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The master bedroom.
One of the two bedrooms has simple furnishings and thoughtfully placed artwork, all in neutral tones made lively with texture and pattern.
A large, exposed bulb hangs lower than its peers on a three-bulb pendant. The simple design effectively spreads subtle but diffuse light across this elegant, neutral-toned bedroom.
A candelabra-style pendant hangs from the ceiling of this midcentury bedroom in Portland.
Jeff Schlarb calls the master bedroom "Ten Thousand Dreams" for its ability to "allow dreams to flourish." The spectacular chandelier-style pendant with romantic, star-shaped lights was chosen to do just that.
The Wyatt bed is from Room & Board, and the Mimico nightstands are from Gus Modern.
A white Alba armoire by Pinch stands next to the brand’s Iona cheval mirror in a second-floor bedroom. The Moroccan rug was found in Paris; the Malm bed from IKEA was a budget buy.
An elegant reading nook lies next to the bed.
A shift in materials separates this bedroom from the breakfast area.
The 544-square-foot cottage has a 350-square-foot, double-height ground level with walls and ceilings made of cross-laminated timber. It also has a lofted bedroom that’s about 194 square feet.
From the glass wall of the master bedroom, the user can look down into the living lounge.
The vintage dresser was found in Saint-Malo, a historic port city in Brittany.
The third level houses three bedrooms with ensuite baths.
Bunk beds outfit the children's bedroom.
The house has three bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms.
A peek at the earthy, natural textiles in the cozy bedroom.
Guest Bedroom
The Master bedroom ensuite faces through a large internal glazing the living areas below
 The guest-bedroom suite frames the hillside views above the street, increasing natural light and maintaining privacy.
The large master bedroom on the first level has a large bathroom with a shower and bathtub.
A 16-foot-tall wall of glass opens the master bedroom to views of the forest.
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 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.
Bedroom 2
To the north of the "great room" is a second bedroom, which has a wall of closets and drawers clad in oak millwork.
Here is a look at one of the bedrooms.
The simple and peaceful serene master bedroom looks out to the rear patio.
Carpenter Martin Bernauer built custom beds for the vacation suites.
Natasha's love of plants is evident in the cabin, where pops of greenery show up throughout.
Every room of the house is light, bright, and comfortable to be in.
A minimalist aesthetic is evident in the bedroom.
Another bedroom view.
The spacious master bedroom has light wooden floors and walls.
A Murphy bed located along the narrowest wall of the triangular-shaped apartment.
The loft's original 1928 concrete is in tact, and while the design team sandblasted it all, not everything was removed—the owners will often find things like nails and pieces of cork in the material.
A bedroom that looks out to gorgeous canyon views.
Detail of Guest Bedroom
One of the guest bedroooms.
The master bedroom has ribbed ceilings and walls that recall nautical frames.
The minimalist interiors of the suites.
The third floor of 411 Vanderbilt features a fourth private bedroom with peaked ceilings, exposed beams, an en-suite bath and a beautiful round window.

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.