks. Plus, each bed has its own built-in bookshelf and reading light, so everyone can wind down with some peace and quiet when the fun is done. 

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    Interior design: Suzanne Kasler

  • Jessica Klewicki

    We never tire of blue and white! Pattern play in one of our favorite color combinations rules this beach cottage bedroom. Stripes, checks, florals, and a toile all come together for the perfect effect. 

    This beautiful beach cottage is breezy in blue

    Interior design: JoAnn Barwick

  • John Bessler

    A girl’s room delights with playful color. The daughters in this home worked with the interior designer on their bedrooms. “We wanted them to reflect their personalities,” designer Lucy Earl says. 

    This beautiful, neutral home is ready for the holidays

    Interior design: Lucy Earl

  • Werner Straube

    Subtly stylish, this bedroom has a tan background that allows the indigo colors to really pop. The pièce de résistance, however, is the antique Baccarat crystal chandelier. 

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    Interior design: Megan Winters

  • Michael Luppino

    A deep window alcove created a clever space for guest beds in this Nantucket home. The little niche just looks so cozy!

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    Interior design: Elizabeth Corker

  • Emily Followill

    Feminine and rustic elements work together in this guest bedroom. A harmonious palette is driven by the light blue color on the walls, which inspired soft blue details throughout the room. Bird-themed linen on the canopy, pillows, and table skirt lends a dose of whimsy.

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    Interior design: Lori Tippins

  • John Bessler

    White trim and furniture stand out against the deep blues in this teenager’s bedroom. Furniture was arranged to allow for the best views from the windows. A large white chandelier makes a dramatic focal point. 

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    Interior design: Brad Boles

  • Colleen Duffley

    We were not surprised when this fantastic bunk room made its way into our 25 most pinned bedrooms. Located in a Florida beach house, this bunk room, which sleeps six, uses bold stripes and nautical colors to create a casual atmosphere for kids. 

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  • Tria Giovan

    We think this bedroom might just be perfect. A quiet palette and delicately embellished linens complete the serene master bedroom in Louise Brooks’ home on Long Island Sound. 

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    Architectural design: Louise Brooks
    Interior design: Lynn Morgan
     

  • Werner Straube

    Vibrant color makes a statement in this lake home bedroom, and that statement is, ‘we are here to have fun!’ It would be hard to have a bad time with the bold color combinations of orange and pink!

    This entire family lake home is filled with vibrant color.

    Interior design: Elizabeth and Hope Schmidt

  • Virginia MacDonald

    This lilac-and-white bedroom is feminine and elegant. The color scheme was inspired by Canada’s northern light. 

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    Interior design: Colette van den Thillart

  • Nancy Nolan

    Bright color takes center stage with electric oranges, hot pinks, and vibrant greens in this bold bedroom. The deep violet on the walls and ceilings provides a dark backdrop to make the other colors pop. The beige carpet helps ground the space. 

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  • Nancy Nolan

    Not only is this bedroom stylish, but it’s also eco-friendly! Organic cotton dresses the bed and the headboard. The desk and chair are both vintage and painted with low-VOC paint.

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    Interior design: Tobi Fairley

  • Gordon Beall

    Black-and-white toile wall covering and a wall of bookshelves give this bedroom a timeless feel. Designer Gerald Pomeroy shelves his books spine-in after reading them. “It’s an old Celtic custom I got from my mother,” he explains.

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    Interior design: Gerald Pomeroy

  • Werner Straube

    Gail Plechaty's master bedroom suite for the Lake Forest Showhouse presents a Catch-22. On one hand, its envelope of serenity and calmness aids sleeping, which is, after all, the room's ultimate intention. But with a space cloaked in creamy fabrics, natural light, and furnishings that create such elegance, who wants to waste time in shut-eye?

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    Interior design: Gail Plechaty

  • John Bessler and Jonny Valiant

    This showhouse bedroom is just dreamy. We love the tufted headboard, the serene palette, and the symmetry.

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    Interior design: Ron Fiore

  • Emily Jenkins Followill

    A base of white allows for plenty of color and pattern in this bedroom. The patterned window treatments were the jumping off point for the details in the rest of the room—a cheetah print rug underfoot, an orange x bench at the foot of the bed, and green trim on the duvet. 

    This Atlanta home boasts pink in every room.

    Interior design: Katie Rosenfeld

  • Courtesy of Dorya Media

    The black-and-white Art Deco bedside cabinet contrasts beautifully with the draped canopy sheers and plush throw rugs in this stylish room. The gray-and-white bed linens and tufted headboard add intriguing patterns to the mix.

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    Interior design: Megan Perry Yorgancioglu

  • The brown toile in this bedroom is classic through and through, but the leopard rug underfoot introduces a sense of currency. 

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  • Dominique Vorillon

    Stylish and sophisticated is how we would describe this bedroom. A muted teal headboard jumpstarts the color palette. And we just adore the diamond-shaped inlays on that nightstand!

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    Interior design: Caroline and Steve Thompson

  • John Bessler and Jonny Valiant

    Interior designer Tobi Fairley is known for tasteful use of color and pattern, both deployed expertly in this showhouse bedroom. Here, jade green, bright coral, and chartreuse play happily together. 

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    Interior design: Tobi Fairley

  • The Sidecar, price available upon request from Moore & Giles [1-800-737-0169]

    This beautifully crafted bar cart, The Sidecar by Moore and Giles, is a great way to store liquor, glassware, bar tools, and anything else needed to complete your own miniature bar. The cart, made of Virginia black walnut, birch, leather, aluminum, and brass, is wheeled to make sure the party can travel with you. Perfect for drink-lovers without the space for a full bar.