Music is what makes the world go round! If you're an avid music-lover, chances are that you try to incorporate its melodies and harmonies into many parts of your life.
That can even include your bedroom! But how can you create this themed bedroom in a classy way that showcases your passion without being tacky?
Here are some music bedroom ideas to blow your mind.
- Music Staff Wall Decal
- Recording Corner
- Minimalist Musician Statue
- Painted Old Instrument
- Neon Music Sign
- Sheet Music Flowers
- Wall Record Display
- Music-Loving Plant Pot
- Wall-Mounted Guitar Holder
- Continuous Framed Sheet Music
- Record Shelf
- Minimalist Headphone Stand
- Keyboard by the Window
- Vintage Record Player
- Art Series
- Music Stickers
- Cassette Wall
- Music Box
- Lyric Letterboard
- “Follow the Music” Decal
- Music Highlight Collage Walls
- Music Snowglobe
- Decorated Piano
- Color-Coordinated Record Feature Wall
- Tucked Away Speaker
25 Legendary Music Bedroom Ideas To Blow Your Mind
1. Music Staff Wall Decal
Those who live and breathe music know that even when they dream, they dream of music. Let everyone know of those dreams with a cool wall decal of a musical staff.
You can even opt to create an arrangement of notes after a piece or song that you like. Getting abstract and creative with the design can further symbolize the freedom that comes with the beauty of music!
Our recommendation: Newclew Musical Notes Wall Decal
2. Recording Corner
Lots of music-lovers also like to record their voices, singing songs and playing instruments as they chase dreams of stardom.
If that describes you, then you absolutely must have a recording corner in your bedroom! Decorate the corner with records, posters, and artwork from your favorite musicians.
Then, set up your microphone and condenser with your headphones and you're good to go. It looks cool and serves a functional purpose.
Our recommendation: Presonus AudioBox 96 Audio Interface
3. Minimalist Musician Statue
Musical decorations don't have to always be big, bold, and vibrant. If you want minimalist vibes for your bedroom but still want to showcase your love of music, try a statue like this.
Its simplicity means that its form is clear, and it creates an avant-garde, modern look.
Our recommendation: Hztyyier Store's Small Iron Musician Sculpture
4. Painted Old Instrument
Do you have an old instrument that you're ready to retire? Or maybe you managed to find an old one in a thrift store, or picked one up secondhand?
Let your creativity flow by turning it into a statement art piece. Of course, you don't have to paint an old instrument. You can also paint current ones and use them in performances.
It'll be a great conversation piece, and back home, you can display it just the same.
5. Neon Music Sign
Small neon signs are a great way to add both mood lighting and decor all at once to a bedroom.
Lights in the right color, coupled with the perfect words to display your love of music, are a fantastic choice. Plus, they add an air of showmanship and theater, which fits the music theme even more.
Our recommendation: Jadetoad Store's Custom Dimmable Neon Sign
6. Sheet Music Flowers
Flowers are a staple bedroom decoration. Fake flowers are a common choice among those who don't have the green thumbs, money, or time to maintain regular fresh ones.
Why not add them to your music bedroom with a twist? Photocopy or print some sheet music, look up a video tutorial on how to fold flowers out of paper, and create a beautiful bouquet of flowers filled with musical notes!
Our recommendation: Always In Blossom's Vintage Sheet Music Rose
7. Wall Record Display
Are you a bit of a hipster with your music? If so, you likely collect vinyl records and have a record player!
Displaying some old records on your wall next to their sleeves is a great way to recycle old or no longer-functional records. You don't have to follow the pictured pattern, either; it's up to you how you decorate!
8. Music-Loving Plant Pot
Have you ever heard that music can help plants to grow better? Why not give your plants an extra big boost with this nifty headphone display idea?
Grab a plant pot, paint a happy face on it, and stretch your headphones onto them for a quick way to store them in an interesting way for your bedroom.
9. Wall-Mounted Guitar Holder
A lot of people use simple guitar stands to hold their guitars. You've probably only seen wall-mounted holders in music stores. But there's nothing stopping you from bringing that concept into your bedroom!
Learn how to install holders for your instruments on the wall, and you'll get a storage solution and cool display all in one.
Our recommendation: SNIGJAT Store's Guitar Wall Mount
10. Continuous Framed Sheet Music
There's an art trend that involves splitting up one single, large image into multiple continuous frames side-by-side.
This creates a unique appearance that's more aesthetically interesting than just one single landscape. Why not do that with sheet music?
Choose a piece or song that you really like and have large sheet music printed out or painted for them of your favorite part. Split up the sheet into a number of different, equally-sized sections, then frame each one.
11. Record Shelf
Keep your records nice and tidy underneath your record player using something as simple as a shelf.
This straightforward storage option is a great way to save space while ensuring that your bedroom still openly showcases the things you love most.
12. Minimalist Headphone Stand
Remember when we talked about minimalist decor options? You can get some pretty cool, hyper-modern minimalist headphone stands out there!
This pictured one uses curved frosted glass and wood to provide a classy and elegant sculpture. The cool thing about stands like this is that they have an aesthetic purpose even when they're not being used.
Our recommendation: QinCoon's Walnut Wood and Aluminum Stand
13. Keyboard by the Window
Do you have an electronic keyboard or a similar item? Set it up in your bedroom, right in front of a window. Decorate the windowsill with various inspirational items.
There's something very romantic and cinematic about working on your music while you gaze out at the world beyond your four walls.
14. Vintage Record Player
If you're an avid record collector, you can showcase your commitment to that hobby by investing in a vintage record player, or a gramophone.
These items are delightfully old-timey and are awesome additions to a relaxed bedroom environment. A vintage gramophone is also a good conversation starter and can create an opulent or regal atmosphere in a bedroom.
Our recommendation: LuguLake Record Player
15. Art Series
Portraits, paintings, and posters are all common ways to decorate a bedroom. If your bedroom is music-themed, all you have to do is make that art fit the vibe!
If you truly want to make a statement, you can opt to have multiple different music-related works of art on your bedroom wall.
This works best when you can have a whole series of similar pictures that are coordinated with each other.
Our recommendation: VVOVV Music Instrument Wall Art
16. Music Stickers
An easy and inexpensive way to add musical themes to your bedroom is through stickers. When you can't afford all the fancy decor, turn normal, standard items into music-themed ones by slapping a few stickers on them.
The great part about stickers is that there are some for every known band, musical instrument, and genre under the sun. You can even get some images printed out onto sticker paper for a more DIY approach to the idea.
Our recommendation: TUYOART's Rock and Roll Music Stickers
17. Cassette Wall
Sure, cassettes are a bit of a thing of the past these days. If you have old cassettes from the good old years, chances are that a lot of them don't really run anymore.
And if they do, there are easier ways to access all your favorite old hits in this modern era! Instead of throwing your cassettes out or storing them in a box forever, turn them into an artistic statement on a feature wall.
Arrange your cassettes evenly on one wall of a bedroom for an eye-catching decorative work of art!
18. Music Box
Music boxes are classic, elegant, and the perfect addition to any bedroom. They're great for keeping various items in and can be placed, proudly displayed, on top of a dresser or bedside table.
The wide variety of music box types means that you'll be able to find many different kinds and designs to best fit the desired look. You can pick and choose the songs you'd like them to play.
If you have the dough to spend, there are artisans who will create custom music boxes with the songs you want!
19. Lyric Letterboard
Letterboards are great for customizable messages. In a music-themed bedroom, they're the perfect way to spell out some of your favorite inspirational lyrics.
They can be like a daily affirmation for you to read. Since you can change the lyrics any time, they're also pretty versatile and will be waiting eagerly when your tastes change.
Our recommendation: TRENDARTI's 16 x 12 Inch Letterboard
20. “Follow The Music” Decal
This isn't exactly a decoration for the bedroom itself, but it's such a cool idea related to one!
If you're able to decorate your entire house and aren't restricted to just your bedroom, you can apply a “follow the music” decal that leads up the stairs or through the halls.
This decal will basically act as footprints that go to your bedroom. It really makes a statement!
21. Music Highlight Collage Walls
Music walls don't have to be perfectly organized. Cut out highlights from musical moments that you love, whether they're from magazines, albums, or tickets.
Then paste them onto your wall in a hectic collage that speaks to the heart of your love for music. Don't want to stick things directly onto a wall? Worried that it'll be a mess and you'll regret it?
Use a corkboard or magnetic board instead for a smaller, more controlled brand of chaos!
22. Music Snowglobe
Snowglobes don't have to just be for houses and winter landscapes. If you shop smartly, you'll be able to find ones that contain musical elements.
These simple but effective decorations are a great finishing touch to an otherwise too-bare surface.
Our recommendation: NON ROCK Piano Water Globe
23. Decorated Piano
If you have a piano in your bedroom and it's completely bare, you're missing out on an awesome decorating opportunity!
Put lightweight decorative items onto your piano's body to really tie it into your bedroom and make it feel like home.
24. Color-Coordinated Record Feature Wall
We're already talked about putting old records on the walls. But what about a color-coordinated feature wall for your old vinyl? Pick a color that you like and paint one wall in your bedroom in that color.
Then, hang up records in that color on it to create a 70s-style retro design!
25. Tucked Away Speaker
A lot of people have speakers for their music that sit out openly on tables and tops. That's perfectly fine, but what about having a well-organized shelf where a speaker can be permanently tucked in?
This allows you to simply blast music without needing to think about space for the output.