Indulge in the Goddess trend for your bedroom

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Last Modified 22 December 2023 First Added 29 July 2022

Mythical femininity is all the rage, and with good reason. Inspired by fashion with a generous dash of interior inspiration, the Goddess trend is here to remind us that it’s time to enjoy the finer things in life.

The Goddess trend is all about embracing hedonism, pleasure and excitement – and creating a fabulous space to enjoy. Inspired by Greek mythology with a sensual twist for the 21st century, it’s the perfect match for creating an opulent bedroom.

Join us as we explore five ways to bring the Goddess vibe into your bedroom. From glam art deco shapes, luxurious velvet-finish furnishings, gorgeous floral accents and much more. If you didn’t already know, you’re worth it.

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Batten Velvet-Finish Blanket Box

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Batten Velvet-Finish Blanket Box

1. The decadence of art deco

Nothing epitomises the Goddess trend quite like the art deco look.

Characterised by glamour, luxury, visual drama and lack of restraint, art deco was one of the most influential decorative styles in the first half of the 20th century and it’s still a big trend today.

An indulgent palette of black, gold and lavish gemstone colours defines this trend and it’s brought to life with bold geometric patterns, mirrored surfaces, high shine finishes and sumptuous textures.

To bring art deco flair into your bedroom, start with geometric wallpaper that packs a punch. Choose a velvet-finish bed or fan-style headboard and a jewel-toned blanket box or bedside table to extend the look. Pair with shiny lamps in gold or copper tones and accessorise with angular mirrors, luxurious chandeliers and sculptural vases.

Play with nature-inspired motifs like shells, flowers and the sun, and turn up the glitz with ornaments in sparkling metallic finishes. Curtains with drapes, faux fur rugs and silk or satin pillows and blankets look fabulous in an art deco bedroom.

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Ellis Velvet-Finish Bed Frame

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Ellis Velvet-Finish Bed Frame
Ellis Velvet-Finish Bedside Table

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Ellis Velvet-Finish Bedside Table
Ellis Velvet-Finish Blanket Box

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Ellis Velvet-Finish Blanket Box

2. Velvet finishes for a lavish look

The best kind of luxury is the kind that feels as good as it looks. That’s why velvety fabrics are perfect for embracing the Goddess trend.

Rich textures and irresistibly tactile details are the ideal way to add an elevated look to your Goddess bedroom. And when it comes to velvet, we say go all in.

Go for glam with a luxurious bed frame upholstered in sumptuous velvet-finish fabric with button quilting. Our Ellis bed and matching bedside table have beautiful diamante buttons for a touch of gorgeous Goddess sparkle. The velvet-finish blanket box adds to the luxurious feel and we’ve added visual contrast with a textured rug and blankets to keep the look modern and interesting.

Recently refreshed your bedroom furniture? You can still channel the Goddess vibe with velvet-finish cushions and curtains. Super soft and tactile, they’ll bring a touch of luxury to your space (that you can touch, too!).

Grey velvet-touch TV bed with fluted headboard, styled in a bedroom with wall panelling and statement wallpaper.
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Yokohama Velvet-Finish Ottoman Dolby Atmos TV Bed Frame

3. The joy of maximalism

Minimalism may have dominated the interiors space for years, maximalism is set to make a comeback – in a big way.

This bold and beautiful ideology is the perfect way to experiment with the Goddess trend, as you can inject your personality and surround yourself with all the furniture, bright décor and accessories that give you pleasure. Just make sure you choose quality products that will last, so you can be sure your maximalist look doesn’t compromise on sustainability.

Give your bedroom maximalist flair by taking a ‘more is more’ approach and adding furniture like bedside cabinets, blanket boxes and benches. It doesn’t have to match, either!

We’ve mixed and matched our Yokohama Bed Frame with wooden accents and a bold-printed wallpaper. We’ve added soft natural elements and a large mirror to bounce light back into the room– you could go even further with more ornaments and clashing patterns.

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4. Go on, treat yourself

The hedonistic Goddess trend is all about indulging yourself and creating a space that gives you pleasure.

If watching your favourite TV shows from the comfort of a beautiful bed is your idea of heaven, you’ll love our oh-so stylish tech beds.

The gorgeous Kobe TV bed frame has a quilted winged headboard to create the ultimate snug cocoon – plus it comes with a 32” SMART TV as standard. With a cosy velvet-touch finish, the Kobe combines all the style of the Goddess trend with the gratifying luxury of being able to indulge in your favourite hobby, any time.

For an even more enhanced audio experience, why not go all out with our Sapporo TV bed with surround sound? The superb 5.1 surround sound system is stylishly finished with silver grilles for a touch of maximalist metallic flair.

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Country Living Ullswater Wooden Bed Frame

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Country Living Ullswater Wooden Bed Frame

5. Fabulous floral accents

Florals are back with a contemporary twist and floral accents in bold, stylised prints will help you nail the Goddess trend.

Nature-inspired, undeniably feminine and timelessly graceful – it’s not surprising to see florals dominating Goddess interior styles.

When it comes to fabulous florals in your home, we recommend introducing just one or two pieces to your bedroom – perhaps in a cushion, mirror or bedlinen – otherwise the florals will become overpowering.

Whether you go for full on art deco design, max out on maximalist style or simply introduce a few velvety and floral pieces into your bedroom, it’s time to have fun embracing the Goddess trend. Enjoy – because that’s what it’s all about!

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