9 Comfortable Bedrooms in Renovated Homes

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April 30, 2014
As one of the home's most intimate spaces, the bedroom should be a tranquil retreat. These nine renovated homes take this into account, blending comfort with personality.
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  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.  Photo by: Gunnar KnechtelCourtesy of: Gunnar Knechtel

    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.

    Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel

    Courtesy of: Gunnar Knechtel

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  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.  Photo by: Frederik Vercruysse

    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.

    Photo by: Frederik Vercruysse

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  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.  Photo by: Grant Delin

    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.

    Photo by: Grant Delin

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  A revitalized apartment in New York City uses sliding panels to connect a hot tub to the master bedroom. Photo by Adam Friedberg.  Photo by: Adam Friedberg

    A revitalized apartment in New York City uses sliding panels to connect a hot tub to the master bedroom. Photo by Adam Friedberg.

    Photo by: Adam Friedberg

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  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.  Photo by: Juliana Sohn

    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.

    Photo by: Juliana Sohn

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  In a diminutive home in San Francisco, a curtain hides storage from the master bedroom. Photo by Zubin Shroff.  Photo by: Zubin Shroff

    In a diminutive home in San Francisco, a curtain hides storage from the master bedroom. Photo by Zubin Shroff.

    Photo by: Zubin Shroff

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  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.  Photo by: Gunnar KnechtelCourtesy of: Gunnar Knechtel

    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.

    Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel

    Courtesy of: Gunnar Knechtel

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  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.  Photo by: John Clark

    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.

    Photo by: John Clark

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  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.

    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.

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