Of all the rooms in your house, your bedroom is the last space you see at night and the first thing you see when you open your eyes in the morning. It’s a place for relaxation and rejuvenation. Hence, it is important to create a calming mood when conceptualizing bedroom design decorating ideas.
The Algarrobos House by Jose Maria Saez and Daniel Moreno Flores provokes our imagination with a wooden mezzanine built under the skylight. Above the kitchen and dining space, this platform made of equal beams is flooded with natural light via glass panes.
Children can benefit from a repetitive decorative theme, like two softly colored canopy beds mirroring each other in a serene environment. Another one of Jackye Lanham‘s creations, this bedroom combines flower-patterned linens with decorative seashells, making my mind drift from canopies to sailboats.
An open canopy on a patterned wallpaper background brings the chance to create an eclectic bedroom like the one photographed by Miles Redd.
Zen style furniture is characterized by simple and clear lines, avoiding complicated detail and excess ornamentation. The furniture should be high quality and made of natural materials as these bring a sense of warmth and relaxation. Storage pieces (closets, cupboards, chests of drawers) may be brought to life if painted in colours matching the rest of the interior. As the bedroom is usually the key room of a zen interior, here are some special recommendations for bedroom furniture:
Offering abundant wood and books, this relaxing bedroom seems perfect for a gentleman who enjoys both urban and imagination planes. The bedroom by Greenauer Design Group uses the available space to create a dreamy mood. Overlooking the city below, the bed accesses natural light in the morning, waking you up naturally.
This Tuscan Villa by JMA Interior Decoration provokes our creativity with its pleasant mix of colors. Once again, purple, green and white team up to shape a warm and welcoming bedroom design. A beautiful canopy bed thrones under the purple ceiling.
You might stumble upon silk, ebony and gilt before you understand you are in the presence of a luxurious piece of furniture. The luscious canopy bed above was photographed at designer Anouska Hempel‘s manor house in Wiltshire, England.
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