3 ways to get some sleep

A bedroom with a colour scheme of whites and light blues, with lots of blankets and pillows.

3 ways to get some sleep

Your bedroom just might be the most important space in your home, so why not give yours a boost in comfort? It’s where you recharge, rest, and sometimes share space and connect with your partner. It has endless possibilities to nurture you and your family and can make all the difference in your comfort, both emotionally and physically.

Casual comfort

Go for ultimate comfort by layering on several duvets (perfect if your partner tends to run hotter or cooler and prefers a different duvet thickness), throws, pillows and textiles in 100% breathable cotton. Choose your colour scheme and mix and match textiles that use the same palette for a laid-back, less matchey look.

As for the mattress, we chose a pocket spring mattress for its unique ability to support you in all the right places, and topped it off with a mattress pad for good measure. The bed frame even includes storage drawers for bed linens and anything else you might need to stow away.

A sideview of a bed shows the under-bed storage and mattress.
A bedside table is set with a lamp, vase of small flowers and a wicker tray.

A close-up image of white and blue bed linens.

A very neat bedroom reminiscent of a hotel suite.

The at-home hotel experience

If you can think of nothing more luxurious than nights spent in luxe hotel suites, this style is for you. We picked our highest mattress and added a thick mattress topper for an extra plush feel. Layer on a fitted sheet, a flat sheet, a double size duvet, a spread to fold at the foot of the bed, and (this is key) lots and lots of fluffy pillows.

The real secret to this style’s comfort? It’s in the quality of the sheets and the duvet cover. The duvet cover used here is made of densely woven cotton percale. In other words, you won’t want to get out of bed.

A close-up image of pillows and a cushion.

A close-up image of a bench and a throw at the foot of a bed.

A close-up image of a bed made up with lots of fluffy pillows.

A simple, clean bedroom with a graphic orange and white wall.

When less is more

In many ways, an uncluttered space can calm and comfort you. So if you subscribe to the less-is-more maxim, you’ll do well with this style.

Create a sleek look by first opting out of adding a mattress topper. Add a fitted sheet, a flat sheet, and a duvet. Simply roll the flat sheet back with the duvet and tuck them both in to create a clean, neatly made bed. Go easy on the patterns and colours of the textiles, and enjoy your new-found serenity.

A sideview of a neatly made bed with white linens and simple striped pillows.

A close-up image of a simple striped pillow.

A close-up image of a bedside lamp.

We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.

Made by

Interior designer: Geneviève Jorn
Photographer: Sandra Werud
Writer: Vanessa Algotsson