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A column of windows takes advantage of the double-height ceiling in the expanded primary bedroom, which sits above the yoga studio.
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A large picture window near the bed captures mesmerizing views of the surrounding reserve.
While housed in the semi-basement level, the bedroom is illuminated with ample natural light.
The principal bedroom features an original fireplace, plenty of natural light from the large windows, and a Koishi ottoman by Naoto Fukasawa for Driade. "I love my very quiet bedroom, which looks toward the garden," says owner-designer Uli Wagner.
The long table underneath the window can also serve as additional sleeping area.
The master suite has floor-to-ceiling windows on both sides and a space for private relaxation and TV viewing. The adjoining bathroom features a Japanese-style soaking tub.
The cabins feature foldaway beds and glazed walls that create the impression of sleeping outdoors.
Escobar designed two sleeping alcoves in the sons' bedrooms—one is above the bathroom, which is adjacent to the boys' bedroom, and the other is beneath the daughter's bedroom, an elevated space that's
The 540-square-foot one-bedroom apartment that architect Pierre Escobar, of L'atelier Nomadic Architecture Studio, recreated as a three-bedroom home for a family of five features a narrow doorway that accesses a bedroom off the kitchen.
In the sons' bedroom, a ladder accesses a sleeping alcove above the bathroom. A second sleeping alcove is located beneath the daughter's bedroom.
The house is designed so that all primary spaces have sweeping views of the open field.
Afternoon sunshine casts a graphic beam on the wall of the master bedroom.
The built-in bench that borders the cantilevered bed features two storage drawers and a hatch that accesses an additional storage compartment.
Susan Lankford created a custom headboard in Romo fabric for the primary bedroom, to accompany a custom bed. A Parachilna pendant and vintage lounge chair are on the far end of the room.
The second floor of the back house includes a guest suite and an office. The walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Chantilly Lace.
A Murphy bed folds down from the custom cabinetry, so as to save space when it’s not in use.
A series of skylights flood the interior with natural light.
The bed platform can host guests or tea ceremonies.
A large sliding door provides privacy.
“We wanted to make each internal element of the Hytte feel considered and intentional,” explains Little. “Small spaces demand a high level of design consideration to ensure that we maximize every piece of space. We have been deliberate in designing the furniture to be crafted into the fabric of the cabin. Our bed, kitchen, storage and seating has all been imagined as an extension to the structure of the cabin.”
"Most of the carpentry built-ins were done out of plywood with birch veneer, chosen for its very raw finish and inexpensiveness," says Amanda. "For more structural items like the adaptable bed platform, we used Baltic birch instead for its superior structure and planarity."
The open shelving displays ceramics and artwork by Fong Min Liao.
An upstairs apartment bedroom at the B2 Lofts with a view of the art school next door.
The only furniture in the bedroom is the bed and a side chair. Light pours in through the angled sky-light and oversized window to the street.
The built-in cabinetry in the bedroom doubles as a safety measure, creating a barrier next to the stairwell.
An unusual pairing of pink and deep green find a happy match in this renovated apartment, which was DIY’ed by the homeowner, comedian Mamrie Hart, and her friend Claire Thomas, a creative director. "I am used to painting," says Thomas, "but I was not emotionally prepared for the amount of trim in the bedroom." Cedarville, a pastel pink hue, and Green Bayou, both by Dunn-Edwards Paints, now cheer up the space.
The two guest rooms feature queen beds, cozy textiles, and thoughtful conveniences for guests such as reading lamps and hanging hooks. "One way we married clean and rustic aesthetics was to install vertical shiplap behind the headboard in one of the rooms," says Tarah. "We chose boards in irregular sizes with a rough-hewn finish to add texture and dimension to the feature wall."
You can truly sleep amongst the trees in this cozy cabin, enjoying all that nature has to offer.
Upon entry, full-height glazing with a stunning view of the forested surroundings pulls you in, blurring the boundary between inside and outside. The cabin’s utilitarian areas are located in the center of the plan, so the remainder of the space remains open.
One of the kids' bedrooms has a lamp that was scavenged, combined with a long incandescent bulb.
The bedroom accommodates a queen-size bed and built-in wood shelving.
The master bedroom opens to the northern balcony, which is set on a 10-foot-deep steel cantilever covering a patio below on the main level. “The primo swag built-in feature is the white oak lap-sided ceiling in the master bedroom,” says architect Nicholas Fiore. “As architects, we set as a goal on every project to experiment in our details and to try something new. Turning lap siding on its head—literally—completely frees it from its conventional usage, and provides a rich texture on the ceiling surface. It also serves to pull together a tricky space created by the variegated ceiling planes, which were a result of the challenges served up by zoning and district guidelines.”
The bedroom is lined in spruce and sparsely furnished, save for a built-in bed designed by Ateljé Sotamaa. The coverlet and pillows feature a folkloric pattern by Klaus Haapaniemi & Co.
In the main bedroom, the large upper windows connect the interior to a third-floor roof deck.
Lauren and Holt Williamson of Cedar & Oak Homes designed and built a 200-square-foot studio in their backyard in Austin, Texas.
The bedroom closets are painted in soft colors—Dulux Shetland Lace and Lama—to create what Litera describes as “special, warm moments” that add a sense of comfort and closeness to the lofty spaces.
The main bedroom has bifold steel-framed doors which tuck back to almost nothing, allowing the small balcony to become an extension of the main bedroom. “Behind the framing of the balustrade and the canopy of the tree, the bedroom feels like a perfect retreat from the world,” says architect Bronwyn Litera.
A casement window in the main bedroom allows for natural ventilation in this part of the home.
A sleeping area located underneath the roof is accessible via a ladder from the kitchen.
The second bedroom peaks at seven feet, so even adults can stand straight up in the lofted room. "It’s been really fun for our friends that have kids because they can have their own space," says Lauren. It also doubles as a studio and workspace.
The main bedroom suffered from lack of light, and the stairs were semi-exposed, which was strange. The team enlarged the windows and decided to keep the drywall here for better soundproofing. "Tongue-and-groove tends to have cracks and openings, so this keeps it more private and insulated," says Lauren.
A modern, white-and-maple dresser from Article with black leather pulls not only adds much-needed storage, but also helps temper the girlish feel of the room, which Mamrie shares with her boyfriend. The Mitzi table lamp by Hudson Valley Lighting, with its playful black squiggles, is Thomas's favorite piece in the home.
The navy and rust tones of the rug from The Citizenry help to balance the pink and green walls. "You need to bring in other tones as a breather," says Thomas. "It's like a squeeze of lime on top of food—it just punches it up a little bit." The corner chair is from Joybird, while the floor lamp is from Hudson Valley Lighting.
White oak casework compliments the master suite.
A new, linear window high up in the wall lets in light, but doesn’t call for blinds to ensure privacy. "When you're in either bedroom, you just see blue skies and palm trees," says Emily of the new window configuration. "And it’s just such a great little hack, especially if you are reconfiguring windows for basically anywhere in L.A., where you're on top of your neighbors."
The bedroom, situated on the top level, features oak built-in storage above the bed and a sitting nook tucked beneath the dormer that’s expressed on the exterior.
The lower level has a moveable wardrobe wall that divides the main bedroom from the second room.
The second bedroom features bunk beds that allow the cabin to accommodate extended family holidays and gatherings.
A custom channel-tufted headboard is offset by floating nightstands and a painterly wallpaper by Porter Teleo.
The built-in bed features a clever dresser system and a headboard that doubles as a bookshelf.
Along the rear wall, a sunken double bed fills the corner, surrounded by custom shelving and wood paneling. Hidden single beds provide additional sleeping space for up to four adults total.

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.