Published on 10/17/23

geometric accent wall behind bed
 Kalu Interiors

As we inch closer to 2024, we’re eager to see what trends will reign supreme in the design world, especially when it comes to bedrooms.

We asked experts to share the bedroom trends that we’ll be seeing all of 2024, so we know what to look for when shopping for new pieces or rearranging existing furniture.

Below, we’re highlighting 10 exciting trends that the pros say will be big when it comes to sleep spaces.

  • 01of 10Quiet Luxuryquiet luxury bedroom Louis Duncan-HeYou’re likely already familiar with the quiet luxury trend, which has made waves in both the home decor and fashion worlds this past year.”Quiet luxury embodies the idea that opulence and sophistication need not be ostentatious or loud; instead, it focuses on creating a serene and harmonious space that exudes a sense of understated elegance,” explains Mahsa Afsharpour, the founder of Saga Interiors in the San Francisco Bay Area.Afsharpour says that quiet luxury will continue to play a role in bedroom design next year, making its mark in several key ways.For one, we can expect to see a use of high-quality linens, durable and classic furniture pieces, clean lines, natural and sustainable materials, and subtle patterns, the designer says.
  • 02of 10Concealed Technologytech free bedroom Cathie Hong InteriorsEven if your bedroom isn’t home to a television, the space is surely filled with plenty of other tech gear.Afsharpour says that next year, as part of the quiet luxury trend, we’ll see people making more of an effort to camouflage cords and beyond.”Consider concealing technology seamlessly in the bedroom to maintain a clean and uncluttered look,” Afsharpour recommends, noting that built-in charging stations, smart lighting, and hidden entertainment systems are all excellent choices.Continue to 3 of 10 below.
  • 03of 10A Mix of Old and Newmix of vintage and new Erin Williamson DesignGo ahead and pair together vintage and contemporary pieces in the bedroom.Margie Kaercher, the founder of Hearth and Honey Homes explains how mixing modern and vintage pieces can often make a room feel curated and complete.”I’m a big believer that every room should tell a story, and one of the best ways to do that is incorporating pieces that have history, meaning, and character,” she says.Take to the thrift shop or flea market to source one-of-a-kind items that are full of personality.Continue to 4 of 10 below.
  • 04of 10Dark and Wallpapered Ceilingsdark ceilings in bedroom Design by Taylor Fusco / Photo by Margaret LarsonDon’t shy away from addressing the bedroom ceiling—and going moody while you’re at it, says Taylor Fusco, the founder of Tay Fusco Design on Long Island.Fusco says that her clients crave coziness in the bedroom, and addressing the ceiling is one way to make a space feel more snug.”Instead of four walls having wallpaper or a dark accent it’s just one—drawing the eye up and adding that much more dimension to their rooms,” Fusco explains.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
  • 05of 10An Increased Use of Colorcolorful art in bedroom Alvin Wayne InteriorsGone are the days of bedrooms that are completely devoid of color, says Nicole Arruda, the founder of Nicole Alexandra Design Studio in New York City.Sleep spaces should still feel calm, she says, but people shouldn’t shy away from incorporating hues such as pale greens, pastel yellows, dusty pinks, shades of blue, and even red.”The right shade will feel playful and luxurious,” she explains.
    In particular, Lindsay Atapattu of LEB Interiors in Brookline, Massachusetts, anticipates an increased use of patterned and colorful sheets next year.”I really love a small pattern sheet with a white background, a comfy quilt, and then a folded duvet at the bottom of the bed,” Atapattu says.Continue to 6 of 10 below.
  • 06of 10Floral and Botanical Printsbanana leaf headboard Desiree Burns InteriorsOn a related note, Kaercher says that we can expect to see more nature-inspired designs when it comes to bedding, wallpaper, artwork, and upholstery.”These classic patterns are so timeless that they work well in a young, middle-aged, or older person’s bedroom,” Kaercher says. “And let’s be real: since nature is never going out of style, neither are these.”Continue to 7 of 10 below.
  • 07of 10Statement Piecesstatement sofa at end of bed Mary Patton DesignStatement pieces aren’t just for gathering spaces; we can expect to see them in the bedroom, too, Arruda says, noting that examples include curvy accent chairs, large-scale artwork, and vintage mirrors—”any piece that breaks the bold and feels unique.”Continue to 8 of 10 below.
  • 08of 10Plenty of Texturetextural pieces in bedroom Design by Nicole Arruda / Photo by Kyle J CaldwellTexture in the bedroom will continue to remain big, Arruda says.”I think we’re really going to see those layered and textural moments in bedrooms—think chunky wool rugs, natural woods, limewash walls, crisp linens, and lush velvets,” Arruda explains.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
  • 09of 10Monochromatic Designblack bedroom Amy Leferink at Interior ImpressionsMonochromatic moments are already making waves and will continue to be en vogue in 2024, Kaercher says.”The key to pulling this look off like a pro is to use lots of different textures and materials, which adds dimension to the space and keeps it from falling flat,” Kaercher says.Continue to 10 of 10 below.
  • 10of 10Geometric Patternsgeometric accent wall behind bed Kalu InteriorsGet ready to go all in with geometrics come 2024. Designer Phyllis Lui of Kalu Interiors says that we’ll be seeing lots of geometric designs on feature walls behind the bed, in particular.She suggests getting the look with wallpaper or molding, as shown in her project here, but DIYers or those looking to cut costs may enjoy opting for stencils.”It gives the space interest and depth, and creates an amazing focal space for the room,” Lui says of this fun pattern play.