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8 bedrooms with dream outlooks

Our bedrooms are most appealing come sleep time, aren't they? These examples, however, offer a dreamy vision even with eyes wide open 

1. Blurred lines

This bedroom forms part of a home that blurs the lines between indoors and out – clearly the master bedroom is no exception.

Interior design by Penny Del Castillo, In Design International

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2. King and queen of all you survey!

The upstairs master bedroom in this Romantic French farmhouse-look home is firmly trained on the water and nature views.

Home designed and built by David Reid Homes Counties

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3. Private oasis

The curtains at the rear of the bedhead in this coastal home master suite conceal and acoustically soften a wall plane. However, the curtains to the side pull back to more dramatic effect.

Bathroom and house designed by Urbane Projects

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4. Beautiful blanket

Every bedroom needs a beautiful blanket – even if its beyond the window panes. This bedroom forms part of a home given a dramatically transformed interior

Interior renovation by Jennifer Pacca Interiors

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5.  Heightened perspective

Raising the addition to this renovated lakeside cottage optimises the new master bedroom's water views – we think this was a well-worth move.

Renovating architect Paul Bernier Architecte

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6. Verdant vista

The beauty of this master bedroom in a single storey home is that you can enjoy a natural bush experience without lifting your head off the pillow.

Home designed by David Reid Homes (Kapiti)

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7.  Timeless feature

This grand villa has been reworked for modern life – but the leafy views have remained the same.

Renovating designer Michale John, AO Architecture

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8. A closer look

For this master suite, the cathedral ceiling of the main bedroom was re-engineered and partially rebuilt so that the bed could be relocated to improve harbour views.

Designed by Michael Folk and Ignacio Pistone, Michael Folk Architects and Interiors

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Story by: Trendsideas

24 Oct, 2021

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