What’s the one thing you look forward to the most at the end of a stressful day? Well, if you’re anything like us, it’s that moment when you walk through the doors of your bedroom and jump on into a cozy, layered-up bed!

We LOVE the diversity of the beds shared with us in the #mywestelm gallery so we decided to pick out 10 beds you’ll want to jump into and see if we could unravel the secret to the perfect bed.

Read on to see if we cracked the cozy code!

1. Layered whites = serious calmness.

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Kate’s white linen sheets make it easy to add color + texture.

2. Pets make your bed even more desirable.

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Never ban your pet from jumping on to your bed. You’ll miss out on some serious cuteness! (Photo via @kaitlinemmerling)

3. Get textural!

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Don’t be afraid to mix up your textures. Reclaimed wood + metallics + fur throws work! (Photo via Apartment Therapy)

4. Mid-century style works in ANY setting.

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Mid-century beds give your bedroom serious style! (Photo via Chelsea Petaja)

5. Tall headboards make a statement.

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Alexa adds some serious sophistication.

6. Mixed blues add calmness.

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Steal Bright Bazaar’s bedroom style by adding relaxed blues. (Photo via Will Taylor)

7. Fuss-free + cozy.

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No need to overcomplicate. Relaxed striped bedding + a cute nightstand is sometimes all you need! (Photo via Prettybird)

8. Go luxe.

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This white + gold bedroom feels almost hotel worthy. (Photo via Studio Mcgee)

9. Chevrons + mid-century + indoor plants = winning.

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The chevrons add a touch of contemporary to this traditional bedroom. (Photo via Kate Palamé)

10. Lots of cushions = very jumpworthy!

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Adding cushions in a mix of textures help add the jump factor! (Photo via west elm Dallas)

So what’s the secret to the perfect bed? Textures, pillows, layers, great bedding, mid-century style, statement additions + pets. Simple!

Featured: Bubble Knit Pillow Cover // Penelope Nightstand // Ticking Stripe Duvet Cover // Emmerson bed // Mid-Century Bed // Industrial Task Table Lamp // Nailhead Upholstered Headboard // Alexa Reclaimed Wood Bed // Organic Chevron Duvet // Silk Hand-Loomed Pillow // Organic Stamped Dot Shams

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The Kentucky Gent

March 30, 2015

I was SO glad I made the switch to all white bedding. It makes getting into bed all that much more relaxing, on the flip side it makes is SO much harder to get out of bed as well.

Josh – The Kentucky Gent


March 30, 2015

These are so great Jess! I’m moving homes and new studio and would love to work with West Elm and use some of your furniture in both my home and studio!

Jessica Sims

April 1, 2015

Thanks Casey! So glad you like them!

Olwyn Coughlin

August 28, 2015

All that white! So cold rather than cosey I would not be comfortable.


September 4, 2015

#9 was the only bedroom that I liked. Pure white isn’t restful. The light olive wall and the wood-stemmed lamp are very soothing.

gerri eisenberg

September 15, 2015

Love all the pillow accents and lack of made beds ….that,s eclectic and oh so cozy…;….love it.

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January 21, 2016

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May 6, 2016

What is the name of the bedframe or headboard in photo #10?

Carrie Pursley

June 1, 2016

Does West Elm still sell the bed in the last picture? If so, what is the name of it?

Maxwell Tielman

June 7, 2016

Carrie—I don’t believe it’s actually our bed. The bed actually features our Organic Stamped Dot shams!

Taylor Bennett

March 30, 2017

Hey T + Carrie,
This showed up on my time hop today, so I glanced back at it. The bed is actually from Overstock. It’s the Villas collection. I still have it, and love it!

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