1349 Bedroom Design Photos And Ideas - Page 5

The architecture firm L. McComber Itée demolished a sloping ceiling in this Montreal attic to create a bright, roomy live-work space.
The Master Bedroom addition completed by Escher GuneWardena, matches Neutra's original vision for expansion as shown in the archival plans.  A George Nelson influenced bed by Roberston + McAnulty looks onto the private gardens.
Built-ins, such as this Murphy Bed wall, accommodate living in a small footprint. The ladder accesses a small loft above the bathroom.
The cube is connected to a discrete kitchenette with built-in cabinetry.
The modern space celebrates the rough-hewed character of the old apartment.
A “space cube”, made of Fenix NTM's matte nanotech material combined with warm oak serves as sleeping nook and storage.
A conversion with space-saving solutions in Paris.
A vintage writer's desk and chair fill the corner of the bedroom.
Built-in millwork provides ample storage in the bedroom spaces.  Danish teak beds with mid-century textiles resemble the original furnishings.
The original doors were salvaged and given a fresh coat of blue paint. The resident brought ,any of the rugs were from Egypt.
The simplicity of the design is complemented by the unfussy use of materials, including the exposed edges of the bedroom furniture and paint-free drywall.
Every bedroom offers views of the stunning countryside.
The master bedroom offers a view of the exterior annex.
A Good Reed

The most changed area of the home is the small guest room–office, where Neely, who works from home, removed the closet doors and added a grass-cloth wall treatment to distinguish it from the rest of the house’s decor. “Many of the Eichlers originally had grass cloth as a covering on the sliding closet doors,” he says. “The guest room–office is the only other room that can be seen from the public areas across the atrium, and I wanted this wall to add visual interest.”
Located on the house’s lower level, the bedroom is bright but soothing. The bed is flanked by custom side tables and covered with a red West Elm duvet.
Graphic Novelty

A textile designed in 1998 by Scandinavian designer Carl Johan Hane serves as an artful accent to the guest bedroom. Neely found the patters--Mobile, created for the Swedish textile company Kinnasand--as Skandium, in London. "I wasn't sure how best to display it. Then a painter friend of mine suggested I have it stretched across a wooden frame, just like artists do with raw canvas," he says.
Full Nelson

The bed in the master bedroom is actually two single 1950s George Nelson Thin Edge beds--made from birch, enameled metal, and cane--that Neely bought at auction at the John Toomey Gallery in Oak Park, Illinois. "I love the contrast of the white wall with the wood and woven material," says Neely, who likes to keep the beding simple--often a paisley from Ralph Lauren--so as not to detract from the bed's strong lines.
Each guestroom takes in a steady stream of sunshine through the windows, balconies, and terraces. The floors are still covered with the original mosaic tiles and the textiles in the rooms were created by Teixidors. As a nonprofit company based outside of Barcelona, they provide opportunities for individuals with learning disabilities and handcrafted the blankets on the hotel beds. The bedroom suites feature original solariums.
The three boutique guest rooms feature a combination of midcentury furniture and playful, spirit-inspired accents. Designed by each of the brand’s founding directors, each room includes a minibar filled with spirits that were crafted on-site and a bespoke record player with a vinyl playlist that’s been curated by Rough Trade Records.
Walnut ply millwork by Ashley Woodturning and polished concrete floors with radiant heating appear throughout the residence.
The master suite is warmed by a Badger 3112 woodstove by Morsø.
On San Juan island, Pole Pass is an intimate waterfront retreat built to serve as a gathering space that takes advantage of the temperate Pacific Northwest summers.
Each of the three bedrooms has an en-suite bathroom.
To maximize space in this tiny 323-square-foot studio Budapest apartment, local design studio POSITION Collective used an elevated, plywood sleeping unit inspired by Japanese “tansu” mobile cabinetry, with secrete storage modules on the side of the steps leading up to the futon bed.
For this 780-square-foot apartment Hong Kong apartment, local practice MNB Design Studio used plywood, smart storage solutions, and tapped into the principles of origami to create a highly structured, minimalist home.
The double-height master bedroom is Dave’s favorite place in the house, particularly when the moon is shining. The bed, planter, and side tables are all from West Elm; the tapestry above the bed is from Southeast Asia.
The guest bedroom.
Mays chose Graham & Brown’s Verve Stripe wallpaper for the downstairs bedroom. The chrome lamp is vintage.
The cantilevered shelving in the bedroom was fashioned from vintage metal panels that were purchased online, Davison says. Photo by Alan Gastelum.
Four bedrooms on the upper level feature wood floors, modern art, and ceiling beams, while the master bedroom on the third floor (pictured here) enjoys an ensuite bathroom and private terrace. On the rooftop, another bronze-clad terrace supplies a barbecue and city views.
The back bedroom and small bathroom benefit from warmer, more playful flooring, including the geometric black-and-white pattern below the tub.
Surrounded by glazing on three sides, the Master is a suite above the slopes, surrounded by nature.
“They wanted to keep the house to one level so that they could retire there without worrying about stairs and access,” Hutchison says. The home features two bedrooms, and the second one is available to guests and the homeowners’ college-age son.
The units don't even require foundations—simple ground screws from Krinner are enough to support them.
A custom headboard made of triangular pieces of black walnut is the clear hero of this 1954 Airstream renovation by ArtisTree, a designer of custom treetop and small-space homes. Because sustainability was a priority in this project, the floors are made of recycled wood (treated with the Japanese burning technique, sho-sugi-ban, to darken them), and the tiles in the bathroom are created from recycled glass.

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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