The bed is the centrepiece of any bedroom; it forms a beautiful focal point and defines the tone and style of a room. Finding the perfect bed for your personal style is important.

Knowing how important trends are in influencing home décor purchases, we’ve done the leg work for you, identifying some of the key interior trends most likely to stand the test of time.

Contemporary Scandi

The Scandinavian influence has been huge in interior design over the past few years, and though new influences are coming in every day, this trend is showing no signs of slowing down. It is evolving organically, moving away from raw earthly traditional warm woods, to more refined, urbane whitewashed woods and ash tones.

The simplicity of clean lines, clutter-free spaces and calming colours make this trend not only beautiful, but functional. There’s no place better than the bedroom to embrace Hygge, the appreciation of life’s simple pleasures, warmth, simplicity and comfort.

The Scandi trend is all about simple, modest shapes, mixing traditional materials with subtle splashes of colour and geometric prints. Our Burke Grey Wooden bed frame is perfect for this aesthetic with its cool colour and organic simplicity.

Burke Bed Frame from Dreams in roomset

The textured oversized headboard offers a sophisticated visual statement while, also offering practical support to heap layers of cushions and oversized pillows against, to maximise cosy morning lie-ins with breakfast in bed. Team it with pale neutrals and don’t be afraid to mix different woods and metals to get your overall look. Add some touches of print and colour with a muted primary shade of yellow or blue to throw in some personality.

Vintage romance

This is one trend that never goes out of style, it’s born from history and like a fine wine, only gets better with age. If you love old Hollywood glamour and prefer boutique hotels to budget hostels, the likelihood is that you’ll love this look in your bedroom. Vintage romance spans many eras, but the most classically romantic is the Victorian inspired metal work, it encapsulates timeless sophistication.

To create a luxuriant, grandiose boudoir with a modern twist, use warm champagne-hued metals or brass, incorporating strong textures in the form of chunky knits and quilted fabrics. The Jackson Champagne Gold Metal bed frame will fill this brief to perfection with its detailed headboard and foot end, and classic round finials.

Dreams Jackson bed frame

The key to mastering this trend is the use of colour, opt for subtle colours such as slate grey, olive green or gold. You can even hit on one of this year’s biggest interior design trends by using dusky pink and olive green with your champagne bed frame.

Modern rustic

The rustic trend often comes around during winter months when people love nothing more than a big faux fur throw and a roaring fire. Modern rustic might sound like a paradox, but just because your bedroom has rustic influences doesn’t mean it can’t be modern; it can also look stunning all year round if you know how to style it.

If you have a rustic bedroom and want to make it adaptable for those warmer months, think about changing up the materials. Rustic styles are rooted in nature, so choose a bed style made from a natural material – think distressed wood, leather or dark metal; mix with natural textures and fabrics like linen, cotton and wool. The Leighton White Wash Wooden bed frame is an ideal solution with a parquet style wood design on the headboard and foot end.

Leighton bed frame by Dreams

The whitewash effect on the wood brings in a naturally weather-worn, almost coastal feel to the bed frame. Team with linen bedding and thin woollen throws in the summer. Come wintertime you can swap for faux fur, chunky knits and brushed cotton sheets for a toasty log cabin look.

Take a look at our full beds range to find a bed frame that matches your décor perfectly.