5 Bedroom Ideas that You Can Do
If you’re thinking of giving your private space a new look, consider showcasing your passions and filling it with things you love
Sprucing up your bedroom can be a bit tricky especially when you want to display all of your collections, hang tons of prints, and decorate it with just about every charming piece there is.
While we all want a personalized space, we still need to give priority to comfort and functionality. If you’re looking for “peg worthy” rooms, then these five spaces may just be what you’re looking for.
Main photos by Ocs Alvarez/ACME Visual Productions and Dairy Darilag.
We’re sure you’ve experienced days when getting out of bed is not an option. You’d rather sleep all day than hit the gym or exercise. To help you with your fitness goals and to motivate you to keep your routine, why not place your gym equipment by the bed? This will surely remind you about your workout!
In a family home reminiscent of a Mediterranean villa or Mexican casa, the boy’s bedroom highlights blue as the dominant color while the gym equipment complete the space.
Before going to bed, some of us prefer to read a book, listen to some tunes, and play the guitar (or any instrument!). In photographer Miguel Nacianceno’s apartment, recycled furniture and personal collections liven up the home. The bedroom showcases simplicity and comfort as seen in the storage solutions that enable him to find essentials quickly. The guitar by the bed serves as additional décor, too.
In this country-inspired home, wooden furniture and affordable finds add warmth and coziness to the space. Owned by a family of bookworms, this house deserves to have a space for their hundreds of reading materials.
Located in the main bedroom of the house, the compact library enables the occupants to have some quiet reading time before bedtime. You may consider adding shelves to your personal space as well. Aside from displaying your favorite reads, you can also accessorize it with charming knickknacks.
According to color psychology, blue is perfect for the bedroom as it gives off a cool and calming effect. In this bedroom found in an elegant loft, soft shades of blue tie the look together – from the full tufted headboard to the pillows, sheets, and drapes.
In this unit owned by architect Liza Morales-Crespo, the space was utilized with just enough sunlight and ventilation. Picture windows were installed in the bedrooms to let the sunlight in while the glass walls in the hallways reflect daylight.
Given these factors, the master bedroom is bathed in light – with the glass panels on top of the headboard reflecting the natural light that comes in. With this design and resourcefulness, energy is saved as there’s no need to turn on the lights during the day.
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