A neoclassical bedroom spells elegance, style, and romance. From deeply decorative coving and chic wall molding to ornate bed frames and eye-catching bedside furniture, these spaces overspill with exquisite detail and bold beauty. Take a look at these 40 neoclassical bedroom design ideas and get inspired with some tips and furniture pieces that will help you decorate in this style!
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Make it all about the arches. If you’re lucky enough to have feature windows like these stunning arches, make them the protagonist of the story by keeping the rest of the decor minimal.
In this bedroom design, blue drapes brightly draw focus to the arched windows. A blue headboard wall rounds out the scheme.
Meld neoclassical style with modern marble elements. Chic neoclassical elements are superbly complemented by the beauty and clean lines of natural stone interludes.
This marble meld utilizes a marble slab to extend the width of an upholstered headboard design. The result is a divine, layered look that’s custom-fit to the space.
Frame it out. Apply wall molding with careful thought. Here, panel molding is arranged to perfectly frame a piece of artwork above the bed and a circle chandelier out in front.
Classic molding and trendy slats. Combine classic wainscotting with a border of contemporary slatted panels to get the best of both worlds.
Sharpen a neoclassical bedroom theme with black and white contrast.
Make a modern art overlay. This abstract art wall is joyfully complemented by a color-matched upholstered bed.
Increase the sense of space in the bedroom with a mesmerizing mirrored headboard.
Grow grandeur with oversized elements, like this imposing bedroom chandelier, curved headboard, and golden bedside table lamps.
Make it all about the ceiling rose.
Paint powder blue neoclassical dreams.
Go deep into color combinations, like this saturated prussian blue and punchy red showstopper.
Create a regal neoclassical bedroom scene with emerald green majesty.
Paint a green, white and gray balance. Note how all dark green elements in this scheme are modern pieces, whilst neoclassical elements retain a lighter wash.
Create strong visuals with tufted furniture. The tufted upholstery method may have been developed to strengthen furniture finishes, but it makes a bold visual too. Consider extending the impact of a tufted bed with a matching tufted sofa.
Add a glimmer of gold to take your bedroom upmarket.
Layers of luxe. From a wraparound headboard bejeweled with shimmering bedroom pendant lights to a gold-spliced feature wall behind a bewitching bedroom chandelier, this room has it all going on.
A golden gallery, lustrous walls, a gleaming chandelier, gold wall sconces, and a gold-infused rug come together to display the Midas touch.
Make it mellow with mint and silver.
Elevate wall molding with scenic panels.
Mix up boiserie walls by introducing mirrored sections and an upholstered headboard wall.
Another take on the upholstered headboard wall. This time, cream upholstery is teamed with more classic furniture and a unique, oversized crystal chandelier.
This bright blue upholstered headboard wall commands the room. A matching blue end of bed bench extends the color theme.
Add an amazing accent chair, like this sweet whale tail seat.
A triangle of triumph. When choosing an accent color, create a triangle of three points around the room to achieve a cohesive look. In this room, an olive green bed, vanity area, and bedroom chair build a matching set.
Add arches in your own way. When architectural arches aren’t available, bring in an arched motif via furniture and accessories instead. This modern bed design introduces the theme with an eye-catching arch-shaped headboard, which is complemented by rounded bedroom accent furniture and lighting.
Contradict decorative wall molding with minimalist wardrobes.
Double your design efforts with mirrored wardrobes.
Put on a light show with a sculptural chandelier.
Add a dash of the unexpected. This unique bedroom design combines neoclassical elegance with a palm tree mural, giving it an unexpected touch of tropical flavor.
Freeform elegance. Neoclassical decor can appear formal and rigid. Loosen up the look with a freeform mirror or headboard feature.
Erode neoclassical formality with a rugged rock feature wall and “decayed” boiserie.