1709 Bedroom Design Photos And Ideas - Page 5

Dawn Farmer sits on the bed in the master bedroom. The white leather bed was designed by Pierre Kozely and manufactured by Della Robbia. The view carries through the master bathroom to the yard on the other side of the house.
In the master bedroom, a Mandal bed from Ikea is draped with a Tuuli duvet cover by Marimekko.
A mattress bed sits atop the seven steps in Michael Pozner’s just-under-500-square-foot abode in Greenwich Village.
Guest Bedroom
When not in use as the headboard, the large redwood slab folds down to become a desk.
The window in one of the upstairs bedrooms horizontally frames the view.
The sleeping loft is accessed via a library ladder, with clerestory windows added to keep the space from feeling claustrophobic.
The floating bench creates both seating and shelving space. It features a print by artist Richard Vergez.
The master bedroom contains a custom-made platform bed with a simple white oak headboard. While sitting in bed, the homeowner can look directly out to the balcony and the valley beyond.
Bedroom
The wall in the master bedroom is upholstered in tropical print fabric by Christian Lacroix.
In the master bedroom, a half wall allows the opening of a floor-to-ceiling window door.
The light-up pegs can also be docked in a wall in the bedroom and used as sconces.
Pieces by Taku furnish the guest room, which Tanaka converted from the old garage, incorporating straightforward, unfinished materials like plywood.
A scalloped bench by Alma Allen rests at the foot of the bed in the master bedroom.
The home has two bedrooms and three baths. Here is the master bedroom from another view, looking into the ensuite bathroom.
The master suite features an ensuite bathroom.
A Murphy bed transforms office into a guest room.
The light is so different here from in New York,” says Reddy, who is opening an L.A. office later this year. “There, it has so much blue in it. Here, it has much more orange.” A vintage El Monte lamp from Lawson-Fenning is paired with an Eames lounge in Will’s room.
In the master bedroom the high triangular window is “excellent for stargazing,” says Rich.
Students from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, designed these cabins to be placed at campgrounds throughout the state. Named “The Wedge” this sloped-roof wood structure with plywood interior walls was built in just four days.
Intended for a much bigger room in the family’s previous home, the bed was designed by Hill and is covered in Maharam fabric in a doily print called Intricate 001 Charcoal. The side tables 

are from West Elm, and the AJ table lamp is by Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulsen.
Architect Bruce Bolander made the most of a limited footprint in a house he designed in a Malibu canyon. With the small bedroom unable to accommodate any "normal" size desk, the architect designed a very thin custom steel desk where resident Heidi Wright works. The floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors from Metal Window Corporation open the entire corner of the room up to the outdoors. “The mountains across the way are almost like another wall—they contain the space to the point that you feel like you’re in a much bigger space, that you’re part of the overall landscape,” says Bolander. Photo by J Bennett Fitts.
A pair of windows shed a bit of light in the bedroom, which boasts a lofted bed and workspace with a sink and closet beneath. The sink is by Lacava and the tap is from Fluid Faucet's Wisdom line.
In the living area, a sliding door conceals the loft from the hallway leading to the office, thus opening the space up by revealing extra square footage in the bedroom. When it’s time for bed, the door slides shut for privacy.
Bolander designed the custom steel desk where Wright works, as well as the bedside table, fashioned from a speaker tower base and a slab of white oak. The desk chair and table lamp are vintage; the bed linens are from Garnet Hill and Ikea. The floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors from Metal Window Corporation open the entire corner of the room up to the outdoors.
“These rooms are for our friends and family who visit,” Peter explains. “But I think it’s also important to have a place to sleep where you work. You have to take a break and refresh your mind. I work and work and then sleep for twenty minutes, and then I work some more.”

New York, New York
Dwell Magazine : November / December 2017
Demolition exposed a high, wood-beamed ceiling, which added “cubic meters of air” to the apartment, says Hernán. The bedroom is furnished with custom pieces made of Paraiso wood.
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Buenos Aires, Argentina
Dwell Magazine : September / October 2017
LAMAS designed a quartet of bunkbeds large enough for adults.
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North Hatley, Quebec
Dwell Magazine : July / August 2017
The view from the bedroom on the third floor.
Each bedroom has two access doors, which close completely flush for a clean appearance.
The couple were able to fit a king-sized bed in their sleeping area, where peachy-pink accents warm the interior charcoal and white scheme. "Our bed is the most comforting place I’ve ever been in," says Ashley. "It’s like an adult fort!" The mattress lifts up for easy access to electrical components and a 100-gallon water tank, along with extra towels, sheets, and winter coats.
A screened sleeping porch connects each of the bedrooms to the outdoors.
Tom Conrad and Kate Imbach’s first bedroom redo creates as many problems as it alleviated, blocking their view of Noe Valley behind a wall, for instance. Their second attempt, shown here, opened up the balcony, which has a Frame lounge by Francesco Rota for Paola Lenti. A Grand Repos chair by Antonio Citterio for Vitra faces the bed.
When the Penelope bed by Clei is tucked into the wall, the full sofa reappears; the unit includes two recessed nightstands with flip-down shelves.
The bed and side table in the master bedroom are from Loaf. In the adjacent bathroom, an antique mirror hangs above a Duravit sink. “There’s a slight Arts and Crafts feel to it,” says Marston of the house.
Photography is by Olivier Blouin.
Humble Hostel was conceived by a group of young people who proposed temporary housing that could also give back space usually taken up by kitchen areas, bicycle parking, and other junk.
The second floor houses three lits bretons, boxlike compartments where the curtains can be drawn to close sleepers off from the world. Inside, each has a built-in shelf 

for personal belongings and a favorite read.
In the master bedroom, the same perforated material that was used in the bathroom gives a sense of sunlight filtering through leaves.
Warm wooden walls ensure the simple bedroom setup, a low mattress next to a Muuto Leaf table lamp, offers more comfort than the cold stone exterior.
Light streams into the bedroom through walls of floor-to-ceiling glass. The windows are triple-glazed, creating a tight, eco-friendly seal.
The units don't even require foundations—simple ground screws from Krinner are enough to support them.
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.
The master suite is warmed by a Badger 3112 woodstove by Morsø.
A “space cube”, made of Fenix NTM's matte nanotech material combined with warm oak serves as sleeping nook and storage.
A sun-drenched bedroom on the ground level.

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.