Bedroom trends for 2021
We’re all unfortunately spending a lot more time than usual at home right now, and it’s likely that many of us have noticed things that we’d really like to change about our bedrooms.
We’ve taken a look at a few of the latest bedroom trends and interior trends that could inspire you to refresh your bedroom interior in 2021.
Whether you’re looking for high end, budget-friendly or something a little different, there’s something for everyone’s taste here…
Why it’s more important than ever
Millions of us have found ourselves working from our bedrooms (aka WFB) since the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Bedroom trends for 2021 are therefore seeing a really strong focus on ‘uniqueness’ (as people want to feel safe, settled and stress-free at home), exotic flourishes (most of us miss travel and going abroad), and sustainability (we all want to help the environment more than ever).
This is not an interior trend that’s really been seen in the past, but ‘working bedrooms’ are likely to be needed by many of us for the foreseeable future.
While it’s always better to keep your bedroom as a place solely for relaxation and sleep, those without the space often have to use their bedroom as their home office.
If you do need to, you should try to create a dedicated workspace. Maybe use a corner or an alcove, ideally with natural light from a nearby window.
As we become more environmentally conscious, it’s natural that we’re now seeing an increase in botanical bedroom trends and designs.
Botanical bedroom décor has been popular as an interior trend for a couple of years, so 2021 should see plenty of fresh takes on foliage, including zingy colour palettes, botanical print wallpaper and lots of plant placement to help with air filtration and sleep.
Nautical bedroom trends
As 2020 was most definitely the year of the staycation, 2021 is likely to see even more opportunities to make our bedrooms feel like a real retreat.
The lure of the beach remains as strong as ever, so now’s the chance to bring the wide-open spaces of the coast right into your bedroom.
The nautical bedroom trend is timeless - and will feel especially appreciated at the moment. Search for distressed wooden furniture and combine it with a colour palette of off-white, seafoam blue and glimpses of sunny yellow.
The world finally appears to be catching on to the need for environmentally-friendly, natural materials when we’re revamping our bedrooms.
There are lots of ways to bring this interior trend into your home. You can opt for beds, new mattresses, bedspreads, rugs, carpets and ornaments that all have natural fibres incorporated.
Natural, organic materials help to give your room a rustic, easy-going feel - and you might sleep a little better knowing you did your bit and shopped ethically.
Cosy bedroom trends
All bedrooms should be restful to help give you a good night’s sleep. But some of us want every single aspect of our bedroom to be a cosy, cosseting haven where we can relax in style and comfort.
Perfect for snuggling up in bed with a good read, sipping a warm drink or even meditating. To reflect the coy bedroom trend, you need to focus on soft fabrics such as velvet, textured blankets, fluffy pillows, soft tones throughout and soft lighting.
At Beds.net our specialist team understands the importance of the latest bedroom trends. If you feel it’s time to upgrade your bed or find a new mattress, our expert team is always on hand to help you create the perfect setting to reflect bedroom trends. Plus, with free next day delivery available on hundreds of products, you can be enjoying a great night’s sleep on your new mattress or bed in no time.
20th January 2021