A number of interior designers have had successes from previous designs that capture the plain white room into something that can distract an owner depending on the furnishings needed. This was a prolific luxury bedroom design during the ’80s and ’90s, and although it has changed a little, the particular theme can be found in several ways.
Walls can be decorated or painted in several motifs that have a more regal approach, consisting of some bright colors like red. Pinstripes are also the same, mainly contrasting from gold to silver and bronze. This is a more common motif that can be found in English luxury bedroom design for castles and the like, while others would resort to using wallpaper that bears the country of origin’s coat of arms.
As for decorations, it’s all about hanging expensive paintings from various artists or replicas. A modern approach is the usage of stainless steel and at times plastics, which gives it a more eccentric look. There have been a few designs using glass in various patterns, something that would reflect light during nighttime and show the shape of the etched glass. This can also apply to some other furniture like expensive-looking drawers, armoires, and mirrors.
Lighting is all about lamps and well-designed sconces and wall lamps that capture the essence of luxury and may have a price tag of well over $100. Of course, the investment is well worth it as it provides much better lighting given to the number of top of the line bulbs being used.
As for furnishings, the more unique decorators and interior designers have come up with a mixture of Asian and European influence. Beds with corner posts or some of the modular types found in hotels are one way to give the room an appearance of modern luxury.