Here are some dream, yet realistic, bedroom features – no shark tanks or slides to pools, though that would be cool.
Relaxing Spaces: Some dream features on peoples’ lists include adding additional relaxing spaces to the bedroom. Picture (1) shows a swinging day bed, or how about hanging a hammock? While being surrounded by books tucked away in a corner, and looking out of a window makes for a relaxing reading nook anyone would want to have (2).
Walk In: How about a room full of shelves and mirrors, with stools and an island counter. Letting you store, organize, and display all of your clothes, shoes, and bags in their own private room (3).
Look Up: Having a double height ceiling creates a grand and luxurious bedroom. Having a higher up ceiling makes room for other great features. Like chandelier or cove lighting. You can also have different structural elements like a dome, or show off exposed beams like the bedrooms in pictures (4) and (5)
Romance: In any bedroom the bed is the focal point of the space. Having a larger bedroom allows for a centrepiece bed like a canopy one just like in picture (6). Another dream feature, for those living in colder climates, is having your own fireplace in your bedroom (7).
A Step Away: How great would it be to have a bedroom that steps out onto a swimming pool deck (8)?
Living Art: The most classic of dream bedroom features is an amazing view (9) (10). This has to be the number one dream feature, it is for me. Waking up in the morning to an amazing sight, and it all changes as the day goes on and turns into night. 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10
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