In this home in Syracuse, Italy, distinctive and colorful furnishings, including a lamp designed by one of the homeowners and a wall decal by My Vinilo, customize a white bedroom. Photo by Gunnar Knechtel.
In a renovated concrete villa in Belgium, a cane daybed by prolific Belgian designer Maarten van Severen is surrounded by a resident's accumulated possessions from her travels abroad, including an antique Japanese screen, a vintage lamp purchased from Arizona, and an antique Mongolian side table bought in Ulan Bator. Photo by Frederik Vercruysse.
An an easy-to-lower Murphy bed in a renovated New York apartment converts the bedroom to a multi-use space. Photo by Grant Delin.
A revitalized apartment in New York City uses sliding panels to connect a hot tub to the master bedroom. Photo by Adam Friedberg.
In a renovated chapel in Connecticut, homeowners paired authentic roof beams with a new mahogany headboard to create a cozy bedroom with old and new details. Photo by Juliana Sohn.
In a diminutive home in San Francisco, a curtain hides storage from the master bedroom. Photo by Zubin Shroff.
In a renovated 18th-century flat in Barcelona, an elegant assortment of items that the resident designed for her son surround the bed. Photo by Gunnar Knechtel.
Sliding closet doors line one wall of the master bedroom of this renovated ranch-style home in Portland, Oregon, giving the room a calming, minimalist look. Photo by John Clark.
Each bedroom of Walter Gropius' Hagerty House has one vividly colored western wall—red, blue, yellow, or green—giving the minimalist interior a powerful impact. Photo by Dean Kaufman.