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What are the latest aesthetic bedroom trends?


The bedroom has always been a place to unwind and relax, but with today's hectic lifestyles it can be difficult. We've seen some interesting aesthetic bedroom trends for 2022 so far, from painting your walls colourful or adding bold maximalist furnishings to cottagecore wallpaper styles - as Vogue reported, currently trending on Tik Tok — whatever strikes you as most calming! The aesthetic of the whole bedroom also depends on what type of bed sheets you decide match against the rest of the room's designs. That said though; simplicity never goes out of style either: There is nothing wrong with keeping things simple within this space.

Long hanging curtains to add volume 

Bedroom wall colours and curtains - what attracts a potential buyer? 

Here's what we have observed so far for the interior design of bedrooms in 2022. If you are deciding on your curtains for your bedroom a good start is to plan on having a colour scheme. People viewing your home as their new potential place to live will relate to it as their own easier if you go with neutral or simple colour combinations and if you are not planning to sell, pick colours that you will enjoy for the next few years. Another option is to go for an aesthetic wallpaper, there are endless options to decide from, again if you are selling this might be the more difficult road to go down in terms of refurbishing as the new owner will likely change things around.


Bold cushions

Bedroom wall colours

When you want to make a statement in your home, nothing can beat white curtains. These billowing panels of softness and coolness will fit seamlessly into any colour scheme without overpowering it or clashing with other elements within the room's decorating style - which means they work well for both modernists as well classicists alike! With such an array available (from sheer translucence all across town) there is truly something perfect just waiting inside every door leading out onto these pristine draperies.

Rustic and neutral colours complement each other

Amongst the latest trends are geometric patterns and tropical prints as well. For spacious rooms, you can choose light curtains with a large pattern like bright green leaves intertwined with vines to make an impactful design statement in your interior space! However, when we style at Spatial we use minimalist styles because you never know what trend your potential buyer follows. What we know is that minimalist looks present a clean and open feel that resonates with a wider audience therefore the property becomes more likeable, quicker to sell and allows its value to rise.

Simplicity is timeless

Bold colours vs. Simplicity

Bold colours are also really popular right now and there are a lot of options when it comes to wall decoration. You can go with light-coloured curtains paired up nicely against bold-coloured walls or you could experiment by mixing different hues together in one space for an edgy look. Terracotta curtains are great as an example as it’s bold and easy to pair with neutral colours, also highly trending at the moment.



An interesting mix of textures bring attention to the design

If minimalism is more your go-to then neutral shades might be best since they work well no matter what types of furniture/accessories appear alongside them and also work better if you decide to change a colour scheme every few years because it’s always easier to change some of your accessories than painting the whole room or house. Colours have always had a powerful effect on our emotions, and choosing the right paint colour for your home can help you create an atmosphere that is both warm and inviting. 

Not everyone is all for the contrasting colours and a great example of how neutral tones can complement each other is this beautiful home. Every detail is a statement individually, and as a whole within this space. We love a great colour combination!


Every detail matters - the art on the wall can really bring the space out even more


Linen is one of the most luxurious and stylish fabrics, it's also one of the most eco-friendly. This strong material is resilient and is made out of flax plants which can grow in poor soil, using significantly less water during production than cotton or polyester. It is also biodegradable and moth resistant. Linen goes well with timber furniture or any other natural materials. 


Layers of bed throws and sheets for a cosy bed

Soft and muted shades have definitely been rising in popularity in the last years such as terracotta, Rustic colours sage, oatmeal and dusty rose which perfects the linen look. When you chose your aesthetic bedsheets make sure the material is one you will feel comfortable sleeping in. Linen is great for both winter and summer whereas silk-like materials are better for the warmer evenings. 


We are all in for terracotta!


If you want to bring some colour into your home, but don’t feel like painting over all those walls again (or if it's not possible), there are plenty of other ways for adding personality. One way is by bringing in accessories with different colours - cushions work great and can be of all shapes and sizes on your beds; rugs can make any space seem more interesting when they're placed strategically around the room. And if you’re feeling stuck on what style to go for when selling your house, don’t hesitate to contact us. We would be more than happy to help advise you on the best course of action.



We provide full or partly furnished styles and bring our own furniture and accessories. It is all tailored to your property to complement the space and ensure it will sell your home faster and for a higher value. No matter what style, we can tailor it into something truly special with our expert styling services that fit any need from single level homes to townhouses—and everything else under the sun (literally). Get in touch with us for a free quotation.