387 Bedroom Light Hardwood Floors Bed Design Photos And Ideas

Ravit Dvir Architecture and Design
The simple, den-like sleeping nook can easily be converted into a storage space when needed.
The bedroom enjoys views of the outdoors through windows on both sides.
A wide staircase that leads up to the "living room" loft is sited to the left of the kitchen. The first two steps that lead up to the floating stairs can be tucked under the table when not in use.
The lofted sleeping space features a double bed, a removable bedside table, and a balustrade which is attached to the floor as a safety precaution.
The large master bedroom features sliding doors to the outdoor space.
Here is the spacious second bedroom.
Master Bedroom - After
Master Bedroom
The master bedroom features vaulted ceilings and a light-wood wall to break up the space.
Sleep / rest mode for the guest room, with views of the indoor garden.
This bedroom has a king bed, blackout shades and a white noise machine for the lightest of sleepers to relax.
The second bedroom has a queen bed and private deck to enjoy.
The wall of windows and private deck extend this bedroom beyond the walls and has the best sunset views in the house.
The second bedroom has art and accessories from local Portland shops Schoolhouse Electric and Sitte Modern.
Baby Room 02
Baby Room
Master
Special features include hidden storage walls and fold-down beds.
Amanemu in Ise-Shima, Japan
Master Bedroom
The master is wrapped by panoramic views of downtown L.A. and the surrounding sea.
A white wall runs from the Dining and culminates at the Master Bedroom: an all-white space with filtered daylight.
Double bedroom in white and grey colors
Guest Bedroom
Master Bedroom
The Master bedroom ensuite faces through a large internal glazing the living areas below
One of four bedrooms.
Steel was chosen for the frame of the cabin because of its fire and water resistant qualities.
Downstairs bedroom and lounge area
Downstairs master bedroom
One of the home's two bedrooms looks out on to the oversized deck.
The mix of white juxtaposed against natural wood extends to the bedroom.
Custom closets painted Benjamin Moore Sterling were added to both kids' bedrooms. One room has a built-in window seat (pictured) and the other has a built-in desk.
The updated master bedroom includes new crown molding. The former closet was removed where the left nightstand is now located; the closet door was reused for the family room on the ground floor.
 The guest-bedroom suite frames the hillside views above the street, increasing natural light and maintaining privacy.
Upstairs, the home features four bedrooms and four baths. Here, large sliding doors provide ample natural light and easy access to an outdoor patio.
The large master bedroom on the first level has a large bathroom with a shower and bathtub.
One of the bedrooms in the annex also features a loft with two additional beds for children.
A 16-foot-tall wall of glass opens the master bedroom to views of the forest.
A volume containing a bathroom and cloakroom was built within the master bedroom.
Curved, full-height glazing erases the boundary between indoors and out.
This custom glass structure by Ilex Construction allows for an abundance of light during the day. At night, Lightolier fixtures on the ceiling illuminate the Ella bed. Sherwin-Williams “Pure White” was painted on all interior walls.
The cabin captures the iconic Finnish aesthetic, which is defined by modern minimalism. Recyclability and sustainability were among the deciding factors behind the selection in furnishings.
The Verso Design’s Koppa Big Box High container is used as a nightstand and was handmade in Finland from Finnish birch.
The triangular window is made from polycarbonate, which was chosen for safety reasons.
Overlooking stunning views of the archipelago, the one-bedroom building is furnished with two camping beds, a small cooking nook, and other locally procured sustainable furnishings.
A solar roof, high-efficiency plumbing, LED lighting, and operable window coverings ensure that the home is seamlessly integrated into its environment.

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.