Best bedroom designs in the world

If you are looking for designs for the bedroom in your home, you can use the inspiration of some modern bedroom design that is following trends in 2011. Many selection of colors, models and a combination of beautiful furnishings that make this bedroom looks minimalist and elegant.

There is also a bedroom coupled with a bath in one room, this design is designed by Semsa. Design modern bedroom located above the orange carpet patterned yellow designed by Nemanja, If you are looking for unique designs, you can use the inspiration of modern bedrooms with wall and roof decoration are creative and have strong art, and many more the following modern bedroom designs that can inspire you. Please look at modern bedroom designs below, hopefully you get inspiration and new trends in designing your bedroom at home.

This ingenious bedroom design is an entire loft bedroom that securely hangs from the ceiling, providing a sleeping space that makes use of high ceilings. Positioned as it is within this particular room, the loft still leaves enough room for adults to stand up beneath it, but is low enough to easily walk into from the elevated portion of the space. The back surface of the loft could even be used as a movie screen.

Although it may seem a little cold and very dangerous if you come home drunk and don’t know how to swim, but this is probably the coolest modern bedroom we have ever seen.

At Berlin’s Propeller Island City Lodge, each of the 30 rooms is weird in its own way. This one was designed to look like a brightly painted medieval town, with an ultra-mini golf course surrounding the castle bed.

Most parents want to surround their children with books, but most don’t take that advice quite so literally. This bookcase bedroom designed by Point Architects in Tokyo is a great example of a Japanese approach to space-saving interior design: why have walls or bookshelves when you can have both in one?

Styles of bedroom ideas

French-style bedroom

Number 10 French style painted furniture, like the Feather & Black bed, looks pretty and makes a room feel cool, calm and elegant. Combine with crisp, white bed linen from The White Company and a few floral cushions for a truly romantic feel.

Leather furniture bedroom

A neutral colour scheme, deep mahogany furniture and a sturdy leather bed with a subtle pink-striped bedspread from Lee Longlands make this master bedroom appeal to both sexes. The bedside table, lamps and mirror frame, also in soft brown leather, add a tactile element to the room.

Boudoir-chic bedroom

Indulge your love of the girly boudoir by choosing antique-style, delicate furniture and embossed metal pieces. A traditional-style dressing table from French Style Company sets the tone and is teamed with boudoir-chic accessories like the dressmaker’s dummy from Velvet. Stick to a neutral colour scheme to keep the room looking grown-up.

Bedroom storage

Box shelves from B&Q are hung symmetrically above the bed provide storage that?s as practical as it is eye-catching. The seven-drawer chest from New Heights is great for clearing clutter ,and the wall light is handily located on the wall, freeing up the bedside table.

Formal bedroom

This bedroom is a great place to unwind. This ultra calm space is given a touch of glamour with a sophisticated colour scheme of midnight blue, deep plum and grey, with luxurious bed linen from Marks & Spencer. Floating shelves from Dwell are a great way to display accessories without taking up too much space. Matching pendant lights add a formal touch.

Vibrant purple bedroom

This bedroom uses a vibrant purple so the scheme doesn?t feel gloomy, and combines a patterned wallpaper from Osborne & Little in a corresponding tone. Matching purple accessories, like the cushions, continue the palette, and plush velvets and silks add to the opulent feel that purple creates.

Traditional bedroom

Neutral coir carpets balance the patterned Laura Ashley wallpaper so the bedroom doesn?t seem too busy, and TK Maxx bedding perfectly merges two colours. A large basket at the foot of the bed is a softer alternative to a wooden trunk.

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