Men Bedroom Design Ideas


Each person would have certain thing that they would save for themselves and of course they need a place to save it. Generally, people would save their private thing in the bedroom since it is the most safe place for them. Yeah, as you have known from some sources that bedroom is not only merely about the place for sleep, but it is also a place for relax your mind and body after long work days. Beside that, as being stated before that it is a place to save a secret. Because of that matter, you could not deny that this room is very important for you so that considering the nice design for this room is also important. This matter is about all people, not only about woman but also about men. In the previous articles, we have talked much about woman’s bedroom designs, now let’s talk about men bedroom design ideas that would be good choice for you.

Calm Men Bedroom DesignCalm Men Bedroom Design

From the previous picture, maybe we could think that men bedroom design idea is much simpler than woman’s deign idea. Yes, maybe it is right since men always love doing some work in a simple and practical way. In the picture, you could also see the color choice that is used. in this picture, the bedroom design is only designed by simple bedding design, simple bookshelf, also simple design of carpet. This bedroom design looks so classical with the soft brown color and it is suitable for having nice rest.

Blue Bedroom design IdeaBlue Bedroom design Idea

In this picture, the bedroom design is having brighter color and it might be suitable for the young boy. this room design is completed with  combination color of white and blue that is matched each other. The room design is dominated with blue color, while the furniture is dominated with the white color. This makes the room design feel comfort  and cheerful for a young boy.

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Each person would have different style in choosing the decoration or the furniture being placed in the men bedroom design idea. As young boy, most of them would love to place some posters of the movie’s character in their room, although actually it is not limited to the young boy since sometimes adult person still love for having that kind of stuff. Beside that, there is also a darker interior design that is matched to the minimalist design.

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80 thoughts on “Men Bedroom Design Ideas

  1. Quinn

    Went to check out the extra before shots on the website and I bear to you, the font is horrible. It hurts my eyes and its hard to read. Sorry to be blunt but font is for business.

  2. Amina Nayeli Mabel N.

    I abhor those giant hurricanes or glass cylinder vases with stuff sand, beads, glass pebbles, and/or pillar candles, balls of twine or fruit in them. Every time I one I want to it or hijack it and it with pennies, bottle caps or gum wrappers.ight as well!

  3. Heath M.

    Kanna,There are two architectural places in Baltimore. One is called Second and the other is called Housewerks. They are both located off of I-95 and advance the Ravens and Orioles stadiums. I thinkk that both places a selection of vintage tile, though you might want to call ahead to check.Housewerks to be located in DC but moved to Baltimore a few years ago, supplies stuff to other retailers (in NYC, etc) and gets some really cool, off-beat stuff in addition to the standard architectural materials. Second chance is and is a gigantic resource.Good luck!E

  4. EmiliaPaloma

    job! The house looks beautiful. Although, call me crazy, but I would kept the kitchen sink/stove and incorporated them into the remodel. Call me crazy, but I vintage. I am currently in the process of remodeling an aged 1915 that looked a lot your BEFORE photos. Only the prior owners ruined the kitchen and threw out the fresh sink and stove. 🙁 Oh well.

  5. Isabel-Ashlynn

    We a queen size case bed that we love. It is extermely sturdy and heavy. One we had with our is that the grooves on the bottom of the steel legged version damaged our hardwood floors. Unless you carpeting, I would recommend purchasing some plastic floor protectors with this bed.

  6. Madeline_Nathalie

    what a sophisticated, beautifully arranged space! when I looked closely, I noticed “budget” pieces from places Ikea, CB2, west elm, etc. — but you would hardly realize it from the cohesive setup of the whole, which radiates chic. bravo on the of vintage (non mid century) pieces which really mix up the and add personality! the seascapes are great. you can really when someone had a certain of the “look” they wanted when they started decorating…or if they a considerable sense of personal in general. a beautiful, well organized home. well done!

  7. Michaela Monica

    No one looks over your shoulder. In past office jobs, that drove me bananas.It never failed that I would a four hour stretch of intense designing and, once completed, would kick over to something behind in the browser. An instant later, the boss would appear over my shoulder, “Hey, Jordan, what are you working on?”Ugh. Viva les telecommute.

  8. Mariana@1967

    be that it is not a fair antique before you change or paint the base. If it happens to be an original, it would be better to sell it and something you like. Chances are it is a reproduction but…I personally it could in a bedroom next to a comfortable chair–no matter what the of the room. just bring in some blue somewhere else in the room.

  9. Matthias

    My son is extremely astronomical for his age and outgrew his car seat based on height quickly. We both a Britax Roundabout and a * Cosi Priori. I highly recommend the Priori. It is reclinable, which is if he is 5 months old, and it is one of the only car seats that is rear facing up to 35 pounds (I thats the weight limit).

  10. Madyson

    I disagree, this is all to when considering to SF!! I your planning skills and I effect hope you there! I lived in SF for almost 6 years myself and the neighborhood you call can really or break you! Hayes Valley is a great area, but be prepared to pay for it appreciate any other of the city. You could also into * Hill for localized living and beautiful studios, Upper Haight is also great, North Beach! BEWARE of the “helping” hands of metro rent and citi apartments, you pay more and they only you with their rental properties which makes the prices sky rocket! Shop around…A LOT. No one has really addressed the of costs….I agree this will change in the upward direction, but be prepared for a “nice” studio to be around $1,200 + and 1 bdrms are going to be almost $2,000 in the neighborhoods that been suggested. If you can handle a grime, some areas of the mission and tender-* are do-able, but KNOW the area. You over one block and the world shifts. Also, NOT second hand shop for furniture….can you say bed bug land (also the Marina/cow hollow is infested with these boogers)!! luck!

  11. Camron

    After an sublet experience, my sister sublet her apartment the next time and specified that a weekly cleaning lady that she uses would be paid for by the subletter and would be coming in to each week. That her cleaning lady could care for plants, check on the apartment and if she saw any problems it to my sister and/or the landlord. Also she came to a desirable apartment.

  12. Hayley Ingrid Z.

    My boyfriend and I ended up going with Benjamin Moore paints for our instead of lower-priced brands simply because we had the to test out the colors we wanted using these sample jars. We absorb been with the results so far.

  13. Bryce_Ernesto_Rohan

    I the lower version of this shelf which a bought a few years ago. I it ESP with the book display boxes and baskets which in handy now that I a one! It surrvived the uhaul up from Miami and looks new!Ps the norrebo benches are expansive and provide tons of hidden storage. Bravo Ikea!

  14. Kade

    Ha, I actually work on a global */AIDS prevention project, and absorb one of these hanging by my desk. I will admit I got the ebola one, because the * one was considerate of creepy looking. Definitely a conversation starter with other public health nerds.

  15. Kade Simeon

    Perhaps it may work for some people, but my baby girl is totally of the vacuum. She runs and hides whenever we accept it out. Personally, I believe the furminator is amazing. The dog loves it, it reduces pet hair on furniture and the floor by between 75-90% in my experience and it costs less than a Dyson plus the attachment.

  16. Sloane_Elsie_Baylee

    @heidizag well it certainly sounds you are doing the things. The next step may be a soil test kit for and a moisture probe as mentioned by others upthread. Personally I not to apart roots, unless they are extremely matted and even then I will it apart a dinky at the bottom but not really at the sides. Plants harmed and to release hormones for healing so you want to you are gentle with transplanting unless the instructions say otherwise. luck!

  17. Kieran-Messiah

    I “Modern Comfy” is a edifying description. I it shows some examples of what Ikea was meant to be: taste/low price. I can only imagine the young couple has already splurged everything they acquire into the money pit of gutting and rehab. I devour that they some quality items the Wegner chair and the bed. It upgrades the Ikea.Since this is written by a “trial applicant”, I would comment on the writing that I found it and concise, bask in the apartment itself, which is nice, given the space. I would be to how she would describe something “over the top” if she had the chance.

  18. Mckenzie.777

    Oooh… I the linoleum! it.Our house is entirely hardwood. We an rug in the living room for playtime, but the bedrooms are rug-free. No problems. I know some people the feel of carpet, but it’s not necessary.And I don’t understand the dog * comment. We acquire a dog… I don’t know why he would * on linoleum.

  19. Madeline Meadow

    I agree with removing the doors and storing safely. You could wrap them in bubble wrap. admire the concept of on top and fabric on bottom. Also agree with painting walls if possible, but you might not to with the cab doors removed and a fabric treatment to tone done the textural noise.

  20. Arya-1993

    @Bridget from Refined Vintage The couch shown above is not the couch. Because who wouldnt to that for $20 in a thrift store. This is the couch and you might agree with angelinethebaker,

  21. Ezequiel P.

    Thank you for all of the beautiful comments. jessicamc, you should ask about the roommates. Originally Cristina and her 50 lb were in the workroom (we built a loft bed above the doors), 1 mate in the dining room and 1 in our bedroom. The next generation was Cristina and I in the dining room and mate in our bedroom. dog passed away and mate moved when we got engaged. With the of rent control we were able to finally over the entire lease.The wall paper is from Cole and Sons here:

  22. Marilyn J.

    You can the thomaspaul for duralee collection at retail at calico corners, but only patterns/colors, velocityartanddesign.com sells the entire collection to consumers, visit their to any pattern/color.

  23. Colby ZZZ

    Since you are using the same curtain rod, I would hang your linen curtains above the window woodwork. And if it is possible , expand the curtain rods so the curtains frame woodwork as considerable as possible. This will acquire the window appear bigger and allow more light and inside. If you want to hang a sheer curtain too, that could on a tension rod inside the window frame as arcticangel suggested.

  24. Genevieve Addilynn

    Although a idea, I this is a dichotomy. What about Islamic or Asian garden style? They are extremely different from either French of English, and historical styles.

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