From a tiny alcove featuring an oversized skylight to a glass shed that can be assembled in remote locations, this week we've rounded up the most-pinned bedrooms ever to be featured on Dezeen (+ slideshow).
Designed by Tsuruta Architects, the project was named overall winner of 2015's Don't Move, Improve! awards. Read more about House of Trace »
Tokyo architecture studio Sinato divided up the living spaces of a Japanese apartment to create two new bedrooms for a married couple.
The newly added L-shaped wall acts as a partition and shelving unit. Read more about Fujigaoka M apartment »
This summer house by Russian architecture studio Ruetemple features a play area above the master bedroom, allowing the children to amuse themselves while their parents have a lie-in. Read more about Sleep and Play »
Guests to this Chilean hotel can stargaze through a large angled skylight while lying in their beds.
Designed by RDM Arquitectura, each room occupies its own timber cabin. Read more about Hotel Elqui Domos »
Hollow concrete blocks in a chequerboard pattern create skylights for the bedroom of this house in Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnamese studios Vo Trong Nghia Architects and Sanuki + Nishizawa developed the design to suit the country's tropical climate. Read more about Binh Thanh House »
This bedroom cantilevers from the side of a hilltop Barcelona residence by Spanish architect Daniel Isern, offering views of the surrounding woodland.
Like the house's exterior, the room features bare concrete walls. Read more about Mediterrani 32 »
Designer Linda Bergroth adapted a greenhouse to create this transparent bedrooms that can be installed in remote locations. Read more about Garden Shed »
A tiny alcove with an oversized skylight almost nabs the top spot for most-pinned bedroom interior. Local architect David Hotson designed each space in the New York City penthouse to exploit views of the skyline. Read more about Skyhouse »
Our most popular bedroom on Pinterest is a sunken sleeping space with a lounge platform above. A ladder connects the two spaces, both located inside a 20-square-metre Madrid apartment by Spanish architects MYCC. Read more about 100m3 »