No matter if you are just an interior design aficionado, or if you are actually redecorating a certain division of your home – learning from the best is always a great place to start. Today, we’re showing you some of the best bedroom design projects from the top interior designers all over the world, sure to inspire you to redecorate for the new season.
The Rockwell’s Group work for this luxury hotel is astonishing and couldn’t stop ourselves from giving a special highlight to the bedrooms. The bedroom’s warm and open atmosphere is the result of the use of a muted colour palette which includes – wood-like floors, army-green mosaic tile, as well as striped drapes. Each room also features custom-designed and multipurpose furniture designs that also elevate the rooms to maximum comfort.
Bedroom Design by Marmol Radziner
As a regular guest of leading publications such as – Architectural Digest, Dwell, The New York Times Magazine, Wallpaper, Interior Design, and Architectural Record – Marmol Radziner is a must cover whenever showcasing the best design projects of the moment.
This beautiful bedroom is part of a bigger project, but we had to highlight this particular room. The pre-crafted, one-bedroom home was smartly considered to maximize the use of its compact footprint. The colour scheme is neutral and uncompromising which conveys it with a lovely sense of eternal elegance.
Bedroom Design by Michael Smith
The old Hollywood elite’s favourite, Casa del Mar Hotel in Santa Monica, has been revived with modern-day amenities and some luxurious upgrades courtesy of celebrity designer Michael S. Smith. We especially loved the work done in the rooms; the multi-level Penthouse suites which are reminiscent of Italian seaside villas and feature eclectic Venetian-designed furnishings, featuring custom designed alder and walnut furnishings throughout, with particular attention to the use of a variety of hues and textures.
Bedroom Design by Timothy Corrigan
Timothy Corrigan is the owner of Chateau du Grande-Lucé, located in Le Grand-Lucé, in France’s Loire Valley. The chateau and its gardens are listed as French National Landmarks. This French Chateau was built between 1760 and 1764, so stepping inside it, is a complete time travel experience. – While most of the rooms are very formal, the subtle pops of colour, whether it be on the walls or fabrics – keep the space looking far from a museum.
“I didn’t want the place to take itself too seriously. We’re not in a museum. The message is, we’re just having fun.”
Bedroom Design at the Hotel Faena in Buenos Aires by Philippe Starck
Philippe Starck is one of the main French interior designers of the moment and is known for his incredible vision on interior design as well as design styles in general. He always creates a unique atmosphere in any place he decorates, and the work done for the Hotel Faena in Argentina is no exception. The furniture has been meticulously chosen in order to create an environment that unveils perfect visual harmony.
Bedroom Design by Piet Boon Studio
Piet Boon is one of the most important and iconic designers of our time, belonging to the list of ‘most famous Dutch architects and interior designers’. This ‘Paris Luxury Apartment’ is just another proof of Piet Boon Studio’s remarkable work. We especially love the bedroom where beautiful hues of turquoise, elevate this modern master bedroom to a place of luxuriant tranquility.
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