171 Bedroom Bed Recessed Lighting Design Photos And Ideas

The upper level is devoted to the oversized master suite.
Master Bedroom
The master is wrapped by panoramic views of downtown L.A. and the surrounding sea.
Master Bedroom
One of four bedrooms.
The master bedroom boasts spectacular south-facing views of the valley.
"The bedrooms are completely separate from one another, filled with light, and oriented towards beautiful views of the surrounding context and downtown Raleigh," note the architects.
The master bedroom overlooks unobstructed views of Lake Berryessa.
The mix of white juxtaposed against natural wood extends to the bedroom.
A wooden chair and fiddle leaf fern are calming accents in the sleeping area.
View of the master bedroom
The walls and built-in furnishings are constructed from fir, while the original timber floors have been replaced with waxed concrete, which also covers the fireplace. The kitchen unit behind the fireplace features a countertop built of basalt sourced from the Alps.
New high-performance glazing lets in plenty of light and landscape views without compromising energy efficiency. The windows are framed in larch on the interior and in dark steel on the exterior.
Part of the renovation involved creating a master bedroom suite.
A solar roof, high-efficiency plumbing, LED lighting, and operable window coverings ensure that the home is seamlessly integrated into its environment.
The bedroom features floor-to-ceiling windows with curtains for privacy.
Bed by Pedro da Costa Felgueiras for The New Craftsmen; vintage 60s Lita lights from 1stDibs.
Floor-to-ceiling sliding panels divide the master bedroom from the living room. The sliding wall cladded in cedar is integrated into the casework, and hides the television when not in use.
In the master bedroom, Douglas firs filter the light and mountain views for a more intimate experience.
Upstairs location with entire wall of steel-framed, floor-to-ceiling glass opening to a large private terrace bordered by eco-friendly synthetic lawn; two walk-in closets and sumptuous en suite bath, dual-sink vanity topped with back-pained glass, free-standing soaking tub, European shower, and a private commode room
A peek at the bedroom.
Master suite.
The bedroom
Within each bedroom, the architecture acts as a frame to the landscape beyond. The opening picture faces east towards the land and water conservation project across the street; it is 10' h x 15' w.
The airy open feel extends to the master suite.
To the north of the "great room" is a second bedroom, which has a wall of closets and drawers clad in oak millwork.
To the south of the "great room" is a spacious master bedroom with a king-size bed.
Natural light fills every room of the bright and airy addition.
The bedrooms and gallery spaces are located within the concrete boxes.
A look at the master bedroom, which unlike the other rooms in the home, features Ipe wood for both the ceiling and walls.
Inside, Metropolitan armchairs by B&B Italia and Artek stools flank a Morsø stove. The Flor rug tiles are arranged in a custom pattern.
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.
The master bedroom is enclosed in glass, and connects to the outdoors via massive pivot doors.
The bedroom on the second floor has a treehouse-like feel.
Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
The bedrooms and bathrooms are enclosed in areas behind the terraces.
A sweeping expanse of glass spans the corner in the master suite, integrating a sense of the outdoors into the bedroom.
To enlarge the bathroom, they integrated the closet space into the new bathroom, and thus had to create new storage. They designed a custom walnut bed wall in the master bedroom that contains built-in wardrobes.
The south-facing master bedroom on the first floor has a terrace that opens to views of the countryside beyond the garden.
One of the bedrooms.
The subdued interior palette comprises of exposed smooth-formed concrete, painted drywall, and rough-sawn cedar.
The bedroom is enclosed with a glass wall. A blackout curtain can be drawn closed for privacy. An IKEA cabinet and white lacquered shelves help to provide plenty of closet space.
The master bedroom is located near the back, and has a private balcony that provides cover for the patio off the living room below.
When not in use as the headboard, the large redwood slab folds down to become a desk.
The sleeping loft is accessed via a library ladder, with clerestory windows added to keep the space from feeling claustrophobic.
Tom Conrad and Kate Imbach’s first bedroom redo creates as many problems as it alleviated, blocking their view of Noe Valley behind a wall, for instance. Their second attempt, shown here, opened up the balcony, which has a Frame lounge by Francesco Rota for Paola Lenti. A Grand Repos chair by Antonio Citterio for Vitra faces the bed.
Light streams into the bedroom through walls of floor-to-ceiling glass. The windows are triple-glazed, creating a tight, eco-friendly seal.
Fuss-free aesthetics continue into the master bedroom, where a sloped roof with concrete paint hides the ceiling beam.
The chandelier in one of the bedrooms is by David Weeks.
Bedroom views.
The master bedroom opens up to a small terrace through full-height glazed sliding doors.

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.