April 3, 2024 | Updated: April 17, 2024

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12 bedroom trends you can’t miss out on

Striking headboards, sustainable materials and very personal styles are the main trends in bedrooms.

Trends in bedrooms 2024 reflect the current evolution of these rooms in terms of design and versatility. Multifunctional spaces that reflect our personality and way of life, as well as being places to sleep.

The bedroom is our personal refuge. An intimate corner in which to relax and recharge our batteries at the end of the day. It can also express our personal style. The décor of a bedroom can significantly influence our mood and general well-being. From the choice of colours to the arrangement of the furniture, every detail counts in creating a cosy and comforting atmosphere.

For all these reasons, in the following post we will review the main trends in bedrooms 2024. Ideas and tips to transform this space into a sanctuary of tranquillity and serenity.

(1) Bedroom with Skins Nature Sauvage Steel, Linkfloor Kingdom Iberia and Split Lines Invisible by L’Antic Colonial. (2) Bedroom with the XTONE Ele, Neda and Tura collections by Porcelanosa as flooring and wall tiles. (3) Bedroom with XLIGHT Glem White and PAR-KER® Heritage Colonial bathroom by Porcelanosa. (4) Combination of XLIGHT Nylo Noir, XLIGHT Santorini Taupe and Deco Milano Topo, Riviera Topo and PAR-KER® Bruselas Wallnut ceramics by Porcelanosa.

#01 Define the style of the bedroom

Before starting, it is important to define the personal style that the bedroom will have: do we lean towards minimalist and modern lines, or do we prefer a warmer and more rustic atmosphere? Soft and serene colours, or do we go for vibrant and bold tones? Identifying the aesthetic we want will help us to make coherent decisions when choosing furniture, tones or accessories.

#02 Colour palette

Colours can have a big impact on the atmosphere and ambience of the room. The latest trends in bedroom decorating advise opting for soft, neutral tones such as white, beige, light grey or light blue to create a sense of calm and serenity. For a bolder look, we can add touches of colour with decorative accessories such as pillows, blankets or pictures. Finally, warm colours such as soft pink or pastel yellow can add a touch of warmth and comfort.

#03 Zen Minimalism

In an increasingly chaotic world, Zen minimalism is gaining prominence as a way of generating well-being in the bedroom. This trend is characterised by clean lines, soft colours and natural materials that promote serenity and balance. Simple furniture, such as low beds and unadorned bedside tables, help to create an uncluttered and relaxing atmosphere. Also, by incorporating natural elements such as plants or organic products, we will connect the interior space with the exterior. In this way, we will enhance a sense of calm and harmony.

#04 Scandinavian style

This is the other major line to follow in terms of bedroom trends. As with the rest of the home, this type of interior design is characterised by simplicity, functionality and clean aesthetics. Scandinavian style is perfect for creating a cosy and relaxing atmosphere. We can combine neutral tones, such as white, grey and beige, with touches of light wood and soft textiles to create warm and pleasant atmospheres.

(1) Bedroom made with XLIGHT Vendome and XLIGHT Cadore Maple, with a headboard combining Line 3d Maple, Arrow 3D Maple and Stone 3D Oak ceramics. (2) Headboard made with Fitwall® Shades White Sand by Krion. (3) Half-height headboard separating a bedroom with dressing room by Gamadecor from the bathroom. (4) Linkfloor Town Nude vinyl flooring and Skins Feel Knit 210 wallpaper by L’Antic Colonial in a double bedroom.

#05 The choice of flooring

The use we are going to make of the bedroom will partly determine the choice of flooring material. If, for example, we are going to include a dressing room, it will be essential to have a warm and comfortable floor that we can walk on barefoot at any time of the year. Natural wood parquets such as Advance Coffee or vinyl flooring(Linkfloor Kingdom Iberia) and laminates, all from L’Antic Colonial, are the perfect option. On the other hand, ceramic tiles, such as PAR-KER Gent Roble by Porcelanosa or XTONE Montreal, are more appropriate if the room will have wet areas such as a bathroom. In addition, we can install an underfloor radiant heating system such as the one by Butech to provide comfort and warmth.

Finally, we must also take into account the style of the bedroom in order to select the right aesthetic.

#06 Headboards for dreaming

The headboard is one of the latest trends in bedroom decoration. It can be the focal point that gives personality to the room. In this sense, we can opt for a combination of finishes and formats to achieve a collage that reflects our style. Another possibility is to incorporate different volumes that generate an interesting play of perspectives in the room.

As for the materials to be used, we have a wide range of options. From ceramic collections such as XLIGHT Liem Dark by Porcelanosa or Glem White Polished by XTONE to surfaces such as Fitwall® by Krion. With these products, we can even extend the structure beyond the width of the bed and have the headboard replace the wall covering. Another alternative are wallpapers such as the Skins Feel collection by L’Antic Colonial or the Split wood panels by the same firm.

#07 Bedrooms with integrated dressing rooms

If we have enough space, a bedroom with integrated dressing room will allow us to gain in design and storage capacity. These structures, whether open or with glass doors, are perfect for achieving a bright and tidy room. In this sense, Gamadecor has a wide catalogue of modular wardrobes, capable of adapting to any project.

#08 Fusion of bathroom and bedroom

Along the same lines, if the layout of the home allows it, we can consider integrating the bathroom into the bedroom. An option that brings us sophistication, comfort, space and aesthetics; and which we also talked about in the post tendencias para baños 2024. As if it were a hotel suite, we can eliminate the physical barriers that separate the two rooms. Or, if it seems a very risky option, we can mitigate these separations with sliding doors or half-height walls. However, we must take into account some considerations such as privacy, ventilation and humidity.

(1) Dressing room E7 Roble Noche – Cristal Ultra Grey by Gamadecor integrated in a bedroom. (2) Bedroom with integrated bathroom, made with XLIGHT Liem Dark and PAR-KER Gent Roble by Porcelanosa. (3) Combination of the ceramics Milano Bone, Ribbon Roble, Milano Topo, Deco Milano Topo and PAR-KER® Bruselas Roble by Porcelanosa. (4) XTONE Glem White Polished wall tiling and XLIGHT Liem Grey Nature floor tiles in a bedroom with bathroom.

#09 Multi-purpose spaces

With the rise of urban homes and smaller spaces, bedrooms are evolving to meet multiple needs. One of the latest trends in bedrooms is to adapt their use for other functions such as a home office, living room or exercise area. Versatile furniture, such as folding beds and folding desks, maximise the available surface area without compromising on style or comfort.

#10 Lighting set

Lighting plays a crucial role in creating a cosy and relaxing atmosphere in the bedroom. By combining light sources, such as floor lamps, table lamps and wall lights, we achieve a soft and diffused atmosphere. We can even install a dimmer to adjust the light according to our mood and preferences. All this without losing sight of the natural light.

#11 Sustainability and bedroom trends

Sustainability is already a key consideration in bedroom trends. Thus, materials such as L’Antic Colonial’s certified wood and organic textiles are becoming very important due to their low environmental impact. In addition, sustainable design solutions are being incorporated, such as low-consumption LED lighting systems and recycled or reused furniture, to reduce the ecological footprint.

#12 Decorative details to give personality

Decorative details can make all the difference to the look and feel of a bedroom. Depending on its style, we should complete the design with elements that match this aesthetic. Furniture or personal items, such as family photographs, travel souvenirs or objets d’art, will infuse a character of their own. Here are some keys to decorating a double bedroom.

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