15 Photos of Abandoned Bedrooms I Found While Exploring


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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, be intimate with each other, have discussions and laughter, and more. Sometimes even personal belongings have been left behind, for whatever reason. Since the bedroom is such a personal space and the memories and history of that space is slowly consumed by nature when it’s abandoned, I decided to create a set of some I’ve run into while exploring.

The most intriguing bedroom I ran into is the one in the former child hospital.

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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 exploration 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.

Here are some other bedrooms I’ve found in various abandoned places over the years:

In an abandoned French castle.
In an abandoned French castle.
A room in a decaying hotel.
A room in a decaying hotel.
A room in a majestic abandoned castle.
A room in a majestic abandoned castle.
An abandoned children's hospital.
An abandoned children’s hospital.
A lovely Italian bedroom.
A lovely Italian bedroom.
A room with a creepy doll.
A room with a creepy doll.
Hole in the roof.
Hole in the roof.
Mold on the wall.
Mold on the wall.
An abandoned hotel room.
An abandoned hotel room.
A simple bedroom.
A simple bedroom.
Bedroom in a palace.
Bedroom in a palace.

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A bed for a child in a former hotel.
A bed for a child in a former hotel.

About the author: Roman Robroek is a 29-year-old Netherlands-based urban photographer. You can see more of his work on his website, or by following him on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. This article was also published here.





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