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Custom beds were made with vintage fireplaced mantles sourced by architectural salvage shop Aurora Mills.
The master bedroom is located just off the living area. An original Preway Malm freestanding fireplace—in the rarely-found 'ball' shape—sets the tone and adds warmth to the space.
Featherstone Young custom-designed the bedroom’s headboard, wall panelling, and shelving, which are made from iroko, cedar planks, and painted MDF. An old chair and a painted box from India decorate the room.
Elrod created the faux-canopy bed at the request of Hamling’s daughter.
The master bedroom features oversized sliding glass doors that lead out to the pool area.
The master bedroom on the first floor has views over the green roof, bringing a sense of life into the interior and visually breaking up the view of the surrounding rooftops.
The second bedroom benefits from lots of natural light.
The master bedroom features large glass sliders that lead outdoors.
All of the bedrooms have direct access to the outdoors.
Another spacious bedroom with an ensuite bath.
The master bedroom also features expansive glass sliders leading out to the pool area.
 The master bedroom features a blue and green "Love" wall hanging by Robert Indiana.
A look at one of the home's two bedrooms, complete with a built-in desk. The custom cabinets beneath the windows were designed low enough not to distract from the captivating views.
In a child’s room, Marimekko fabric covers a West Elm daybed.
The second bedroom is located beneath the A-frame’s apex. With floor-to-ceiling windows, the nook is a cozy yet bright place to start and end each day.
The second bedroom features a built-in bookshelf which was added during the renovation.
Brass, orange, and deep brown tones continue in the bedroom.
"We wanted to create a master bedroom separated from the entry hallway and oriented to the view and fireplace," says the firm. The view through the door is of the new office.
The master bedroom features spectacular views of the fjord.
The principle suite retains Victorian details (like the preserved fireplace). It’s positioned at the front of the house, while the children’s spaces are upstairs in the addition, which gives family members privacy.
The floors transition from natural linoleum in the kitchen, hallway, and bathroom to wool in the living and bedroom spaces.
A bunk room is the perfect space for kids to enjoy this Nordic retreat.
The soothing bedroom juts out slightly from the rest of the house, creating a courtyard outside.
The master bedroom includes a table by Poliform.
The wood-beamed ceilings continue into the bedrooms, which overlook the quiet yard. New carpeting adds a fresh feeling to the spaces.
Architect James H. Maul designed this home for his family in 1971. Just steps away from the beach, he’s created the space to be connected to the outdoors with wooden construction and floor-to-ceiling windows. The space exudes elements of midcentury modern aesthetic, melded with beachside cabin.
Previous owners combined the two tiny children's bedrooms to create a larger master bedroom with added storage.
Deep yellows can warm up any space. PPG Pittsburgh Paints' Wright Mustard (FLLW321) and Glidden’s Wheat Stalk (30YY 52/515) are two paint colors that complement contemporary midcentury-inspired interiors.
A peek at the master suite's private deck, which overlooks the home's courtyard below.
The master suite comes fully equipped with a large closet area, a private bath, a large sitting area with another fireplace, as well as a private deck that overlooks the courtyard.
The master suite is located just off the living room and features electronic blackout shades.
A spacious guest suite sits on the opposite side of the living room. The layout provides plenty of privacy for both bedrooms.
There are four bedrooms in total. All of which are standard Eichler bedroom size.
There is also direct access to the outdoors through sliding glass doors.
The home has five bedrooms and two full split bathrooms. The master suite includes a large walk-in closet and an en suite bath.
A standard king guest room has a welcoming retro vibe thanks to exposed brick and a headboard fashioned from an old church pew.
Another bedroom with green walls and a blue bed features a closet with sliding doors that match the color palette of the bedroom door.
Each bedroom has colored wainscotting but is otherwise minimally furnished, aside from a boldly colored bed and other simple furniture.
The master suite is located in a corner of the home and features floor-to-ceiling glass windows.
The cedar paneling continues into the master bedroom.
A view of another bedroom.
The master bedroom.
Upstairs, a Richard Prince painting hangs in one of the two guest rooms.
The master bedroom has a wall of windows trimmed with wood.
The house has three bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms, plus a powder room.
One of the other four bedrooms.
The master bedroom.
The circular staircase leads to two upstairs bedrooms, both with spectacular views.
Bathed in light from the rising sun, the bedroom includes a wall of built-in closets. The nightstand is a fold-down wall panel.
Silvery blue woven vinyl flooring continues from the living room to the bedroom. “[It] gives a contemporary reference to the traditional tatami straw flooring and brings a softness to the space,” adds Chen.
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The master bedroom has a Japanese vibe thanks to shoji screens, which slide to reveal the home's hidden highlight.
The third bedroom.
Each of the three bedrooms has unique design elements.
The master suite has a split bath with modern fixtures and a “tiled Roman spa shower” with a glass sliding door that leads to the garden.
 The home features dramatic wood ceilings throughout.
The masterfully designed floor plan separates the public and private space. Almost every room opens to the outdoors.

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.