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Master Bedroom
The master bedroom flooring is inspired by old church floors, with painted black floor boards and broken surfaces giving the room a rustic contrast to the satin white and black walls. The beds by Gruppo Euromobil in both the bedrooms feature a simple construction in a headless design with the plank directly resting on low sideboards, painted in neutral pastel tones and adorned by black linen. Light enters the room creating an interesting silhouette through the cellular window shades from Hunter Douglas.
In the master bedroom, Azul Giorgione by Alberto Gálvez hangs above a locally manufactured bed from Soluzioni. The sheets, pillow cases and blanket are from Restoration Hardware; the decorative pillows and quilted coverlet are from Bed, Bath, and Beyond.
Each of the private zones enjoys its own outdoor space. The master bedroom has access to a balcony that runs along the front of the apartment.
Furniture designer Pat Carson created a plethora of custom fixtures for the guest room, including a riveted aluminum Murphy bed.
“We edited down until the house just became a pure white box,” Rogers says. “By the end of it all, we rethought everything except the internal walls.” The bright, skylit master bedroom is accented with Richard Woods’s iconic grains, which grace the floor.
More prized possessions that made the cut: A George Nelson Half-Nelson lamp sits atop an Alexander Girard bedside table.
“There’s a soulfulness in this small house that’s impossible to replicate in something completely new. The sweetness truly lingers," says architect Michael Lee.
The bottom level houses the bedrooms where Pilar, José Roberto, Patty, and Jimena loll.
Baumann designed the plywood bed frame and shelving unit in the master bedroom, adjacent to an exposed cinder-block wall, a new addition to the structure.
Openstudio worked with local builders, using a palette of regional materials: patterned brick, white ceramic tiles, and roughcast lime-washed plaster.
In the master bedroom, a custom bed by Jason Micciche is outfitted with linens from Marimekko; the ceiling fan is by Fanimation.
The family keeps the plywood-lined interiors sparse, using campaign furniture and sleeping bags when they stay here; the floor coverings are by Chilewich, and the wood-burning stove is by Rais.
Räsymatto bedding by Marimekko in the studio is complemented by a green Anglepoise lamp from Sydney boutique Planet Furniture.
The custom bed features under-mattress drawers.
Antique Art Deco–style lamps flank a West Elm bed in the master bedroom, which accesses a private backyard garden. The smoke-colored Series 11 6 Drawer Console is from Blu Dot; the built-in shelving was custom-made by Wood Management.
Bedroom view from the hallway
Alexander Vertikoff
In the bedroom, storage was designed to fade away into the background, while a colorful painting pops against the white backdrop.
Across from it, a Murphy bed by Resource Furniture—lined with Camilla Meijer wallpaper and featuring a customized niche—allows the space to function as a guest room. An electric Velux skylight frames views of the original tin plates above. The architects chose to leave space between the top of the structure and the ceiling to maintain the rectangular proportions of the loft. “It reads right away,” Singer says of the volume. “It’s very satisfying.”
The Murphy bed niche is lined in deep blue fabric by Knoll.
The ceiling is 15 feet high in the bedroom, where a photograph from the set of the movie Giant, which was filmed in Marfa, complements  a chartreuse throw from El Cosmico and a Bruce Lee Supreme skate deck from Exhibitions 2d.
“You go down a hall and turn left to go to bed, to block noise from the living room,” Jones says. “And each space in the house looks out onto something different, in all directions.” The bed is custom-made by Jones, which is covered with linens from Bespoke Design in Victoria, B.C. A black Tolomeo mini table lamp sits on the nightstand.
A charcoal triptych by Gina Jacupke hangs above the Living Divani bed in the master suite.
Cozy and minimalist, the wall becomes the headboard and focal point
The bedding is intentionally simple, without layers of unnecessary pillows, and the “non-headboard headboard,” as Santos describes it, is a loose macramé wall hanging by Sally England. The built-in storage wall that defines the space is painted Kendall Charcoal by Benjamin Moore in a matte finish—a shade used on millwork throughout the house. The Isaac brass sconces are from Schoolhouse Electric, and the floor lamp is from Crate & Barrel. The rocker was custom made by Onefortythree in Las Vegas.
The master bedroom’s  custom bed has built-in storage. The lighting is by Workstead.
Custom curtains by Katie Koch Home offer privacy in the master suite, where Ron plays the trumpet. The couple own a mix of new and vintage Mies van der Rohe Barcelona chairs.
Dollops of black define the open-plan area, but in the bedrooms, brighter colors prevail.
In the master bedroom, a pair of Artemide Tolomeo sconces bookend a Matchbox bed by Edwin Blue.
The rooms, featuring sloped ceilings, feel small and intimate. In the guest bedroom, there is a custom bed and a Swedish school desk found on eBay.
Highlighting the home's asymmetrical geometry, the design team decided to use a range of window sizes throughout.
The design team decided to combine two smaller bedrooms into one more comfortable master suite with a large closet and dressing area. They also eliminated a fourth bedroom, further improving the circulation of the house.
The bedroom is located on a mezzanine just below the roof of the church. The minimal decor and simple arrangement of the room reflect the client’s modest tastes. The small pewter spotlights and pendant by Holloways of London connect to an exposed galvanized conduit that is set against the brick above the bed.
The bedroom features a floating wall, with beautiful views on three sides.
This small, L-shaped apartment has a bed box with an arched doorway with white walls and plywood finishings.
The current master bedroom
The master bedroom includes an armoire by Kastella and a chandelier by Lambert & Fils. A portion of the ceiling was pared back to expose the underside of the original roof.
Guest Relax
Daughter's Bedroom

Perhaps the room that most reflects our personality is the bedroom. It's an extension of ourselves, and there are endless opportunities to personalize, decorate, and reconfigure it to better express our individual tastes. These modern bedrooms are furnished with well-designed beds, dressers, night stands, chairs, wardrobes, and storage options—and exhibit trends in lighting and flooring.