The bedroom is a very unique space. Whilst other rooms on the home, generally speaking, are designed with a certain openness, the bedroom, by contrast, is usually a much more intimate area. This creates it’s idiosyncratic aesthetic, i.e. bedrooms tend to have their own styles, atmospheres and aims, in terms of interior design.
One of the obvious things about bedroom spaces is that much of the floor-space is typically taken up by a bed. The bed, therefore, can greatly determine the overall aesthetic of the room. Too many people incorporate a bland, featureless bed into the space where instead modern contemporary furniture would be much more attractive, setting the flavour of the room.
Because with one obvious exception there are relatively few large items of furniture in the bedroom space, in order to create interior design you need to think carefully about space-less features, such as colour. The right colour and colour-matches for your bedroom depends on a few factors, not least your own taste and personality.
Whilst not always the case, bedrooms do tend to be on the smaller side and so this needs to be taken account of when it comes to interior design. A lot of modern furniture has storage solutions built in, which can help to limit clutter (a common problem that can really undermine the quality of a bedroom space.)
The most important thing to remember is to choose furniture, colours etc that you love and hopefully the rest will follow.