I LOVE THIS DROOPY BED. There are no other words to describe this bed. It’s droopy. And adorable. It reminds me of Harry Potter. Don’t ask me why. Besides the adorable droopy bed frame, I love the pattern on the comforter and pillows. Even though it’s a lot of patterns going on at once, there’s something antique-ly wonderful about the room. It’s old and lived-in, and just seems so inviting for a luxuriously lazy Sunday afternoon.
I’m not a huge fan of white everything because I often feel like it gives a very starchy, less warm vibe to the room which isn’t what I would want for a bedroom. However, I love the white walls and the white bed because of the darker, bolder accents in the room. I think using a trunk or a pile of suitcases as a nightstand is a brilliant idea. It’s antique-y without being dated, and it’s a great way to incorporate a very useful item into the room. I love the large, industrial-looking clock. Not only will I never forget the time, but it gives a masculine edge to the room. The girly part of this room is the “come with me” light-up phrase above the bed, but I find it inviting and cute in such a balanced room. Though stark at first, I rather love the nuances of its design.
I love the idea of a mixed-and-matched bed. Differently patterned pillows, sheets, comforters, and blankets within the same color scheme is a fun way to bring color into a room and keep it cozy. Though I love cleanliness and orderliness, sometimes you just want the comfort of tons of pillows and blankets without having to worry about what’s in order or if the shams match the comforter. Bedrooms should be warm and inviting! (Or at least that’s what I think.)
Though having curtain partitions for a room may not sound very glamorous, I like the idea of a sliding curtain dividing the room into smaller, more cozy areas. I treat my bedroom like a sanctuary and having the option of closing that curtain makes the “bedroom” more private. Also, I love the idea of a little table and two chairs as a sitting area within the living space. Couple that with exposed brick and a tree trunk as a table, and you’ve made a comfortable yet simple living arrangement.
There’s so much I like about this. I love the idea of branches used as a headboard. It makes the room look so natural and alive. I love the different colored and patterned pillows that are all neutral hues of brown and taupe to go with the nature-theme being subtly presented. Lastly, I love that brown shelf used as a night table. That is brilliant. That means at night I won’t be bumping myself against the legs of the nightstand as I fumble to the bathroom! It also just looks super cool.
Is it a playpen or a bed? I like that there isn’t much of a distinction. Beds should be fun! This reminds of me a safety raft of sleeping or something like that. I would feel so safe and happy and warm in this little nook of pillows and sheets. Plus, you can use the ledge for the occasional coffee cup in the morning or a good book. This is a definite must-have for me!
I love simple (as I’ve said time and time again). Though this space needs a bit of warming up, I love the simplicity of the bed frame and the easy access to a rolling rack of clothes. Plus, the high ceilings seem so majestic. It’s like living in your own castle! It just needs some comfy tapestries and pillows and smiling faces to live in it.
I seriously want to sleep in that cubbyhole. It’s like sleeping in a tree house, but without all the bugs and pesky draft! Seriously such a good idea when you need to save some space.
I love gothic-romantic details and this room is just dripping with old age romanticism.
Somehow, this is charming despite how little there is. But maybe it’s because there’s so little that it’s charming.
The idea of a bedshelf — like a bookshelf, but with a bed — is bloody brilliant.
Large windows are just so beautiful during the day. Even though I love my sleep, I don’t think I’d be able to stay in bed with the sun shining through window panes like that.
A blackboard as a wall? Which means you can write chalk messages or draw doodles everywhere?! Interior design must-have.
I don’t know what’s with my fixation about beds being in these weird alcoves, but the idea of cuddling up in a cubbyhole sounds so comfortable! I love the softness of the rounded archway to the bed and the windows on the inside. It would be lovely to wake up to sun streaming in through smaller windows in that circular bedroom. As a side note, I adore the raw wooden accents.
This is just the most space-efficient room I have ever seen. I love that the bed is located in some triangular, attic-like space that hangs above what looks like a kitchen! I don’t know how you get down or how you get up, but the space is brilliant. Bedshelves for the win!