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Who doesn’t like to enter a bedroom that seems so welcoming? Notwithstanding everyone’s choice of design, we need a bedroom that can serve as a cozy place of retreat. Perhaps, it is time to a makeover that bedroom of yours, already. Even if you seem not to figure how to start or what to do, get ready to be inspired, the ideas below will help you.
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
Roberto Nickson (Cover image), Devon Janse van Rensburg
Didgah Design Architecture Studio: In architecture, it is the boundaries that create the space. Most boundaries separate architecture from nature, as if architecture and nature are separate parts.
Project name
Nature room
Architecture firm
Didgah Design Architecture Studio
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA
Tools used
Autodesk Revit, Lumion 10, Adobe Photoshop
If you’re wondering how to clean your room for sleep that’s deeper and longer than you’ve experienced before, you’ve come to the right place. Learning how to clean your room might seem simple, or like something that doesn’t require much thought, but the truth is that the right approach and tactics can transform this ordinary chore into something th...
Written by
James Cothern
Photography
Alexander Kaunas, Garin Chadwick, Sidekix Media, nwar Hakim (cover image)
An Iranian architectural visualiser/designer, Amir Maleki envisions an idea of a minimal dream bedroom.
Project name
Minimal dream room
Architecture firm
Amir Maleki
Location
Hamedan, Iran
Tools used
SketchUp, Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer
The Istanbul-based Architectural visualiser/designer, Selami Bektaş envisioned a minimalist hotel room for winter holiday lovers. 
Project name
Dream
Architecture firm
Selami Bektaş
Location
Turkey
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
Fatma Çetin: I designed a calm area on the facade that dominates the view. The processed part of 55 m² area is a bedroom. I kept the glass windows as wide as possible in order to have the whole view. The design with dark colors was enlivened by lighting and accessories.
Project name
The Winter House
Architecture firm
Fatma Çetin
Location
Valldal, Norway
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
The architecture student Alessandro Pagliuca from university of Accademia Architettura Mendrisio - Switzerland has envisioned a cave villa inside an old abandoned quarry in island of Ponza, Italy.
Student
Alessandro Pagliuca
University
Accademia Architettura Mendrisio - Switzerland
Teacher
Architects Manuel and Francisco Aires Mateus
Tools used
ArchiCAD, Cinema 4D, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop