Your personal space is your sleep space. It might be as simple as the Restoration hardware bedroom designs you’ve seen online. But where do you begin?
There’s much to consider when artfully assembling this oh-so important serene space, so we turned to top interior designers who use Restoration Hardware furniture and accessories to create their schemes to give us their bedroom idea must-haves for creating the ultimate retreat.
These are their top picks for designing a bedroom.
Bedroom ideas by Restoration Hardware
These Restoration Hardware bedroom designs will inspire and provide you with inspiration for everything from bed ideas to well-being.
1. Lighting can set the mood
Bedroom lighting is key to setting the right mood.
New York-based interior designer ‘Lighting is Everything’ Cara Woodhouse(opens new tab) declares. Layering lighting is key for setting the mood and lighting up the space.
Woodhouse prefers recessed lighting, but prefers lamps and sconces for creating moods. Houston-based designer Katie Davis(opens new tab)Avoid overhead lights
‘In a bedroom we use lower lighting,’ she explains, ‘at different heights and layer it into the space because it’s good to have options when you’re tired or more awake.’
South Florida designer Laetitia Laurent, Laure Nell Interiors(opens new tab)She also believes dimly lit interiors are beautiful and powerful. She believes that dimmable lighting in a bedroom should be the only option. It promotes peace, rest, intimacy, and energizes.
2. Layer for better sleep
Restoration Hardware bedroom designs are often packed full of layers. And what’s a bedroom without layers of tactile interest, after all?
‘Good sheets, amazing mattress, great night table lamps and a candle by my side table,’ are Woodhouse’s must-haves.
According to a New York-based designer, ‘Layers and different textures are necessary for comfort. However, dampening noise is possible by increasing the fabric elements that absorb sound. Laurence Carr(opens new tab)According to a well-respected researcher, they help in better sleep. “This is where you need to pay attention to get those nights of uninterrupted sleep.
3. Mix and match materials
Design firm in Ontario, Senior designer Aspen & IvyRia DaCosta explains how well-designed spaces can include a mix of metal and wood, fabric, stone, and fabric. This gives the space depth and intrigue. Headboard ideas are a great starting point.
DaCosta says, “I love an upholstered headboard for a wood-frame bed with stone nightstands and metal table lamps topped with it.” “Design is about combining different pieces and materials to create a dynamic bedroom that can be explored, enjoyed, and enjoyed.
Woodhouse says that the bed is the most important item in the bedroom. She asserts, “This is where half of your life is spent.” ‘I frequently hear, “I don’t care about my bedroom because no one will see it”I don’t think that should be your thought process when it is about your bedroom.
4. A stylish bed is a focal point.
Houston-based designer Nina Magon(opens new tab)Sheryl believes that a stylish bed can improve the design of a bedroom. She believes that a bedroom will be a focal point if it has a stylish and attractive bed.
“Beds come in many styles and can be customized so you can add your personal touch to this important design element.
When it comes to bed styles, Laurent adds, ‘Lately I’ve been loving boxed velvet platform beds – they feel very luxe and grounded.’ Davis shared, “We always put an antique into a bedroom. It adds life and character to the space.
5. Make it feel luxurious
Laurent recommends bed sheets with lighter threads and a contrasting headboard.
Toronto-based interior designer Anne Hepfer(opens new tab)Her secrets for creating soft and comfortable spaces in the bedroom. She says that bedding should feel soft and comfortable to sink into. “Bedding is a place we spend so much time in, that it’s not a good idea to save money on bed linens. You want to sleep soundly in your bedding.
6. Plan for your well-being
It is important to have great bedding, but it is equally important to choose the right mattress. ‘The ability for one’s furniture, especially your mattress, to support your body and adapt to your pressure points can ensure proper rest, and more energy during the day,’ notes Carr.
7. Select the right bedroom color
When choosing bedroom color, it is important not to choose from your current favorites. It is important to ask the question, “Which color is best in a bedroom?” The goal should be to create a space that induces sleep.
‘One also has to consider color psychology – the colors you choose play a large role in the emotional response one has to a space.’
Our bedrooms are our sanctuary. Our bedrooms should be bright or dark, subtle, rich or simple.
Hepfer says, “A sense of comfort that begins with a comfortable mattress and extends to all the tactile components in a bed, from the linen of the pillows to the glaze on a lamp,” she adds. Everything should make you want to exhale a sigh when it is all considered.
8. Choose a serene color palette
“I think when you create a zen-denWoodhouse states that it is a feeling you can feel that allows you to relax your body, mind, and soul. ‘I love creating softer palettes in bedrooms to give a serene feeling – spaces filled with creamy whites and light tones of color definitely do the trick.’
When choosing furniture, stick to your color scheme. Woodhouse notes, ‘You can lighten up your bedroom with furnishings as well and try to make things as highly functional as possible whether it’s through task reading lights next to your bed or adding a carafe of water with glasses ready for each night.’
9. Add space to accommodate seating
If you’re considering bedroom furniture ideas, don’t underestimate the restorative nature of a cozy seating or reading nook in your bedroom. Davis says, “I love the idea for a sitting area within a bedroom.”
Laurent agrees with the sentiment and adds, “I use the Cloud Sectional(opens new tab)This can be done again with many Ben Soleimani rugs(opens new tab)I design bedrooms. But I believe that the Royce chaise(opens new tab)It is my personal favorite.
Woodhouse knows the importance of a bedroom with a reflective area. Woodhouse loves creating a peaceful feeling and experience. Intentional seating is another way to add to the story. It is the most important room in our home and where we spend most of our time.
10. Layer with bedroom rugs
Cara Woodhouse believes a soft, luxurious bed rug under your feet can help ground the space.
Laurent believes that a rug can make or break your home. You want to feel as if you are walking on soft clouds. I like to add subtle contrast by using a rug that has a higher pile and some silk/vise to let the light bounce off it, giving it that lovely sheen.
What bedroom style is Restoration Hardware?
A Restoration Hardware bedroom is both functional and formulaic. It also features vintage accessories, and distressed furniture. The artful assembly and placement these elements make a bedroom a sanctuary rather than a generic, mass-produced space. ‘The bedroom’s base elements – like the bed, nightstands, and dressers – create a prescriptive landscape,’ explains interior designer Anne Hepfer, ‘and then we add soft, sumptuous layers and accessories to make it more special and meaningful.’
Which Restoration Hardware bedroom furniture should be purchased?
Anne Hepfer, an interior designer prefers RH Nightstands due to their superior quality and reasonable price. They also have ample storage space, so you can keep your eyes clear.
Katie Davis, Designer shares her belief in the power of the human spirit. Maison Cane bed(opens new tab)This can be used as an accent in a bedroom. She says that the cane detail adds warmth and texture to wood but isn’t too heavy.
Woodhouse is however partial to curves. Woodhouse is a big advocate of using curves. Lotus bed(opens new tab)She explained this to her customers. She explained to her clients that the sofa is extremely curvy, adding softness to the space. It makes you want jump in and go to sleep. I love pairing it with the Wyeth Travertine Nightstands(opens new tab).’
Philadelphia designer Maria Viola- Kuttruff(opens new tab)RH is a great resource for textural cues. ‘RH has incredible table options that display textual materiality like faux shagreen or boucle – perfect for a bedroom,” she says. ‘And, you can’t underestimate the cool factor texture brings to a bedroom.’