Medium-sized master bedroom that is 100% furnished by Ikea in cedar color (warm, red-brown). Queen-sized "Malm" bed with integrated nightstands. One regular mattress sits on the bed frame, which is designed to not need a box spring - it's actually very comfortable. Ice cube shaped lamp on each nightstand, and I have a white noise machine / alarm clock on one of the nightstands. Sleep does not happen without white noise. Cotton duvet cover in a dusty blue color, with no bed skirt, fancy pillow shams, or other decoration (I'm very minimalist). I stuff the duvet cover with a heavy down comforter in winter, and a lightweight comforter in summer. Flannel sheets in winter, and lightweight cotton in summer - white only, no fancy-colored sheets in this house.
Two Ikea "Malm" dressers for clothes. I have them sitting next to each other beneath the windows. My house was built in the 1950s, and true to the era there is a long row of sliding windows (as opposed to double-hung) on one wall. One very modern-looking Ikea lamp with a frosted glass shade, a grouping of oil candles (I dye the oil green because I like it as an accent color), an aluminum bowl with fig-scented potpourri, and a small shell stereo system sit on top of the dressers. Other than the white noise machine, the stereo is the only piece of electronic equipment in the bedroom. I keep the mobile phone charging station in the master bathroom because I want the phone nearby but not in next to the bed.
My bedroom has two small closets, and they're stuffed with clothes. Thus the two dressers. I'd love to have a walk-in closet and hope to build one some day.
The walls are light blue, and the floor is covered with light tan carpet. Trim is painted white. I have blackout accordion shades on the windows as I like a very dark room for sleeping.
I have a huge metal sculpture mounted on the wall above my bed. Very modern looking. For contrast, I have a large, handmade pottery floor vase in a warm terra cotta color in a corner (it is similar to the color of the furniture and contrast nicely with the light blue walls and medium blue duvet cover). Contrast is something I like in a room - warm & cool colors, rough vs. smooth textures, etc. I have a full-length mirror mounted on the wall next to the door - don't know how I'd live without it.
My apologies to interior designers who dislike ceiling fans, but my bedroom has a ceiling fan right above the bed. It's practical and helps the room feel cooler without having to run the expensive air conditioner as much. With that said, I'd like to replace the fixture with a ceiling fan that has more personality if that makes sense.
No seating in the bedroom as there is not a lot of room for it, but there is a chair in the closet off of the master bathroom to use while getting dressed.
I like the idea of changing out linens & decor with the seasons. I do it very in other areas of the house, but in the bedroom I only change out the sheets and comforter.