Definitely the most personal room in your home, the best bedrooms bring together comfort, storage and style. With fewer hours of daylight and temperatures dropping, there’s no better time of year to design the room of your dreams. Your bedroom should reflect your personal sense of style, and trends offer a great jumping-off point for choosing the right pieces. With this season’s trending bedroom furniture, you can create a space that’s stylish, cozy and perfectly yours.
Mix in Metal
A breath of fresh air for bedrooms filled with heavy furniture, metal beds are one of the year’s most versatile trends. With lots of negative space to keep your room looking light and open, the metal bed trend is especially small-space friendly. And if you’re only looking to replace one piece of bedroom furniture, metal mixes easily with different wood tones and finishes. Our Izadore bed comes in three sizes and your choice of black, grey or white, making it infinitely adaptable for city or suburban living. For metal on a smaller scale, feature the material in a new side table or a slim bench for the foot of your bed.
Reclaiming Your Retreat
In any room, reclaimed wood adds rustic, organic character that can’t be recreated with brand-new materials. Nail holes, patches and natural colour variations show off the history and charm of reclaimed wood furniture. In the bedroom, it’s the perfect backdrop for modern-rustic or industrial design. Pair with faux fur bedding in the winter, then switch to classic breezy whites for a spring update. Try our Stapleton Collection for warm, reclaimed wood with metal detailing, or our new Sydney Collection in modern grey.
Room for More
This functional trend is all about making the most of your bedroom. If your dresser, closet and nightstand are all bursting at the seams, or you live in a small space that won’t fit a full bedroom set, storage beds give you more drawers without sacrificing floor space. Available in four finishes, our Parker Bed adds dimension to your room with inset panelling, classic details and, of course, extra storage.