modern bedroom designs

From a design point of view, you could argue that no room in the home is more important than the bedroom. Your bedroom gives an insight into your personality – whether you prioritise chic style or prefer your bedroom to be full of warmth and cosiness, visitors can understand a lot about you from the design of your personal space.

Modern interior design offers a vast array of possibilities for your bedroom across a range of styles – and we’ve looked at a few of the most exciting bedroom design trends of 2019.

ottoman beds

Ottoman Beds Ottoman Beds

If your bedroom is small, you might want to think about maximising the space available to you with an Ottoman bed. A hydraulic lifting feature allows you to lift the base off the bed, revealing large drawers underneath for you to store clothes or other items that don’t fit elsewhere. Though designed with practicality in mind, Ottomans certainly aren’t lacking in style – available in a wide range of styles and colours, it’s easy to find an Ottoman that will fit the design scheme of your room and really show off your personality.

divan beds

Divan beds Divan beds

Similar to Ottomans, Divan beds are designed to maximise storage space in smaller rooms. Comprised of a wooden base separated into two units for ease of movement and usually boasting ample built-in storage, Divan beds are ideal for creating a modern, uncluttered bedroom. They use limited floor space and allow you to hide away your little odds and ends – perfect if you’re looking to achieve the on-trend Scandinavian minimalist look.

children’s bedrooms

Children’s bedrooms Children’s bedrooms

When it comes to a child’s bedroom, the sky truly is the limit and you can really let your creative side run wild. Stars on the walls and ceiling create a sense of wonder that any child is sure to love, while there is a huge selection of bed designs to fit your child’s personality – from fun bunks for siblings to beds in the shape of everything from racing cars to miniature houses, you’re sure to find the perfect look. Then all you need to do is kit the room out with your child’s favourite teddies and toys!

natural tones

Natural tones bedroom Natural tones bedroom

If you want to create a relaxing ambience in your bedroom, you might consider the use of earthy colours. Brown wood-effect laminate flooring combines well with flowers and pot plants to give your room a real feeling of serenity – which is ideal if you live in a busy house and need your personal space to be peaceful and calming. White walls and bedding can provide a nice contrast to the greens and browns of a nature-themed room, giving your living space a sense of symmetry.

Scandinavian minimalist style bedroom Scandinavian minimalist style bedroom

Whether you prefer the Scandinavian minimalist style or prefer the cosy Moroccan look filled with bold colour schemes and distinctive furniture, if you’re looking for an on-trend look for your bedroom there are plenty of options available to you. Simply decide on the perfect design for you, and start work on building the perfect room!

With all of these options and lots of others available through Carpetright, if you’re looking for the perfect flooring or bed for a modern bedroom, you’ve come to the right place. Why not call us or visit Carpetright today and find the perfect product for you!

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