650 Bedroom Bed Wall Lighting Design Photos And Ideas

In an apartment in Hong Kong, the bedroom sits on a raised floor that contains storage beneath. The Japanese-inspired cabinetry keeps the bedroom feeling fuss-free and simple, but the storage spaces are still accessible without needing to lift up the bed.
If sleek storage is what you're looking for, consider a long and low platform bed. At a New York apartment that's just over 500 square feet, the wood platform bed features storage panels under the mattress.
If you’re looking for a casual look without sacrificing back support, take a page from this Los Angeles home that embraces the summery, California-style living. The mattress sits on a covered box spring directly on the floor, which is loosely wrapped in a breezy white cover.
Descience Lab also crafted standalone furniture pieces to complement the overall scheme.
A colorful sliding wall provides privacy and a pop of colorful pattern in the master bedroom.
Accessed via full-height sliding doors, this bedroom is filled with light from the unit’s fully glazed wall.
After buying a worn-down, 244-square-foot apartment in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, the owner of Achille—a young bachelor—stripped away the wallpaper, hauled in his temporary furniture, and spent a couple months living in the small space to let it guide the design direction. After some time, he envisioned a renovation with space-saving solutions that would retain and celebrate the rough-hewn character of the original apartment. A "space cube," made of Fenix NTM's matte nanotech material combined with warm oak, serves as sleeping nook and storage.
After successfully reconfiguring his own tiny New York City apartment, Robert Garneau, partner at Architecture Workshop PC, reinvented a 400-square-foot studio for neighbors just a few floors down. Called the Pivot Apartment, the highly efficient residence now serves multiple functions, thanks to a central modular unit that can be arranged to create distinct stations for living, sleeping, and entertaining.
The bedrooms on the upper floor are all accessed via a private set of helical stairs with curving plywood balustrades, making these rooms feel like “secluded treehouse-like retreats.” Each bedroom has an en suite bathroom.
Hope painted the bedroom walls, ceiling and floor bright white, adding a fresh look and a feeling of spaciousness. "It's small," she says, "so I went with a simple bed frame and all-white linens to keep things light and bright."
One of the serene bedrooms, where outdoor views are precisely framed.
The Nest storage bed from DWR provides even more storage space.
In total, the home features three bedrooms, two of which are tucked underneath the loft. The master bedroom, shown here, is located at the back of the cabin.
A funky, angled shelf sits under the window by the bed, creating a nightstand.
The walls were painted Paint and Paper Library Slate IV, providing a neutral background for cheery yellow Normann Copenhagen Rise Wall Lights.
To make space for the new hallway, the existing master bedroom had to be reduced in size. To make efficient use of the smaller space, BVDS Architecture designed fitted wardrobes either side and over the double bed. An existing flat ceiling was also removed to open up the space and create more volume.
The master bedroom, essentially just a loft with a mattress, is accessed by a wooden ladder from the living room. The master bedroom closet is downstairs in the hallway—but Jessica did cheat slightly, co-opting 12 feet of space in a neighboring barn as her dressing room/closet. “Every morning, I would go out in my rubber boots, no matter what the weather was, and get dressed in the barn,” she says.
The interior of the McKinney York micro home is light and cheery with a rock Eames rocking chair donated by Workplace Resources, shades donated by Austin Shade Works and throw pillows by Briley’s Upholstery Shop.
The weekend retreat is designed to accommodate large family and friend groups, with two guest bedrooms and a bunk room that sleeps 12.
Bonaque and contractor Manuel Stoica removed low ceilings and partitions to reveal old beams and brick walls.
The master bedroom features a pencil-and-acrylic work by Geoff McFetridge and a Vibia sconce.
A custom vanity activates an empty niche created by the fireplace column.
Inside, the cabins are wrapped in either aspen or spruce, with most of the timber sourced sustainably from Estonian forests. The same shingling technique used on the exterior is employed to create a layered, half-dome design at each end of the hut.
The folding metal walls, which cast light and shadow onto the concrete floor, are as dynamic as they're eye-catching.
Three anchoring points secure the wide span of the edge beam running along the front of the mezzanine to the ceiling, allowing the sides to be left open.
The most intimate and restricted area of the apartment is the bedroom on the new mezzanine floor. Over 100 recycled plywood lids were used as cladding in the downstairs studio—the wall of which continues into the bedroom—and for the bedroom floor.
A trio of red sconces above the bed in one of the bedrooms underscores the house’s geometric quality.
Twin beds flank a mountain view in one of the bedrooms.
The master features a Haiti Home headboard, West Elm side tables, TRNK light, Parachute linens, and a Block Shop Textiles throw.
A look at the compact and cozy first-floor sleeping space—essentially the master bedroom. Minimalist shelving provides storage, while a large pane of glass brightens the space and the loft above.
The built-in headboard doubles as storage with cubbies on either side.
Pickens recommends searching for textural pieces in flea markets for accents or furniture.
designed by Estúdio Minke
After buying a site overlooking an inlet called Smuggler’s Cove, Gabriel Ramirez asked two architects—Norman Millar, dean of the Woodbury School of Architecture, and Judith Sheine, head of the architecture department at the University of Oregon—to design the house. Boi sconces, which David Weeks designed for Ralph Pucci, illuminate the bedroom in this Sea Ranch residence.
In the bedroom, wood wardrobes and a built-in desk allow the green-tiled window seat to stand out.
"We transformed the space into what a high end Upper West Side Apartment should be." — Christine Stucker
Veal and Stewart often create custom lighting and furniture pieces for their clients.
The reclaimed timber flooring was also used on the ceiling of the master bedroom, where it’s painted white to brighten the space. The single window in the bedroom provides natural light for the private spaces.
The master bedroom features a built-in headboard and closet made from solid walnut and walnut veneer. The black wall lamp is a replica Serge Mouille wall light.
In the master suite, large glass windows convey the view. The dresser is vintage.
Olive is a calming shade of green that works well in bedrooms.
Wood beams continue into the master suite, which also features a walk-in closet and its own private deck.
Custom furnishings are found throughout the home. In the downstairs bedroom, an ash bed frame is paired with a side table by Barrett Karber. A WO & WÉ fixture provides lighting for reading in bed.
The lofted bedroom is outfitted with soothing textiles, a WO & WÉ light fixture, and IKEA cabinetry.
Inside the cabins, perimeter walls are constructed from log frames and dividing walls consist of Thermowood fir panels.
The master bedroom on the first floor has views over the green roof, bringing a sense of life into the interior and visually breaking up the view of the surrounding rooftops.
The second bedroom benefits from lots of natural light.
The one bedroom.
The shutters open and close, providing both privacy and shade.
One of five bedrooms in the mains residence, the master bedroom features custom-designed furniture and a wrap-around glass walls. The numerous bedrooms make the property attractive for use as a vacation rental.
The master bedroom also is the only bedroom with a fireplace.
Natural green hues are incorporated throughout, including the bedding and artwork. Raca Architekci designed the custom-built headboards seen in the cabins.
This bedroom in the night pavilion sits in a sunken, white ash "vessel" below a minimalist white wooden volume, creating a sense of refuge.
Herringbone-patterned oak floors continue into the two bedrooms.
The master bedroom has 10-foot ceilings and clerestory windows.
“The master bedroom is tucked into the trees, which kind of anchors the whole composition and is also appropriate because it’s more private,” says Haesloop. It also provides the couple with a shower that looks out into the woods.

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.