This Portal-Themed Bedroom Is Outrageous And I Want To Live In It

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Have you ever wanted to live like an Aperture Labs test subject? You have? Well then, you might want to consider living in a ridiculously cool custom-made bedroom like this one.

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The room, designed by a gamer/interior-decorator/accountant/wizard named Lauren, has been a labor of love, and man, does it show. She details her work at her website, The Portal Bedroom, saying that the project was inspired by an infinity mirror, which creates a similar effect to looking through a cascade of portals in the game.

Around the same time I found this, I’d finally gotten around to playing Portal 2, so I already had Portal on the brain, so I put two and two together and thought “A PORTAL ROOM!”

I looked all over the internet to see if anybody else had designed a Portal-themed bedroom yet that I could get some inspiration from. I found a few rooms, and some of them were pretty cool, but I just couldn’t find one that I absolutely loved. So I issued myself a challenge: To design from scratch a Portal-themed bedroom that while obviously Portal, would also be aesthetically-pleasing enough that any non-gamer could still look at it and go “Hey, that’s a really neat looking room!” rather than “what’s up with all the weird stuff on the walls?”

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The results are nothing short of astonishing. Check this shit out:

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There's much more over at The Portal Room's website. We salute you, Lauren.

(Via Christina Norman)

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curtanderson
Curt Anderson

I admire the effort and the tasteful print. But this room would make me go absolutely mad. Also notably absent is a computer or gaming console, or any entertainment whatsoever aside from the Portal Toys and possibly a stereo further emphasizing my point.