24 Breathtaking Rooms That Will Inspire You To Make Your Bed.

24 Breathtaking Rooms That Will Inspire You To Make Your Bed. May 4, 2020

The shapes and sizes of most homes have changed drastically over a thousand years, but there’s one thing that has always remained the same. We’re talking about our desire to create sophisticated interiors that are approachable and comfortable to live in. The interiors, furnishings, and architectural marvels you’re about to see will knock your socks off. And although some of these rooms will make you cringe because they’re so out of our price range, you might be able to get some ideas to improve your home’s Feng Shui. Now obviously, some of these people had plenty of time and money to turn a basic room into something complex, but there’s always a way to keep it budget-friendly if you DIY some pieces, visit the local flea market, or wait for a great bargain on Ebay. So take a look and prepare to be inspired on your next decor project!You’ll feel like Fred Flintstone as you and the family lay on a bunch of pillow-type cushions on the floor, while bonding over a blockbuster film on the wall. This brings a whole new meaning to term “home entertainment.”

This residence in Minneapolis, Minnesota contains cedar as well as floor-to-ceiling glass walls that allow you to enjoy everything that Mother Nature has to offer. You have to admit that it’s better than eating in the living room and watching TV.

Not only do you get an angled ceiling, but you also have a customized bookcase. And since you’re in the attic, you’ll be able to read for hours in absolute peace and quiet. Plus, the window allows natural light to come in, which is always better when you’re reading a book anyway.

This hotel is located in South Tyrol in Northern Italy, and it has a tall lounge which provides you with a wonderful view of the Italian Dolomites. The room is also centered around a fireplace, so you can stay toasty warm at night or during the winter.

There’s something oddly futuristic, but at the same time, slightly reminiscent of Marge Simpson’s kitchen because of the bold orange colors. But we’re sure Marge would trade Homer for that stainless Eat-In Counter with white drawers and shelves.

It’s almost as though the artist mixed oil and water to create this kaleidoscope effect. Also, the way that the windows reflect the color makes it seem as though the sky outside of the impressive view has also had a multi-colored paint spill.

The free-standing bathtub is positioned perfectly so that you can look out towards the private courtyard and relax. It’ll feel like you’re in a spa. So if you have enough space in your bathroom, you might want to think about renovating.

You would definitely find your zen if this was your bedroom. This view is located on the Zaya Nurai Island, and you can either walk out towards the glass balcony and breathe in the fresh ocean air or you can just lay in bed from sunrise to sunset.

You’ll feel like you’ve been transported into a James Bond movie. There’s something mysterious, expensive, and twisted about this room. It will definitely bring out your inner Bond villain.

Those three windows in the room allow you to take a look at the city from different angles, and those exposed brick walls are simply outstanding. You can’t tell us that you wouldn’t grab a book from the shelf, put your feet up on the coffee table and read all day.

The living room has wooden panels, which ups the class quite a bit. Add a piano and some expensive furniture and you’ll have people walking on egg shells when you serve them tea, because they don’t want to spill anything on your carpets.

It’s got that barnyard church feel to it, but it’s actually a spacious kitchen and dining area. The beams and joists are made of natural wood, but it’s the open space in the interior that will make you want to wish this was your place.

Make sure you’re near an ocean front like this space in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico. You have the best of both worlds here because you can lounge by the area that has a ceiling in case it rains, or you can free yourself and lay in the outdoor area and watch the waves.

It has a B&B feel to it. Not only do you get a bed, but some comfy chairs and a fireplace too. Oh, and did we mention the view? You may find it difficult to find any faults in this bedroom, well, except for the chandelier, which may be too posh for some.

The dining area has a picnic-style table that is jaw dropping. Plus, look at all the counterspace in that kitchen! You’ll never complain about not having enough room to cut your veggies. Imagine cooking and eating while gazing at the surrounding hills.

This architectural design is from Japan and will definitely give your guests something to talk about, like for example, how the heck did you drive an expensive sports car into your home and how do you get it out of that space underneath?

This bachelor pad offers a mixture of modern and industrial style. You’ll feel like a rich socialite as you lounge around in that comfy couch watching television from that tiny TV set. On second thought, you might want to consider upgrading to a projector-based media system.

The ceiling has been customized to include exposed joists and a skylight. The wooden accents on the ceiling were made using reclaimed woods. And don’t you just love the stainless-steel fridge and those bar stools on the kitchen island?

This swimming pool was built in a converted farmhouse in Guimaraes, Portugal. The kind of work that went into this is impressive. It feels more like a futuristic aquarium than an indoor pool. It’s enough to make you want to grow fins.

It was designed in a renovated apartment and it’s so tall that it feels like you’ve got two floors in one. Not only do you get a clear view of the green shrubs and plants outside, but you can also see the pool through the panels, which are made of thick glass.

If you love the color gray then you’ll definitely enjoy the brutalist element of this living room. With its floor to ceiling glass windows you’ll get a great view of the outside. The fireplace suspended from the ceiling might seem a bit unusual, but you’ll be glad you have it when the temperature drops.

You can spend all day taking a dip in the pool outside, or you can lay on the lounge chair and work on your tan. If that doesn’t suit you, you can sit on the couch and meditate while looking out the window and enjoying the view of the trees.

The Nojiri-ko Nature Platforms make this architectural piece a stunning one. There’s virtually no privacy and everyone can pretty much talk to each other or keep to themselves. It’s designed to feel like a loft but it has several platforms so you can read or cook on one floor, while you sip tea on the second floor, or read a book on the top platform.

The sitting area is made of a mixture of concrete, larch wood and iron. It’s also got a fireplace and a glass door that lets natural light in. But most importantly, it was designed to be comfortable because when you think about it, we spend most of our lives indoors.