18 Modern Floral Bedroom Ideas

By: Greca Sandford

Floral motifs in decorating are nothing new, but the florals being used today are anything but old-fashioned! Today’s floral bedroom ideas are big, bold, and bright. Gone are the small-scale prints and muted colors of decades past. Even florals with dark backgrounds à la 1980’s are back in style.

Gone too are the old rules regarding decorating with florals. Go ahead and mix in other patterns, such as stripes or geometrics – or even other florals. Don’t be afraid to use oversize prints or neon colors.

Use contemporary floral wallpaper to bring interest to an accent wall. Stay on trend with watercolor-inspired, painterly floral fabrics.

Whether you decide to go with wallpaper, bedding, fabric, or accessories, the following floral bedroom ideas will provide inspiration and show you how to incorporate modern floral designs into your master bedroom. Look out, these are not your grandmother’s florals!

Blue and Orangeblue and orange

The large scale and saturated colors of this floral wallpaper elevate this charming bedroom in a century-old Minneapolis home.


Oversized floral motifs and birds bring a modern element to the otherwise traditional styling of this bedroom.

Mixed Patternsmixed patterns

Paired with black and white stripes and the Greek key pattern on the bolster, the bright floral pattern on the upholstered headboard brings this bedroom designed by Caitlin Wilson right up-to-date.

Cool Colorscool colors

Don’t be afraid of mixing styles, in this floral bedroom idea a modern, silhouette pattern on the curtains and above the bed works well with the more traditional, detailed design on the bedding.

Punch of Neonpunch of neon

There’s nothing shy about this bright floral fabric! The use of trendy neon colors takes this master bedroom to the next level and eclectic accessories create a fun environment.

Fresh Neutralsfresh neutrals

The contemporary floral pattern in this master bedroom provides a fun counterpoint to the geometric pattered linens and traditional furnishings.

Stylish Metallicstylish metallic

The metallic floral wallpaper in this bedroom is full of sophistication! Keeping the palate monochromatic allows the textures to shine through while maintaining a serene atmosphere.

Make a statementmake a statement

One large blossom on the comforter and pillow shams make a statement that a smaller scale pattern might not. Paired with solids and stripes, the look remains current.

Dark and Lightdak and light

This master bedroom idea uses a bold floral wallpaper to offset a neutral palette; the dark background on this wallpaper adds a contemporary touch while the bright colors and cute little bluebirds keep things cheery.

Mix it Upmix it up

An update on botanical wallpaper serves as an eclectic backdrop to the ethnic-inspired lines in the Florida family’s home.

Many Elementsmany elements

Florals play a big part in this newly renovated bedroom, from the curtains and the lamps on the nightstands, to the large light fixture over the bed.


The watercolor quality of this beautiful bedding creates a modern feeling when done in bold colors!

Contemporary Printscontemporary print

Block-pattern inspired patterns like this fern wallpaper are popping up in place of traditional florals, but still add softness to the modern lines of the headboard and nightstand in this bedroom designed by Jennifer Jones.

Dark Bluesdark blues

The blues and grays of this floral wallpaper give it a photographic quality and add a touch of whimsy to the dark tones in this bedroom.

Floral Drapesfloral drapes

Keeping with the color scheme in the rest of the bedroom, these floral curtains add a touch of softness to the room’s contemporary lines.

Floral Silhouettesfloral silhouettes

The floral pattern featured in this wallpaper has less detail and more of a silhouette quality. The fresh color combination of red, pink, and purple also provides a more modern feeling.

Raspberry and Grayraspberry and gray

In this bedroom idea a bold floral fabric on the roman blind is tempered by the cool grays and simple furniture in the rest of the space.

Please share any other floral bedroom ideas in the comment section below or submit a project of your own.


Jamie Sandford - Owner and Lead Editor at RenoCompareJamie Sandford is the Chief Editor at RenoCompare (find out more). Jamie has been involved in construction for over 30 years. Straight out of college, Jamie worked with construction crews for the television, film and theatre industries for over 12 years. In his thirties, he turned his attention to DIY decorating and construction, working on many house renovations and remodels. During this time he started to specialize in home flooring and in 2013 he launched the Home Flooring Pros website. Two years later he launched RenoCompare.

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