We all have slightly different tastes and preferences when it comes to what appeals to us from an aesthetic point of view and bedroom design is certainly no different in that respect.
The one thing that most of us agree on is we all want to retire for the evening to a bedroom that is welcoming and helps to put you in a relaxed and positive frame of mind, so that you can enjoy a restful sleep and wake up reinvigorated the next morning.
Here are some bedroom design ideas that might help you to find that perfect bedroom that we would all love to have in our home.
This colorful loft apartment located in the central region of Belo Horizonte, Brazil, was re-modeled by Gislene Lopes who reinvented the personality of the home by applying some really strong color and intriguing textures. Eech piece of interiors is carefully chosen and make sure they keep their own feature and can transit smoothly from one to the other. The best thing I love about this place is its fabulous view which can be enjoyed from every room.
There are so many great examples of how to utilize space in small apartment and we just featured an extreme example of a 16Sqm flat converted from a former master bathroom. Designer are trying really hard to make each inch of the space and some people might don’t like it since it is just too complicated. In those designs, mostly like you don’t have your dedicated bedroom area – you either sleep on a convertible sofa or have your bed in the air. There are nothing wrong with it, but someone might not want to go that extreme and still want comfortable, spacious and modern looking living space. Hence, we picked this creative apartment of Cristina Bordoiu, Romania based architect and interior designer, who successfully created a two-room feeling crib out of 40Sqm.
This incredible small apartment (130 Square Feet = 16 square meters) in Paris just create a record among those ingeniously designed tiny cribs featured on Designswan. Converted from a former master bedroom, this micro-apartment has almost everything you need as a bachelor. Thanks to its high ceiling, architects Marc Baillargeon and Julie Nabucet is able to create an elevated platform between the living zone and kitchen, which is not only effectively separate two functional area but also hide a sofa bed to accommodate inhabitants’ living needs. Moreover, you can fully hide the bed to create more space if needed. With all those creative and inspiring ideas, this tiny apartment has fully functional kitchen and bathroom, an eating area, a studying area and a living & sleeping area. The only thing seems missing for me is a wash machine but it is still hard to believe all the rest is only built on 130 Square Feet surface. Anyway, let’s enjoy the photos and get some inspiration of effective utilizing limited space.