75+ Photos Inside Real People's Bedrooms (Aren't You Curious?)

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I realize that this may not sound polite, but I just want to look into people's homes. I want to see how others live. What style choices do they make? How do they express who they are through furniture and art and color and light? Because we all do it. How we feel about ourselves, our interests, and what brings us joy is on full display in our home. And our bedrooms are our most intimate of spaces. So, if you're like me and are bed-curious, here are over 75 images to enjoy. (Click on the photos to learn more about who's been sleeping in that bed.)

1. Seen in Pioneertown, California:

2. Seen in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York:

3. Seen in Lower Queen Anne, Seattle, Washington:

4. Seen in Oceanside, California:

5. Seen in Hollywood, California:

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6. Seen in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

7. Seen in Joshua Tree, California:

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8. Seen in Port Townsend, WA:

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9. Seen in Culver City, California:

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10. Seen in Newport Beach, California:

11. Seen in London, England:

12. Seen in Lake Arrowhead, California:

13. Seen in Portland, Oregon:

14. Seen in East Sacramento, California:

15. Seen in Pasadena, California:

16. Seen in Portland, Oregon

17. Seen in Echo Park, California:

18. Seen in Marfa, Texas:

19. Seen in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, California:

20. Seen in Islington, North London, England:

21. Seen in Tustin, California:

22. Seen in Downtown Los Angeles, California:

23. Seen in Leucadia, California:

24. Seen in Los Angeles, California:

25. Seen in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

26. Seen in Venice, California:

27. Seen in Sacramento, California:

28. Seen in Downtown Los Angeles, California:

29. Seen in Tucson, Arizona:

30. Seen in Seattle, Washington:

31. Seen in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, California:

32. Seen in Lower East Side, New York:

33. Seen in Pasadena, California:

34. Seen in Parkdale, Toronto, Canada:

35. Seen in Topanga, California:

36. Seen in Portland, Oregon:

37. Seen in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, New York:

38. Seen in Yucca Valley, California:

39. Seen in Sacramento, California:

40. Seen in Mount Washington, Los Angeles, California:

41. Seen in Portland, Oregon:

42. Seen in Santa Monica, California:

43. Seen in Atwater Village, Los Angeles, California:

44. Seen in Mount Hood, Oregon:

45. Seen in Westlake District, Los Angeles, California:

46. Seen in Neukölln, Berlin, Germany:

47. Seen in Glendale, California:

48. Seen in Huntington Beach, California:

49. Seen in Fishtown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

50. Seen in Joshua Tree, California:

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51. Seen in Pasadena, California:

52. Seen in Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, California:

53. Seen in Los Angeles, California:

54. Seen in Highland Park, Los Angeles, California:

55. Seen in Brooklyn Heights, New York:

56. Seen in Echo Park, Los Angeles, California:

57. Seen in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California:

58. Seen in Bell Vista, Pennsylvania:

59. Seen in La Mesa, California:

60. Seen in Highland Park, Los Angeles, California:

61. Seen in Normal Heights, San Diego, California:

62. Seen in Pasadena, California:

63. Seen in Temecula, California:

64. Seen in Waynesboro, Virginia:

65. Seen in Idyllwild, California:

66. Seen in Brewerytown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

67. Seen in Avocado Heights, Vista, California:

68. Seen in Los Feliz, Los Angeles, California:

69. Seen in South Kensington, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

70. Seen in Beverly Grove, Los Angeles, California:

71. Seen in Marfa, Texas:

72. Seen in Echo Park, Los Angeles, California:

73. Seen in Carmel Valley, California:

74. Seen in Lancaster, Pennsylvania:

75. Seen in Noe Valley, San Francisco, California:

76. Seen in Oak Park, California:

77. Seen in Omaha Heights, California:

78. Seen in College East, San Diego, California:

79. Seen in Portland, Oregon:

Laurie Gunning Grossman, Hunker’s editorial director, caught the California boho minimalist bug. So, she bought a cream-colored couch. And she also lives with two kids and two dogs, so we’ll see how that decision pans out.

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