41 Bedroom Dark Hardwood Floors Design Photos And Ideas

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.

Corner Bedroom
In the master bedroom, a basic platform bed and Ikea wall lights keep the attention on the ocean views afforded by the floor-to-ceiling windows.
A gas fireplace fronted in weathered steel warms 

up the lofty master bedroom, whose spare decor is framed with beams discovered in a Pennsylvania barn. The Tizio desk lamp is by Artemide.
Master bedroom: Vanessa bed by Tobia Scarpa for Cassina and Hepburn by De La Espada with Kvadrat fabric upholstery, bedcovers with Rubelli “terrazzo” fabric, Evie Group Oliver Tray side Table, pendant lighting from Modo by Roll & Hill and Commute Design, wall lamps Parola by Fontana Arte, table lamp Parachilna.
Custom built-ins provide an office space and storage in a guest bedroom.  A hanging mid-century modern orb chair adds a touch of retro flair.
The banks of windows on either side of the huts illuminate the interiors and allow for natural cross ventilation.
Master Bedroom
Casteñada explains, “Everything starts with an interview that I personally conduct with the owner in order to understand his lifestyle and expectations. The final result needs to satisfy the owner’s lifestyle, dreams and expectations, as well as my firm’s vision and design concepts.”
Master Bedroom
In the master bedroom, the couple enjoy the ample natural light that filters through the brick screen.
From her bedroom on the lower level, Schneider can walk out onto her balcony and take in the spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. The wall behind the bed is the thermal-mass wall that provides heat throughout the night.
Hidden Storage

The Murphy bed in the guest bedroom sits behind Montague’s desk, allowing the compact room to function comfortably for working and sleeping at different times. It’s made with customized millwork, Häfele bed hardware, and an Ikea mattress. When it’s open, it reveals hidden shelving.

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WH Residence | M3 Architects
Located in the bungalow, the master bedroom was updated. On the CB2 Alpine bed are Anichini linens and a Pia Wallén Crux Blanket; Suttles and her mother made the throw pillows. The headboard was crafted from the house’s original wood. The couple repurposed old fruit crates as bedside tables and hung the Hugo Guinness prints.
Master Bedroom
A curtain wall obscures the closet in the master bedroom.
More prized possessions that made the cut: A George Nelson Half-Nelson lamp sits atop an Alexander Girard bedside table.
“There’s a soulfulness in this small house that’s impossible to replicate in something completely new. The sweetness truly lingers," says architect Michael Lee.
The rooms, featuring sloped ceilings, feel small and intimate. In the guest bedroom, there is a custom bed and a Swedish school desk found on eBay.
Gepetto built a Murphy bed that folds into a larger walnut storage unit. The wall, which also conceals a washer and dryer, does double duty as a partition between the bedroom and the loft’s entrance.
Giovanna de Uzin Fontecha relaxes in the master bedroom on a Leaf chaise by Claesson-Koivisto-Rune for Living Divani.
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Guest Bedroom
Thomas Bercy’s austere bedroom.
Master Suite + Hall - bed: Alias, Rift-cut white oak, full-height, honeycomb panels and doors: hand wire brushed, stained, sealed, sanded, glazed, sanded and top-coated
Bickford Park - Master Bedroom
Master Suite - linear fireplace w/ lava stone in sitting area - Chairs: Thayer-Coggin, designed by Milo Baughman (new), Coffee table: vintage Thayer Coggin designed by Milo Baughman (chrome and smoke glass), bed: Alias
The bedroom opens directly into the master bathroom to complete the open feel.

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