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We all know that relationships are about compromise. Some things are easy to agree on — he gets to choose the next restaurant for date night if he sits with you through your favorite chick flick. But, how exactly do you compromise when it comes to decorating your home — more specifically, your bedroom? You may not think your clashing styles can live in harmony, but by combining just the right amount of each style and incorporating elements you both love, it can work. To get started, follow the tips below, create a board on Pinterest and pin your and your partner’s favorite bedroom decor. Don’t forget to name your board #ChoiceisYours and submit it here for a chance to win a TEMPUR-Choice™ Supreme Mattress and a Personal Design Consultation with Grace Bonney of Design Sponge.*

Use Your Favorite Colors
You love blue hues and he loves warmer tones, so combine them. You’ll be surprised at how many colors pair well together. And if you still can’t stand your favorite colors in one space, go with a neutral you can agree on and add each color in small doses.

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Combine Masculine + Feminine Patterns
Basic stripes work well with many different patterns. Cover an accent wall with feminine floral patterns and add masculinity with striped window treatments so both of you are happy.

Design by Anastasia Faiella

Hang Artwork
If you place a piece of art or image of your favorite vacation spot front and center, you’ll both love spending time in the bedroom.

Design by Benjamin Cruz

Add Some Romance
Who doesn’t love a little romance? Bring in dreamy elements, such as a canopy bed with sheer curtains and ambient lighting.

Design by Luis Caicedo

How have you compromised your bedroom’s design with your partner?

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18 Responses

  1. Melony says:

    Okay, #2 – those shades do NOT go with that wallpaper, and #3 – why would you dress your wall with a picture of the beach when you have the beach right outside your window? Seems redundant.

  2. Jabber tiky says:

    Few days ago I've buy a new apartment for me. Now I am looking for a attractive and comfortable decoration. Your handful writing is able to makes me impress about your bedroom decoration and your bed and mattress.

  3. […] we paint the wall behind our fireplace this yellow shade after seeing countless programs on HGTV about the power of the accent wall. We have black leather furniture so a bright wall and pillows and throws with vibrant color truly […]

  4. philipgibilisco says:

    Thank you for sharing.

  5. thehealthminded says:

    I love how each room is so vastly different but each brings a calm and sense of relaxation in different ways. Nice inspiration here!

  6. HotDecor says:

    thank you for sharing this, really enjoyed it, as when it comes to bedroom decoration, you should always go for the best ;)

Farima AlaviFarima is the entertaining editor for HGTV.com. Aside from her job, she loves fashion, playing with her rambunctious Yorkie, Rosie, and is a self-proclaimed foodie. She lives in a house...


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