Ten earthy bedrooms that use natural colours and textures

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Ten earthy bedrooms that use natural colours and textures

In our latest lookbook, we highlight 10 bedroom interiors that introduce earthy color palettes and natural materials to evoke a sense of calm and tranquility.

Warm tones of earthy browns and light neutrals have been used alongside colorful terracotta and leafy greens on soft furnishings, headboards and decorations to create a tranquil atmosphere in these bedrooms.

Stone surfaces, wood panelling, linen fabric, clay accents and lime finishes add subtle textures to the interior spaces.

This is the latest in our lookbooks series, which provides visual inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For more inspiration see past lookbooks featuring jewel-toned hotel interiors, marble-topped kitchens and biophilic homes.


Photo by Fabian Martinez

Colonia Condesa House, Mexico, by Chloé Mason Gray

For the renovation of this mid-20th century home in Mexico City, local interior studio Chloé Mason Gray embraced the lack of natural light entering the space by introducing dark, earthy colors and textures.

The walls of the primary bedroom are covered in brown plaster, and the space is finished with a brown leather headboard and linen furniture in deep shades of forest green.

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Interior of Casa Maiora by Studio Andrew Trotter in Puglia
Photo by Salva López

Casa Maiora, Italy, by Studio Andrew Trotter

Designed to mimic the surrounding landscape, Italian architecture practice Studio Andrew Trotter created this villa in Puglia with sandstone and limestone walls covered in a pink limewash.

Stone floors complement the warm colored walls, while local antique wooden furniture and large woven rugs in the bedrooms add hints of deeper earth tones.

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Bedroom interior of Dumbo Loft by Crystal Sinclair Designs
Photo by Seth Caplan

Dumbo Loft, USA, by Crystal Sinclair Designs

New York interior studio Crystal Sinclair Designs drew the off-white backdrop of this bedroom in a Brooklyn loft apartment with caramel shades of brown and natural textures.

A tan velvet chair, rustic tiles that wrap around the lower half of structural columns, and a wood slatted wall help make the space cozier and more inviting.

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De Beauvoir Townhouse by HÛT
Photo by Emanuelis Stasaitis

De Beauvoir Townhouse, UK, by HÛT

As part of the renovation of a house in London, British architecture studio HÛT finished the surfaces and joinery in the master bedroom in sage green and nodded to the use of shades of green in the kitchen and living room downstairs.

According to the studio, the muted green color was chosen for its timelessness and longevity, as well as for its visual appeal when paired with exposed wood.

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Interior of Hygge Studio by Melina Romano
Photo by MCA Estúdio

Hygge Studio, Brazil, by Melina Romano

Brazilian designer Melina Romano used a host of earthy colors, textures and embellishments to create a modern interior with “rustic charm” in this São Paulo apartment.

Terracotta floors and creamy brick walls are complemented by comfortable furniture and soft furnishings in earth tones, including the rust-colored bed frame and elongated headboard in the bedroom.

Romano also added a tropical foliage plant, branches speckled with lichen, and insect-shaped wall art to the space.

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Custom Bed in Twentieth House by Woods and Dangaran
Photo by Joe Fletcher

Twentieth, USA, by Woods + Dangaran

Wood paneling, vintage furniture and earthy brown tones characterize the interior spaces of the Twentieth home in Santa Monica by Los Angeles studio Woods +Dangaran, which is built around an olive tree.

The primary bedroom is designed to feel sleek and luxurious, with a Mehraban silk shag rug, brass fixtures and a custom bed tucked into a wooden surround.

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Bedroom in apartment #6 by Studio MK27
Photo by Fran Parente

Apartment #6, Brazil, by Studio MK27

This bedroom also has a custom timber skirting and was designed by local architecture and design practice Studio MK27.

The practice added tactile rugs, blankets and fabric wall panels in various shades of brown and light neutrals to contrast with the basalt stone floor in the São Paulo apartment.

“Natural light warms up every bit and corner and makes the woods, the velvet and the stones speak louder,” said Studio MK27.

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Escondido Oaxa Hotel by Decada Muebles
Photo by Undine Pröhl

Escondido Oaxaca Hotel, Mexico, by Decada Muebles

Interiors studio Decada Muebles completed the bedrooms of this boutique hotel in Oaxaca City with woven palm leaf headboards and sabino wood furniture made by local artisans, including side tables, bed frames and shutters.

Alongside the wooden accents, stucco walls help add warmth and texture to the space and create a relaxing place for vacationers to stay.

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The Palace Gate by Tala Fustok
Photo by Michael Sinclair

The Palace Gate Apartment, UK, by Tala Fustok Studio

Local interior design practice Tala Fustok Studio transformed this West London flat into a “calm sanctuary” with a mix of stone textures, earthy materials and a soft-warm color palette.

The centerpiece of the bedroom is a 1960s-style velvet bed in a dusty pink shade. Decorative items around it include a wall tapestry, a modern stone fireplace and an organically shaped ceramic sculpture.

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Lom Haijai by Studionomad
Photo by Supee Juntranggur

Lom Haijai, Thailand, by Studionomad

Lom Haijai is an apartment block in Bangkok designed by architecture practice Studionomad, with trees growing through the facade’s louvres.

Each bedroom in the apartment block has a Juliet balcony overlooking a courtyard. Wooden floors and wall panels add to the nature-inspired theme of the design.

Learn more about Lom Haijai ›

This is the latest in our lookbooks series, which provides visual inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For more inspiration see past lookbooks featuring jewel-toned hotel interiors, marble-topped kitchens and biophilic homes.

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