Everyone wants to feel like their bedroom is beautiful. It should be a place you feel comfortable, safe, and inspired. These bedrooms take this feeling to another level with creative elements from artwork to design features to light fixtures. Each one is unique and inviting.
The first bedroom in this collection is a distinctively urban design from visualizer Hai Peng. Reflective surfaces from walls to ceiling to shelving let the twinkling city lights below mingle with the soft indoor lighting scheme. The result is bright and modern room with a lively vibe.
Of course, style needn’t be relegated to high rises in the city. This suburban style groundfloor bedroom, with a garden just outside, still offers stylish comforts from luxurious linens to custom headboard and shelving unit.
This rustic bedroom proves that a cabin in the woods can come in many styles. With warm industrial concrete walls and natural wood furnishings, this creative bedroom marries the idea of city and solitude perfectly.
The worst part about this cozy nest of a bed in a futuristically round room is how difficult it would be to extract yourself from its clutches each morning. But there are worse problems to have.
Every bedroom needs to have a touch of romance. The simplicity of this room, from its clean platform bed to its modern answer to the classic wingback, is welcoming and warm without too much decadence. The perfect place to spend a quiet evening.
The bedroom takes a few of the same cues and keeps things simple, but here visualizer Quang Đạt has add some sultry art choices and deeper colors, giving it a bit more of an edge.
The turquoise and gray color combination smacks of modern trends. A private desk in one corner and comfy chair in the other makes this a room divided between pleasure and obligation.
As an alternative to the weekend in the cold, snowy, and treacherous mountains, spend a night beneath a glorious picture of them while staying warm and dry.
The asymmetrical headboard in this overwhelming wood paneled bedroom gives an otherwise rustic country room a deeply urban feel. A zebra striped rug adds a surprising splash of safari.
When a bedroom includes multiple textures, it becomes more welcoming. With soft rugs and blankets, paired with smooth walls and wiry light fixtures this artistic bedroom begs to be touched.
What creative spirit hasn’t dreamed of retreating to a private attic and channeling her own Virginia Woolf? This top floor bedroom has all the comforts of modern life with the closed in privacy of a forgotten spinster.
The burgundy accents in this artsy bedroom from ImageBox Studio are feminine without dipping too far into the girly.
Of course, the truth is that not all creative people are quite as fastidious as our inner designers would like to believe. In this messy interpretation of a creative life we see a glimpse of something that might be closer to reality for many artists (especially the teenage variety).
When everything is in its place, one room is all you need. This bedroom-cum-living-room is a clean and simple indication of that fact.
The artistic imagery in this particular bedroom leans much farther toward realism and artistic appreciation than it does towards Playboy pinup. Coupled with the modern design elements, like the massive floor lamp and mid-century chair, we get a modern bachelor pad that’s in no way embarrassing.
The massive portrait of modern antihero Walter White certainly sets the tone for this bedroom, that is really more television producer than meth producer.
This lovely bedroom has elements of indulgence – including a touchably textured duvet and barefoot-friendly rug – but still manages an overall feeling of zen.
An overhead light fixture that plays off the idea of a growing, sprouting branch reflects the paisley inspiration in the area rug below. Both contrast with the otherwise pervasive right angles throughout.
Using gray as a color palette can put a room in danger of feeling dingy, but instead the cool tones here are warm, natural, and inviting.
As soon as you challenge the notion that a bed must be square, you open yourself up to a world of artistic possibilities, like we find in this pretty bedroom.
For those of us that have trouble keeping houseplants alive, there are always blossoming branches, and of course artwork, that we can bring in for a touch of the living.
An otherwise less than notable design becomes much more intriguing when picture rails climb up one wall for a personal, and easily updated, design touch.
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