Anime bedrooms are whimsical renditions of dream resting places that we all covet. But while fantasy-like, they are also achievable in real life.
If you’re looking for decoration ideas, continue reading. We’ve extensively researched the Internet for the best interior decorating ideas to inspire you.
This anime bedroom is clean and minimalistic. With a neutral palette of whites and blues, you will feel at ease in this place. Everything is orderly, so the general outlook is tidy, even with clutter strewn around.
Since there is a large window to allow maximum light, the cool shades of the place seem less chilly. Hence, the soothing blue walls are an excellent way to induce rest at night.
You can incorporate some great ideas from this picture. For example, adopt the neat layout of the study table and the bookshelf. Geometric squares are the focus here, so look for furniture that has underlying Scandinavian themes. Think clean lines, functional tables and chairs with thin legs and simple forms for your bedroom.
Fresh and green
This anime bedroom looks fresh and vibrant, with green as the central colour theme. It is a nod to Studio Ghibli movies, where landscapes always seem to have a soft, dreamy filter.
A consistent colour theme ties this space with green paint, ceiling, ceiling, and green bed sheets. Moreover, with parquet flooring, the whole place looks cosy and warm.
If you want to create a real-life anime bedroom like this one, choosing green wallpaper with flowery patterns is a start. This is because the colour gives the eye a focal point, and you can continue to add similar looking furniture to your bedroom. For rugs and bedsheets, choose similarly patterned fabrics. In addition, add antique chests and end tables for a countryside aesthetic.
This eye-catching anime bedroom is a gamer’s dream, with its comfortable study set up. We can imagine spending time in this place playing games.
The best part is the sweeping floor to ceiling curtains that frame the window, giving the whole place a surreal aesthetic. The other highlight is the study area is near the futon so that you can crash into your bed straightaway.
You want to add the curtains to your bedroom if you are inspired. Floor to ceiling curtains is a subtle guide that gets visitors to take in the entire expanse of the space, making it look bigger. You can also add leafy plants and choose furniture with simple lines. These details will help your area look like the above anime bedroom background.
This anime bedroom cleverly uses the cosy nook created by the alcove. With cushy pillows strewn above a raised platform, you can imagine yourself reading there.
Small details give this aesthetic a cosy luxe appearance: the photographs of famous landmarks on the wall allude to the owner’s love of travel, and pastel hues feature prominently here.
Some places have an awkward nook with large windows that are difficult to decorate. Therefore, you can follow this anime bedroom idea if you have corners in your house like that. Perhaps place your bed in the nook to create a private resting place for yourself.
Choose paintings you like in different canvas sizes and place them in these corners. Since these alcoves usually have high ceilings, adding shorter furniture can look odd. The paintings provide a nice juxtaposition by mixing up the scale and height of the elements.
This anime bedroom inspiration is perfect if you have green fingers and like plants. It reminds us of eternal spring since the recurring theme is blooming foliage everywhere.
Apart from the aesthetic, plants have a functional benefit to your bedroom. They can filter the air you breathe, so you’ll wake up to cleaner air. Besides that, they also brighten up the space considerably. Plants can enhance creativity and reduce stress levels.
If you think of adding plants to your bedroom, it’s good to know that certain plants are easier to maintain.
Plants that can adapt to low light conditions, such as snake plants, philodendrons, and English ivy, can survive with low to moderate light. You should also choose plants that require less watering if you forget to nurture your plants. It will be pretty disastrous to rest at night, only to wake up to withering plants.
If you’re looking for anime bedroom ideas and happen to be a Studio Ghibli fan, then you might recognise this scene from Kiki’s loft. Tucked in what appears to be a rooftop attic, this peaceful scene is too lovely not to recreate in real life.
Furthermore, placing the dining table near the slanted roof window to get natural light gives the user a chance to curl near the window and observe the sky.
You can incorporate specific details into real life for those lucky to have a rooftop attic. The first is using the light available from the slanted roof windows. Place a cosy chair there so you can curl up and read in the day. Putting plants that do not require constant sunlight can also be an excellent detail.
This pretty anime bedroom aesthetic features mosaic glass panels with gemstone colours that complement the parquet floor. On top of that, the cottage vibes with antique looking sofa chairs and heavy furniture balance the room, keeping it from looking too psychedelic.
Using textured textiles on the fabric of the sofa and bed gives the whole place an orderly look. Flowers and plants also add a good amount of chintz and brighten up dark corners.
If you want to add this to your bedroom, put plants and flowers in ornate vases. Add them to dark corners for a flirty, fun look. Choose furniture with interesting looking details, such as curved table ends or intricate headboards for beds. Chintz, or patterned flower textiles, are also a bonus as it makes your place look cheerful.
This Japanese anime bedroom inspiration is so quaint, and it even makes the mess on the floor seem like a coincidental detail. Pastel hues give it a dream-like quality.
Besides that, tiled walls, small plants, and various art equipment on the floor give this place a creative vibe.
We recommend adding wallpaper in pastel colours to your walls to achieve this aesthetic. However, if your place is too bright, add drapes to darken the room. The long curtains will also make the room appear bigger. Also, a low futon with bedsheets in vivid colours for contrast will work well.
This anime bedroom idea is for maximalists who believe in “more is more”. Hence, 'Orderly chaos' is the name of the game here.
While it differs from the minimalist Zen styles we see, a maximalist design with bold colours and various room decorations can also be welcoming.
We recommend choosing a few wall decorations with a unifying theme: mirrors with wooden frames or eye-popping visuals. Put two or three of the same on the walls so that the design looks cohesive. Leafy and climbing plants can also add colour to the space.
Real-Life: A Hidden Gem
Exposed brick walls create an aesthetic anime bedroom look here, along with hanging plants and a cosy resting area.
The large window with square frames makes the place appear spacious. In addition to the exposed brick walls, the entire picture looks like a hidden, safe space for daydreaming.
If you do not have exposed brick walls, adding patterned frames to your windows is the next best alternative. For example, try looking for the wooden casing for your windows. Teak wood is preferred for withstanding weather elements that cause wear and tear. In addition, look for ceramic flower vases and dark leafy plants. These details will frame the space and give it a ‘hideaway’ appearance.
Fresh and Bright
This fresh and bright anime bedroom idea is perfect for those who like clever storage ideas. We see very functional, customisable shelves that can hold different items.
The use of the railing across the wall helps to keep clothes tidy. In addition, you can also hang any hats or accessories up there. With every item within reach, it’s easy to see at a glance what you need.
For a real-life version, choose furniture and fabrics that are predominantly cream coloured. For contrast, add bold prints or wooden frames. In addition, it’s also good to find practical storage features that can fit the room.
We hope all these pictures give you a visual inspiration to start to put together a resting space to relax and recharge! Follow us on Pinterest @HonestHomeTalks for more ideas!
Next, check out our list of Anime living room ideas for inspiration for your own homes!