The clocks are changing, but we say stay in bed

How do you like your eggs in the morning? We like ours poached on sourdough toast and in bed, thanks for asking.

Ah, Sunday mornings. Reading The Sunday Times Culture Magazine in bed, sipping a cup of freshly brewed drip coffee – what could be better? An extra hour in bed, that’s what. In celebration of the clocks going back this Sunday, we’ve compiled a list of 11 of the best bedrooms in our collection.

Cloud 9, NYCGetting sheets to look that effortlessly crumpled takes work, trust us.

Easy Breezy, BerlinGive us a flash of exposed concrete, and you can get away with almost anything.

The Ivory Mansion, LondonIf you're someone who prefers a soothing colour palette, then you'll love waking up in this bedroom. 

The Swankster, LAAs a rule, we usually steer clear of satin sheets. But, this room is so outrageous, it works.

The Grand Sanctuary, BerlinGood morning sunshine!

Desiderata, RomeLife’s short. You might as well go all in every now and again.

Haus of Velvet, ParisHaus of Velvet mixes vintage furniture with rustic features and a touch of elegance –  we are all about it. 

The High View, LondonIf Wes Anderson were French, we imagine this is what his bedroom would look like.

Villafranca, Madrid
Exposed beams and plastered walls in a rustic environment call for candlelit evenings.

On the Sea, Tel AvivFor that view, we’d sleep on an air mattress. Well probably not, but perhaps a futon.

A Royal Affair, CopenhagenWith the Danish queen next door, you'll sleep like royalty here. 

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