2056 Bedroom Design Photos And Ideas - Page 5

AFTER - New triple pane tilt-turn windows.
The Master bedroom ensuite faces through a large internal glazing the living areas below
Bornas and his team at Workroom contrasted and harmonized each element of the design to create "a sense of consistency that adds to the depth of experience." Interior stylist Simone Haag added the finishing touches with carefully selected furniture and objects.
One of four bedrooms.
Steel was chosen for the frame of the cabin because of its fire and water resistant qualities.
Downstairs bedroom and lounge area
Downstairs master bedroom
This bedroom features a beautifully tiled bathroom.
The master bedrooms open directly onto the outdoor space.
The bed occupies a cozy alcove.
Guest suites in the livery include cozy living areas and king-size beds that are upholstered in a rich turquoise velvet.
Inside the cottage are two bedrooms that have been updated with crisp white paint, new linens, and light fixtures.
On the second floor of the inn, the six bedrooms were refreshed with new paint, light fixtures, and furnishings.
The master bedroom boasts spectacular south-facing views of the valley.
You can hear and see the ocean from this bedroom, which features a covered terrace and full-length glazed sliding doors and a window above.
"The bedrooms are completely separate from one another, filled with light, and oriented towards beautiful views of the surrounding context and downtown Raleigh," note the architects.
There are no closets and no minibars in the guest rooms, reflecting the designers' minimalist approach. Features include a curved wooden headboard and a hammock hanging from the ceiling. Unfinished ceilings reveal partitions of the old structure, even down to the screws.
A  custom duvet in a Girard pattern covers the master bed; the sconce  is original.
Cor-Ten steel shutters give the Little Space more security during long periods when the occupants are traveling.
The "Little Space" was seen as the overlap between two bigger, existing spaces—the fenced garden and the garage/workshop and can extend into both.
The general contractor’s former office space was converted into a small apartment dwelling for the couple.
Steps lead up to a sleeping loft that can accommodate two people on a double bed.
An Adirondack-style chair covered in a vintage quilt sits in one corner.
A look inside the kids' bedroom located on the west side of the home.
The master bedroom overlooks unobstructed views of Lake Berryessa.
CABN keeps the exact location of their retreats secret until closer to the time of guest arrival, which allows a more surprising and spontaneous experience. "Forget the stresses and FOMO of traditional vacation planning, no restaurant reviews, or researching tourist traps. We aim for all of our CABNs to be placed merely a one-hour drive from Adelaide."
A look inside one of the two bedrooms.
The bedroom on the upper level features a strategically placed window that frames vistas of the mountains and beyond.
The bedrooms are located within the two upper wings. These spaces present elevated views across the lagoon to the mountains.
A look at one of the home's six bedrooms.
The master suite has sliding doors that lead out to the exterior patio.
Thanks to the three glazed doors, it is now possible to see the peaceful pond and woodland from the bedroom in the master suite, which is housed in the new extension. With its simple, sloped roof, this part of the house has the form of an agricultural barn. To elongate the ceiling height, the doors finish above the blonde wood panelling.
One of the home's two bedrooms looks out on to the oversized deck.
Other additions to the three-level property include a basement rumpus room, an ensuite on the top floor, and a balcony extension.
A hammock hangs on the bedroom balcony, creating an idyllic spot for relaxation.
Another one of the bedrooms.
Each bedroom opens to a terrace.
The nursery has a strong Scandinavian feel.
The mix of white juxtaposed against natural wood extends to the bedroom.
Custom closets painted Benjamin Moore Sterling were added to both kids' bedrooms. One room has a built-in window seat (pictured) and the other has a built-in desk.
The updated master bedroom includes new crown molding. The former closet was removed where the left nightstand is now located; the closet door was reused for the family room on the ground floor.
A wooden chair and fiddle leaf fern are calming accents in the sleeping area.
The bedroom is located on the uppermost level that connects to a small outdoor balcony.
The Bamboo House features three bedrooms to accommodate the clients' sons when they visit.
The activities of the ground floor can be seen and heard from the bedroom level.
Aside from the master bedroom, there are three additional bedrooms in the house. Gurney and his team used glass throughout to carry light into the home. A Copenhagen nightstand supports a Brazo table lamp in this third-floor guest room.
The interior walls, which are clad with sound-dampening material combine with the ceiling linings to block out noise from the street, resulting in interior with a calm and quiet atmosphere.
The master suite.
The elegant bedrooms feature large pendulum doors that also act as windows.
Detail of the make up corner
View of the master bedroom
 The guest-bedroom suite frames the hillside views above the street, increasing natural light and maintaining privacy.
A timber beamed ceiling adds a rustic touch to the modern master suite.
The walls and built-in furnishings are constructed from fir, while the original timber floors have been replaced with waxed concrete, which also covers the fireplace. The kitchen unit behind the fireplace features a countertop built of basalt sourced from the Alps.
New high-performance glazing lets in plenty of light and landscape views without compromising energy efficiency. The windows are framed in larch on the interior and in dark steel on the exterior.
Upstairs, the home features four bedrooms and four baths. Here, large sliding doors provide ample natural light and easy access to an outdoor patio.

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.