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Canny 'The New' Boy's Bedroom
Canny 'The New' Bedroom
There are no closets and no minibars in the guest rooms, reflecting the designers' minimalist approach. Features include a curved wooden headboard and a hammock hanging from the ceiling. Unfinished ceilings reveal partitions of the old structure, even down to the screws.
The bedroom on the upper level features a strategically placed window that frames vistas of the mountains and beyond.
The master suite has sliding doors that lead out to the exterior patio.
Part of the renovation involved creating a master bedroom suite.
The bedroom features floor-to-ceiling windows with curtains for privacy.
The master bedroom
The standard King Room offers courtyard rooms and TRI-KES wallcovering.
Exposed brick walls can be seen in the Premium King Suite, which overlooks views of Magazine Street.
The master suite provides a dreamy place to relax with bay views.
The bedrooms maintain the same look as the rest of the home with the use of plywood with black accents.
Furnished with Rakks shelving, a Blu Dot table, and a sofa bed from ABC Carpet & Home, the floor also includes a spacious guest bedroom. A bright-yellow color accent, painted onto the wall in Benjamin Moore’s Sunburst, acts as a subtle, minimalist headboard.
The guest bedroom features custom, built-in shelving over the bed designed by ABD Studio. The bedding is a mix of vintage pillows with Coyuchi. The black and white photograph is from Olivo Barbieri.
The girls' bedroom was designed for sleepovers and contains four full-size bunk beds and a banquette with a single-size mattress, all custom-designed by ABD Studio.
Arbel’s “14” sconces spot the wall to ethereal effect in the master bedroom. “I wanted this place to be habitable. One of my greatest criticisms of modern architecture is that it often forgets to make things cozy.”
Guest Bedroom
The window in one of the upstairs bedrooms horizontally frames the view.
The home has two bedrooms and three baths. Here is the master bedroom from another view, looking into the ensuite bathroom.
The master suite features an ensuite bathroom.
In the master bedroom the high triangular window is “excellent for stargazing,” says Rich.
The bed and side table in the master bedroom are from Loaf. In the adjacent bathroom, an antique mirror hangs above a Duravit sink. “There’s a slight Arts and Crafts feel to it,” says Marston of the house.
A bedroom that looks out to canyon views.
The view from another bedroom.
The ceilings, floors, and walls of the rooms are constructed from natural, unfinished plywood.
The revamp also comprised of reworking the layout of the master suite. However, the windows and original wood ceilings were maintained for warmth and light.
The highlight of this bedroom is ample built-in storage.
Even the lower level bedroom features large windows overlooking the property.
The lower level bedroom.
They oriented both the bedrooms towards the “window wall” to allow better light penetration to these spaces.
The principle bedroom also enjoys views of the water.
The home sold to Presley for $400,000 in 1967, the same year he married Priscilla Presley. The couple also welcomed Lisa Marie into the world while living in the home, where they would reside for six years.
Grant painted the master bedroom and the rest of the interior Alabaster by Resene. For big jobs, like framing the walls, they relied on Langsford Construction.
The throw blanket on the bed is from Seljak Brand, a company that produces recycled wool blankets from offcuts to encourage zero waste.
A peek at one of the bedrooms that looks out to the courtyard.
This light blue bedroom was inspired by the home's coastal location.
The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and a large walk in closet.
Inspired by historic farmhouses, beams are left exposed in the bedroom ceiling.
The lake-facing outdoor terrace can be accessed through the bedroom.
There are no closets and no minibars in the guest rooms, reflecting the designers' minimalist approach. Features include a curved wooden headboard and a hammock hanging from the ceiling. Unfinished ceilings reveal partitions of the old structure, even down to the screws.
A variety of guest bedrooms fill the top three floors, in a configuration that closely matches the original plan of the hotel.
Monochrome coverlets crafted at a Midwestern mill bedeck the beds. Taking inspiration from Bauhaus textiles, the design was conceived by the Los Angeles-based design shop RTH.
The top-floor bar Waydown features panoramic skyline views of the Chicago Loop.
Each room comes with a unique piece of art on letterhead stationery that's painted or hand-drawn by a student at the Chicago Art Institute.
Beckmann and Trowbridge have recently expanded The Lautner to create The Lautner Compound, which includes The Lautner, The Park—a 10,000-square-foot open-air event space—and a newly acquired 1957 Californian bungalow called The Ranch House. All the buildings and facilities on the compound were masterfully restored and furnished to reflect the spirit of Lautner.
One of the other bedrooms.
The master bedroom has a fireplace perfect for cool evenings.
To minimize waste and reuse workable infrastructure, Aparium kept the original wood beams and steel pipes throughout The Iron Horse. Locally-produced textiles and artwork were also added to provide decorative accents in the rooms.
Sleek, stylish vibes await guests in the rooms at Hotel Covington.
One of the guest bedroooms.
The master bedroom has its own private wing overlooking a garden.

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.