2340 Bedroom Design Photos And Ideas

Due to the lack of space, the couple have quickly learned to maximize every inch of storage space. For instance, Sheena uses vintage clips on the walls to stylishly hold papers and photographs.
"We are really happy with how the space turned out, but if we were to change one thing, it'd be a bigger bed. We currently have a full size bed and although it works, we'd rather have a king."
A cozy bedroom.
Above the bed, a custom wood valence acts as an indirect source of light that washes the wall in an ambient glow.
Custom, built-in bunk beds were constructed out of Baltic birch plywood, which stand out against the dark cork floors. Each bed includes a sconce for reading, along with built-in storage. In the bunk room, a sliding partition that opens to the adjacent catwalk adds a sense of whimsy.
The minimalist material palette incorporates light and shadows into a tonal, textural mix. The dark flooring and paneling are both Nero Oak Volcano from Mafi.
The bedroom also boasts a wall of sliding glass doors that open the home to its surroundings.
One of the two bedrooms on the lower level.
Clerestory windows and skylights flood the bedroom with natural light, and mahogany-framed sliding doors lead to the balcony.
The master bedroom features the same lofty atmosphere as the main living area, and it provides views of the home's sylvan surroundings.
The Series 7600 Multi-Slide Door is Western Window Systems’ most energy efficient design to date.
Western Window Systems Pivot Doors feature dual-paned low-E glass.
The master bedroom faces the street. Three dramatic arched windows at the front of the house fill the interior with light.
A Duxiana king-sized platform bed and a Mañana lamp in the master bedroom.
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.
A charcoal triptych by Gina Jacupke hangs above the Living Divani bed in the master suite.
In the guest bedroom, a painting by Monique Crine hangs on the original brick wall above a Miles & May bed and side table. The rug is from ABC Carpet & Home.
Boi sconces, which David Weeks designed for Ralph Pucci, illuminate the bedroom. The area rug is by Stephanie Odegard.
A curtain slides across for privacy.
When not in use as the headboard, the large redwood slab folds down to become a desk.
The bed is counterbalanced by a 300-pound weight.
The bed was designed to hang from the ceiling and can be hoisted up and pulled down as needed.
A cozy nook in one of the bedrooms opens up to a coastal breeze.
Panoramas extend from all the windows.
Extending from end to end, the wood components tie it all together.
Minimalism and comfort blend to create a stylish modern oasis.  Painted white brick walls, plywood built-ins, and simple lighting reflect the industrial character of the space in a new way.
The Large Room sleeps up to four, large enough for family or friends. A built-in wood top extends from the bed frames to the opposite wall. It's not a bad place to work with views to the city right at your desktop.
Exposed sprinkler pipes and conduit tied in with the industrial history of the building. By painting it all out white, walls & ceilings become a neutral backdrop to the eclectic art collection.
The custom built-in furnishings and shelving provide the perfect place to display the curated collection of accessories.
Artwork by local Canadian artists adorns the built-in bed.
In this corner unit, large windows fill the space with natural light.  A custom wood platform is a modern solution that minimizes the need for furnishings.
The stucco ceiling in the bedroom was restored.
Floor-to-ceiling windows fill this bedroom with natural light.
In the master bedroom, a custom bed by Jason Micciche is outfitted with linens from Marimekko; the ceiling fan is by Fanimation.
A downstairs guest bedroom is a welcome retreat for visitors. “Because I do so much traveling, if someone comes to stay, I want them to feel they can just be,” says Lena. The Roar + Rabbit brass-inlaid nightstand is from West Elm.
Adding a partial second floor accommodated bedrooms for Lena; her son, Wylie; and her daughter, Teddy. The master bedroom features a Chesterfield bed from Restoration Hardware and a pendant by Seppo Koho. “I saw tons of houses that were done and a few that needed redoing,” says Lena. “This one was small, but it made sense.”
One of the bedrooms features a Cedar & Moss pendant and pillows by Block Shop Textiles.
The master bedroom.
One of the home's five bedrooms.
One of the two bedrooms has simple furnishings and thoughtfully placed artwork, all in neutral tones made lively with texture and pattern.
Bedroom entry with a custom door designed by the architects.
One of the four bedrooms in the house.
Cool blues, grays and blacks give a home an elegant, calming vibe.

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.