22 Dreamy Bedrooms for Stylish Sleep

The prerequisite for a good day? A good night's sleep. To make your slumber as stylish as possible, we've created a gallery of 22 cozy, serene and dream-worthy bedrooms.

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Architect Michael Haverland’s East Hampton bedroom deftly mixes 20th-century classics — including a Harvey Prober headboard, a Yngve Ekstrom armchair and a Frank Gehry cardboard Wiggle chair — with a stunning, floor-to-ceiling southern exposure.

Photo by Paul Warchol.

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A bedroom in the New Canaan, Connecticut home of furniture designer Jens Risom is filled with his signature lattice-woven chairs.

Photo by Matthew Hranek/Art + Commerce.

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Gently worn leather and exposed wood beams lend an air of rustic comfort to this bedroom in designer Estee Stanley’s Los Angeles home.

Photo by Lisa Romerein/OTTO.

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Waverly wallpaper, a Schumacher fabric canopy and an Aubusson carpet create a serene, nature-inspired tableau in a guest bedroom of interior designer Timothy Corrigan’s Loire Valley estate, Château du Grand-Lucé.

Photo by Eric Piasecki/OTTO.

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Artworks by Helmut Newton and Chuck Close hang above a Le Corbusier chaise lounge and an Eileen Gray side table in the master bedroom of this Dutch country home.

Photo by Eric Piasecki/OTTO.

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In this Miami bedroom, interior designer Robert Passal matched a hand-screened Cole & Sons wall covering to a custom velvet headboard.

Photo by Johnny Valiant.

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For a New York City show house, Caleb Anderson designed a steel canopy bed with a cantilevered footboard that doubled as a desk.

Photo by Marco Ricca.

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In this modern, minimalist Manhattan apartment designed by architect Paul Rudolph, a tapestry-covered bed is tucked inside a gently curved wall.

Photo by Anthony Cotsifas/Art Partner.

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South African designer Boyd Ferguson created this contemporary paean to the hunting camps of the 1920s.

Photo courtesy Singita.

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For this Kona, Hawaii retreat, decorator Nicole Hollis designed a custom bed, bench and pair of side tables. The pieces were inspired by the volcanic landscape surrounding the home.

Photo by Laure Joliet.

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Damien Langlois-Meurinne used softly rippling spruce-wood veneer to cover the walls of this creamy, etheral Paris bedroom.

Photo by Stephan Julliard/Tripod Agency.

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Using a palette of grays, creams and icy blue, French decorator and architect Jean-Louis Denoit accents this Paris pied-à-terre with a Pouenat chandelier and 1960s armchair.

Photo by Xavier Bejot, courtesy of Rizzoli.

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Jeffery Bilhuber’s colorful vision for this New York City bedroom combines an acid-green bed corona, a malachite-topped side table and patterned teal cloth wall coverings.

Photo by William Abranowicz, courtesy of Rizzoli.

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Interior designer Kelly Wearstler used saturated jewel tones and a mix of exotically patterned textiles in the guest room of her former Beverly Hills home.

Photo courtesy of Kelly Wearstler, Inc.

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After sundown, the ample natural light in this Brooklyn bedroom — designed by architect Elizabeth Roberts — is replaced by the soft glow of a George Nelson pendant.

Photo by Sean Slattery.

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At the Celerie Kemble-designed Playa Grande Beach Club in the Dominican Republic, the bedroom of one bungalow mixes crisp black and white linens with organic pieces like a pair of braided-rattan armchairs.

Photo by Patrick Cline.

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Design firm Janson Goldstein used a David Hicks rug, vintage leather club chair and oversize fur throw to create a luxe, laid-back master bedroom in this New York City penthouse.

Photo by Mikko Kikuyama.

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Design duo Ashe + Leandro hung paintings by Rudolf Stingel and Joan Mitchell in the New York City bedroom of an art collector client.

Photo courtesy Ashe + Leandro.

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Designer and architect Pierre Yovanovitch used sandblasted oak paneling to clad the walls of his Paris bedroom, and designed the matching oak bed and concrete bedside table. A 1960s armchair by Harvey Probber sits in the foreground of the room.

Photo courtesy Lux Productions.

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Interior designer Fawn Galli designed this whimsical, sorbet-colored bedroom — which includes a headboard of her own design — for a New York City client.

Photo by Emily Gilbert.

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Architect and designer Elizabeth Roberts used a David Weeks sconce, a Missoni throw blanket and an armchair upholstered in men’s suiting fabric to create this beautifully pared-down bedroom in her Brooklyn home.

Photo by Sean Slattery.

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Round House, the aptly named Colorado Springs residence of designer Emily Summers, makes use of a circular bed original to the home’s 1968 architecture.

Photo by Laura Wilson.

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