Is there anything sweeter than sleeping in on the weekend? We're hard-pressed to think of something better. Because let's face it: Decent shut-eye can be hard to come by these days (for what it's worth, science says we should probably be sleeping naked). There's no denying the positive impact your surroundings can have on your health, and all it takes is a few simple tweaks to bring on the snoozefest so you can rest and recharge. Creating your ideal peaceful enclave doesn't need to cost you, either.
You can give your master suite the attention it deserves for under $1000.
To help get you in that blissed-out state of mind we all aspire to (and perhaps even inspire a little redecorating), we've rounded up five of our favorite bedrooms that go big on tranquility and style. Be sure to click on each image to see the complete home tours.
If you're seeking that blissed-out feeling, then a Swedish boudoir will surely take you there. The chicly disheveled undone look has us yearning for an afternoon snooze at every glance. Besides, messy beds are where it's at.
If you're looking to make a statement, nothing says showstopper quite like a chandelier. This shimmering beauty is the what sweet dreams are made of. Fit for a queen.
The dove-gray walls, gold accents, and timber touches make this bedroom the picture of pared-down bohemian style. It's literally heaven on earth. And amazingly, the whole house is just as jaw-dropping.
If it's slumber you crave, then this bleached-out beauty will put you in a trance. This Swedish bedroom's serenity level is on high alert, the perfect antidote to subdue all those frazzled nerves.
Wood and stone textures add a touch of cool to an otherwise airy boudoir. We can't get over this dreamy canopy-style bed—it's the one thing you'll find in every Vogue bedroom—and the best part is you can sleep here too. Looks like we'll be booking our next holiday at this Balinese Airbnb. Hello, Fella Villas.
How do you design a room to encourage a blissed-out slumber?
This post was originally published on August 9, 2016, and has been updated by Sacha Strebe.