Though there are many different design styles that can give your bedroom a whimsical yet eye-catching look, all you need might just be a traditional sleep nook that brings in comfort and simplicity. Traditional bedrooms are beloved and widely used in many homes for their timeless, elegant and classy appeal that can create a perfect getaway in the busy modern world. Take a glance at these traditional bedroom ideas from the most professional experts to get inspired for your own personal sanctuary.
Traditional style doesn’t have to be in the boring old ways of decorating. Feel free to include pops of color, artworks, colorful walls or collection of flowers and plants. You can break out the simplicity with minor touches of decoration such as the nailhead trim on the headboard or a vase of flowers in this design by Beth Haley.
The traditional concept doesn’t comply with any specific group of color. While many people misunderstand the style by overused neutral palettes and dark shades, traditional bedrooms can’t go wrong with touches of vivid colors to add life, comfort and personality into your retreat space. As in this design from W Design Interiors, the whole beige space adds pops of blossom pink on windows treatment, bedding and the accent walls. Free your mind and bring into your world what you like.
A traditional bedroom provides an elegant and sophisticated look even without having spent too much on decorating. In this design from S.B Long Interiors, the whole space embraces the luxurious feels with faux fur rug, a white canopy bed and pair of classic bedside lamps.
While traditional bedrooms are attached to old-school decorating, you can always feel free to add pops of contemporary details as in this design by Hooper Patterson Interior Design. The overall hues are the combination of blue and white which are woven in the Moroccan Trellis area rug, cloud patterned folding stool and floral drapes. The way of mixing decoration like this gives the traditional bedroom a more fashionable and trendy vibe.
This bedroom from Alisha Gwen Interior Design goes with a simple traditional style that doesn’t have to include excess accessories. Just by mixing the blue, white and lime green hues with sleek straight lines and floral patterns, we have a beautiful bedroom that simply beckons sleepers to sleep.
The combination of soft color, symmetrical layout with classic shape make a sleek traditional bedroom. Especially in this design by J&J Design Group, a sunburst mirror hangs on the center walls of the room as an accent. While the overall items of the room go with traditional design, a herringbone bench adds a modern detail to make a fascinating bedroom welcoming sleepers to the land of nod.
For a traditional space, it is easy to make a transformation into a different style so it is recommended for applying for a kids’ bedroom as when they grow up, their tastes for an ideal personal nook might change. Jill Litner Kaplan Interiors has decided to go for a delightful green tone, accent with white and pink for a cute bedroom for daughter. The linen rug with a beautiful drawing-like pattern comforts the feet while the grain shack pillow provides a cozy feel when sleeping.
Traditional bedrooms hold onto classy looks but it still can be mixed with several touches of glamorous romance. As in this room designed by Kimberly Design, the bright white blends in nicely with soft pink and accent of light gray making an elegant yet cozy bedroom. A classic chandelier acts as centerpiece of the room while the luxurious button tufted headboard and bench combo invites you to snuggle in after a long day.
Getting the good-old memories of the 80s vibe by including vintage details into your traditional bedroom. As Scovell Wolfe Design has done with the room shown here, a simple combination of black, white and touches of bright brown deliver a classic traditional bedroom that many households admire. Several drawing artworks of trees and leaves play a role of accents to make the room look more old-school and classy.
Creating a classy traditional primary bedroom by subtly mixing neutral tone with white. The dark brown bed frame pairs with white pillow and spread delivering the powerful yet elegant look. Striped brown patterns spread out the space from the windows treatment to the bench give the room enough shape and detail without being overwhelming.