118 Bedroom Chair Bed Concrete Floors Design Photos And Ideas

The yellow chairs are vintage pieces from Cynthia’s family.
There’s a one-foot level change down to the primary bedroom, which is Shaker in spirit. Instead of closets, each bedroom has a set of deep, built-in drawers. “The architects kept us to our word that the house is meant for short-term stays,” the husband says. Lachapelle sourced the Ethnicraft bed and side table from Fiore Home in Portland, Maine, and the vintage velvet Ligne Roset chair from the Brimfield Antique Market.
The third-level bedroom is also spare, drawing attention to the picturesque greenery outside.
The principal bedroom faces views of the front garden.
The east side of the house—the secondary residence—is set back from the master bedroom in the primary residence so that it has direct sunrise views through corner glazing.
The guest bedroom is tucked away on the ground floor, separating it from the family bedrooms on the first floor and offering privacy.
In keeping with the minimal-yet-whimsical aesthetic, a Floyd platform bed takes center stage with a Coyuchi percale duvet and sheets in blush and ginger. Flanking either side are EQ3 Marcel Nightstands from AllModern.
A guest room off the kitchen provides shared light to both spaces.
The master suite has a northerly aspect through staggered windows that cleverly frame or obstruct views. This is the most private of the three pavilions.
The white palette brings tranquility into the master bedroom. The loftiness of the ceiling continues here, with highlighted beams to continue the industrial aesthetic.
Lago Vista by Dick Clark + Associates
Like all the interior rooms, the furniture elements in the master bedroom have been built into the architecture, making efficient use of the compact space.
Glass walls and a concrete deck connect the guesthouse to Sonoma’s lush landscape.
Sunlight pours through glass walls and washes over the interior's smooth, poured-in-place concrete walls, floors, and ceiling.
The master bedroom features a Nakashima bed, bench, and coffee table with a Lauki bedside table.
Concrete blocks are "very cheap and easy to build with in these small geometries," says João Paulo.
A lime green-painted concrete floor makes for a vibrant bedroom.
The ceiling is exposed corrugated metal salvaged from the old house’s pitched roof and reused as decking for the concrete slab overhead. The space also features a Jessie Velvet armchair from Altea Design, a Dune pouf by Kare Design, and a Quinn wool rug from Crate & Barrel. Outside, a hammock beckons.
Eric Trine of Amigo Modern designed the lounge chairs outside the tents. The fire pits are by Stahl.
The bedroom also features a built-in desk nook and a fireplace.
A peek inside the master suite, which has its own entrance to the landscaped backyard.
The holiday rental can comfortably accommodate four to six people—or eight if four are children.
This is the original master bedroom. The teak barn door is similar to the one in the new master bedroom.
Inside Coppin Street Apartments, MUSK Architecture Studio used flexible floor plans with large sliding doors to demarcate living and sleeping zones.
Windows are carefully located in the bedroom to take advantage of the views of the landscape beyond.
This bedroom features a built-in double desk.
The materials for the golden drapes and cream-colored bedspreads were selected by Mrs. Wright and were used in all four bedrooms.
“Unlike other homes designed by Wright, the top of the gable is raked inward to allow for more natural light at the top of the room,” says the firm.
A cozy and comfortable guest bedroom is key to making sure guests feel welcome in your home.
The interior of the guest cottage.
Open doors lead to a ledge that lets occupants feel as though they are hovering over the property.
The “private” building has three bedrooms, with the emphasis given to the positioning of the master suite.
In the summer, the deep roof overhangs shade the two upstairs bedrooms, while also letting in enough sunlight to penetrate the interior in the winter.
Floor-to-ceiling slatted wooden shutters flood the rooms with natural light.
All of the carpentry and balcony steel work were constructed by local craftsmen.
A view of the sleeping quarters from the courtyard.
A study area with a lofted bed.
The Massaro House main residence includes three bedrooms.
The master bedroom overlooks panoramic views of the lake.
Factory windows and high ceilings give the space a cool industrial feel.
Oak built-ins provide functional storage and separation between the adjoined bedrooms on the main floor. A large pocket door combines or separates the two sleeping quarters.
The home once held three bedrooms, but previous owners removed the wall that separated two of them. The adjacent space now hosts a Joybird couch with a pull-out bed, and a workspace, and it can be separated by a curtain for privacy.
The bed is flanked by two staircases, one of which is hidden behind a white curtain. Hidden storage is integrated into the stair design.
A bedroom with matching built-ins.
The home has three bedrooms and three baths. This bedroom features full-height doors leading to an outdoor terrace.
A fence made of concrete masonry units and wood provides Mike and Dana with a secluded outdoor space that they can access from their bedroom.
Concrete walls, a plywood ceiling, and built-in wood furnishings create sleek, minimal sleeping quarters. A plywood headboard is adorned with modern black sconces.
The corrugated metal walls carry inside at special moments, such as in the master bedroom.
The ensuite master bedroom has a wrap-around wardrobe.
A wall of glass provides unbelievable views of the surroundings.
Rustic concrete provides the perfect backdrop to the landscape.
Seen here, Tu Casa is decked out in stylish, second-hand finds, bright pink pillows from Collectivo, and lighting from Schoolhouse Electric, including the Isaac and Satellite Sconces.

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