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This bedroom has a king bed, blackout shades and a white noise machine for the lightest of sleepers to relax.
Amanemu in Ise-Shima, Japan
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.
Bed by Pedro da Costa Felgueiras for The New Craftsmen; vintage 60s Lita lights from 1stDibs.
The apartment’s most striking feature is a custom wall and ceiling mural by Calico Wallpaper, inspired by Vancouver’s Stanley Park. The Asher bed is by Rove Concepts, the sconces are Pearl Modern Wall Sculpture by Cedar & Moss, and the bedside tables are from Crate & Barrel. A mohair throw by Bronte Moon falls across Frette linens.
To the south of the "great room" is a spacious master bedroom with a king-size bed.
Inside, Metropolitan armchairs by B&B Italia and Artek stools flank a Morsø stove. The Flor rug tiles are arranged in a custom pattern.
Inspired by vintage graphics from a variety of European countries, Wearstler custom designed 32 original patterns exclusively for the hotel.
Located at the opposite end of the apartment from the living room, the bedroom remains light and bright throughout the day.
A close-up of the nightstand and another piece from Sangaré’s UNITÉ lighting collection.
The bedroom is predominately oak with a custom-designed bed and nightstand. The lighting in this room is also by Sangaré.
The hideaway bed tucks neatly into the storage unit.
On the opposite end of the pool is an ensuite bedroom that is connected to a smaller, corner terrace.
To maximize the limited floor area, Saunders ripped down all the non-structural walls to open up the interiors, so the spaces feel roomier.
Zee's bedroom is filled with her hat collection as well as a wood knot from Katie Gong, the most represented of artists in her space, and hanging bells from Mudpuppy Ceramic Studio.
The living area is appointed with small, efficient furnishings, including a rolling tray table by Hans Bolling and a Diplomat Sleeper Sofa by Blu Dot (a second one is situated opposite the Murphy bed).
Large windows draw daylight into the sleeping quarters, while providing beautiful views to the gardens.
The upper level conceals the bedroom.
The master bedroom contains a custom-made platform bed with a simple white oak headboard. While sitting in bed, the homeowner can look directly out to the balcony and the valley beyond.
Fuss-free aesthetics continue into the master bedroom, where a sloped roof with concrete paint hides the ceiling beam.
Plush Casper Beds, white linens, and cozy touches can be found in all the Airstreams.
As soon as you enter the Hideout suite, it becomes evident the room has been built on ideas of customization and comfort. Comprised of two sleeping areas, a sauna, kitchen, and bathroom, guests can rest assured knowing they will have all the needed amenities for a unique stay.
Jeff Schlarb calls the master bedroom "Ten Thousand Dreams" for its ability to "allow dreams to flourish. For this room we aimed to create a retreat in the home—a space for romance, abundance and comfort."
Wood paneling and a platform bed was a perfect solution for fitting a king-sized bed into a small space.
Vaulted ceilings allow for a spacious loft, complete with the second bedroom.  Skylights draw plentiful daylight into the lofted space.
There is also a staircase that leads to a second bedroom and hammock/sitting area. The slight changes in elevation help to create added visual interest within the suite.

To round out the house-like appearance, Larsen refers to the space around the wooden volume as the "outside garden," which is complete with a rain shower and step-down tub.
The architect, Sigurd Larsen, aligned the openings in the walls to maximize natural light in the room. The folding doors, hatches, and windows of varying shapes and sizes encourage play.

"With this room you get a whole house," says Larsen. "Pure and calm from the outside, the many doors and windows reveal a warm wooden interior."
The bedroom view.
The master bedroom with king bed is located on the spacious open mezzanine and offers a cozy reading place.
Private rooms provide lush, comfortable accommodations with arched ceilings and day lit filled interiors.
One of the two bedrooms on the ground floor.
Custom bunk beds are built into one of the guest bedrooms.  A circular opening is a playful addition.
Triangular skylights make an appearance in the Master Bedroom as well.  A concrete partition wall with a recessed bookshelf provides a custom headboard solution.
The master bedroom has ribbed ceilings and walls that recall nautical frames.
Designed by Anda Andrei and Danish interior design firm Space Copenhagen, 11 Howard in New York City bears the Bauhaus DNA of warm Scandinavian minimalism and New York industrial sleekness.
Exposed boards that were salvaged from the original apartment were installed into the master bedroom. They provide a rustic atmosphere, enhanced by the addition of DIY industrial lighting. The bedding, curtains, and bedside tables are all from IKEA.
Hawkins created the built-in anigre bed and side tables in the master bedroom. Chenault designed the bedding; the sconces are from Artemide.
In addition to an ensuite main bedroom, the mezzanine floor sleeps two in a cozy sleeping nook.
In the master bedroom, expanses of white and peach paint play against the geometric lines of an inlaid-bone nightstand from Anthropologie. The traditional four-poster bed is from West Elm; the brass Cedar & Moss sconce is from Rejuvenation.
Rather than clutter the master bedroom with furniture, Frame Design Lab created a system where night stands hang from a wall-mounted headboard.
After successfully reconfiguring his own tiny New York City apartment, Robert Garneau, partner at Architecture Workshop PC, reinvented a 400-square-foot studio for neighbors just a few floors down. Called the Pivot Apartment, the highly efficient residence now serves multiple functions, thanks to a central modular unit that can be arranged to create distinct stations for living, sleeping, and entertaining.
Emerson, 8, reads in a sitting room where overnight guests stay.
In the master bedroom, the couple opted for Artemide lighting: Vintage Eclisse table lamps by Vico Magistretti hang over the nightstands and a Tizio table lamp by Richard Sapper rests on a side table. The lounge chairs are vintage finds, and the rug is a Bedouin design purchased in Jerusalem.

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.