Bedroom ideas for a dreamy sleeping spot

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Enjoy our range of bedroom ideas (Image credit: Howdens)

When it comes to bedroom ideas for the perfect bedroom design, there's isn't one solution that suits all. Instead, it's a case of combining a mix of ingredients in just the right measures to create a personalised recipe that's unique to you.

For those homeowners who are short on space, more thought will be given to storage. For others, if you need your guest room to double up as a work from home office, furniture choices may lead the way. Or, perhaps you've included enough space in your self-build for a sumptuous master bedroom idea.

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Rachel Marshall

Rachel has worked in the bedroom industry for a number of years. Working in brand management makes her an expert on researching trends and identifying ways in which the company can meet the customer's needs.

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Anna Hill

Anna is no stranger to the power of colours after spending almost 12 years in corporate merchandising roles. Returning to the family business 5 years ago Anna is fully immersed in understanding and using colour on a daily basis, making her an expert in colour choices within the home.

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Ady Heaton

Ady Heaton is Head of Design at Howdens. Responsible for designing all of Howdens award-winning kitchen and fitted bedroom collections means he has extensive knowledge on how well-designed storage can transform your bedroom.

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Tom DIxon

Tim Dixon is the fifth-generation of family-run wallpaper business Beautiful Walls. He's an expert in everything related to wallpaper trends, ideas and the ways in which you can use it to enhance the interior design of your home.

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Scott Richler

Scott’s design experience developed over many years working in architecture, fashion, bespoke furniture and jewellery. The experience Scott earned from the time he spent designing jewellery informs a lot of his work when designing lighting fixtures, and combines perfectly with his architectural understanding of what buildings need when it comes to lighting that is both practical and beautiful.

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Georgia Metcalfe

Georgia was always interested in architecture and interiors, and this gave her a natural interest in history and the influence on design of different eras. After working in PR interior design, she spotted a gap in the market for feminine, French-style beds leading to the creation of her company, where she continues to immerse herself in the world of bedroom interiors.

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Joanna Ross

Joanna Ross has worked at Australian home & lifestyle brand, Sheridan, for over 5 years and has a background in fashion retail and buying, trend forecasting and textile design. She's an expert in knowing just how to make your bedroom design tick all the right boxes.

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Kate Duckworth

Kate is a trend and interior expert at Swift Direct Blinds. She's currently immersed in the refurbishment of her own home, so she knows firsthand the challenges of choosing the perfect window treatments. With a degree in fashion and textiles from the University of Huddersfield and over a decade of experience in the interior sector, she's not just a name - she's a trusted authority.

Sarah Harley
Assistant Editor

Sarah is Homebuilding & Renovating’s Assistant Editor and joined the team in 2024. An established homes and interiors writer, Sarah has renovated and extended a number of properties, including a listing building and renovation project that featured on Grand Designs. Although she said she would never buy a listed property again, she has recently purchased a Grade II listed apartment. As it had already been professionally renovated, she has instead set her sights on tackling some changes to improve the building’s energy efficiency, as well as adding some personal touches to the interior.