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5 Cozy Bedrooms

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Modern should never mean austere—especially for the bedroom. Here we offer five downright dreamy spaces.
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  In Tom Givone’s rejuvenated 18th-century Floating Farmhouse in upstate New York, a gas fireplace fronted in weathered steel warms up the lofty master bedroom, whose spare decor is framed with beams discovered in a Pennsylvania barn. The Tizio desk lamp is by Artemide.Photo by Mark Mahaney  Photo by: Mark Mahaney

    In Tom Givone’s rejuvenated 18th-century Floating Farmhouse in upstate New York, a gas fireplace fronted in weathered steel warms up the lofty master bedroom, whose spare decor is framed with beams discovered in a Pennsylvania barn. The Tizio desk lamp is by Artemide.

    Photo by Mark Mahaney

    Photo by: Mark Mahaney

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  With the help of architectural team Alan Organschi and Lisa Gray of Gray Organschi, Santiago and Bonnie Suarez renovated  an old church in Greenwich, Connecticut. Their bedroom, beneath the original wood beams, is where the choir used to sing. The tables are from Baker.Photo by Juliana Sohn  Photo by: Juliana Sohn

    With the help of architectural team Alan Organschi and Lisa Gray of Gray Organschi, Santiago and Bonnie Suarez renovated an old church in Greenwich, Connecticut. Their bedroom, beneath the original wood beams, is where the choir used to sing. The tables are from Baker.

    Photo by Juliana Sohn

    Photo by: Juliana Sohn

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  In a 495-square-foot attic in the Söder neighborhood of Stockholm, interior designer Jimmy Schönning tucked his bedroom into the eaves of the building, accessible from a stunning concrete stair set against an inky black wall. The “view” is an enlarged photograph he snapped in Rio de Janeiro.Photo by Per Magnus Persson

    In a 495-square-foot attic in the Söder neighborhood of Stockholm, interior designer Jimmy Schönning tucked his bedroom into the eaves of the building, accessible from a stunning concrete stair set against an inky black wall. The “view” is an enlarged photograph he snapped in Rio de Janeiro.

    Photo by Per Magnus Persson

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  For couple residing in Tokyo, Go Hasegawa just fit a tiny bedroom into a weekend retreat among the trees. "The tiny space makes it look like a bird's nest,” says Hasegawa.  Photo by: Go Hasegawa

    For couple residing in Tokyo, Go Hasegawa just fit a tiny bedroom into a weekend retreat among the trees. "The tiny space makes it look like a bird's nest,” says Hasegawa.

    Photo by: Go Hasegawa

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  In a vacation cabin on Madeline Island, a few miles off the coast of Wisconsin, skylights and huge windows flood the master bedroom—and every room in the house—with sunlight. Architecture by David Salmela. Bed by Techline; lighting by Tech Lighting.Photo by Chad Holder  Photo by: Chad Holder

    In a vacation cabin on Madeline Island, a few miles off the coast of Wisconsin, skylights and huge windows flood the master bedroom—and every room in the house—with sunlight. Architecture by David Salmela. Bed by Techline; lighting by Tech Lighting.

    Photo by Chad Holder

    Photo by: Chad Holder

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