33 Cool Hotel-Style Bedroom Design Ideas

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If you want to enjoy the comforts of a top-notch 5-star hotel you don’t have to travel far away. You can make your own bedroom getaway with right inspiration. We’ve gathered a bunch of hotel-style bedrooms to give you with interesting ideas. Of course most of them are designed by professional interior designers but we hope that these photos will help you to make your bedroom great without one. Besides that some of the things in these rooms are quite expensive but we tried to find bedrooms with as less such items as possible. Enjoy!

Coastal Hotel Style Bedroom


Contemporary Hotel Style Bedroom



Cozy Hidden Hotel Style Bedroom


Dark Futuristic Hotel Style Bedroom


African Hotel Bedroom


Hotel Bedroom With Huge Doors And Windows


Glamour Hotel Bedroom With Reflective Walls


Black And White Hotel Style Bedroom


Contemporary Gray Hotel Bedroom Design


Cozy Hotel Style Bedroom


Cozy Wooden Hotel Style Bedroom


Dark And Moody Hotel Room


Hotel Bedroom With A Bed That Is The Focal Point Of The Room


Hotel Bedroom With A Cool Bed


Hotel Bedroom With Stand Out Patterns On Walls


Hotel Style Bedroom With Bedside Tables And Mirrors That Make Statement


Hotel Style Bedroom With Glowing Bed


Hotel Style Bedroom With Light That Create Atmosphere


Impressive Hotel Style Bedroom Combined With A Bathroom


Light And Airy Futuristic Hotel Style Bedroom


Luxorious Hotel Style Bedroom


Luxury Hotel Style Bedroom


Modern Hotel Style Bedroom


Pure Glamour Bedroom Design


Romantic Hotel Style Bedroom


Simple Hotel Style Bedroom With Bed That Catches Attention


Spa Hotel Style Bedroom In Turquoise Color


Spa Like Hotel Bedroom


Swedish Hotel Bedroom


Symmetrical Hotel Style Bedroom Design


Tropical Hotel Style Bedroom


Tropican Hotel Style Bedroom


Ultra Modern Hotel Style Bedroom




40 Cool Kids And Teen Room Design Ideas From Asdara

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A Spanish furniture company called Asara has presented their new catalog recently. It consists of furniture for kids and teen rooms and features plenty of cool ideas how to design a room for your children. Their furniture and design solutions can solve space problems and help to create a practical and beautiful living and studying environment for your young ones. On Asdara’s company website you can find out more about their products and how to buy them. For those who are searching for more cool kids room design ideas we have several roundups of shared rooms, cute girl bedrooms and stylish boy rooms.












































13 The Most Cool And Wacky Bedrooms Ever

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Starting at childhood we dream about cool bedrooms and sometimes we even get them. Here are 13 the most cool and wacky bedrooms we could find around the internet. You’ll see everything from dream-like thematic kids rooms to great romantic escapes at extravagant resorts. Of course most of these designs are unreal to repeat you still can find some interesting ideas and simply enjoy bedrooms that is the most cool out there.

onlyexclusivetravel)’ rel=’lightbox’>Bedroom With A Pool In The Mykonos Blu Resort (via <a rel=onlyexclusivetravel)’ />

Bedroom With A Pool In The Mykonos Blu Resort (via onlyexclusivetravel)


digsdigs)’ rel=’lightbox’>Corian Futuristic Bedroom By Karim Rashid (via <a rel=digsdigs)’ />

Corian Futuristic Bedroom By Karim Rashid (via digsdigs)



architizer)’ rel=’lightbox’>Transparent Garden Shed Bedroom (via <a rel=architizer)’ />

Transparent Garden Shed Bedroom (via architizer)


mymodernmet)’ rel=’lightbox’>Pirate Ship Kids Bedroom (via <a rel=mymodernmet)’ />

Pirate Ship Kids Bedroom (via mymodernmet)


digsdigs)’ rel=’lightbox’>Mobile Red Cube Bedroom (via <a rel=digsdigs)’ />

Mobile Red Cube Bedroom (via digsdigs)


conradhotels3)’ rel=’lightbox’>An Amazing Underwater Bedroom From Conrad Maldives Rangali Islands Resort (via <a rel=conradhotels3)’ />

An Amazing Underwater Bedroom From Conrad Maldives Rangali Islands Resort (via conradhotels3)


digsdigs)’ rel=’lightbox’>Really Glamour Bedroom (via <a rel=digsdigs)’ />

Really Glamour Bedroom (via digsdigs)


digsdigs)’ rel=’lightbox’>Futuristic Bedroom Design (via <a rel=digsdigs)’ />

Futuristic Bedroom Design (via digsdigs)


karako)’ rel=’lightbox’>A Bedroom With A Complicated Canopy (via <a rel=karako)’ />

A Bedroom With A Complicated Canopy (via karako)


bornrich)’ rel=’lightbox’>A Bedroom With An Extravagant Canopy Bed (via <a rel=bornrich)’ />

A Bedroom With An Extravagant Canopy Bed (via bornrich)


mymodernmet)’ rel=’lightbox’>Half Graffiti Bedroom (via <a rel=mymodernmet)’ />

Half Graffiti Bedroom (via mymodernmet)


digsdigs)’ rel=’lightbox’>Creative Bookcase Bedroom (via <a rel=digsdigs)’ />

Creative Bookcase Bedroom (via digsdigs)


dornob)’ rel=’lightbox’>Hanging Bedroom-In-A-Box (via <a rel=dornob)’ />

Hanging Bedroom-In-A-Box (via dornob)

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17 Cool Teen Room Ideas

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These teen room ideas are photorealistic 3d renders from Spanish designer Sergi. He shows his woks on his blog in order to receive critics about them and to help other to design perfect room for their kids. Such designing isn’t always easy because teenagers are hard to please. Sergi’s works are done in different beautiful but not very contrast colors and are cool as for boy as for girl. If you’re design a room for teen and doesn’t buy some furniture collection from famous company which specialize in kids room designs these renders could fill your mind with a ideas. [Via home designing blog]

Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room



Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room


Teen Room

DIY again [Specially for the Laides]


DIY Embellished Friendship Bracelets

so i found out that girls wanted something of theirs…alone..well

This is from a friend, Claire.


The weather is warming up and my wrists are feeling rather lonely and bare after hiding under long sleeves all season long. But after digging up last year’s DIY friendship bracelets, I realized they desperately needed sparkly and shiny upgrades. Today we’re showing you three easy ways to embellish your friendship bracelets, making them all grown up . . .

To add rhinestones, you’ll need:

  • a chevron friendship bracelet (tutorial found here)
  • 5-6” crystal rhinestone chain (last used here)
  • 1 yard of embroidery floss
  • an embroidery needle
  • a pair of scissors


Thread the needle with embroidery floss and tie the end into a double knot. Push the needle through the back of bracelet. Lay the rhinestone chain along the middle of the bracelet, using the chevron pattern as a guide.

Stitch the floss between the first two rhinestone links, pushing needle out the middle of the bracelet. Bring the needle back through the middle, this time further down between the second and third links.

Continue stitching between the rhinestone links. After the very last stitch, tie a double knot on the backside and trim the ends.

Your friendship bracelet is sparkling and finished!

To add studs, you’ll need:

  • a chevron friendship bracelet (tutorial found here)
  • 5 3/8” brass cone studs (last used here)
  • a pair of small, sharp scissors
  • a screwdriver

Use a Sharpie or marker to make 5 evenly spaced marks along the middle of the friendship bracelet. From the backside, push the point of the scissors through the mark to create a hole.

Push a screw through the hole. Twist the coned spike onto the screw and use a screwdriver to tighten.

Repeat the steps with the rest of the spikes. Voila! Your friendship bracelet has a spiked spine.

To add chain, you’ll need:

  • a friendship bracelet (tutorial found here)
  • 5-6” of brass curb chain
  • 1 yard of embroidery floss
  • an embroidery needle
  • a pair of scissors

Thread the needle with embroidery floss. Untie one end of the friendship bracelet and re-knot it with the tail of the threaded embroidery floss. Push the needle through the outer edge of the backside of the bracelet.

Lay the chain flat, against the edge of the bracelet. Thread the needle over and through the first link. Push the needle though the backside about two rows down. Depending on the width of each link, the row count may vary.

Keep stitching. Make two stitches around the last link, untie the knot and re-knot with the last of the floss. Trim away any excess.

Your chain trimmed friendship bracelet now has an edge – how simple was that?

Stack ‘em, give ‘em away and you’re officially ready for summer.

DIY!!!! at last :D

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DIY Beaded Button Down Shirt

I immediately did a double take after spotting this shirt with baubles stitched down the “placket,” which I just recently learned is the term used to describe the middle section of a button down shirt. Honestly? Placket?! In any case, it’s an easy DIY and the most brilliant way to add a bit of texture and pizazz to any shirt!

You’ll need:

  • a button down shirt
  • a mix of metal, plastic or glass beads
  • a needle fine enough to fit through the beads
  • thread

Keep the shirt buttoned. Thread the needle with about a yard of thread and tie the ends into a double knot. Push the needle through the backside of the middle of the placket.

Slide a bead onto the needle and bring the needle back through the fabric on the other side of the bead. Continue sewing beads onto the fabric using this running stitch.

After adding 5-6 beads, secure the stitch by tying off the thread with a double knot. This helps reinforce the stitch, especially with the weight of the beads. If the thread is long enough, continue to stitch on another group of beads. If the thread runs out, go ahead and cut the thread and start again with the first step.

Continue adding beads in small groups along the placket.

Stop 3/4 of the way down.

Finished!! xx

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