September 4th, 2014

Bedroom design, whether it's for a master, child or guest room, is always based upon one thing - the bed! The bed is the largest piece of furniture in the room and the place where we rest and re-energize. Designing a bedroom is therefore heavily reliant on the design of the bed itself. Everything from the headboard to the sheets and pillow help to communicate the design aesthetic. We've included some of our favourite bedrooms, to help inspire you!

Love the Hastings Bed we used here combined with bold blue textured wallpaper and a lime coloured headboard  and  the white accents- together, they create a crisp and contemporary master bedroom. (Casey Design / Planning Group Inc. - photograph by Donna Griffith

This simple wood stained bed frame in the med-century modern bedroom by West Elm is full of texture, pattern and colour. What a relaxing and intriguing haven to come home to after a long day! (West Elm)

This antique Biedermeier Headboard along with the pattern, texture and value in this bedroom create a luxurious and glamorous retreat.  (Casey Design / Planning Group Inc- photograph by Angus Fergusson)

This bed, inspired by the Case House Study projects in Los Angeles - experiments in residential architecture  from the 1950's,  and the textured lighting fixture, bold colour from some throw pillows and a floral grey wallpaper make this contemporary bedroom inviting, while also acting as a place of serenity for our clients (Casey Design / Planning Group Inc.- photograph by Michael Graydon)

Using a curtain to separate a closet from the upholstered bed is a simple and inexpensive way to work with small spaces. We love the use of light and dark values in this open concept space to make it feel cohesive and organized. (ikea)

A brass bamboo-inspired 4-poster bed anchors the space and complements the surrounding pastel and creme accents. (Casey Design / Planning Group Inc. - photograph by Donna Griffith)

AuthorTheresa Casey