Portraits Of Women’s Bedrooms Offer A Different Kind Of Voyeurism [Pics]

Portraits Of Women’s Bedrooms Offer A Different Kind Of Voyeurism [Pics]
Arts & Culture

A photo arrangement that highlights individuality and diversity.

Serena Chu
  • 14 january 2014

Catching a glimpse of a girl’s bedroom is more than just an understanding of her day-to-day functions. Instead, it is imaginative exploration of her inner psyche. Photographers Gabriele Galimberti and Edoardo Delille made it their mission to document this habitat. Their photo series, entitled Mirrors and Windows, captures the bedrooms of girls, between the ages of 18 and 30, around the world to convey the message of individuality.

Proving that there is a world outside the IKEA aesthetics, this simple setting provides insight into their socioeconomic statues, religious backgrounds and family lives.


If you click through the photos below, you will see how a German girl’s life dramatically differs from that of a Brazilian girl’s. One room might be over-cluttered with designer shoes and apparel, while the other is so bare that it only contains a bunk bed and a 15-inch TV set.

Mirrors and Windows


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