6 bedroom decor trends for 2022

March 1, 2022

Is your bedroom in need of a restyle for 2022? Bedroom decor trends can be tricky, since this space often becomes a dumping ground for clothes and other bits and bobs we don’t want crowding our living spaces. This can make styling with a clear vision in mind difficult. So make sure your bedroom storage is on point, and then take a look at Good Homes magazine’s top bedroom trends for 2022…

1. Black accents

The trend for black-framed Crittall doors and windows has inspired a host of interior-design ideas. The look lends itself to adding a luxe effect and complimenting the shades it’s paired with. Here, a bold green colour-block panel behind the headboard has been finished with dark edging to echo the glazing in this plant-filled space. 

Photo: Habitat

Chiltern spindle double bed frame in oak, £400; Cotton floral placement black bedding set, £32; Cornelia side table in oak, £95; Hashi tall ceramic table lamp in black, £70; black planter on spindle legs, £30; large planter on stand, £40; all other vases and planters from a selection, all Habitat. For a similar paint colour, try Emerald Green modern emulsion, £52 per 2.5ltrs, Farrow & Ball.

2. Faux flowers

Pampas has been a big trend across the home for the last couple of years, but now it’s really coming into its own in the bedroom. Enhance the full glory of tall pampas stems and decorative grasses by displaying them in an understated bottle vase, positioned on the floor. Add some rattan accessories for a stylish neutral scheme.

Photo: Dunelm

Lucille three-drawer chest, £219; rattan wall mirror, £30; blush leaf ceramic tapered vase, £5; dried 55cm mixed natural bouquet with thistle, £10; gold glass desk storage, £18; glass storage jar, £14; Natural dried bleached grasses, £15 for 12 stems; bottle vase from a selection, all Dunelm.

3. Pretty boho

Delicate florals in pastel shades teamed with blonde wood and rattan is a big interior story for spring. For a fresh take on displaying prints, channel a more rustic look by pulling together a mood board of contrasting wallpaper, fabric swatches and images, attaching to the wall using washi or parcel tape. Get more inspo on the 2022 interiors trend for 70s boho here.

Photo: Matalan

Floral print cotton double duvet set, £30; stripe seersucker double duvet set, £25; cushions, leather shelf, £12, all New Beginnings range at Matalan. For a similar bed, try the Penn double bed frame in oak, £550, For a similar side table, try the Bloomingville Luana oak design, £239, Nordic Nest.

4. Statement piece

Keep things simple by showcasing contemporary rattan, cane and wicker furniture – like this stunning headboard – against a crisp white backdrop. Add soft furnishings in faded cotton and washed linen in soft muted shades like sage green, pale grey and plaster pink for a pared-back feel.

Photo: Tikamoon

Colette rattan 160cm headboard, £129; Oumou wall decorations, £35 for two, all Tikamoon. For a similar light, try the wicker woven easy-fit pendant in natural, £45, Dunelm. For similar side tables, try Etsy. For similar bedlinen, try Zara Home.

5. Scandi vibes

Blonde woods like pine, maple and birch are synonymous with relaxed  Scandinavian styling. Keep it raw, but to protect your furniture from marks or stains, oil or wax unfinished pieces to retain their natural beauty.

Photo: IKEA

Tufjord upholstered double bed frame in Gunnared Blue, £550; Ivar cabinet, £65; Silvertistel double duvet cover set, £29; Pedersborg rug, £85; Björksnäs bedside table, £89; framed print, lamp and vases from a selection, all Ikea.

6. Opulent detailing

Get set for Bridgerton season by channelling the regencycore within your boudoir. Nothing beats the luxe feel and comfort factor of an upholstered bed. From laidback slubby linens to more formal button-backed velvets and statement prints, upholstered pieces are perfect for creating a plush and inviting sleep sanctuary. 

Photo: Rockett St George

Glamorous velvet double bed in Caramel Gold Velvet, £1,495; mustard pampas grass, £9.50 per stem; recycled Tokyo floral printed cushion, £37; for a similar side table, try the Hallcyon with drawer, £150, all Rockett St George. For a similar bedspread, try the Julius quilted velvet design in Antique Gold, £99, For a similar paint colour, try Bowler Hat mixing matt paint, £31.09, Dulux.