February 10, 2021
When it comes to unique bedrooms the location can have a major impact on just how amazingly unique they can be. Here we are exploring some stunning bedrooms from around the world.
Sleeping with the fishes takes on a whole new meaning here! Imagine waking up to this stunning underwater world.
Below is a room from the Maldives Rangali Islands Resort. This room is usually used as a restaurant area but they introduced the bedroom concept to celebrate the hotel's fifth anniversary.
For those who want to feel like Royalty when they wake up these palatial boudoirs will tick all the right boxes. This bedroom in the Herrenchiemsee Palace is completely over the top and fabulous. We are loving the gold decor and super swish chandelier. Go bold and go gold to re-create this look in your home.
We thought this was a unique take on a palatial bedroom at the Linderhof Palace. Psychedelic patterns and peacocks a plenty, what is there not to love!
We are all about Hotel Chic at Beds on Legs and are very envious of anyone who get to stay at this Safari Under the Stars wild escape in South Africa.
We are completely smitten with this Airbnb Atlanta tree house. The combination of twinkling fairy lights and lush green trees makes our heart skip a beat. This mesmerising tree house for grown ups comprises of three rustic cabins connected by suspended rope bridges.
You don't necessarily have to go to the woods in order to stay in a tree house. This beauty below was smack bang in the middle of London for a short while in 2016. You could enjoy city life and then escape to the tree house when it all got too much. The bedroom inside was Safari inspired and enjoyed amazing views across London.
We hope these bedrooms have inspired you to create a unique bedroom for yourself. We are thinking of landscape print wallpapers, bed canopies and unique lighting arrangements. Its time to get creative!
July 20, 2021
July 19, 2021
If you've been toying with the idea of a new bed but are wondering are upholstered beds still in style then the answer is a resounding yes!