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The 10 Most Popular Bedrooms of 2020

Tuesday, December 29, 2020   /   by Frank Hornstein

The 10 Most Popular Bedrooms of 2020

The 10 Most Popular Bedrooms of 2020

This Trending Now story features the most-saved bedroom photos uploaded to Houzz since Jan. 1, 2020.

You won’t see flashy colors or distracting patterns in this countdown of the most popular bedrooms uploaded to Houzz in 2020. Instead you’ll find calming colors, lots of natural light and cushy furniture that invites all-day lounging. See if any of the following bedrooms might inspire a more relaxing vibe in your own space in 2021.

Shannon Ggem Design

10. Natural Light Meets Organic Materials

In the remodel of a 1940s ranch house in Los Angeles, designer Shannon Ggem updated the master bedroom with wellness in mind. Organic linen bedding in soft colors complements the channel-tufted upholstered headboard that extends all the way to the ceiling. Green accents from the sofa at the foot of the bed and living plants enliven the mostly neutral palette and attract the eye.

Natural light streams in from two existing windows, which the designer framed with light-filtering fabric. “This is a designer trick — I used the window treatments to give it a more centered look,” Ggem says. She and her design team also re-covered the fireplace, plastering it in a hand-troweled striated pattern.

Wall color: Stone Hearth, Benjamin Moore

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9. Bedside Library

Wall-mounted cubbies painted the same dark blue as the wall they’re attached to make the shelves recede while allowing the display of books and accessories to pop in this bedroom by Elena Sidorina in St. Petersburg, Russia. A sconce and hairpin-leg side table keep the bedside area functional and free of excess clutter.

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Chango & Co.

8. Serene Sophistication

For this soothing bedroom renovation in Westchester, New York, the team at Chango & Co. did everything from designing the furniture to selecting the art. Beige and white elements, clean lines, varying textures and lots of natural light make for a peaceful and sophisticated space.

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Danielle Rose Design Co.

7. Boho Bedscape

An artfully arranged collection of woven plates stands out against a dark blue wall (Andes Summit by Benjamin Moore) in this New York bedroom by Danielle Rose Design. The boho design also features a live-edge wood headboard, sheepskin throw and layers of soft, textured bedding.

Niche Interiors

6. Wine Country Wonder

A custom plaster accent wall anchors this bedroom designed by Niche Interiors in California’s wine country. Warm wood side tables, highly textured bedding and swing-arm sconces complete the stylish space.

Wendy Mauro Design

5. Beauty and the Beach

Coastal-inspired colors, a potted palm and breezy fabrics give this bedroom by Wendy Mauro Design in Charleston, South Carolina, a sophisticated, beachy vibe. White-painted paneling behind the bed emphasizes the vaulted ceiling.

Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery

4. Black-and-White Pattern Play

This transitional bedroom from the Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery features a stylish color palette of mostly white, black and gray, with touches of brass at the bedside. A mix of patterns on the rug, pillows and bedding add a graphic element without overwhelming the serene space.


3. Keeping It Simple

Those looking to simplify things in the bedroom can find inspiration in this Los Angeles design. A low-profile bed frame, simplified bedding and minimal accessories result in a tranquil room that’s focused on sleep and relaxation.

Meriwether Design Group

2. Refined Farmhouse Style

Dark-stained beams, bronze hardware, black windows and a leather bench add richness to this Atlanta bedroom by Meriwether Design Group. Keeping the walls, bedding and area rug in warm white and creams further enhances the richness without creating a space that feels dark and heavy.

Blue Copper Design

1. Navy Accent

The most popular bedroom (by Blue Copper Design in Phoenix) incorporates pretty much everything Houzz users loved in bedroom design this year. With a wood-paneled accent wall painted a rich, dark blue and layers of cozy white bedding and stylish bedside furniture, it’s easy to see why so many people saved this photo to their ideabooks.

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