Interior designers share 5 bedroom trends that'll be huge this spring and 4 that will be out of style
- Interior designers shared which bedroom trends are in and out of style this spring.
- Natural elements, terracotta materials, and sconce lighting are rising in popularity.
- On the other hand, all-white bedding and traditional ceiling fans are out.
Artem Kropovinsky, interior designer and founder of Arsight, said that there will be a heavy focus on lighting in bedrooms this season.
According to Kropovinsky, "flexible and creative lighting with sconces and pendants will be big this spring" because "they let you customize how you light up your space."
People can also use lighting fixtures to draw attention to a feature, create a cozy nook, or bring some excitement and flair to the room.
Biophilic interior design, which emphasizes bringing nature indoors, will be popular in bedrooms this spring.
"After being cooped up inside for so long, it feels good to connect with nature," Kropovinsky told Insider.
The designer predicts elements like wood, stone, plants, and natural fabrics will be in demand.
Courtney Wollersheim, an interior designer at FLOOR360, told Insider that terracotta materials and the color would make a grand appearance throughout bedrooms this season.
"Terracotta as a material and color is becoming a popular choice this spring for homeowners who are seeking to accent their brown, green, and neutral palette," the designer said.
She said the color will also be more popular in indoor and outdoor planters, textured tile, area rugs, throw pillows, blankets, and walls.
People typically buy vintage and heirloom furnishings because of their lasting quality, a trend Kropovinsky said is gaining traction this season.
"They give the bedroom personality, charm, history, and a feeling of nostalgia and comfort," Kropovinsky told Insider.
According to Wollersheim, country maximalism, a cozy concept that allows individuals to recreate the feel of country cottage life, is on the rise this spring.
"Country maximalism is perfect for people who are nostalgic for the country-cottage life or feel connected to that experience and want to recreate it," Wollersheim said. "It's a sweeter, softer way of having fun with your environment.
The designer recommends elevating the look with bold, floral drapes that complement existing country patterns in the furniture and area rugs.
Accent walls can easily spruce up bedrooms but Kropovinsky told Insider this once-popular trend is fading.
"Instead of painting one wall a different color or using wallpaper on it, try using paint or wallpaper on all four walls for a more unified and immersive effect," Kropovinsky told Insider.
Award-winning interior designer Debbe Daley said hanging ceiling fans above the bed is a trend of the past.
According to the designer, fandeliers, or multipurpose lights with a fan installed within the fixture, will replace the traditional ceiling fan.
All-white bedding might be popular due to its minimalistic look but Kropovinsky said the trend is losing favorability to colorful bedding.
"All-white bedding may seem neat and tidy, but it also seems dull and bland," Kropovinsky said. "This spring, color drenching will remain popular, which means using one striking color or hue throughout the room, including the bedding."
Daley told Insider that they're seeing more and more people avoid hanging televisions by their beds because they simply don't want to look at them.
"TV time in the bedroom is being replaced with more quality time and downtime," Daley said. "People have a hard enough time falling asleep these days, and the TV is a distraction."
Instead of a TV, hang a beautiful piece of wall art to create a more sophisticated, restful look.