These 7 Bedroom Trends Will Be Everywhere in 2023, According to Designers

Canopy Beds

Elegant-looking canopy and four-poster beds arguably never went out of style, but they’re now officially back in full force

Versatile Layers

When it comes to adding more decorative layers in the bedroom, think beyond just top-of-bed bolster or throw pillows.

Over-the-Nightstand Lighting

No nightstand room? No problem: Designer Nicole Hurd of Florida-based Hurd Homes actually expects hanging pendants to take over table lamps and sconces as the bedside lighting of choice.

Five-Star Style

In a similar vein, Amy Forshew, owner and principal designer of Proximity Interiors, expects hotel-quality touches to majorly define 2023 bedroom decor, in part thanks to pop culture influences.

Spa-Inspired Spaces

As bedrooms have progressed past solely sleeping spaces (hello, home gym, office, etc.), there’s continued emphasis on establishing a calm, restful environment within your bedroom’s four walls.

Luxe Maximalism

If you’ve ever seen Slim Aaron’s 1964 “Monocled Miss” photo, you’ve gotten a feel for the bedroom trend that Sarah Storms, principal designer and founder of Styled by Storms, deems “opulent maximalism.”

Two-in-One Headboards

Somewhat reminiscent of matching bedroom sets — albeit a more cool, contemporary take — low-slung headboards with built-in nightstands will likely be a “sought-after trend for 2023.”

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