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15 Photos Of Abandoned Bedrooms Show Their Dusty Remains

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Falling through the floor.

The bedroom is one of the most personal spaces in a house, hotel or any other kind of building. It’s a place where my imagination can go wild. When I stand in an abandoned bedroom I’d like to think ‘what happened here?’. People used to sleep here, been intimate with each other, had discussions and laughter etc. Sometimes even personal belongings have been left behind as you can see in the pictures, for whatever reason. Since the bedroom is such a personal space and the memories / history of that space is being consumed by nature, I decided to create a set of a couple I ran into while exploring.

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Bed for a child in a former hotel.
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Majestic abandoned castle.

The most intriguing bedroom I ran into is the one in the former child hospital. It’s been closed about 30 years ago and considering that still in a pretty good condition, besides the natural decay. Wind and rain made this a very creepy explore since I kept on hearing the weirdest noises. The building had classrooms, a chapel and several bedrooms. Imagining how kids used to stay here and seeing the beds it intrigued me.

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Room in a decaying hotel.

The strangest thing that happened to me was when I was exploring an abandoned house. After checking every room on the ground floor I went up to check the other rooms. Opened the door to one of the bedrooms and there was a body in the bed! It scared me a lot and at first I ran off. Checked again a few minutes later and saw that the body was breathing. Must have been a ‘homeless’ guy. I decided to leave right after that.

You never know what might happen.

This article has also been published on PetaPixel and DIY Photography.

The photos below show the rest of the bedrooms for this serie:

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Former child hospital.
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Lovely Italian bedroom.
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Creepy doll.
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Hole in the roof.
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Mold on the wall.
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Abandoned hotel room.
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Former doctor residency.
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Abandoned French castle.
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Simple bedroom.
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Bedroom in a palace.


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Gretelill Svendsenreply
November 29, 2016 at 9:20 pm

Wonderful photos . Beatiful lightening !

November 29, 2016 at 9:23 pm
– In reply to: Gretelill Svendsen

Thanks a lot, glad you like them!

Carol Thompsonreply
November 30, 2016 at 11:13 pm

Love the photos..You obviously enjoy what you do very much..

November 30, 2016 at 11:29 pm
– In reply to: Carol Thompson

Thanks a lot, Carol! I sure do, can’t get enough.

December 1, 2016 at 2:48 pm

Love looking into the past with you and how people lived, you have an amazing job keep the creepy yet beautiful pictures of wonder coming

December 1, 2016 at 2:55 pm
– In reply to: Cindy

Thanks a lot, Cindy! I sure have and will keep the pictures coming! 🙂

December 3, 2016 at 1:41 pm

Beautiful photos Roman. Triggers your imagination indeed. I am amazed how good the textiles and curtains withstand the decay. Some of your hotelrooms even look better than the ones I have slept in on business trips 🙂 Keep upvthe good work. Love to see more of your work.

December 3, 2016 at 2:10 pm
– In reply to: Nico

Thanks a lot, Nico! Always a pleasure.

December 28, 2016 at 7:31 pm

Truly amazing work Roman, I’m deeply impressed, it really triggers my fantasy and raises many question marks. I wonder if you were in some cases at least able to find answers as to who was living in these places and why they have left? Anyway, thank you for this experience 🙂

December 28, 2016 at 8:32 pm
– In reply to: Bernadett

Thanks a lot, Bernadett! I’m very glad you like my work. In some cases I’ve been able to find history of the place. This place for example: click here.

Woods Mendonzareply
January 6, 2017 at 2:45 pm

Nice Photo and great work your bedroom. i like it.

January 6, 2017 at 2:46 pm
– In reply to: Woods Mendonza

Thanks a lot!

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