Bedroom IDEAS & inspiration

Small space living: a flat for a student

How to furnish a one-room apartment and find room for all of your stuff? Find functional solutions for every corner you have: use open shelves and wardrobes, cabinets and chests of drawers of different sizes, and finally add two flexible coffee tables - one with storage basket and one with removable tray for serving.

A cosy couple's bedroom in the attic

Textiles can make your bedroom cosier and homier. If you prefer a traditional style, mix and match different textures, natural fabrics and floral motifs. Use curtains, quilt covers and pillowcases, rugs and cushion covers to decorate and bring some warmth.

A modern dressing room for two

Luminous, spacious and stylish - that's how your wal-in closet should look like! With PAX corner wardrobes and wardrobe interior organisers, there’s plenty of clothes storage for both him and her. Besides, you can use the PAX planner to design a flexible and customizable wardrobe storage system that works around you.

An inspiring bedroom for a costume designer

An eclectic bedroom in traditional style also works as a walk-in closet. A woman who lives here loves her beautiful garments and doesn't bother to hide this collection behind the wardrobe door. The whole interior reflects the colourful personality: from floral wallpapers, quilt cower and pillowcases to a patterned low pile rug and black stained wooden furniture, like an extendable table, a solid wood HEMNES bed frame with two side tables.

A Scandinavian bedroom for nature lovers

Even if your bedroom is small, a properly selected furniture can make it look light and roomy. Meet BJÖRKSNÄS – our long-lasting bedroom furniture made of solid birch. This bedroom features a neat, lightweight bed frame, two bedside tables and chests of drawers with leather handles.

A bedroom or a living room? Both.

If you live in a small apartment, but still want to have two separate spaces, build upwards to gain a couple of extra metres of floor. Every centimeter of vertical wall space makes a difference. A loft bed frame is one of the ways to maximise your space. You can have a bedroom on the 'second floor' and enough room for a modular sofa and a coffee table underneath.

A living room by day, a bedroom by night

Limited space, endless options - multifunctional furniture can make living in one-room apartment much more comfortable. In this case, a space-saving day-bed serves for both a sofa and a bed, and there are two bed storage boxes made of braided rattan underneath. The day-bed is framed by PLATSA wardrobe and storage system.

Odd space challenge: a bedroom in the attic

Tricky spaces call for smart solutions. To match your needs and shapes of home, use PLATSA wardrobes. They fit perfectly in a room with sloped ceiling or under the stairs. And if there are any clothes or bedlinen left, hide them all under the bed. The bed storage boxes made of natural braided rattan goes togehter with a wooden bed frame as parts of a single set.

A juvenile bedroom for a girl

Walls painted in neutral colour, white stained wooden furniture and colourful bedlinen is all you need to make a modern style bedroom truly yours. Don't forget the ELVARLI open shelving units and clothes racks that serve for a wardrobe and add something from yourself. Out of wall space? Maybe our GARNES over-the-door mirror can help.

Living single: a flat for storage, work and rest

A bedroom, a closet and a home office all in one room? For sure. This modern style flat is full of well-planned solutions. The ALGOT storage system with shelves, clothes racks and wire baskets serves for a wardrobe, and dark curtains serve for its door. The LISABO desk lets work in comfort and the VALLENTUNA modular sofa can be used as a bed or as separate armchairs.

A traditional style bedroom in family's cottage

If you want a solid bedroom, be smart and choose one furniture series, as we did with traditional style SONGESAND in this room. The series features wardrobes, bed frames and chests of drawers that fit to each other as well as to other traditional style furniture. To make the bedroom cosier and even more classical, add some low pile rugs and stylish lamps.

A charming one-room apartment for a student

When you have only one room for you and your stuff, space-saving furniture always come in handy. Try out the HEMNES bedroom furniture series: an open wardrobe and shelving units for those cute little things look great combined to FYRESDAL day-bed that can easily transform into a sofa or a single bed.

A spacious wardrobe in couple's bedroom

Do you need space for clothes? Here it is. A spacious PAX wardrobe covered by 10-year guarantee spreads along the entire bedroom's wall, yet remains almost invisible. Its sleek design coordinates well with the colour of the wall and is finished with ÖSTERNÄS leather handles. If you need more space, you can also hang clothes on the high end of GJÖRA bed frame made of untreated solid wood.

An open wardrobe: how to store clothes in bedroom?

If you want to get rid of the wardrobe in your bedroom, we have some ideas for you. Meet our ELVARLI storage system with open shelves, clothes racks and chests of drawers. It can help you organise all of your garments or serve for a partition in the bedroom, if needed.

A low-price loft apartment for a student

Even if you live in a small one-room apartment, you can furnish it with style and for an affordable price. The IVAR shelving units made of solid wood can help you save space and money. As well as the UTÅKER stackable bed that can be used as a sofa or a spare bed, or quickly transform into a bed for two. The stacked beds stand steady since the upper bed has small plastic feet which fit into holes on the lower bed.

A small attic bedroom in old town

When your apartment is small, use every inch up to the ceiling. The STORÅ loft bed frame will lift your bedroom up and you will have plenty of room for a living room with a little sofa or a bench with storage underneath.

A classic look in black and white

Even a very stylish apartment in old town is easy to set up by yourself, if you know what you like. This bedroom belongs to an elderly couple who prefers traditional style furniture. Choosing one furniture series, like HEMNES in this case, makes you feel like a designer. The secret is you cannot mismatch working with those beautiful chests of drawers, cabinets, bed frames, et cetera.

A nursery in the bedroom

How to prepare your home for a baby? A traditional style bedroom is easy to adapt to the new lifestyle. All you need is HEMNES series: a wide wooden bed frame and a solitaire wardrobe spacious enough for your and your baby's clothes and stuff. Just add two moderate bedside tables and a cot, and you're done.

How to furnish one-room apartment for less?

Here you see a Scandinavian apartment for a young lady. Her bedroom in this rented apartment also serves for a living room. The room is furnished with low-price IKEA furniture: the BREIM canvas wardrobe and the BRIMNES day-bed with drawers for storage.

An elegant bedroom in the countryside

This bedroom belongs to an elderly couple with grown-up children who already live separately, in the city. The countryside cottage is furnished in Scandinavian traditional style, represented by light colours, wooden wall and floor decoration, and classic bedroom furniture: the STRANDMON armchair with footstool and the bed frame with legs and decorative headboard.

A modern family bedroom interior

Storing all of your stuff in the bedroom, yet still living without clutter is quite easy. All you need is a bed frame with storage boxes, a chest of drawers an a solitaire clothes rack for the most beautiful garments. The NORDLI bedroom furniture series can be completed with natural rugs or decorative night curtains, and if you miss greenery, add some artificial plants that always look fresh without watering.