Bedroom Sets

Complete Bedroom Furniture Sets

Don't let your bedroom become cluttered with mismatched furniture. Purchase one of our bedroom suites instead! Furniture.com carries everything you need to fill your personal space with beautiful decor. These matching sets come with bed frames, dressers, nightstands & chests, so you don't have to waste your time putting together a room piece by piece. Browse our diverse selection of modern, rustic and traditional bedroom suites that come in every finish imaginable. Keep your comfort zone orderly with a conveniently coordinated bedroom set. More

How to Choose a Bedroom Suite

Whether outfitting a grand master suite or a tiny corner bedroom, the furniture you choose should speak to what makes you feel happy, relaxed and comforted. Instead of losing sleep over individually selecting beds, dressers, mirrors, nightstands and media chests or armoires, consider shopping for a bedroom set. With a variety of pieces to choose from, bedroom sets make it easy to find a furniture package with the right designs, sizes, and colors to turn any room into a cozy retreat.

Choosing Size & Budget

Because beds are the largest pieces in most bedrooms, begin by measuring your space to determine whether a twin, twin XL, full, queen or king will fit best. While it's tempting to cram the biggest possible bed into your space, this can actually make your room more cramped than comfortable. To leave plenty of space to move around freely, plan for a few feet between each piece of furniture. For small rooms, slatted or see-through headboards or footboards give the appearance of openness.

To make the most of small budgets, bedroom sets offer many multi-purpose furniture options. Browse deals online for stylish and affordable bedroom sets for sale under $1000, $600, $500, $400 and $300. While those with larger rooms may want to consider 5, 6 or 7-piece sets, three-piece sets with furniture groups that can pull double duty are ideal for tiny spaces. For extra storage, consider platform or captain-style beds with built-in drawers. Nightstands with drop-down leaves can serve as desks in a pinch. Likewise, stylish armoires add sophistication to any room, but can also easily hold TVs, electronics or clothing.

Deciding on the Style

Using bedroom suites to create balanced arrangements of furniture is a simple way to please the eye and add quiet refinement to bedrooms. Whether your tastes are classic or contemporary, bedroom sets also coordinate perfectly. Simply choose two identical pieces, such as nightstands or coordinating footboards and headboards. You could also elevate the depth and symmetry of your design by adding matching designer mirrors. The soft, curving lines of sleigh, poster or canopy beds create beautiful, traditional elegance, while nice, sleek, minimalist furniture complements modern homes.

Picking out Colors

Choosing the best color for a bedroom set is all about defining the room's atmosphere. Pale neutral paint colors or wood finishes pair well with light-colored walls or bedding for an airy, open feel. Consider rich cherry, white or walnut wood stains for traditional bedrooms, and black, gray or espresso brown finishes for modern ones. Furniture with metal, glass or mirrored elements, such as drawer pulls or tabletops can also add extra sparkle and character. For a pop of color, try luxurious upholstered headboards. In addition to creating an instant focal point, cloth-covered headboards can also be reupholstered later with different colors to change the look of the room.

Selecting Materials

Whether you want affordable decor for your first dorm room or a quality collection that will become a family heirloom, picking the right bedroom set comes down to considering the right materials for your needs. While solid hardwoods like oak, mahogany and walnut are sturdy and long-lasting, they tend to be heavy, big-ticket items. They are great for those in established homes, though not ideal for people who move frequently. Wood laminate and particle board options are lighter and more affordable, but also tend to be less durable.