The most important and sacred space in our home is our bedroom! It’s our happy place, a space where we can simply sprawl on our bed and de-stress after a long day of adulting. My bedroom is quite honestly my favorite place and my ultimate safe haven. However, in our modern urban homes, with their limited amount of space, it can be a task to do up our bedroom exactly the way we want to! But that doesn’t mean we do not try. Here’s a collection of inspiring and gorgeous bedroom designs that will surely prove to be major interior goals for you! These comforting and minimal bedroom designs will get you motivated to give your bedroom the makeover it truly deserves. Enjoy!
Designed by Reza Mohtashami, this bedroom at Skypoint Villa features an all-black aesthetics with dark wooden flooring to complement it. The open room is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows, and a skylight instead of a typical ceiling, giving you beautiful views all over. It’s the perfect master bedroom to relax and unwind in.
Every bedroom deserves its privacy, after all, it is the place where you can let yourself be. Vasyl Ambroziak’s bedroom visualization gives you this privacy but without the boring walls! Using a glass wall to partition between the bedroom and the raw concrete exterior wall, Vasyl adds an explosion of green in place of a boring old wallpaper. In fact, as the plants change with the season, you get a unique backdrop and of course the calmness of being surrounded by such a green space.
Designed by Ann Mar, this minimal bedroom is probably one of the most peaceful and quaint bedrooms I’ve ever come across. The bed is almost sunken into a hollow space on the floor, giving the impression that it is floating! One of the walls is almost entirely replaced by a window, providing an unparalleled view that is a rarity to find nowadays!
This glass-enclosed bedroom at the Eco House Merisi in Adjara, Georgia has breathtaking views of mountains clad in snow! It is the coziest little bedroom ever. You can literally take a nap amongst the mountains in here!
Designed by Anna Kireeva, this bedroom in a house called ‘In The Woods’, is truly placed right in the middle of a forest! A floating bed is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows, that provide access to the woods around it, creating a space that is the true definition of indoor-outdoor living.
This bedroom in The Butterfly House is rustic, raw, and real. An organic wooden theme follows the entire room, with a little wooden swing chair outside the window, adding an outdoorsy element. The rustic floor and ceiling perfectly complement the desert in which the home is located.
Designed by Charlotte Taylor and Nicholas Préaud, this beautiful bedroom in Casa Atibaia in São Paulo is a prime specimen of Brazilian modernism. It’s a warm and open space highlighted by stonework, plants, and soft subtle colors. It attempts to be a living space that co-exists with nature, rather than encroaching upon it.
Using wooden paneling to create a geometric contrast, this interior design by Max Shpak, Roman Kravchenko, Vladyslav Hreben, Alexander Lukyanenko, and Lena Sever’s Berlin House is a bright airy space without being overly feminine.
A high vaulted ceiling, a wooden pedestal that stretches up to the ceiling in an unbroken line, and the subtle light underneath the bed – this bedroom interior by Taras Kaminskiy & Veronika Mulieieva named Urban Jungle has tranquility. The light under the bed makes the bed almost levitate, inducing a calming effect the moment you step into this room, draining away all your worries.
Andrea West rekindles our love for accent walls with this dark accent wall that actually helps to highlight the bed with its blond headboard!