2056 Bedroom Design Photos And Ideas

The master suite is wrapped in wood paneling and has a full-height wall of custom closet space.
A built-in coffee machine in the kitchenette.
Under the bed platform is a large wardrobe, storage spaces, and a USB docking station.
The lofted bedroom features a king-size Casper Mattress, and a skylight window that allows for idyllic stargazing at night.
A peek at the minimalist master bedroom.
It was built with wood that was salvaged and squirreled away from deconstruction jobs.
It has two ridges that intersect perpendicularly.
An octagonal cabin boasts a lofted sleeping area with views of the forest outside.
A peek into one of the bedrooms.
The rooms are personalized with locally sourced bejuco (a type of vine used in Mayan architecture), terrazzo, and oak.
All rooms feature automated lighting that can be controlled using the hotel's in-house app.
A peek inside one of the more spacious tatami bedrooms that includes views of the interior garden, a mini bar, and an independent lounge within 225 square feet.
The nursery features mahogany cabinets and the crib is from Crate and Barrel.
Windows offer wraparound views in the master bedroom. The nightstands and bed are from the Matera line by Sean Yoo for Design Within Reach; the Stem lamps are from Rejuvenation. The last owner painted the walls Gentleman’s Gray by Benjamin Moore.
The bright and spacious master bedroom features sliding doors that lead to the terrace.
Here is the sunlit second bedroom.
In addition to renovating the home's two bedrooms, Hannah and Michael added a new extension to house the master suite located in the back of the home with beautiful views of the pool.
Here is a look at one of the four bedrooms.
The master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom, which was completely updated in the remodel.
Thanks to a simple pull-down handle, a full-size bed provides additional sleeping space without any hassle.
At night, the star-gazing nook is the perfect place to view the bright, twinkling stars, including the Big Dipper.
A glass dome provides clear viewing to the endless sky above.
Bedroom with ocean views
The master bedroom.
A custom-designed bed.
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Custom-sized LaCantina sliding doors were also installed in the master bedroom.
A guest bedroom is located at the other end of the living room.
The entrance to the master bedroom is through a sloped wall of framed windows.
The open, airy atmosphere continues in the bedroom where the ensuite is fitted with a glass wall.
The simple, den-like sleeping nook can easily be converted into a storage space when needed.
The bedroom enjoys views of the outdoors through windows on both sides.
A wide staircase that leads up to the "living room" loft is sited to the left of the kitchen. The first two steps that lead up to the floating stairs can be tucked under the table when not in use.
The lofted sleeping space features a double bed, a removable bedside table, and a balustrade which is attached to the floor as a safety precaution.
The large master bedroom features sliding doors to the outdoor space.
Here is the spacious second bedroom.
Two bedrooms are located in the attic.
The sleeping and study nook sit on a raised platform, and are surrounded by open shelving filled with books and plants.
For the interiors, the architects have utilized every nook and cranny of the home to come up with smart storage solutions to maximize floor space.
Dividers made of brick, wood, and glass separate the different rooms and functional zones.
The private entrance leads to the backyard.
A look at the actor's former bedroom.
This bedroom even has its own wood-burning fireplace.
The master suite boasts dual walk-in closets and an elegant ensuite bathroom.
In this room, the wallpaper is by Svenskt Tenn, and the table lamp is by Servomuto.
Here is a look at a rattan headboard by Maison du Monde, and a metallic frame wardrobe designed by Marcante-Testa, with a curtain by Kvadrat. The Suzie pedant lamp is by Colonel.
Ample access to natural light and vaulted ceilings give the bedrooms an airy feel.
A hammock swings in one of the bedrooms.

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.