DFW’s Top Bedroom Interior Design Ideas

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Dallas bedroom interior design ideas help homeowners create a master retreat where they can withdraw from the hustle and bustle of life. More and more interior designers are focusing on creating a serene escape.

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Bedroom interior design ideas help Dallas homeowners create a master retreat where they can withdraw from the hustle and bustle of life. These days, interior designers are increasingly focusing on the idea of transforming a bedroom into a quiet escape.

Serenity Is Key

A top trend in bedroom interior design ideas is creating a sense of serenity. After a stressful day, the prospect of relaxing in the soft comfort of a tranquil bedroom appeals to many Dallas homeowners.

Dallas-based Traci Connell Interiors, which won Houzz’s “Best of Houzz” award in 2013 and 2014, embraced this trend by designing a “Serene Master Bedroom” suite filled with soft blue-grays and whites and dark woods to create a calm, soothing palette. Light window treatments give the room a sunny ambiance.

Create a Multipurpose Space

Master suites aren’t just places to sleep anymore. One of the hottest bedroom interior design ideas is creating spaces for work, reading, or relaxing in the master retreat. Flower Mound–based firm Halo Design even applied this idea to a gigantic master suite closet, adding a bright orange sofa to give the homeowner a comfortable place to relax while getting ready in the morning.

To create this feeling of sanctuary, most Dallas-area designers are making sure to include a pair of chairs, a small sofa, or a chaise lounge in their master retreats, along with a table and a good reading lamp. Add a small refrigerator and a coffeemaker, and homeowners can enjoy that first cup of coffee while catching the news before they even leave their bedrooms. Writing desks allow homeowners to get a little work done, too.

Add Interest with Textures and Patterns

The upholstered headboard trend is here to stay in Dallas design. Many styles are custom-designed with luxurious fabrics, which frequently cost less than wood or metal alternatives. Neutral colors that coordinate with the wood in the furniture — like cream, chocolate brown, or soft gray — are popular colors with Dallas designers.

Wallpapers in mid-20th-century styles and updated damasks make for striking accent walls in a Dallas master suite. Floral prints in muted colors are making a comeback as well. The most popular location for wallpaper in Dallas-area master suites is behind the bed, which helps make it the focal point of the room. Some designers are using wallpaper in master baths, too.

Every homeowner has their own idea of what recharges their batteries. When choosing furniture, bedding, light fixtures, rugs, and accents for your master suite, go for elements that make you feel serene and relaxed.

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