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Jumpstart Your Day: 5 Bedrooms You’d Love to Stay In

Prepare the comfy pillows and get ready for a well-deserved slumber

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Photography: Dairy Darilag (Main Photo)

Happy Friday! As we look forward to another refreshing weekend, we also can’t wait to stay in the bedroom longer to catch up on sleep. To inspire you to give your private sanctuary an upgrade, we compiled five calming spaces that you will surely love.

Meant for the owners’ future children, this bedroom has a neutral yellow-and-gray color scheme that’s perfect for a boy or girl.

What we love: The framed photos from the owners’ trips. You can also spruce up a plain wall by displaying photographs, prints, and wallpaper in uniformed or different frames.

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Photo by Dairy Darilag.

This master bedroom showcases a floating bed with a tapered base. It is cozy and airy – given the high ceiling lined with rattan.

What we love: The Pinoy elements that make the space unique. You may also use Filipino-inspired elements for your space. Click here to learn more.

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Photo by Jun Pinzon.

This bedroom in a Scandinavian-inspired family home highlights a queen-sized bed from Blims Fine Furniture and a floor lamp from Triboa Bay Living.

What we love: The view of the skyline courtesy of the huge windows! For your own space, opt for windows that let natural light in while giving you a fantastic view of the outdoors. If you’re wary of the heat, you can always use sheer white curtains or Roman shades.

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Photo by Dairy Darilag.

This attic bedroom looks airy because of the use of white, wood, and green.

What we love: The light colors that make the small space seem breezy. If you also have a small bedroom, you can always choose customized pieces to fill the space. Click here for color schemes that work well in tiny spaces.

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Photo by Dairy Darilag.

Found in a nature-inspired home in Batangas, this master bedroom showcases a four-poster bed and a canopy over the bed.

What we love: The warm vibe of the colors and pieces added. It also has a touch of whimsy because of the canopy. You can create the same vibe by crafting your own! Click here to learn how.

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Photo by Miguel Nacianceno.

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