A good night’s sleep is one of the best ways to be healthy, productive, and happy. And of course, a good night’s sleep starts in the bedroom. The best bedroom should feel like home, from its colors and textures to its bed frame, it should not be a place that makes you feel anxious or excited. The bedrooms in this post are not just beautiful, they are relaxing and each is luxurious in its own way: the perfect place to lay your head and dream sweet, designer dreams.
The first room, designed by Juraj Talcik, is an amazing space that appears to be nestled in the clouds. With sweeping views of the surrounding forests and smooth, lovely natural wood floors and pretty potted plants. The unique headboard is particularly notable as well, springing up and out from the bed frame to create a kind of partial, modern canopy.
The second bedroom comes from visualizer Duc Jimmi and is decidedly more feminine. The use of a few carefully chosen patterns, from the duvet to the cute wire desk chair, actually have a calming effect. The creative hidden lighting is also a soft and warm, perfect for getting ready for bed.
This bedroom, from Image Box Studio, uses an ultramodern palette with black and white taking center stage. The neutral scheme is offset by a pop of yellow in the upholstered armchair in the corner. Why not curl up with a good book before turning in for the night?
For a more urban option, check out this apartment bedroom from Alex Koretskiy. The gold wall treatment, with shimmering pain dripping down from the crown moulding and a contrast color of a lovely deep pink, create a urban sophistication for perfect sleep in the city.
A bold canopy bed may be right for some, but a comfy spot on the floor is enough for others. This simple, quirky bedroom includes a low platform bed and lovely turquoise accent wall. There is something warm, welcoming, and snuggly about the girly decor, too.
In another bedroom from the same designer, we see a more masculine approach to a similar atmosphere. The creative wall clock draws the eye and is not entirely relaxing. Still, creative hanging lights, simple white bedding, and cool blue walls tone the bedroom down to the level that’s right for night.
This warm bedroom in caramel brown uses textures to create its enveloping atmosphere.
With a modern nautical theme, this bedroom from designer Oksana Mukhina could rock you gently to sleep like a boat on the ocean. The whitewashed floor and walls are particularly reminiscent of a beach house, which must be the epitome of relaxation.
This Persian-inspired bedroom from Projek F is highly sophisticated. The leather headboard and Persian art are dark almost fragrant, begging for you to turn off the lights.
The final bedroom from designer Oksana Mukhina. Its white walls and simple linen bed are enough to make the small room feel large enough to hold an entire head full of dreams.
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