Gorgeous and comforting spaces to rest your head.

(Photo: Andrew Latreille.)

1. Sound Proof

The master bedroom in designer Aliki Gladwin‘s home is a quiet retreat. Felt panels on the wall may seem corporate, but here they act as a soft headboard—with sound-absorbing qualities. See more of this 103-year-old gatehouse. (Photo: Tracey Ayton.)

2. Masculine-Meets-Eclectic

The resin-cast turtle shells and grasscloth wallpaper make this bedroom look masculine, but the lush rug and soft colour of the bed sheets create a cozy atmosphere that’s perfect for anyone who enjoys a good night’s sleep. See more of this eclectic Port Coquitlam condo. (Photo: Janis Nicolay.)

3. The Mirror Effect

This small, elegant bedroom looks spacious thanks to the mirrors behind the bed: placed opposite the window, they make the room look bigger by reflecting natural light. The chandelier and bright colours complement the space. See more gorgeous rooms designed by Stephanie Brown. (Photo: Janis Nicolay.)

4. Pretty in Purple

The wallpaper, bed frame and throw pillow in this master bedroom add a subtle pop of pastel purple to the room. And because they’re accents in an otherwise neutral room, the look is fun-yet-classic. See more of this feminine condo. (Photo: Colin Way.)

5. Cozy Cabin

Designer Matthew Leverone transformed what was once a two-car parking garage into a cozy retreat; the fir panelling on the wall, high angled ceiling, skylights and a pop of warm contrast in the door give the room an airy, cabin-like style the homeowners can enjoy (without leaving the city!) See more of this converted space. (Photo: Marilynn Arbeau.)

 6. Space Saver

The king bed in this Jennifer Connolly-designed bedroom takes up a lot of space, but built-in storage makes up for it. Accented with fur rugs and blankets, the room is warm and inviting—the perfect place to wind down after a long day. See more of this 750-sqaure-foot cabin. (Photo: Janis Nicolay.)

7. Do It Yourself

The DIY graphic feature wall gives this room a personal touch. Designer Angela Robinson used Christian Chaize beach photographers, but you can use whatever photos you want (even ones you’ve taken yourself!). Learn how to make the geometric collage.

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