10 breathtakingly beautiful HDB bedrooms that you will want to sleep forever in
Having looked at the living room and the kitchen, we turn our attention to the bedroom in part three of our mini series on gorgeous HDB designs. This private space is where we spend most of our time in, resting and recharging from the day’s activities. On average, we spend almost 26 years of our life sleeping—that’s a quarter of a century! So if you think your bedrooms don’t deserve that much attention in your home renovation, think again.
To get you inspired, we shortlisted 10 HDB designs that transform ordinary sleeping rooms into stylish sleeping sanctuaries.
1. Pure & simple
Design: 0932 Design Consultants
The epitome of simplicity, this bedroom is enveloped in white and light wood tones. Daylight filters in from the window, casting a gentle glow in this room that is very much influenced by the Japanese interior aesthetic. The structural beams were left in their original state, demonstrating a hint of rebellion in this otherwise clean space.
2. Seeing red
Location: Pasir Ris
A fire-engine red exposed brick wall steals the thunder in this bedroom that is kept minimally furnished. To reflect its rusticity, the designer threw in a rug with a faded print. A basic colour scheme in the rest of the bedroom allows the feature wall to shine.
3. Lofty aspirations
The loft-style apartment has plenty of open spaces for light and air to flow freely. The bedroom is no different. It was designed with a cut-out on one of its walls, which was embellished with old-fashioned bamboo blinds for privacy and a wooden bench. In keeping with the loft theme, a white palette was used to maximise visual space and height.
4. The great divide
Location: Jalan Kayu
A curtain was hung from ceiling tracks to separate the sleeping space from the workstation, which helps to achieve a little privacy when needed and to keep both areas free from distraction. It’s a space-saving solution since it helps to demarcate the different functions of a room without relying on walls.
5. Scarlet letter
Design: Dots ’n’ Tots
This rusty shade of red evokes a romantic mood, and feels sophisticated when paired with a deep brown and cream colour scheme. The door to the bedroom was removed to create better traffic flow to the walk-in wardrobe in the next room.
6. Warehouse wonder
Design: Meter Cube Interiors
Location: Telok Blangah
Glass sliding doors help to alleviate the ruggedness of the industrial style, lending a more polished element to the bedroom that is defined by cement screed walls, black track lighting and brushed metal surfaces.
7. Windows to the world
Design: Space Atelier
Location: Edgefield Plains (Punggol)
A raised platform lined directly under the window sill takes the bed and its occupants closer to the view outside. A portion of the structure also functions as underneath storage, so necessary in a small bedroom like this. Mirror panels, tainted in a tea brown for a more soothing tone, help to reflect the daylight to all corners of the sleeping quarters.
8. Farmhouse chic
Design: The 80’s Studio
Warm and homely, this cottage-inspired bedroom was combined from two bedrooms and features a house-shaped bed and barn-style fronts for its wardrobe’s doors. Two-tone wood-like tiles are inlaid in a herringbone pattern to lend visual interest to the flooring.
9. At every corner
Design: The Scientist
Here is a bedroom that takes advantage of every nook and cranny. A full-length cupboard extends all the way on the long side of the room, while a display corner with shelves and a cosy bay window were carved out from the short side.
10. Lounge about
Design: White Corporate
Location: Punggol Field
A daybed is a great option if you live in a studio apartment and don’t have that much room for a regular bed, but it’s also a good choice if you’re looking to have a seating area for when you’re not sleeping. Here, the daybed creates a casual, lounging atmosphere in the bedroom. It is couched against a built-in storage. Above, open shelvings provide room for displaying personal mementos.
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