“Bed is a bundle of paradoxes; we go to it with reluctance, yet we quit it with regret; and we make up our minds every night to leave it early, but we make up our bodies every morning to keep it late.” This was the opinion of famous 18th century writer Charles Caleb Colton. But whatever are the ironies associated with beds, there is no doubt that everyone wants a stylish and relaxing bedroom for a good night’s rest.
This remains constant whether you occupy a tiny one room apartment or a luxurious penthouse. Today we will show you eight bedrooms that would be perfect for Malaysian apartments. Yes, it's true! In any of these rooms, you'll feel as breezy in the hot summer months as you would in the height of winter…
Seek cool comfort in a bedroom custom made for the city apartments. It boasts a standard size, a small balcony with spectacular views and a comfortable storage bed – a key feature for any small bedroom.
The extensive storage arrangements prove to be a big advantage. Other items of décor, like the nightstands and lighting fixtures, are ideal for a space like this.
This spacious bedroom turns out to be a nature lover’s paradise. The essentials of the room—a fashionable bed, nightstand and modern dressers—have been kept as minimal as possible.
The colour scheme is dominated by white and pale shades of grey. The lighting fixtures are chic but not at all ostentatious. Beautiful garden, visible through the large glass windows, is its best embellishment.
The owners of this home show how to focus on comfort and yet create a very chic space for a restful night’s sleep.
It is decorated with a tiny breakfast table with two Eero Saarinen chairs, modish nightstands and glass windows offering panoramic views of the city. Oh yes! It has a comfortable bed to sleep on, too. Natural wood flooring makes the otherwise understated décor look regal.
This is certainly a room with a fantastical view and thankfully, you need not look outside in search of it. If you want to decorate a bedroom in a slightly different way, then take your cues from this lavish space. Styled with a comfortable wooden bed, oriental nightstand, Moroccan lamp and rustic chair, this appears to be the bedroom of dreams.
The feature wall accented with pebbles is one of its biggest assets. The bedroom is not low on functionality, either—it has an en suite bathroom as well.
A cosy bedroom with extensive storage space is necessary for many small to mid-size apartments in Malaysia. The minimalist interior of this bedroom shows how to fulfil it.
A large wardrobe occupies a side completely. The other side is dedicated to a simple bed and more wall cabinets. The all white room is bright and sunny and has access to a spacious balcony with a view.
This trendy bedroom resolves one of the most acute maladies of the modern time, namely living in a space crunched home. It occupies a corner and is separated from the other areas of the home by sliding doors.
Aside from the platform bed, the room is also styled with shelves and bookcases. This is a smart way of creating a peaceful bedroom for those living in one room apartments in cities like Kuala Lumpur.
This urban home is decorated with a comfortable bed, rustic nightstands and benches. Though necessary, none of these are its most noteworthy feature.
This room deserves a special mention because of the tiny terrace occupying one of the corners. It acts like a major beautifying element in the concrete room. The wall mounted artwork also induces cheer in to the atmosphere.
Dark accents are not something that we often dare to use in our bedrooms. Interior architect Bethina Wulff not only used dark accents in this bedroom, but also did so in style. She decorated this space with dark grey walls, matching furniture and curtains.
Extensive use of valance and pendant lighting fixtures keeps the space bright and cheerful all day long. Whether you live in a crowded part of Subang Jaya or in one of the tranquil corners of Kota Kinabalu, this bedroom would be ideal for you.
The interior of this Wimbledon bedroom, decked in soothing pastel shades, looks like a haven of peace. Now consider how small a space it occupies in the loft area and what efforts have been spent to illuminate the interior. Decorated in a minimal style, this small loft space is capable of beating many a spacious and lavish bedrooms by miles.
As you can see it is not that you need a lot of items to decorate a perfectly cosy and peaceful bedroom. All you need to do is carefully choose the most essential ones depending on the space, style and individual taste.
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