136 Bedroom Bed Concrete Floors Design Photos And Ideas

Custom walnut cabinetry in the sleeping area warms up the concrete shell.
On the upper floor, the peaked roof form is revealed. A built-in headboard provides some separation between the functional spaces within the suite.
The interiors feature a minimal palette of timber and concrete. The bathroom of this bedroom is hidden behind a sliding wall.
A new bedroom was created in the lower level of the extension. Nested within a cliff to make the best of the site’s sloping terrain, this bedroom receives plenty of natural light.
A bedroom on the upper level.
Master Bedroom
A queen-sized bed in the bedroom with simple linens.
The bedroom opens out onto the deck and meadow beyond.
A dialogue between ancient and contemporary can be seen in the bedroom.
Says homeowner Dentand, "You come here and you sleep well. I think that this is the most relaxing place that I have ever been."
In the master suite, a painting by Eric Freeman hangs over a West Elm bed.
Two beds in the dormitory on the upper level.
In the bedroom, Mantis lamps by Bernard Schottlander, along with a Snow bureau by Swedish designers Thomas Sandell and Jonas Bohlin, add to the stylish, minimalist atmosphere.
Second bedroom featuring organic cotton bedding by Bhumi Organic, organic cotton mattress by Organture, and art by Australian artist Caroline Walls (represented by Modern Times).
Folding glazed doors open each bedroom up to the outdoors.
Each room is equipped with a plush king bed, while cool polished concrete floors encourage guests to go barefoot.
Dawn Farmer sits on the bed in the master bedroom. The white leather bed was designed by Pierre Kozely and manufactured by Della Robbia. The view carries through the master bathroom to the yard on the other side of the house.
The window in one of the upstairs bedrooms horizontally frames the view.
The wall in the master bedroom is upholstered in tropical print fabric by Christian Lacroix.
Architect Bruce Bolander made the most of a limited footprint in a house he designed in a Malibu canyon. With the small bedroom unable to accommodate any "normal" size desk, the architect designed a very thin custom steel desk where resident Heidi Wright works. The floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors from Metal Window Corporation open the entire corner of the room up to the outdoors. “The mountains across the way are almost like another wall—they contain the space to the point that you feel like you’re in a much bigger space, that you’re part of the overall landscape,” says Bolander. Photo by J Bennett Fitts.
In the living area, a sliding door conceals the loft from the hallway leading to the office, thus opening the space up by revealing extra square footage in the bedroom. When it’s time for bed, the door slides shut for privacy.
The master suite is warmed by a Badger 3112 woodstove by Morsø.
Even the bedrooms are just a few steps away from nature.
Even the bedrooms integrate the outdoor spaces into the design.
On the upper level is a corridor with a studio, library, and gallery that leads to the ensuite master bedroom.
A interior courtyard is accessible from the bedroom, providing an unexpected secluded oasis right in the heart of an urban setting.
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The mezzanine bedroom looks down to a buffer space between the front yard and the living areas.
The architects created a principle suite by connecting an adjacent bathroom via pocket doors. A skylight in the bathroom ensures natural light flows throughout.
One of the three bedrooms emotes a comfortable, relaxing feel with plush textiles and bedding. Again, full-height glazing brings the outdoor sunshine in.
The master bedroom is completed with an elegant fireplace and glass surrounds. Large, sliding glass doors open directly onto the outdoor patio.
Lincoln Barbour
The simple furniture items leave plenty of space for movement.
The rock ledge provides natural privacy from the street and ensconces occupants in the site's beauty.
The principle bedroom windows embrace the sandstone rock face. A sloped glass roof shields rain.
Bunk room in basement with custom artwork on floor by Sean Martorana. Curtains by West Elm.
Built-in concrete shelves in one of the guest bedrooms.
Kiri wood walls help keep the bedroom cool.
A guest bedroom that's partially submerged in the dunes.
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.
Bedding by Society Linen with a striped throw by Tenfold from The Line, and a vintage embroidered textile pillows.
The homeowner wanted to include clerestory windows to the master bedroom during the remodel, which was denied due to the home’s historic status.
Beautiful minimal interiors are featured throughout.
The curving white wall in Atherton’s bedroom is optimally sited to capture shadows from the redbud tree outside his window. Pip, the dog, will have to content himself with concrete floors—–at least until his housemates buy a couch. Or a rug.

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