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7 Light-Filled Bedrooms

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Whether located in dense, urban environments or the middle of the woods, window-clad bedrooms that let lots of light in offer the best sleeping experiences.
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  The bedroom of this steel-and-aluminum prefab house overlooks the Northern California landscape. Photo by Noah Webb.  Photo by: Noah WebbCourtesy of: Noah Webb

    The bedroom of this steel-and-aluminum prefab house overlooks the Northern California landscape. Photo by Noah Webb.

    Photo by: Noah Webb

    Courtesy of: Noah Webb

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  The architect of this Athens apartment carved a window into an L-shaped wall to open the cramped master bedroom to a small, light-filled atrium.  Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel

    The architect of this Athens apartment carved a window into an L-shaped wall to open the cramped master bedroom to a small, light-filled atrium.

    Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel

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  After opening a bank of folding doors by NanaWall, this Cincinatti bedroom practically feels like it's outdoors. But to take that feeling one step further, the bed can slide out onto the terrace for under-the-stars sleeping. Photo by Ty Wright.  Photo by: Ty Wright Courtesy of: Ty Wright

    After opening a bank of folding doors by NanaWall, this Cincinatti bedroom practically feels like it's outdoors. But to take that feeling one step further, the bed can slide out onto the terrace for under-the-stars sleeping. Photo by Ty Wright.

    Photo by: Ty Wright

    Courtesy of: Ty Wright

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  In the sleeping loft of this Washington cabin, floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the fir canopy of the surrounding forest. Photo by Benjamin Benschneider.  Photo by: Benjamin Benschneider

    In the sleeping loft of this Washington cabin, floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the fir canopy of the surrounding forest. Photo by Benjamin Benschneider.

    Photo by: Benjamin Benschneider

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  A windows-filled bedroom in an Oregon prefab overlooks a deck.  Courtesy of: Nic Lehoux

    A windows-filled bedroom in an Oregon prefab overlooks a deck.

    Courtesy of: Nic Lehoux

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  Sliding glass doors surrounding the bedroom in this Capetown penthouse lead to a screened outdoor veranda. Photo by Elsa Young.  Photo by: Elsa YoungCourtesy of: Elsa Young

    Sliding glass doors surrounding the bedroom in this Capetown penthouse lead to a screened outdoor veranda. Photo by Elsa Young.

    Photo by: Elsa Young

    Courtesy of: Elsa Young

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  Instead of creating formal walls, the architect of this home in Hiroshima wrapped the structure in polycarbonate plastic, so light streams into every room. Photo by Toshiyuki Yano.  Photo by: Toshiyuki YanoCourtesy of: Toshiyuki Yano

    Instead of creating formal walls, the architect of this home in Hiroshima wrapped the structure in polycarbonate plastic, so light streams into every room. Photo by Toshiyuki Yano.

    Photo by: Toshiyuki Yano

    Courtesy of: Toshiyuki Yano

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