Your bedroom can often be the forgotten room in your home because no one else sees it — but it should be the exact opposite because it’s the one space where you get to relax and recharge. So, if you’re seeking inspiration for your bedroom design, here’s a selection of gorgeous tricks to steal. These cosy escapes will make you want to bliss out on all the bedding. And, because France is the heart of the modern interior design, we believe there’s no better way of designing a bedroom interior like the french do. They’re luxurious, lavish and everything we want a bedroom to be. Take a look and find design inspiration.
According to the great French interior design Veronique Cotrel, listening to her client is key to a successful outcome. By honing in on the expectations and desires of her clients, this interior designer creates beautiful interior decors that incorporate colour, practicality, and that classifiable “je ne sais quoi”, like the ones we see above. These are beautiful bedrooms, rich in colour and texture, that make us feel luxuriously relaxed.
Well-known for his hospitality projects, Pierre-Yves Rochon makes sure that every single one of the bedrooms he designs are luxurious and inviting. Through his designs, the Rochon aims to enhance each aspect of the guest experience. Each unique space is composed of elements drawn from each property’s location, culture and history, supported by classic French style and ideals. Traditional and modern materials, textures and furniture combine to create new interiors that are elegant, engaging and soothing. The two bedrooms above are from the Savoy Hotel London and the Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris, both beautifully designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon. Two astonishing examples of luxury.
These two bedrooms are so different, yet both are magically designed: In the first image we see a guest room, where a Métaphores wall covering complements a headboard upholstered in a Rubelli stripe; the sideboard is by Antoine + Manuel. In the second, in designer Nancy Gonzalez’s Colombia apartment, a 1970s C. Jeré brass sunburst hangs above the master bedroom’s Modénature sofa, which is upholstered in a fabric from Cowtan & Tout. At left is a vintage Willy Daro table lamp from On Site Antiques, and the Philippe Hiquily floor lamp is from Galerie Yves Gastou. A Romo fabric is used for the bed skirt and the folding screen that serves as a headboard; Jean-Louis Deniot designed the carpet, which was made by Diurne.
Hélène & Olivier Lempereur
In the bedrooms designed by this duo, we can immediately get a sense of harmony, a taste for soothing perspectives, for ampleness of volume underscored by the extensive use of wood, textiles, and works of art. To Hélène and Olivier Lempereur, Olivier brings interior design and cabinetry, drawings and first intuitions, spark and volume. Hélène, the stylist and art aficionado, contributes research and her unique use of materials, form and light.
Charles Zana’s clean modern style mixed with pop art in many cases is such a great mix. Here are two bedroom designs in which there’s an artful approach to the furniture items. Sober lines and neutral color schemes make these great interiors some of the best ideas from french interior designers.