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In the main bedroom, fir floors and simple fixtures add to the minimal design. Custom-set windows thoughtfully frame the nearby forest.
The X Suites' bedrooms all have ceiling-height windows that look out onto the grounds. The blanket is by Coyuchi.
In the master bedroom, a pair of DCW Mantis sconces are positioned between the traditional molding, which mimics what’s found on the lower floor. The paint color is Benjamin Moore Alaskan Husky custom mix, and the quilt is from Hay. The side chair is an Urban Outfitters find.
A peek inside the light-filled guest room.
The light-filled master bedroom features hardwood floors and lighting from Mooi.
A clothing niche and the half-wall behind the bed are the same oak found throughout.
In architect Nildo José’s Loft Ninho, a bedroom box clad in ceramic tile rests within an oak wood-wrapped space, creating a quirky and nest-like retreat within the space. A steel ladder leads up to an indoor garden.
The top-floor master suite features a walk-in closet and a stylish bathroom.
Master bedroom
Master bedroom with patterned headboard and wallpaper.
In the master bedroom, the Restoration Hardware tufted bed is paired with an Anthropologie area rug. The side tables are custom by Hufft.
The rooms exude clean lines with all built in furniture aside for a stool.
This upholstered headboard takes the form of a cheery rainbow with built-in nightstands and lighting.
The cedar paneling continues into the master bedroom.
Sleeping Cabin guest bedroom.
Light, ethereal tones dominate the "Sugarcane" room, which showcases elegant details including handmade tassels adorning the wardrobe's doors.
A deep emerald hue, calling to mind tobacco leaves, fittingly wraps the "Tobacco" room.
The master bedroom has a butt glass window and engineered white oak floors.
Master bedroom
Master bedroom
Master bedroom
Claska Hotel in Tokyo, Japan
Wood paneling wraps the interior of a trapezoidal cabin.
A view into the sleeping nook.
Along with antiques, the design team sourced many of the pieces throughout the home from Los Angeles showrooms and boutiques like Nickey Kehoe, Blackman Cruz, Thomas Hayes Studio, JF Chen, and for bedding and accessories, Garde. Here, a guest house bedroom directly opens onto nature.
The wood ceilings continue throughout the house. The master suite has a private patio.
The bedroom is airy but cozy. Wrinkly sheets are a “problem” that Hartley gives “zero care units” about. Adding a pop of color is a plum-hued pillow from Motif Pillows on Etsy.
Conway's guest bedroom has gone through a number of transformations. This is the latest incarnation, which arose when the “neutral bug” bit her.
Hotel The Celestine Kyoto Gion in Kyoto, Japan
Some items and devices in the rooms can be purchased in the store below. Muji has opened two other hotels in the past year—one in Beijing, and one in Shenzhen.
The hotel's rooms have a variety of interior layouts, and may include bunk beds or traditional Tatami straw floor coverings.
“We select mattresses based on the research of sleep and posture, provide towels with a soft feeling of textile, and arrange lighting devices which induce natural and high-quality sleep,” says the brand.
To maximize space in the kids' room, Thomas used a bunk and trundle full bed that fits adults as well as children. The beds are topped with organic checked sheets from Pottery Barn Kids and alpaca teddy bears from The Little Market. A Justina Blakeney wall hangings adds a pop of texture. “I wanted the room to be kid friendly but adult appropriate—so I kept the color palette neutral and chose pieces that would work for any guest, like this cute night stand, modern book shelf, and minimalistic reading lights (the Stella Sconce by Mitzi).”
The design focus was on reducing separation between indoors and out, as each cabin is essentially one interior room with strategically placed windows to access views while maintaining privacy.
The hand-sculpted light sconces are by artist Justin James.
The master bedroom features a Pedro Useche coat rack and an Eames chair.
"It needed cosmetic love to bring back its former glory," the firm said of the home. "It needed better lighting, some key furniture pieces, and better and stronger colors to offset the interiors in their lush green garden setting." The bedrooms received new cork floors as well.
An Alvar Aalto stool serves as a side table in the bedroom. The north-facing window brings in ample natural light.
Complete with not one, but two Juliette balconies, the Soleil room opens to the smells and sights of the garden below, looking out onto the Pacific Ocean.
A large picture window in premium room La Vue frames ocean views from sunrise to sunset.
Instead of televisions, rooms are outfitted with vinyl record players and a curated music collection.
The lighting fixture from Noevara.
A bedroom in "Baller Jawn." The custom bed is by Farmhaus Modern. The striped blanket is from Thom Roland, and the printed pillows are by Flax and Symbol.
Oak wood features in the parquet floor, the attic support structure, and some of the furniture.
The second bedroom looks out over the brick patio and entry.
The cabinets in the bedrooms and hallway are built from teak.
Anchored by a vintage Thonet cantilever chair, the master bedroom is filled with natural light and views of the outdoors.
The commodious master bedroom.
On the other side of the living room lies a warm and cozy bedroom, complete with a fireplace of its own. A wall of built-ins provides plentiful storage.
Factory windows and high ceilings give the space a cool industrial feel.
One of the mansion's 10 bedrooms.
Bolé Road Textiles are designed in Brooklyn and ethically crafted in Ethiopia, and come in a range of bold colors, complex geometric prints, and simpler graphic textiles.
The one bedroom.
Sandy’s bedroom is a dramatically updated version of the cramped attic that once occupied 
the structure. The chair is vintage, the rug is from Morocco, and the ceramic sculpture on the sill of the half-moon window is by Daniel Reynolds. A wire cage envelops the chimney for safety.

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.