If anyone can design a bedroom that’s sophisticated, stylish and makes you want to snuggle up under the covers all at once, it’s Sarah Richardson. We’ve rounded up the designer’s most beautiful bedrooms of all time so you can bring some of her design magic into your own home.
Published April 21, 2019, Updated November 21, 2021
Pretty in (Rustic) Pink
From its rustic decor to the beautifully patterned furniture and throw pillows, we can’t get enough of this opulent master bedroom from Sarah Off the Grid, Season 1.
Someone Like Blue
All the natural light that pours into this bedroom only serves to enhance the gorgeous shades of blue in this stunning master bedroom from Sarah Off the Grid, Season 1.
This soft, soothing master bedroom features neutral shades and plenty of seating space for curling up with a good book or enjoying your morning coffee.
Mint to Be
The pale mint walls and curtains of this kids’ bedroom from Sarah Off the Grid, Season 1 is paired perfectly with the adorable pastel blue double bed. It’s both gorgeous and soothing.
Guests – especially of the younger variety – can’t help but love this fun room that Sarah designed with her own childhood in mind. Bright yellows are neutral and fun, adding instant personality to the space, while custom-built bunk beds make this an essential sleepover space. Painted barn-board trim on the lower half of the walls and the same hardwood floors below keep this space in tune with the rest of the basement, with plenty of designer touches further elevating the room.
The Master Bedroom of Sarah Off the Grid Season 2 show the power of blue. The exquisitely chosen furnishings and accents scale the range from the heaviness of indigo blue to the lightness of denim. When the greens from surrounding trees pour through the enlarged windows this bedroom feels as refreshing as a dip in a lake. Sarah and Tommy discuss the design decisions that went into this room on their short video series, Behind the Design.
The story behind this bedroom is more beautiful than any design could ever be. Ally, a teenage girl with a life-threatening illness, had a wish that her room be designed by Sarah. The wish was granted in Season 2 of Sarah Off the Grid. Ally worked with Sarah and Tommy to say good-bye to pink and let a wave of coral wash over this room to give it a new, sophisticated and confident feel. The vintage light fixture that hangs from the ceiling is from Italy – a gift passed on by Sarah that now presides over the room to give it a gilded feeling.
Small but Mighty
This bunk room from Sarah Off the Grid, Season 2 is a mere 37-inches by 13-feet, now serves multiple functions. It’s both a spare bedroom for overnight guests and a day-bed space for you or guests to recharge. The bookcase was brought to life with six two-inch by 12-inch spruce planks and some paint. Total cost for book case materials – about $70.
Pop of Colour
This neutral-toned kids’ bedroom, with #twinning single beds, features an accent wall that glides down the elegantly sloped ceiling. The bright mint green from the nightstand separating the two beds makes for the perfect pop of colour.