1054 Bedroom Design Photos And Ideas - Page 4

Maira wallpaper from the 70s adorns the guest bathroom. When they knocked down several interior walls, Sawatzky and Flanders were left with tons of lath—the thin, irregular strips of softwood that provided the base for wall plaster. With the help of a demolition contractor, they sorted out the cleanest pieces to reuse. The couple clad the box on the second floor that contains their bathroom and closets with the lath, nail-gunning each piece to the walls.
External shutters and screens allow the homeowners to manage the sunlight and cross ventilation in certain rooms. Manos Mavridis, also of OLA Studio, explains, “There was a preference for the screens to be manually operated to minimize ongoing maintenance costs and encourage user engagement with their environment."
The master suite is a large space anchored by a custom-built
In the master bedroom, expanses of white and peach paint play against the geometric lines of an inlaid-bone nightstand from Anthropologie. The traditional four-poster bed is from West Elm; the brass Cedar & Moss sconce is from Rejuvenation.
A white Alba armoire by Pinch stands next to the brand’s Iona cheval mirror in a second-floor bedroom. The Moroccan rug was found in Paris; the Malm bed from IKEA was a budget buy.
A peek inside the master bedroom, with touches of marigold yellow throughout.
The guest bedrooms feature lighting by Jonathan Adler, including a Horse table lamp in the downstairs unit and an Antwerp pendant upstairs.
The residents sleep beneath Douglas fir beams that they darkened using a mix of Ebony and Moorish Teak wood stain by Zar. In front of a small balcony is an early American farm bench purchased at the Rhinebeck Antique Fair. The Gaser rug is from IKEA.
By replacing a wall with a custom wood-and-glass partition, architect Matt Krajewski transformed a previously dark one-bedroom railroad apartment in Manhattan into a light-filled home. Compact furnishings, like a Mandal bed frame from IKEA with integrated storage, maximize every inch of the 390-square-foot unit, housed in a former tenement building.
A custom lacquered-wood headboard with built-in task lights by MLE complements a Pianca bed in the master bedroom. An IC Lights T lamp by Michael Anastassiades for Flos offers additional illumination.
Rather than clutter the master bedroom with furniture, Frame Design Lab created a system where night stands hang from a wall-mounted headboard.
In the bathroom, narrow porcelain floor tiles, which require more grout, provide extra traction to prevent slips.
The living area is appointed with small, efficient furnishings, including a rolling tray table by Hans Bolling and a Diplomat Sleeper Sofa by Blu Dot (a second one is situated opposite the Murphy bed).
After successfully reconfiguring his own tiny New York City apartment, Robert Garneau, partner at Architecture Workshop PC, reinvented a 400-square-foot studio for neighbors just a few floors down. Called the Pivot Apartment, the highly efficient residence now serves multiple functions, thanks to a central modular unit that can be arranged to create distinct stations for living, sleeping, and entertaining.
An 800-square-foot addition expands the Virginia home of Lauren and Josh Stegall. Built for $120,000, the structure has a large window overlooking the Blue Ridge Parkway and Sugarloaf Mountain.
“The smaller size makes life more manageable. You tend to be tidier thanyou would be if you had more stuff and places to hide it away,” Hill says.
When the Penelope bed by Clei is tucked into the wall, the full sofa reappears; the unit includes two recessed nightstands with flip-down shelves.
At night, the living-dining area converts into the primary bedroom.
When friends visit, the office is flipped into a sleeping space and sealed by a curved Hufcor accordion door. Seating cubes by LifeEdited can be rearranged to form a full- or queen-size bed. An Edyn garden sensor monitors the fig tree; the wall-mounted speaker is by Kanto.
A variation on the system serves as a wardrobe in the sleeping loft. Additional storage can be found in the walnut platform with side tables. Although it appears less in the photo, the space between the platform and the lowest part of the ceiling is about four and a half feet, allowing René to comfortably sit up in bed. A Lutron screen lowers for privacy.
In the galley-style kitchen, Ann sorts groceries into Akurum cabinets from IKEA. For the sconces, the architects selected generic porcelain sockets, then stylized them with silver-cap bulbs.
Jules's room looks out onto the cantilevered deck with little to distract from the view. Alchemy Architects created all of the custom metalwork, including the railings. The Minnesota firm works with a handful of fabricators around the country. Here, Alchemy teamed with Oregon's Fidelity Builders because of its ability to handle the project's high degree of customization.
The master bedroom is furnished with an Egyptian lantern from l’aviva home, built-in closets, and bedding by Restoration Hardware.
A third module, perpendicular to the main living areas, contains the master bedroom, which is furnished with a bed from Design Within Reach, a rug from Crate and Barrel, and a watercolor by Marfa artist Nick Terry. The saddle leather chair is by local furniture maker Garza Marfa.
Davis used the same material to build furniture, including beds for his master bedroom.
Sheer curtains let light and breezes into the master bedroom.
Emerson, 8, reads in a sitting room where overnight guests stay.
The flooring is distressed oak.
Custom folding doors, inspired by Rudolf M. Schindler’s 1930 Elliot House, were created by Rene Maya to Andrew’s specifications.
A pair of floating nightstands in the master bedroom are by Børge Mogensen; the sconces are by Kurt Versen and came with the house. The panel of fabric over the oak Matera bed from Design Within Reach is Incantation, by Lustig— the piece was originally  used as a curtain.
A floating cabinet was created by Lustig in 1953 for an interior design commission in New Jersey. The Sparrow crib is by Oeuf.
In daughter Elliot’s room, a vintage Womb chair by Eero Saarinen is situated below Alvar Aalto 112 sheIn daughter Elliot’s room, a vintage Womb chair by Eero Saarinen is situated below Alvar Aalto 112 shelving scored on eBay.
An expansive sliding glass door retracts into the zinc facade, opening up the master suite to a garden terrace. This echoes a 15-foot Corian wall that transforms a children's bedroom into an entertainment space, allowing flexibility and anticipating the time when the boys leave for college.
CB2 was also a major furnishing source in this bedroom, as the lighting and matching patterned pillows were found there. The striped throw at the edge of the bed is from Etsy.
The bed in Olia's studio slides into the space beneath the raised floor in Peter's office.

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The couple’s bedroom holds family treasures—a Scott Jordan rocker that Mark gave Bev when  she was pregnant and a blanket from their honeymoon in Mexico.

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A bedroom next to the living area has an overhead lantern Max made by wrapping string soaked in glue, water, and corn starch around an inflated balloon, deflating it, and then lining it with rice paper-mache.
A Structures S7 lamp from Ameico lights the master bedroom.
Protruding overhead cupboards increase storage space and reduce solar gain. The bed is Dodu by Blu Dot.
Edgley Design designed the beds and headboards in the bedrooms. Just one of the several bespoke details that the firm included in the home.
The LC4 lounge is by Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand, and Pierre Jeanneret for Cassina. Operable porthole windows on the east facade offer ventilation.
Russell-Clarke and Moolsintong designed their bed. Credit for the custom joinery of the closet and cabinets goes to woodworker Wayne Berger.

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.

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