There are a lot of styles and patterns that you would want to choose from. However, these depend on a lot of factors - the overall height of the room, the size and shape of the room, the theme the room has been designed around, and your preference in terms of the style and lighting that will be centered on the ceiling.
When designing a room and ceiling around this theme, keep in mind the elements that are most important are wood, and warm, yellow lights that provide a soft glow. The clean lines of a modern design may remain, but with the help of the aforementioned elements they are slightly subdued for a comfortable look.
For the ultimate rustic look, wooden beams are the most popular elements that add to the aesthetics of the ceiling. If the design allows, have these wooden beams continue to the floor on an empty wall. Use intersecting wooden beams running across the ceiling, and put up hanging lights at the intersections.
You may follow the horizontal pattern if you are trying to widen the appearance of the room, while the vertical pattern may be used to narrow down a very wide room. In some cases, on sloped ceilings, wooden beams are used to highlight the edges of each slope, on which different light fixtures are then put up.
How to Choose a Good Bedroom Ceiling Design
~Height of the Room:
If you have a room with good ceiling height, there is no harm in having a fancy ceiling design that caters to your taste. However, if the ceiling is low height, it is better to avoid having a ceiling altogether. In such a case, the lighter the ceiling, the easier it will be to relax in the room.
Some Other Ceiling Designs
Ceiling should not be overbearing. It should enhance the aesthetic appeal of a room, not overpower it. This is particularly true for bedrooms as they can weigh down on you if they are too heavy, or add to the coziness if they are designed well. Keep it simple, comfortable, so that you can make the most of all the relaxation your beautiful room has to offer.