Because the room in which you sleep should literally be the stuff of dreams.
This bamboo bunkhouse in Bali.
Rent it on Airbnb.
This aquatic bedroom with a glass-bottom floor.
Or this one that’s completely underwater.
For a considerable price, the Ithaa Undersea Restaurant at the Conrad Maldives Rangali can be rented out as a private hotel suite.
And this one that floats.
Photo: Dymitr Malcew
Singapore-based architect Dymitr Malcew is responsible for this buoyant abode.
This whimsical tree house bedroom in the mountains.
Book a stay here.
And this one in Kent, England.
Photo: Kent Cottage Holiday
This suspended loft bedroom that leads to a rooftop garden.
This San Francisco bedroom with round, rotating windows.
Photo: Craig Steely Architecture
More info and images here.
And this bedroom that’s all windows.
Photo: Golden Crown
Garden Shed is a solar-powered stand-alone bedroom by Finnish design firm Avanto Architects.
This tented bedroom beneath a large thatched canopy in Southern Kenya.
This outdoor bedroom with a suspended sleeping nook.
This rustic room with bed posts made of trees.
This ocean-side bedroom with a retractable window wall.
This intimate loft bedroom in the Italian Alps.
Or this one with a sunken bathtub.
This impossibly cozy attic bedroom.
This bedroom with hammock flooring.
This medieval bedroom that’s fit for a king or queen.
This pool-side bedroom.
This bedroom that lets the outdoors in.
And this one that is in fact outdoors.
This gorgeous minimalist bedroom with a gorgeous ocean view.