When we've had enough of counting sheep and knocking on the sandman's door, there's only one thing left to do to encourage that sweet slumber to come back home: redecorate your bedroom. Our first point of inspiration is the glamorous boudoirs of our favorite Hollywood It girls. Why? These leading ladies are exposed to the latest in fashion and design first, so naturally they love to incorporate these interesting elements into the homes (with a little help from top designer friends, of course).
From tufted beds to luxurious bedding, dramatic artwork, and varied textures, the following A-list bedrooms reign supreme in the style stakes. Take note as you scroll through these perfectly styled boudoirs to re-create your own relaxing room at home. Because you deserve a fabulous sanctuary to retreat after a long day just as much as they do.
Michaela Conlin has all the star qualities, and we're not just talking about her stellar career. The Bones star has major interior design taste, and her 1930s L.A. home is proof. Conlin worked with her friend and designer Drew Lage to craft a stylish yet approachable home that honors the heritage while incorporating her modern taste. This bedroom is the stuff dreams are made of.
When it comes to princess-worthy abodes, actress Sasha Alexander (Shameless, Rizzoli & Isles) nailed the brief. But this stunning visual you see now wasn't nearly as bright and airy when Alexander and her husband, director Edoardo Ponti, first purchased it. They opened up the space with moody lighting, neutral walls, and soft ivory fabrics. The high ceiling with exposed beams gives this bedroom the regal touch.
This bedroom is every parts glamorous as it is adventurous. Combining all these elements shouldn't work (in theory), but it's definitely an amazing combination. That glittering light fixture and macramé hanging plants feel perfectly girly, while the dark blue accent wall and fur throw add a touch of rock-'n'-roll edge.
We love the departure from the ever-popular feminine look of actress Jessica Alba's guest-house bedroom. The cool neutral tones mixed with the edgier dark hues and eye-catching patterns make for a seriously glamorous space.
From the looks of her petite yet stylish bedroom, Nina Dobrev has as much skill in decorating as she does in acting. An unexpected but expertly edited mix of prints complemented by the more fantastical elements of her bedroom's design make this one of our favorites ever.
Brooklyn Decker has managed to fuse the whimsical elements we all crave in a bedroom with a modern sensibility. This gender-neutral boudoir in the actress's traditional Texas-style farmhouse is the best of both worlds. The vintage industrial aesthetic fused with the traditional country feel is a match made in heaven.
Jacey Duprie of Damsel in Dior sure knows how to create an eye-catching mix of textures and shapes. Such is the case in her L.A. bedroom, where a completely neutral color palette is made interesting with a mix of textiles and furniture lines. A linen-upholstered bed is complemented with a furry throw to create a serene retreat in the middle of the city.
This blissed-out bedroom is where comedy writer Erin Foster enjoys the sweetest of dreams. While the foundation is neutral, it's anything but bland, thanks to the pops of color via the printed artwork, throw pillows, and printed blankets. Simplicity is key here.