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The master bedroom.
The bedrooms feel like sanctuaries, as they’re much darker and enclosed than other spaces in the home.
Light streams into the bedroom through walls of floor-to-ceiling glass.
Baumann designed the plywood bed frame and shelving unit in the master bedroom, adjacent to an exposed cinder-block...
The snug attic contains the couple’s platform bed, custom designed by Bjerre-Poulsen to maximize storage and fit the...
In the bedroom, an open closet with built-in shelving leads to the master bathroom.
In the master bedroom, a small, cramped closet was replaced with a wardrobe that is partially obscured by a slatted...
Two bedrooms separated by sliding doors occupy the partial second story.
Light floods the second floor master bedroom, and floor-to-ceiling windows are buffered by adjacent steel mesh wall.
When not in use as the headboard, the large redwood slab folds down to become a desk.
A bedroom with a view of Manhattan in the Wythe Hotel.
Wenes and Lens conceptualized a gradation of white to gray hues for the walls of the 1,500-square-foot gallery into the...
The bedroom’s vertical, floor-to-ceiling window lets occupants admire the graceful trees outside.
Like the pavilion holding the public spaces, the structure containing the bedrooms is clad in glass on the interior...
Open to the valley, the home lets the Shopes fully experience the seasons, even the sound of the Hudson River’s ice...
From the northeast corner of the master bedroom, the homeowners can walk out onto a deck area to enjoy the view of the...
The hideaway grows darker as residents move through the space toward the bedroom.
On the other side of the apartment, a bedroom doubles as a workspace.
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