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Bedroom inspiration to start your day the right way

Everyone starts the day in their own unique way. So whether you wake up to work or play, get ready for your own version of success with whichever one of these ideas meets your unique needs.

A bedroom with a BJÖRKSNÄS bed frame, RANARP lamp and STOCKHOLM coffee table.
A bedroom with a BJÖRKSNÄS bed frame, RANARP lamp and STOCKHOLM coffee table.

For the free spirit

If you dream of a life surrounded by lush jungle or far off beaches, don’t fret. You can have the same feeling in your home. Create a bedroom full of the natural elements you love, like wooden furniture and lots of plants complemented by neutral textiles, and artwork and accessories gathered during your travels.

For the go-getter

Hit the ground running in a bedroom that’s designed to streamline your busy mornings. This no-fuss space has everything you’ll need to create an efficient routine that gets you into the fast lane with ease. It’s all about having everything you need close at hand, from a coffee station to home gym essentials stashed in spacious under bed drawers. Arrange tomorrow’s outfit with the help of a valet stand and hooks, and you’ll be out the door in no time.

For the scholar

Create a bedroom that’s something of a cocoon for you and your scholarly pursuits. A place that feels comforting and inspiring, but motivating, as well. Under bed boxes organise all of your textbooks, tech gear, notebooks, and more, and rolls of paper hung from the wall to give you lots of space for problem-solving. Most importantly, don’t forget a small table for study time snacks.

There are no rules, just fill your bedroom with the things you love.

Gretchen Broussard, IKEA interior designer

We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.

Made by
Interior designer: Gretchen Broussard
Photographer: Martin Inger
Writer: Vi Cooper

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