What are the Latest Aesthetic Bedroom Trends

What are the latest Aesthetic Bedroom Trends

When getting a new house, one of the fun activities you can get into is designing your bedroom. It’s going to be your sanctuary, your very own private part of the house where you can just be your authentic and vulnerable self. It only follows that it should be a space where you feel comfortable and that every inch of it reflects you.

How to make your bedroom aesthetic

The definition of aesthetic varies from one person to another. To find your personal aesthetic, start by considering the colours and textures that make you feel comfortable. From there, list down the furniture pieces that are both aesthetic and practical for you. Make your bedroom as personal as possible.

There are a lot of aesthetic bedroom ideas that you can find online. When you go to furniture stores or those that sell house accessories, you can also find jungle-themed rugs or Boho-themed wallpapers. Depending on what your preferred style is, could be a black and white bedroom, Korean style, modern, earthy, minimalist, or vintage, there are available furnishings for you made available.

Below are the latest aesthetic bedroom decor ideas for you to consider this 2022:

  • Back to nature
  • Dark
  • Nostalgic
Back to nature

Back to nature

It can be because we’ve been mostly indoors in the past few years but one of the biggest bedroom aesthetic trends this 2022 is going nature-inspired.

It can be the color scheme (blue for underwater or green for grasslands or forests) or it can be the theme of the accessories and furniture design. You can also purchase art pieces that depict anything nature related.

The presence of water installations like a desktop water feature or a wall waterfall are also nice examples. Of course, plants inside the room are also a nice touch. Huge windows that can let the natural light in or a sunroof so that even at night, you can see the sky also moves you closer to nature.



Dark themes make a space feel more soothing and relaxing. It is more conducive to rest and relaxation for some people so there has been an increased popularity in blackout curtains.

A dark theme also makes a room feel cooler and more chill. In essence, when the room is brighter, it is because there is so much light bouncing off the different surfaces. These activities make the room more active as compared to the more subdued darker tone. There isn’t much light activity so it’s more relaxing.



Period pieces that are reminiscent of the designs of the past are also making a comeback. There is something about authentic pieces from the past that brings different textures to otherwise flat designs.

It is also a special way to still make use of the hand-me-downs from parents and grandparents, and to hold on to family keepsakes.

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Interior Design Trends This 2022

What are the interior design trends this 2022? Let’s find out.
Interior design trends this 2022

The year 2022 holds so many possibilities and opportunities for everyone, and it also includes new design trends to spruce up your homes to open the year.

Everything starts in the home so let’s check out the interior design trends for 2022:

  • Night sky minerals
  • Arches
  • Coloured concrete
  • Cork flooring
  • Travel inspired motifs
  • Wavy wood

Night sky minerals

Night sky minerals

Galaxy inspired finishes are starting to become favourite styles in households. Dark blue base with vein patterned streaks of white or pale blue streaks, this design is considered by many to be relaxing and chill. Usually used in floors and in marble furniture like tables, countertops, and accents on walls, a darker theme in the home also helps cool the temperature down.



Arches are slowly coming to style as it adds character to a space. Gentle curves softened the sharp edges of kitchen counters making it safer to go around especially for households with kids. Arches can also add dimension to otherwise smaller spaces.

Coloured concrete

Coloured concrete

Coloured concrete injects personality into an otherwise common space as it serves as an accessory of sorts. Bathroom floorings now feel less sterile and warmer with the addition of colored tiles or walls. Kitchens feel homier because the cabinets and sink have character thanks to the accented backsplash on the walls. The living room feels more vibrant and relaxing as lighting reflected from colored concrete adds more personality to the space. Even the bedroom mirrors more character of its occupant because of colored concrete.

Cork flooring

Cork flooring

Homeowners are becoming more and more conscious about their impact to nature so cork floorings are also making a comeback this year. Gone are the days when it’s considered tacky. Cork floors are also sustainably sourced and are natural heat insulators. It’s way more affordable than underfloor heating. Ideally, cork flooring is used in the living room where most of the members of the household spend their time together.

Travel inspired motifs

Travel-inspired motifs

Our capabilities to travel the world are hampered because of the pandemic so people are bringing the world to their homes. From the mountains of the Andes to the beaches of Acapulco; from the street markets of Taiwan to the wonderful bustling city feels of New York; Arabian-inspired furniture, Chinese accent pieces, and maybe even Hawaiian themed mattresses and pillows; entering people’s homes have in itself become its own adventure. Movables are also a nice addition to the home.

Wall or ceiling murals can also help add mood to a space as it gives you a sense of adventure and fantasy. It can be a serene picture of a forest or the night sky on your ceiling. It can be a mural of the ocean underneath the surface with all types of marine life. There are so many different designs and artwork that you can draw on your walls and ceilings.

Wavy wood

Wavy wood

Just like the previously mentioned arches, wavy wood is becoming more popular to add a touch of softness to the space. Sharp edges are things of the past; say hello to curves and forms. 

Usually found in common areas in the home, wavy wood can also be a beautiful accent piece to your bedroom or home office. It can also soften the look of your living room and make it feel more calm and comfortable. 

How to keep up with interior design trends?

If you want to add flair to your space and stay on top of interior design trends, you can do the following:

  • Follow industry influencers on social media to keep up with what's hot right now
  • Sign up on interior design websites and online magazines
  • Take a trip to your local furniture stores often and take note of new styles

A new look for the home can help invite positive changes in the lives of its occupants. Design is reflective of the people who live there so as we all evolve, so do our design preferences. Try out these ideas this 2022.

Welcome the new year with these new trends!

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