11 Master Bedroom Design & Ideas in India

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Master bedroom designing requires you to choose the right bed. A lot of the ideas we’ve listed below center around the ‘bed’ only. It is important that you place it at the heart of your room to leave an impactful impression. And if it’s your first time redesigning a room, we’d say think carefully about the bed you buy. Don’t forget to consider the space and shape of your bedroom. Consult an expert interior designer if necessary. 

Pull-out and built-in drawers work best for master bedrooms that aren’t too grand. For extra spacious master bedrooms, however, it is best to incorporate a big wardrobe or a chest of drawers along with bedside tables. You also need to figure out the type of vibe you are trying to give off with your master bedroom. Do you want to give it a quirky look or want to go for a classy touch? And once you have all of that sorted, start exploring design ideas. Take a look at our 11 of the easiest yet useful master bedroom interior design ideas. 

Modern Master Bedroom Design Ideas You Can Easily Implement

 1. Add a Four-Poster Bed

Add a Four-Poster Bed

You may have seen four-poster beds in a lot of English movies and shows. Ever wanted a bed like this for your own bedroom? If so, this is the time for it. 

And don’t worry, you don’t have to go for an old-fashioned bed like the ones you see in the movies. You can easily order one with modern updates. Talk to an interior designer or look for inspiration on Pinterest, you’d come across various options. Once you have the bed, dress it up with contemporary bedding like plain neutral shades or vibrant colours. 

2. Have a Relaxing Zone

Have a Relaxing Zone

If your master bedroom is indeed master, with a lot of space – make the most of it. Add some seating to it like a chair or sofa, a space where you can chill aside from your bed. If you have windows in your bedroom, place the chair/sofa near it and you have your perfect chill zone ready!!

3. Choose a Single Accent Colour and Stick to It

Single Accent Colour

A controlled colour scheme will elevate the overall look of your master bedroom. And how can you do that? It’s simple – you only need to keep the flooring and walls free of patterns. Match them up with an accent colour of your choice. Adding bedside lamps will also help you create a beautiful visual framing element for your bedroom. 

4. Make the Bed the Focal Point of the Room

Make the Bed the Focal Point of the Room

Make sure your bed is the centre point of attention, do everything to make it look like a star. You can opt for a vintage interior design and choose an iron bedstead with wooden bedside tables. You may also jazz up the bedroom with industrial bedside lamps with a sleek and modern design. 

5. Yellow Won’t Disappoint

Yellow Won’t Disappoint

Choose a wall colour that displays your bedroom’s personality but doesn’t take away attention from the focal point – the bed The colour yellow, for instance, is a great option. It offers a cheerful vibe to the room and isn’t loud enough to snatch away the bed’s attention. It in fact acts as a spotlight for the bed and gives emphasizes its decoration.  We also suggest picking curtains and bed linen that go with the key colours of the room. 

6. Neutral Colour Scheme

Neutral Colour Scheme

Let your bed outshine in the master bedroom. For that, you can pair up your bed with walls in neutral colours. The colour blue in the above picture for instance blends so well with the walls. It sets those cushions on the bed apart. Even the colour of the centre pillow and the bedside lamps match, making sure the room gives off an elegant look and feel.  

7. Silver Helps You Make a Statement

Silver Helps You Make a Statement

Grey or silver can help you make a statement. It adds a sophisticated touch to the room’s design. It also acts as a mid-tone that fits well with the woodwork or plasterwork of the room. Combine it with some artwork, scattered pillows and you’ll get a room that’s perfect. 

8. An Upholstered Bed can Add Luxury & Comfort

An Upholstered Bed can Add Luxury & Comfort

If you plan to get something luxurious but also comfortable, go for a mix of white and neutrals. Nothing oozes sophistication and comfort like the colour white. Get inspired from French upholstered beds and you will get the master bedroom of your dreams. 

Look at the picture above and you’d understand what we mean. It’s a messy yet elegant room that you won’t mind walking into. The positioning of the bed, chair and hanging lamps make the room stand out. It’s a room that looks elegant but also relatable. It isn’t out of a movie, it looks like a room you can see yourself spending time in. 

9. Use the Alcove to Your Advantage

Use the Alcove to Your Advantage

Does your have an alcove that you think will ruin your design idea? about? If so, we have a way out for you. Instead of worrying about it, you can use it to your benefit. 

You can paint the alcove with a different colour so it draws attention. It will make the otherwise boring bedroom look a lot more eye-catching. With a dark alcove, we suggest adding minimal tones, esoteric and linens. 

10. Make the Wall ‘Extra’ Appeal

Make the Wall ‘Extra’ Appeal

The master bedroom does not have to be extravagant for you to make a statement. You can elevate the entire look of the room by using wallpapers on the featured wall. 

The above picture for instance has a great floral design that goes very well with the pink colour scheme of the room. This small master bedroom design helps you make sure that one doesn’t feel overwhelmed when they enter the room. 

11. A Headboard is a Must

A Headboard is a Must

The evergreen blend of black and white makes for a relaxing feel. The star of the show however is the black headboard.

In the image, the design allows the bed to take the centre stage and grabs immediate attention. The headboard isn’t extraordinary but it isn’t avoidable too. It catches your eye as soon as you enter the room. You can, however, go for a better headboard than the one visible on the image. 


The design of your master bedroom ultimately depends on what you want. Of course, a professional interior designer can help you gain a fresh perspective but the final design implementation relies on your vision. 

We hope you like the ideas we shared and use them for your bedroom. You can count on us for more such blogs related to interior designing of your kitchen, office, and outdoors. So, stay tuned!

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