Want to spruce up your bedroom for the New Year? Read this feature first to discover which bedroom trends are going to be hot in 2023.
2023 bedroom trends are important right now. Because it’s that time of year when we make fresh resolutions, but one room that is often left out in the cold is the bedroom. Tielle Love Luxury, luxury linen supplier to the world’s leading five-star hotels, has curated the most inspiring ways to spruce up your sanctuary in 2023.
As spaces rarely on display to guests, bedrooms are often the last areas to be shown some love. So if you’re looking for ways to give your bedroom a makeover, consider some of these innovative ideas and trends.
1. 2023 bedroom trends: The dressing table is coming back
Once the preserve of well-groomed grandmothers and eccentric aunts, the dressing table is making a comeback. Thanks to the burgeoning trend of at home self-care, this elegant yet practical piece of furniture is on-trend. It’s a dedicated spot where you can prepare for the day ahead. You can also take some time to indulge in wellness rituals or relax and get ready for bed. Having a place to create habits like these can feel like a real luxury, and there are a host of beautiful and affordable designs available. Everything from cane and rattan to chic lacquer and beautifully crafted timber is on offer. Ensure you choose well and make your table an investment that’s guaranteed to last a lifetime.
2. Think outside the box when it comes to bedlinen
When it comes to bedlinen, think beyond the matching set and mix things up a bit. Whereas it used to be all about coordination, the move now is towards a more eclectic approach that reflects your personality. So if you prefer crisp white sheets such as the Classic Hotel 300 you can still add some flair with a colourful throw. Or you could be more adventurous with stripes, checks or florals, which would add even more character. Combining linens and throws that have a key shade running through will help pull the look together. Or why not go for a colour ‘level’ – so pastel, very dark or bright. Going forward into 2023, a more daring option will be metallic bedlinen – adding a sense of luxe to your boudoir.
3. 2023 bedroom trends: Consider a sleeping nook
From an architectural perspective, the latest trend in bedroom design is sleeping nooks. The idea is to position a bed so that the top end is in an alcove, creating an intimate den-like feel. If there’s existing built-in storage, remove doors to create an instant nook, or if you’re installing built in wardrobes, leave a space in the middle to position the bed. Another option in a smaller bedroom is to position the bed directly against, and parallel to, the shorter wall. Then enclose the space with curtains. This creates a cosy sleeping area that works with rather than against the limited space.
4. Go for an upholstered headboard
Upholstered headboards have seen a huge resurgence in popularity, thanks to the fact that they can offer eye-catching fabrics. This creates an opportunity to bring colour, and more importantly pattern – also a big bedroom trend – into a space. Contemporary headboards can be as tall as you like, and if you have a high ceiling a large headboard can become a great focal point. Smaller designs can be attached to the bed, but larger sizes should be wall mounted – allow up to 7.5cm extra each side to accommodate bedding. Also on trend are wrap around headboards that mimic the shape of a wingback chair. These curvy designs are ideal if you want a cosy space to snuggle up in, but an architectural sleeping nook is out of the question.
Founder of Tielle Love Luxury, Robert Lancaster-Gaye, adds: ‘Next year is all about reflecting your personality in your room décor. The master bedroom is private, so it is the perfect space to experiment with colour combinations, whether that be through bedlinen, graphic throws or mismatched throw pillows. There are so many ways to express yourself, whether you follow the trends, or choose to go for your own style, it’s completely up to you. Just go for it!’
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