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20 on-screen bedrooms we wish were ours

A woman's bedroom is her haven. It's where she does most of her relaxing, thinking about the day and, of course, sleeping. Not only that, the way in which she's decorated and arranged her room tells you a lot about her personality.

Here, we've selected some of the most amazing bedrooms from the big and small screen, in which we'd simply love to have a kip (and have a little rummage). Tell us which one is your favourite in the comments below or tweet us your favourite @StylistMagazine.

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