190 Bedroom Dark Hardwood Floors Design Photos And Ideas

The sunken seating allows flexible use. "We tried to create distinct spatial qualities from one room to another by focusing or increasing a certain function or maximizing the potential of the rooms based on their location," says Wong.
The four suites are dressed in similar fashion with timber-trimmed framing elements, glossy Serax side tables, colored doors, and beds designed by Studio Juju. The exaggerated proportions of the bed legs evoke comfort and stability.
The abundant use of timber connects the home to nature.
If you're looking for the ultimate minimalist bed frame, a platform bed with edges that extend beyond the mattress allow it to double as a bedside table, eliminating the need for other furniture.
The top floor, where the master bedroom is located, incorporates south- and north-facing clerestory windows to bring additional natural light to the interior.
The interior of the McKinney York micro home is light and cheery with a rock Eames rocking chair donated by Workplace Resources, shades donated by Austin Shade Works and throw pillows by Briley’s Upholstery Shop.
Sleek whitened-maple storage lines the threshold between the master bedroom and the nest room. A pocket door separates them.
A custom vanity activates an empty niche created by the fireplace column.
Now, the lower level glazing mimics that of the upper level for consistency. The interior door to the right is direct access to the new private bath.
The faux-shiplap look continues into the sleeping quarters.
The glass-enclosed master bedroom with views to the backyard. A green roof helps to further merge inside and out.
A wide hallway separates the main living spaces from the bedroom wing. Here is a look at the elegant master bedroom, which features direct access to the eastern portion of the outdoor terraces. A spacious dressing room is also included.
A custom-made Nichetto bed by De La Espada sits beside a leather chair by Amber Lewis in the master bedroom. A "Juicy Jute Grasscloth" wall covering by Phillip Jeffries adds more dimension to the blue room, which Becky enjoyed making slightly darker from the other spaces.
Set in the foothills of La Canada Flintridge, California, this 5,000-square-foot home was renovated by Osborn Architects and Jamie Bush + CO. At the core of the revamp was a composition of materials that creates a unique architectural presence while remaining appreciative of the landscape of the nearby San Gabriel Mountains. Interior and exterior spaces cohesively blend through vast windows with views to the surroundings, and continuous materials that wrap from the inside out. Redwood cedar warms every room, while one connecting plane of dark flooring extends throughout.
The bright and airy master suite features a large walk-in closet, as well as a private sun deck.
A peek into the spacious second bedroom, which also opens up to the surrounding canyons via large windows along the opposite wall.
Wood beams continue into the master suite, which also features a walk-in closet and its own private deck.
A tub zone lined in redwood connects to the master bedroom, which is furnished with a vintage Sergio Rodrigues lounge chair and Voyage Immobile seats from Roche Bobois.
In the master bedroom of a pinwheel-shaped house in Sausalito, California, a circular bathtub sits next to a full-height window with a view of Angel Island. It’s joined by a Vico Magistretti & Mario Tedeschi floor lamp from the 1960s. A lipstick sculpture by Kelly Reemtsen anchors the view north toward Tiburon. The homeowners encouraged architect Mark English to leave the seismic steel frame exposed, to give the white interiors a slightly industrial look.
The newly installed closet doors are custom made. Unique details, like the cremone bolts attached to the leaded glass doors, create an extra layer of character in the room design.
In addition to adding a master bath where the covered balcony had been, JHID gave the master bedroom a  moody green hue and a distinctive sense of style.
The bed in the master bedroom was designed in-house by Messana O'Rorke.
Timberframed loft
The renovated master bedroom features a restored seamless corner window with metal factory sash components—a trademark design element for Walter. Another wing of the structure also contains an original family apartment, which Grant and Sparkes are planning to renovate next.
Another of the bedrooms. The numerous windows allow natural light to seep into every corner of the home.
Upstairs are four similarly sized bedrooms, one at each corner of the home.
In an opposite corner of the apartment, the master suite offers floor-to-ceiling windows along two sides, as well as direct access to a private section of the terrace. The bright space also includes not one but two full bathrooms.
In the upstairs bedroom, burnt wood flooring echoes the dark concrete floors downstairs, while the window’s angles reflect the rooflines outside. Built-in storage optimally utilizes the available space.
Floor-to-ceiling windows open the master bedroom to panoramic views. Flanking a bed from Living Divani are bedside tables and lamps from Originals Furniture Singapore. The flooring is stained oak.
The master bedroom features built-in drawers and a desk overlooking the picture window. Dark mahogany flooring continues from the living room.
The family level includes a spacious master suite with its own balcony, multiple dressing rooms with generous closet space, as well as dual en suite master baths. Two additional bedroom suites and a wet bar are also located on this floor.
Sliding doors allow each of the two bedrooms to have direct access to the backyard patio.
The X Suites' bedrooms all have ceiling-height windows that look out onto the grounds. The blanket is by Coyuchi.
Tent suites are similar in tone to the Airstreams, but offer a more outdoorsy glamping experience. The central pendant light is by In Common With.
In total, the home features six bedrooms, including a master suite which leads to a rounded writer's nook and private balcony.
A palette of dusty pink hues is reminiscent of the stained-glass windows in the lobby.
At the opposite end of the studio, Framework Architecture created a partially enclosed sleeping nook that is spacious enough to fit a full-size bed.
Via Media Residence by Matt Fajkus Architecture | Photo by Leonid Furmansky
The lofted bedroom enjoys a view of the treetops.
The room has an ensuite bathroom and an attic space that could serve as a reading nook, meditation space, or storage.
In a nod to the 1960s, a blush palette and gold accents permeate the dome.
One of the other three bedrooms.
The blue-and-white "Porcelain" room features a canopy bed and a mix of velvet, brass, and wood.
Light, ethereal tones dominate the "Sugarcane" room, which showcases elegant details including handmade tassels adorning the wardrobe's doors.
The "Suleiman" room, on the ground floor, nods to African-inspired design through touches like the traditional woven baskets peppering the expansive bookshelves.
The lofted main sleeping area remains brightly lit and open to the outdoors with its skylight and clerestory windows on either side, offsetting the dark wood finish of the ceiling cladding.
The master bedroom also has a full, en-suite bath.
The second floor has two bedrooms with original marble mantels.
Instead of a basic doorway between the master bedroom and bath, we designed a divider wall that visually enlarges the space.
Each of the three bedrooms has unique design elements.
This bedroom is tucked in the turret of the Tudor-style home.
"It's okay to be bold," Henderson says of the indigo-hued bedroom. "I’m still under the impression that almost everyone loves blue, so I think this is not only okay to do, but actually something that can really add value." The color is French Beret from Benjamin Moore.
The master suite is a dark and moody retreat.
The bedroom is airy but cozy. Wrinkly sheets are a “problem” that Hartley gives “zero care units” about. Adding a pop of color is a plum-hued pillow from Motif Pillows on Etsy.
Rose installed wallpaper, adding some texture to the otherwise minimalist space.
The second bedroom is bright, with more windows that your average Eichler bedroom.

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.