23 Beautiful Bedroom Interior Designs in Malaysia

23 Beautiful Bedroom Interior Designs in Malaysia

Charmaine Kon by Charmaine Kon on Oct 2, 2017
Why you should care

Take a look at our favourite Malaysian bedroom designs by local interior designers.

Not sure how to design your bedroom? Steal inspiration from these beautiful Malaysian homes.

The bedroom is your sanctuary and space for you to express your personal style. However, with so many themes, layouts, and colours to choose from, it might get confusing. Before you start shopping for furniture, it’s advisable to save reference images. You don’t have to like everything about those images, just note down features that you like.

Get your creative juices flowing with our top 23 interiors by Malaysian designers!

This rustic and industrial bedroom is fit for the coolest pair of siblings. We love how it’s suitable for all ages too.

Dark walls and flooring with contrasting white furniture makes for a dramatic, contemporary bedroom.

Create a zen bedroom with generous use of neutral tones and wooden accents.

If you’re unsure of a style, then select a colour palette to keep the room’s walls, flooring, furniture, and art pieces synergised.

Wooden doors, screens, and décor pieces celebrate Asian design.

A clever way to perk up a room is with patterned wallpaper and carefully curated artwork.

Built-in cabinets are the best way to maximise space, especially in a small room.

Modern bedrooms share this design trick: neutral colours plus metallic or bold accents!

For a minimalistic interior, bookmark these light-coloured and bright Scandinavian bedrooms.

Nothing says “cosy” like a country-style bedroom.

Go bold by painting your walls in a dark colour. To maintain a feeling of spaciousness, use light-coloured furniture.

This modern bedroom takes its Asian roots seriously with a contemporary chinoiserie.

This luxurious modern interior is a gender-neutral escape.

Add a touch of nature with a wooden feature wall and greenery – even if it’s only on pillow cases!

Grey and brown tones are neither too masculine nor feminine, making them ideal for husband-wife pairs.

Click on the ‘Request Quote’ button on any of the images to receive free quotations from Malaysian interior designers.
You can also check out other local interior design portfolios.

Why you should care

Take a look at our favourite Malaysian bedroom designs by local interior designers.

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