3,692 Bedroom Bed Design Photos And Ideas

A large sliding door provides privacy.
To create additional headspace in the sleeping loft, the Fritzes devised an inset in the Douglas fir flooring that accommodates a mattress. The backlit headboard and built-in storage that flank the bed are also made of Douglas fir.
"The white oak loft railing allows for open sight lines and creates a more spacious feel for the loft bedroom," Kevin says.
On either side of the bed, custom cabinets store clothes, and have USB ports to charge devices.
The natural light and blonde flooring brighten the dark color palette of the bedding, chevron rug, and black curtains and ceiling.
The home’s bedrooms connect with calming outdoor areas through large glass panels.
Natural light and great views are an added bonus to this cozy bedroom.
The treehouse office can be glimpsed through the bedroom window.
“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.”
An upstairs apartment bedroom at the B2 Lofts with a view of the art school next door.
A reading nook is built into a window frame in the primary bedroom, where hexagonal terracotta tile lends color and texture.
The bedroom features a built-in wood headboard and storage beneath the bed.
Currently used as a temporary home, the structure can be quickly and easily adapted into an open workplace with the removal of the bedroom and kitchen.
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.
In the renovation of their 1920s bungalow in Los Angeles, homeowners chose Mark Motonaga and Guy Clouse opted for Dawn Pink paint by Benjamin Moore in the main bedroom—even painting the ceiling for an enveloping effect.
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."
The wood-clad interior provides a cozy atmosphere, healthy air, and pleasant acoustics thanks to the finger paneling on the walls.
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.
Due to the pandemic, each unit will only be used to house one person with exceptions made for couples and a parent with a child.
Each prefab includes fold-out beds, storage space, electrical outlets, lighting, heating and air conditioning units, as well as a locking door and windows.
Bed nook
Bed nook
The rear bedroom includes two twin beds that can be converted into a large king.
The trailer sleeps four people, two in the rear bedroom and two in the main living space.
In the bedroom, a king-sized Japanese teak bed with a Saarinen Side Table topped by a Paul McCobb brass lamp are easy bedfellows. Jeff Koons’s Hoover Vacuum and an original Keith Haring drawing adorn the space.
Oceanair blinds offer privacy in the back bedroom.
A nightstand and dresser are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Swiss Coffee and topped with stained maple.
In the back bedroom, the custom queen bed lifts up to reveal storage underneath.
The dinette table converts to a baby crib with railings.
The guest bedroom, which is wrapped in wood, also features a built-in storage nook.
The wood headboard in the main bedroom features a built-in storage nook.
A closer look at the partly enclosed sleeping area, which is illuminated by a small skylight. Custom cabinetry offer deep storage units as a way to help maximize the studio's layout.
Noiascape Studio designed the various areas in the studio to be separated by bespoke joinery. The wood-lined sleeping area features a custom Kerf Works bed.
Upstairs, the principal suite features sliding glass doors along two exposures, offering direct access to the partially covered outdoor area.
before & after
A look inside one of the guest rooms provides a closer look at the rimakatto ceiling. The home’s interior is finished in locally sourced birch and pine.
Off the second-level living area are two adjacent guest rooms.
The bedroom showcases the cross-laminated timber logs used by Pluspuu, which have mitered edges for a softer look. The home—like all of Pluspuu’s models—features triple-glazed windows that provide insulation in a wide variety of climates.
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.
Exposed CLT lines the ceiling and walls, and floor-to-ceiling glazing frames picturesque views of the surrounding forest and nearby waterfront.
A closer look at the glazed wall in the sleeping area. “Kynttilä creates a kind of mental portal to a higher dimension,” says the firm. “The framed nature image turns into an individual abstraction and projection of thoughts.”
The bed in the parents' room is flanked by Trizo21 Austere via Pantoufle floor lamps with cheeky frames by Hotel Magique above. The bench is from H&M Home.
Wing-like nightstands fold up on either side of the bed that Antonio designed for himself. The headboard and trim near the floor are painted a darker blue shade than the rest of the room.
Antonio inherited one of the 1960s chrome Orbit sconces by Robert Sonneman and bought the other at Home Union in Brooklyn.
An iconic First chair by Michele de Lucchi for Memphis sits under Antonio’s Rorschach paintings in the bedroom. "They're twins, made from an inkblot process," he says. When it came to buying the furniture he didn’t make, the architect thought about an adage from fashion designer Vivienne Westwood: "Buy less, choose well, and make it last."
New windows and skylights were added for natural light and ventilation, opening up the bedrooms to the surrounding mountain views.
The dining table folds down into a double bed.
In the bedroom, a custom tie-dyed wool blanket by Project Room lies on top of linens by Coyuchi. The large painting is by John Finneran, and the Eames chair is an heirloom from Lizz’s family. The space also features a Componibili Bio nightstand by Anna Castelli Ferrieri from Kartell, along with a “Katz Ramona, Katz Ramona, Katz Ramona” painting by John Finneran and an “Untitled” painting by Jennifer Boysen.
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.”
Clerestory windows capture the mountain views from the couple’s first-floor bedroom, which opens to the patio.
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.

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.