Top 10 Product Designs to Create the Best Bedroom Interiors Ever

Our bedroom is our refuge, our safe space, to which we rush after a bad day at work, or just a bad day in general! I love curling up in bed, snacking and watching Netflix, in my favorite pajamas! So making my bedroom as comfortable as possible is a top priority for me! And one way to do that is to fill it with innovative designs, which simply help to make our lives easier and more comfortable. Therefore, we have curated a collection of products that work perfectly for your bedroom! From a smart bed with a 70-inch retractable screen to a “cuddle cave” you can snuggle up in, these designs will add so much value to your room and make it whole! You won’t want to leave your room at all once these products are in!

1. The air-shaped lamp

It’s not hard to deduce the inspiration from this piece of art which is also supposed to be a design for an actual lamp. Many of us would have had fond memories of blowing bubbles through circular devices, sometimes screaming with delight as each fleeting sphere floated and then burst. There is something otherworldly about the bubbles as they display the different colors of the rainbow on their translucent surfaces

Why is this remarkable?

It is this emotion that the Air-Shape concept design tries to capture in an almost ethereal way. It’s as if the bubble is frozen in time, frozen at the moment of its birth where it wobbles and quivers against the gentle winds until it takes on its final spherical shape.

What we like

  • Has an element of uncertainty and fragility that also sends a message of potential and birth
  • The Air-Shape lamp can be hung in different ways

What we don’t like

2. The Ultimate Hariana Tech Smart Bed

The Hariana Tech Smart Ultimate Bed features a built-in reclining massage chair with remote control, built-in Bluetooth speaker, bookcase, reading light, air purification system, an area to plug in and charge your devices, an opening footrest for extra storage, and a pull-out desk for the ultimate WFH setup, Netflix marathon, or hours of enjoyable reading. The audio system also includes an SD card slot, an auxiliary port and a USB port. Another neat detail of the Hariana bed is a password protected safe so you can store your most valuable things – for me that would be my passport and my snacks!

Why is this remarkable?

You know how we always have to get up to get stuff before we settle into relaxation mode? Well, this bed was designed to have everything you’ll need to relax in your bed frame. It’s the ultimate bed to relax in after a long day at work!

What we like

  • Has a password protected safe
  • Sufficient storage space integrated into the bed

What we don’t like

  • High price
  • Not suitable for homes with space constraints

3. The nostalgic street lamp clock

The Nostalgian floor lamp clock aims to bring together two functional things: a lamp and a clock. But the designer wanted to create a clock design that hasn’t been done yet and he was inspired by two artists: Olafur Eliasson (The Weather Project) and Michael Schlegel (Iceland).

Why is this remarkable?

What you get is what looks like a lighting accessory for photo or video shooting, but it’s actually something that will help you tell the time and light you up at the same time. The clock part uses a blurry acrylic material which also diffuses the LED light and gives you a hazy effect. There are no numbers in the clock, but you do get shadows for the second and minute hands to help you tell the time.

What we like

  • Multifunctional design
  • Adds aesthetics to your room

What we don’t like

4. Companion

For those who don’t have side tables in their room, the next best thing would be a chair or stool. This became the inspiration for the design of this bedside table called Mate. It’s designed to look like a stool, but its main purpose is to store all the things you “need” before sleeping, including appliances.

Why is this remarkable?

The top view actually looks like a breakfast tray or a laptop tray that you would use for eating or working (or both) in bed. And yes, that’s actually the other element of this clever design. So you get a chair-inspired design for your nightstand with a minimalist yet functional feel. Your laptop and other gadgets can fit in the top section and you can have other things like books, newspapers and other bedside necessities on the “shelf” at the bottom.

What we like

  • Has rounded corners and a few holes where you can insert your cords so you don’t get strangled by the tangles of wires that come with your devices
  • Sliding and removable tray

What we don’t like

5. The Nappe side table

This side table looks like a modern sculpture that captures soft curves and surfaces like a tablecloth falling into place.

Why is this remarkable?

Tables are meant to be stable to be useful, but the Tablecloth side table seems to elicit contrasting images of stability and fluidity. While most tables have four legs for symmetrical balance, the tablecloth only has three. Its metallic surface gives it a rigid appearance, but its curved edges almost give the illusion of movement. Even the shape of the legs, which tapers sharply towards the feet, is one that is associated with dynamism or even imbalance.

What we like

  • Represents a fallen piece of fabric
  • A unique take on ordinary furniture

What we don’t like

6. Floof

Originally designed for our furry friends, the designer has created two human-sized Floofs for the perfect getaway at home, even for just a few hours. Simply dive into it, alone or with a friend or a snack, and curl up in a hopefully comfortable position to get through the day.

Why is this remarkable?

Most of us had something like a fortress of solitude when we were kids, whether it was made of stacked boxes, piles of pillows, or sheets held up with strings. As we got older, we gave up these sacred places in exchange for a simple blanket and a pillow. There’s no reason not to have that cozy and comforting space again, no matter how young or old you are. That’s the very tempting proposition these “cuddle caves” make if you don’t mind looking like human sushi inari in the process. Then again, you’re trying to escape the judgmental eyes of the world anyway.

What we like

  • Provides a “getaway” in your own home
  • Made to vegan specifications so it can be used by everyone

What we don’t like

7. The Google Nest Ceiling Fan

Just like our home appliances, ceiling fans have also been given the smart treatment in the past. The Nest ceiling fan concept is a productive and more interesting take on other smart fans that can only be turned on and off via a smart assistant. This new adaptation of a ceiling fan designed for the Google Nest range was designed as an all-in-one smart hub that would connect all the smart products you have spread throughout every room in the house.

Why is this remarkable?

What we like

  • Leaves you with a single point of contact to create an interesting smart home setup
  • Integrated with a thermostat to automate the central heating system or a built-in smart smoke detector

What we don’t like

8. Mitchell’s Suitcase

A British designer has come up with a suitcase concept that will make packing and unpacking easier for travellers, especially if they have a small hotel room or an Air BnB space. It is a hand luggage that can also be used as a bedside table in case the room does not have one.

Why is this remarkable?

The product is designed so that you don’t have to unpack everything when you arrive and repack it when you leave. It will be especially useful for tight spaces and if you are traveling from place to place.

What we like

  • The suitcase/bedside table can also be used as a lamp
  • The storage is designed as drawers that will make it easier for you to access the items you need right now

What we don’t like

9. Moonsetter

Moonsetter

The Moonsetter comes on the scene like a ray of sunshine… uh, moonlight in your room. It is as if the moonlight was entering through the window or through the gaps in the curtains. Either way, you don’t need too much bright light, just a little ambient lighting to set the mood for a good night’s rest.

Why is this remarkable?

The design of the lamp is timeless with its simple graphic form. This modern metal floor lamp appears like a sculpture or a work of art. It can easily be the center of attention in any room with a unique setup. It combines the basic shapes: circle, cylinder and square. The floor lamp has its own axis where a disc rotates 360 degrees. The disc has a reflective side and white on the other. It sometimes gives the illusion of soft, diffused moonlight while one side reflects direct light.

What we like

  • Allows you to customize the reflection of the LED source
  • The LED light is immersed in the frame, giving a beautiful effect

What we don’t like

10. The Future

Fitness mirrors aren’t completely new, but they’ve seen a spike in interest and popularity over the past few months as people try to cope with the lack of access to gyms or personal trainers at the home. The idea is to have a device that allows you to communicate with a trainer remotely while you are doing your exercises at home. The mirror acts as a screen that guides you through reps while a trainer watches you from the other side of the wire. There are a number of these already on the market, but Fiture believes it has a higher chance of ending up in your home due to two differentiating characteristics.

Why is this remarkable?

The first and most obvious is that the Fiture Fitness Mirror actually looks more like a fancy mirror than a machine pretending to be one. While the generic name “The Mirror” also lays claim to that title, the Fiture goes one better by offering five colorways to match your decor or wallpaper. The shape of the mirror itself is more visually pleasing, using rounded corners and brushed metal surfaces to make the frame more aesthetic. The U-shaped legs provide stability when the mirror is not wall mounted while giving it a more distinctive style.

What we like

  • The Fiture is not a one-way mirror in your home, one of the biggest concerns of interested buyers.
  • When not in use, you can even put on the magnetic camera cover to completely block even this AI-based technology

What we don’t like