Visualizer: Xristo Toskov   

Aim pendant lamps by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec dance in the middle of a spectacular backlit bed platform. The platform itself ascends the wall and wraps around to the ceiling for a cozy and enclosed feeling even within a large space.


Designer: Who Cares?! Design  

Here, a gorgeous lit shelf and wall feature circles around the bed to form the headboard and bed platform. In the darkness it switches to dramatic mood lighting. Adjustable lights are fantastic for this sort of application.


Visualizer: Ilya Leg4atov   

Indirect lighting above the accent wall pairs well with two statement pendants hanging low above each side table.


Visualizer: Amir Cherni   

Layers of spotlights and indirect lighting play over an impressive variety of luxurious textures. It would be hard to go wrong with any lighting choice in a room like this one, but this example demonstrates the most attractive approach.


Visualizer: Frontop  

More indirect lighting offers decorative influence. Indirect lighting is always great for bedrooms because it’s less intense, and eliminates the need for ceiling lighting which can shine directly into the eyes when laying down and trying to relax.


Visualizer: Leu Khanh  

Cloth pendants offer a casual chic take on country decor – a lovely contrast to an otherwise refined and modern space.


Visualizer: Quang Đạt  

Here, functionality is key. Indirect lighting illuminates the bed whereas recessed lights in the hallway address an explicit purpose.


Visualizer: Cristiano Rosa   

Backlit paneling highlights the artwork hung over it, with bright shelves to the right for emphasis. This room demonstrates how lighting features can add incomparable spice to an otherwise minimalistic space.


Visualizer: Maxim Tsiabus  

Classic oversized wall sconces radiate light toward the ceiling and the side tables. Subtle lighting beneath the bed contributes to a more purely aesthetic and atmospheric purpose, yet could still help direct the resident toward the bed in the dark of the night.


Visualizer: Jay Patel  

Recessed lighting illuminates the places where the ceiling pulls away from the walls, making the bedroom feel more open. Adjustable cantilever lamps are a good option for bedside lighting, providing a longer reach for nighttime reading.


Visualizer: Alexey Evgrafov   

Here, the indirect lighting leans toward an orange tone to give the cabinetry a warmer feel. Since many decorators choose wood for its warmth, this lighting trick proves infinitely useful.


Visualizer: Omar Essam   

While many of the previous bedrooms used indirect lighting, few incorporate the lights in a spot as unusual as this one. Positioned in the middle of the headboard wall, these recessed lights offer a distinctive twist on a popular design trend.


Visualizer: Maxim Tsiabus  

A textured accent wall relishes its unique lighting arrangement to highlight the peaks and valleys. The black lamp to the right is the Atollo table lamp by Vico Magistretti.


Visualizer: Buro 82  

Tiled wall panels are brilliant on their own, but clever lighting can bring additional attention to a feature otherwise overlooked. Here, the integrated lighting creates the illusion that the concrete panels are woven like a basket.


Visualizer: Wladimir Sapyan  

Accent wall panels like these look even more dramatic with the addition of recessed lighting. Light seeping out between each “crack” helps these panels inspire thoughts of cooling magma. The warmer color temperature only enhances this effect.


Visualizer: Yovo Bozhinovski  

An angular lighting feature draws extra attention to the mural on the concrete wall.


Visualizer: Roman Movliaiko  



Here, clean minimalism gains a sense of decoration through the pure and intangible contribution of indirect lighting.


Visualizer: Saimir Braho  

Color temperature is a huge facet of lighting. Here, the cool blue and warm yellow create a sense of contrast that energizes the rest of the room.


Visualizer: Algedba  

This regal bedroom is inspiring in so many ways, but it’s made even more spectacular with the addition of crystal beads as a fringe for the recessed lighting on the ceiling. It almost looks like a build-in chandelier installed solely to frame the bed.


Visualizer: Amir Cherni  

This backlit wall panel reflects the strapwork on the sliding bathroom door. A programmable option would be such a cool addition to any home.


Visualizer: Gaurav Kumar  

Light and textural patterns interact directly with this incredible bedroom feature wall. The waves look dynamic and full of motion, but give the resident complete control.


Visualizer: Elena Zhulikova  

Gorgeous wall panels tilt at various angles and shine with integrated lighting interspersed throughout. Additional lighting near the desk draws the eye to the vertical garden.


Visualizer: N-Gon Archviz  

Here’s another brilliant combination of wall panels and lighting. The panels in this bedroom carry a great amount of visual weight to match the sturdy furniture used throughout the room.


Designer: he.D Creative Group  

Smartly grouped pendant lamps are the real show stopper in this bedroom. The integrated lighting to either side adds to the atmospheric effect but doesn’t overshadow the artistic pieces displayed in the foreground.


Designer: Penint Design Studio  

Copper shades by Tom Dixon look fabulous on their own but groupings like these allow each light to play against the polished surfaces of its neighbors – especially effective here, combined with LED strips along the edges of the wall panels.


Visualizer: Svetlana Nezus  

Textural walls transform depending on the lighting elements that surround them. Here, side-mounted lighting flows across the hills and valleys of the cratered surface.


Designer: Room Design  

Lighting choices become even more important in a room as dark and mysterious as this one. It adds an element of sophistication to the textural black wall, while the Agnes Chandelier in the foreground captures attention immediately.


Visualizer: Anwar Al Jufrey Khalid  

While the natural lighting from the windows plays an unmatched role in this industrial-inspired bedroom, the elongated fixtures drive the point home.

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