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Jasperware Headboard designed by Eddie Ross

With a nod to 1700s designer Josiah Wedgwood’s jasperware pottery, this headboard is constructed with various moldings and a door. “It’s literal but he made it much larger and grander,” says Azzarito of the striking and unusual headboard. Fun fact: Josiah Wedgwood’s daughter was married to Charles Darwin.
Thanks to the cleverly designed layout, they can witness the changes of seasons from anywhere in their home.
The concrete soffits were left unplastered, and the fly ash walls were finished with just a coat of paint to create an atmosphere of rustic simplicity.
In the chalet room, the bed, table, and seating were designed as a island unit finished in smooth cement render.
The upper level conceals the bedroom.
The second bedroom, located on a lower level, includes a handmade queen bed nestled between walls that have been built from original sandstone and lined with timber.
In the main bedroom, the couple have built the king-size bed frame out of recycled timber.
Each Sealander can be customized to the user's preference, from add-on speakers to an on-board shower and toilet.
The guest room features a bed from West Elm.
One of the bedrooms.
The subdued interior palette comprises of exposed smooth-formed concrete, painted drywall, and rough-sawn cedar.
Caroline Casey designed the bed and built-ins in the master bedroom.
Deam also designed all of the built-in furniture, including this bedside console that features an Arne Jacobsen sconce.
The house is well-equipped for guests, with multiple sleeping areas. The main guest room features a custom reclaimed oak bed by BenchCraft and a Callan chair from Room & Board.
Two beds in the dormitory on the upper level.
In the bedroom, Mantis lamps by Bernard Schottlander, along with a Snow bureau by Swedish designers Thomas Sandell and Jonas Bohlin, add to the stylish, minimalist atmosphere.
The on-trend macrame hanging in the bedroom is by Las Vegas artist Veronica Torres-Miller.
The bed in Olia's studio slides into the space beneath the raised floor in Peter's office.

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The master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom is also located on the access level.
The custom built-in bed and bedside tables are from ABD Studio. The art above the bed was commissioned from James Surls.
The master suite is on the ground floor and accessed via a home office. The pendant light over the bed is a commissioned custom fabrication by Stephen White made from dowels and rice paper. "We didn’t know exactly what we were going to get until it arrived," explained Haines, "but it is spectacular."
The guest bedroom features custom, built-in shelving over the bed designed by ABD Studio. The bedding is a mix of vintage pillows with Coyuchi. The black and white photograph is from Olivo Barbieri.
The girls' bedroom was designed for sleepovers and contains four full-size bunk beds and a banquette with a single-size mattress, all custom-designed by ABD Studio.
Natasha's love of plants is evident in the cabin, where pops of greenery show up throughout.
Shelving Detail
The sofa and dining chairs are from IKEA. The solar refrigerator is from EcoSolarCool. A ladder leads to the loft, where a solar-powered skylight from Velux is fitted with a rain sensor.
In this glass-enclosed master bedroom, a LC4 armchair faces the master bed. The moveable frame adjusts along the base, allowing the sitter to switch from upright to full recline, or lounge at a number of other sitting angles.
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Custom casework, master bedroom
The bedroom’s vertical, floor-to-ceiling window lets occupants admire the graceful trees outside. A Mini Tolomeo lamp by Artemide sits on the bedside table.
In addition to wood and concrete, the other main material in the house is quarter-inch single-pane glass: No room is without a natural light source, whether from skylights, mitered corner windows, or clerestories, as in the old bedroom of the Kappes' son Finn. The paintings are by their other son, Ron.
Plywood headboard and floating nightstand. Ap Cobogó by Alan Chu. © Djan Chu.

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A closet is built into the bed frame in this London guesthouse. With hangers so close by, there's no excuse for not hanging up your clothes before bed. Photo by Ben Anders.
Key to the space-efficient floor plan is a strategically placed set of recessed areas, includingthe sleeping nook and writing desk.
Thomas Bercy’s austere bedroom.
Second bedroom featuring organic cotton bedding by Bhumi Organic, organic cotton mattress by Organture, and art by Australian artist Caroline Walls (represented by Modern Times).
Inside the home, each volume tonally matches its exterior. The stucco-clad upper floor, which contains mostly private quarters, prominently features white oak casework.
These large, old flats in Madrid were converted into bright, modern apartments.
The bedroom is enclosed with a glass wall. A blackout curtain can be drawn closed for privacy. An IKEA cabinet and white lacquered shelves help to provide plenty of closet space.
Folding glazed doors open each bedroom up to the outdoors.
Each room is equipped with a plush king bed, while cool polished concrete floors encourage guests to go barefoot.
Sustainably sourced Australian hardwoods are used throughout the tiny dwelling, while handcrafted details evoke the character of the surrounding agricultural buildings.
The whitewashed shiplap Silvertop Ash sloped walls contrasts with the v-groove pine that wraps around the bathroom.
The master bedroom is located near the back, and has a private balcony that provides cover for the patio off the living room below.
A guest room is tucked behind a primary yellow pocket door on the ground floor.
A Dine family portrait in front of the loft clubhouse Nick and Vanessa built for their daughters. As the girls get older, the playroom will transform into a family office.
Arbel’s “14” sconces spot the wall to ethereal effect in the master bedroom. “I wanted this place to be habitable. One of my greatest criticisms of modern architecture is that it often forgets to make things cozy.”

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.