760 Bedroom Bed Wall Lighting Design Photos And Ideas

Workstead sconces and lighting can be seen throughout the vessel. “We added the reading lights and sconces to create a cozy atmosphere in the space,” Lyndsay says.
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.
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."
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The trailer sleeps four people, two in the rear bedroom and two in the main living 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.
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.
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.
The sunny master bedroom encapsulates the couple’s minimalist, midcentury aesthetic.
Bedding gets a bold streetwear treatment in this set from Curves. The 2021 catalog was shot in a 1962 home in Los Feliz, Los Angeles.
The bedroom is a soothing retreat with soft textures.
A new, linear window high up in the wall lets in light, but doesn’t call for blinds to ensure privacy. "When you're in either bedroom, you just see blue skies and palm trees," says Emily of the new window configuration. "And it’s just such a great little hack, especially if you are reconfiguring windows for basically anywhere in L.A., where you're on top of your neighbors."
The guesthouse bedroom features a large window. With the exception of the large sliding glass wall, all windows are standard sizes. “We kept to standard sizes of sheet goods and materials for the cabinetry and fireplace metal panels to help to dial in the cost without sacrificing the essence of the project,” reveals architect Hunter Gundersen.
Each space in the home—including the master bedroom—features strategically placed operable windows to take advantage of cross ventilation produced from diurnal mountain winds and induce natural convection cooling.
In the bedroom, built-in wall shelving provides smart storage solutions.
A metal wall divider helps delineate space between the living area and bedroom.
The second bedroom includes two beds for hosting guests.
A peek into the master bedroom.
The bedroom fits an Olympic queen bed, offering residents a comfortable night’s sleep.
The two bedrooms for the boys can be opened up into one large space or closed off as seen here with a bookcase wall that can be split apart or brought together.
A peek at the sun-filled bedroom.
“It took only two days for the house to come together. Everything was choreographed with such precision,” says Dave.
A custom channel-tufted headboard is offset by floating nightstands and a painterly wallpaper by Porter Teleo.
Inside, there’s similarly understated material palette with concrete floors, plaster walls, and exposed hemlock rafters at the ceiling.
The built-in bed features a clever dresser system and a headboard that doubles as a bookshelf.
Along the rear wall, a sunken double bed fills the corner, surrounded by custom shelving and wood paneling. Hidden single beds provide additional sleeping space for up to four adults total.
This clean-lined home designed by Lim + Lu makes use of materials like rattan, oak, and volcanic slate to create an island vibe.
The joinery throughout the home is crafted from solid American oak with a subtle white oil finish. The principal bedroom on the first floor features a bespoke headboard with built-in shelves and concealed storage. The bedside lights are the Ginger range of timber lamps by Marset.
Brit and Daniel Epperson accented the cabin’s bright white interior with dynamic black focal points and vignettes, like a towering tile fireplace facade and a cool Valchromat-and-steel kitchen.
Rotary-cut fir plywood is given a Varathane ebony wood stain to create contrast. Both bedrooms fit a wall-to-wall queen bed, and a sliding panel reveals a hidden TV at the foot of each bunk.
Sconces by George Nelson for Herman Miller flank Jessy and Steve’s bed. The painting was a wedding gift.
Each twin bed in the bunk room over the back porch gets its own Morgan Black sconce from Crate and Barrel. The rest of the furniture was sourced by the homeowners.
In the dressing room, the ceiling is papered with Ellie Cashman Summer Squall in midnight blue—a little pop of pattern to peek at as you’re heading through to the back door.
Dan and Leah’s bedroom features a custom platform bed by Unruh Furniture and Cypress sconces by Cedar & Moss from Rejuvenation.
When the dining table is tucked away, the guest bed can be lowered over the banquette.
The home also offers two additional bedrooms. Here, one of the rooms features a hanging flower arrangement by Andrea.
Life House's COVID-19 precautions include allowing guests to opt-out of housekeeping and twice-daily cleanings of the public spaces.
Guest rooms feature bespoke millwork, made with Colombian oak with raffia detailing. Vintage rugs come from Revival Rugs, textiles are Naturtex Espana, and the bedside sconce shades feature a flora print fabric from House of Hackney.
Native flora features heavily in the design, like the modern interpretations of 19th-century botanical drawings found in the guest rooms. The artwork on the far right is made with poetry from a colonial-era journal that the in-house design team found at  the local public library.
Getaway offers rentable micro cabins to help urban dwellers escape the daily grind.
The Edward Bed & Breakfast provides breakfast for cabin campers.
When booking, you can select a queen or twin beds for sleeping arrangements.
In the bedroom, a plum feature wall pops against a gray bed and a lemon-yellow throw. Minimalist black furniture and streamlined lighting complete the space.
A built-in cabinet of straight grain Douglas fir separate the sleeping area from the bathroom.
“This headboard made from shims is our newest DIY project,” Tina says.
The master sleeping loft features a skylight and windows on either side of the bed that create a cross breeze.

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.