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How to…Design a Bedroom for Optimal Health and Sleep

Discover WLLW's strategies to design a bedroom that supports restorative sleep and overall physical and mental wellbeing.

Point Grey Residence in BC, Canada designed by Frits de Vries Architects + Associates. Photo courtesy of Ema Peter
Bedroom designed by Terreo Studio. Photo courtesy of Nin Solis
The Lull Bed and Fin Side Table by Sarah Ellison Studio. Photo courtesy of Sarah Ellison Studio
Home in Honolulu. Photo courtesy of Mariko Read
La Firme designs an Old Montreal apartment with built in storage in American white oak. Photo courtesy of La Firme
A couple’s bedroom has views out onto the Washington coast. Photo courtesy of Lincoln Barbour
Cultiver’s Heavyweight Linen Bedcover in Duo designed by Lauren Forrester. Photo courtesy of Cultiver by Nic Gossage
Coyuchi’s Hazel Chambray Organic Crinkled Percale Duvet. Photo courtesy of Coyuchi
Home in Malibu designed by Janet Mallory Interiors. Photo courtesy of Janet Mallory Interiors
Home in Queenstown, NZ designed by Fearon Hay Architects and Dawdy Brown. Photo courtesy of Samuel Hartnett
The Azabu Residence designed by Norm Architects, Karimoku Case Study and Keija Ashizawa Design. Photo courtesy of Norm Architects
Home in Melbourne, Australia designed by Architect Oliver Du Puy⁠. Photo courtesy of Tom Ross