November 30, 2022

Our bedroom is our haven, our safe space, to which we rush after a bad day at work, or simply a bad day in general! I love cozying up in my bed, snacking, and watching some Netflix, with my favorite PJs on! So, making my bedroom as comfortable as possible is a major priority for me. And one way of doing this is by filling it up with innovative designs, that just help make our lives easier and more comfortable. Hence, we’ve curated a collection of products that work perfectly for your bedroom! From a smart bed that comes with a 70-inch retractable screen to a ‘cuddle cave’ for you to snuggle into, these designs will add a whole lot of value to your bedroom, and make it whole. You won’t feel like leaving your bedroom at all, once these products enter it.

1. The Air-Shape Lamp

It’s not difficult to deduce the inspiration for this work of art that’s also meant to be a design for an actual lamp. Many of us would have had fond memories of blowing bubbles through circular devices, sometimes screaming in glee as each ephemeral sphere floated and then popped. There is something otherworldly about bubbles as they display the different colors of the rainbow on their translucent surfaces

Why is it noteworthy?

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

What we like

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

What we dislike

2. BOOF

To elevate the pleasure of reading to a state when a book itself is the source of light, BOOF deserves a mention! Shaped like a house, the reading lamp basically comes on a metallic disk, but the fun is added when you put a book on top of its roof. BOOF, the lamp lights up, embodying the appearance of a house lit during the night.

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Why is it noteworthy?

The subtle light on the window and the ground floor of the house light up when the book is placed on top. Here, the triangular roof serves as a natural bookmark for the book you place on it. The light is soft and inspiring which will allow you to focus on the handwriting you’re flipping through in the pitch-dark ambiance of your room.

What we like

  • Merges with the bedroom decor

What we dislike

3. The +CLOCK

Snagging the coveted Red Dot Design Concept Award in the Best of Best category, the +CLOCK is an automatic pill organizer and dispenser that functions like a clock but distributes pills at the time set by the user.

Why is it noteworthy?

The +CLOCK isn’t merely a clock. It’s more of a habit-building device that also happens to tell the time, hence the name +CLOCK for the fact that it’s also a clock. The gizmo sits on any bedside table and comes with an appearance comparable to the Tmall Genie Queen smart mirror. Underneath its large clock face sits a carousel featuring 28 slots for daily meds.

What we like

  • You can input medicines based on days or the time of the day, with the ability to fill up to 28 slots
  • Helps you build a habit to take your medicines

What we dislike

4. MAGEPAN

MAGEPAN is a concept for a small box that frees that socket from those limitations. It’s small enough to pack inside your bag or even stashed in your pocket. And while it was designed specifically with the bedside socket in mind, its design lends itself well to other purposes.

Why is it noteworthy?

In a nutshell, it’s a magnetic wireless charger whose body plugs directly into a power socket, removing the middle man of a long cord. While that might not make sense in normal cases where such sockets are far away, hotel rooms are filled with such facilities that don’t get used that much because of their location.

What we like

  • The charger has a handy night light that will keep you from groping in the dark

What we dislike

5. The Hariana Tech Smart Ultimate Bed

The Hariana Tech Smart Ultimate Bed has an integrated reclining massage chair with a remote, a built-in Bluetooth speaker, a bookshelf, a reading lamp, an air cleaning system, an area to plug in and charges your devices, a foot-stool that opens up for extra storage, and a pop-up desk for the ultimate WFH setup, Netflix marathon or cozy reading hours. The sound system also features an SD card slot, an auxiliary port, and a USB port. Another interesting detail about the Hariana bed is a password-protected safe box for you to store your most precious belongings – for me, it would be my passport and snacks!

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Why is it noteworthy?

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 will need to relax within your bed frame. It’s the ultimate bed to unwind after a long day at work!

What we like

  • Features a password-protected safe box
  • Sufficient storage spaces integrated into the bed

What we dislike

  • Hefty price tag
  • Unsuitable for homes with space constraints

6. The Tablecloth Side Table

This side table looks like a modern sculpture that captures the gentle curves and surfaces a tablecloth in the middle of falling into place.

Why is it noteworthy?

Tables are meant to be stable to be useful, but the Tablecloth side table seems to provoke contrasting images of stability and fluidity. While most tables have four legs to have a 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 taper sharply to the feet, are ones you’d associate with dynamism or even imbalance.

What we like

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

What we dislike

7. The Bed Hanger Rack

This interesting concept brought to light is the Bed Hanger Rack, which as the name suggests, is an extension of the open cupboard concept. It attaches to the bed and offers space to hang clothes and racks to stuff smartphones, remotes, game consoles, and other accessories you’d want handy while in bed.

Why is it noteworthy?

In addition to the hanging storage and shelving extensions, the hanger rack gets slightly more interesting with its assembly: possible to match the layout of your room. The rack can be installed alongside the shorter front or the longer side of the bed; so that it can attach without having to change the placement of the existing bed. The effective usage of the space above the bed permits you to effortlessly store everyday wear on hangers around the bed; so you skip the trouble of folding and sorting the clothes in a regular cupboard.

What we like

  • Makes the whole process of clothes management efficient and convenient

What we dislike

8. Floof

Initially designed for our furred friends, the designer has created two human-sized Floofs for the perfect at-home getaway, even for just a few hours. Simply dive in, alone or with a friend or a snack, and curl up into a hopefully comfortable position while the day is away.

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Why is it noteworthy?

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

What we like

  • Provides a ‘getaway’ within your own home
  • Made to vegan specifications so that it can be used by any and all people

What we dislike

9. Amazon Halo Rise

This is the all-new Halo Rise sleep tracker and bedside lamp that comes just at a time when wearable sleep trackers are gaining traction in the wellness market.

Why is it noteworthy?

The USP here is the fact that the Halo Rise tracks your slumber without the need to wear a smartwatch or fitness band. This will pique the interest of insomniacs who don’t like wearing any gadget overnight.

What we like

  • Every micro-movement is detected, along with the patterns in breathing to ascertain the sleep score

What we dislike

10. The Moonsetter

Moonsetter

The Moonsetter enters the scene as a ray of sunshine…err, moonlight to your room. It is like having the moonlight coming in through your window or the gaps in the curtains. You do not need too much bright light anyway—just some ambient lighting to set the mood for a good night’s rest.

Why is it noteworthy?

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

What we like

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

What we dislike