#bedroom wall designs
Trade in those paint swatches for a palette of gorgeous textures – these bedrooms show how to use light, shadow, depth, and structure in a variety of beautiful and practical ways. Bedroom wall textures can be artful or subtle, simple or complex, and can result in walls so lovely you just might think twice about covering them up with photos or framed art.
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- Visualizer: Image Box Studios
This bright and spacious room channels its playful style through a clever tile mosaic. In this case, the textured accent wall helps extend the short headboard for an integrated floor-to-ceiling effect, a very balanced aesthetic for tall bedrooms.
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- Visualizer: Isadhora Omar
Rugged materials and geometric patterns give these bedroom walls a cool industrial appeal. Industrial-inspired design can sometimes make a room feel too cold, but the liberal use of contrasting texture makes this space feel warm and appealing.
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- Visualizer: Annete Manuilova
Concrete, pinstripes, and rough wooden boards make for a whimsical layered wall treatment. This bright and rustic design could serve as fantastic inspiration if you re looking for a way to use reclaimed or unusual materials.
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- Visualizer: Zrobym Architects
Wood and tile herringbone sets the backdrop for this dark. comfortable bedroom. Matte black paint opposite the window is an ingenious way to cut ambient light perfect for people who like to sleep in late on the weekends.
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- Visualizer: Ilya Leg4atov
These concrete walls are highly finished, yet retain the original form holes for character and urban flavor. The indirect lighting helps this heavy material look light as air, and draws attention to the textural details to make this bedroom pop.
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- Visualizer: Anna Fedyukina
Neat segmentation and directional contrast gives this small bedroom huge personality. Smooth white walls contrast against the concrete panels. Vertical wood slats make the modern reading area feel like its own distinctive space.
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- Visualizer: Mitaka Dimov
This bedroom is exotic and crisp. The concrete panels attract immediate attention with varied patterns, alternating between herringbone and smooth horizontal strokes. Wood panels and yellow accents pop out from the monochrome palette.
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- Visualizer: Frontop
Fabulous marbled concrete stops well before the ceiling to give this spacious bedroom a calmer and more grounded atmosphere. The result looks rich, clean, and comfortable.
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- Visualizer: Archivizer
Large panels offer a sharp and clutter-free approach to texture. Here, gorgeous Asian-inspired latticework bleeds bright gold leafing into the recesses of the integrated storage cabinets.
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- Visualizer: Dmitriy Tereshchuk
Upholstery is a great source of texture. The upholstered wall in this bedroom actually wraps around the room to cover part of the ceiling the result is an enclave of comfort.
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- Visualizer: Nevi Studio
Rough unpainted wood slats create a dramatic contrast with the fresh, brightly painted blue boards. This type of design might make a great DIY project for any reclaimed wood you have laying around a smaller version would make a wonderful headboard.
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- Visualizer: Houzaifa Al Jandali
This beautiful and functional stacked wall treatment offers plenty of room for storage and imagination. Light and shadow take center stage, with simple materials allowing this design to speak for itself.
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- Visualizer: Vic Nguyen
Fresh white brick, weightless curtains, and a perforated accent wall these three unique textures come together in a fascinating way. The variety helps to balance out the unique leather bed and demonstrates strong contrast.
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- Visualizer: Ira Frolova
Stone and wood are classic textures that maintain their place as the most versatile interior decor elements. This natural bedroom embraces the rough stone with plenty of soft fabrics and abundant sunlight
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