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In the Alabaster Suite, an unpainted portion of the floor acts like a "shadow" of the past.
Birched plywood shelving was installed in the loft bedroom.
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.
The pine ceiling was removed, and wall-to-wall carpeting installed underneath a Rejuvenation bed. A former built-in home office in the adjacent hallway was retrofitted to accommodate a row of closets.
Drape them over your couch, the foot of your bed, or your shoulders as you work from home—these throw blankets are as versatile as they are cozy.
Now, the guest bedroom has its own bathroom and entry. Built-in storage provides plenty of closet space, as well as a workspace.
The master bedroom enjoys ocean views, with plantings providing a sense of lushness and a touch of privacy screening.
Bailey better utilized the space in this bedroom by designing a built-in bunkbed and storage. There’s also a queen mattress, making it fit for a family.
A wide hallway separates the main living spaces from the bedroom wing. Here is a look at the elegant master bedroom, which features direct access to the eastern portion of the outdoor terraces. A spacious dressing room is also included.
Porter reconfigured the space to make room for a nearby art studio, and the siting of the bed now enjoys lake views.
The unit's one bedroom offers a full-width window allowing in natural light.
The master suite is enclosed with a glass wall on one side. The glass wall is a sound barrier, yet also admits light from the exterior windows when desired.
A peek at the spacious bedroom. The unit's bathroom offers a jetted tub and separate shower.
In total, the home includes four bedrooms, all of which benefit from the home's many windows. A leaded glass window above the headboard originally looked down into the living room.
The master suite is located on the third floor and features an elegant black marble fireplace, as well as a luxurious bathroom with a steam shower. Shown here, the light and airy fourth floor features another two of the home's five bedrooms, in addition to a huge loft-like second living space that's complete with its own kitchenette and bath.
Exposed wood finishes continue into the bedrooms. Large, sliding doors frame picturesque views of the forest waiting outside.
Echoing the living room's color palette, the guest bedroom features a mix of Benjamin Moore "Mozart Blue" and "Heavenly Blue."
Rustic wood beams and a painted green arch create a soothing background for the master bedroom. Here, like the guest room, the bed is from Inmod.
In an opposite corner of the apartment, the master suite offers floor-to-ceiling windows along two sides, as well as direct access to a private section of the terrace. The bright space also includes not one but two full bathrooms.
In total, the penthouse features 11 bedrooms, all of which include adjoining bathrooms.
The expansive bedroom features dark hardwood floors that contrast with the crisp, white ceiling and columns. Darker hues of green, blue, and gray add to the palette.
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Parachute established itself as a contemporary home goods company with products like their linen bedding made of European flax.
The family level includes a spacious master suite with its own balcony, multiple dressing rooms with generous closet space, as well as dual en suite master baths. Two additional bedroom suites and a wet bar are also located on this floor.
In the Yabu and Pushelberg-designed bedrooms, rolls of wax-dipped canvas replace traditional headboards, and a muted color palette creates a cozy, nostalgic retreat. “There's a sort of Father Knows Best honesty to the rooms, a sweetness that makes you think of childhood, and of comfort,” says Glenn Pushelberg. Smart, space-saving solutions include under-bed storage and a peg wall on which hangs a writing desk and a fold-up chair.
In total, the home has four bedrooms and three baths.
The holiday rental can comfortably accommodate four to six people—or eight if four are children.
Carter's wife Fiona crafted a woven plant holder for above the bed.
The residence has four bedrooms, all of which have been meticulously renovated.
The master suite is a restful retreat, featuring an extensive window wall as well as beautifully restored hardwood and original paneling.
Stucco was used on the east- and west-facing walls to shield the home from the penetrating sun.
Via Media Residence by Matt Fajkus Architecture | Photo by Leonid Furmansky
Downstairs, the remodeled master bedroom has an ensuite bath and direct access to the outdoors.
The master bedroom opens onto a semicovered outdoor patio, shared with the adjacent bunk room. “In its minimum scale, the house rises by its own will, but also integrates itself respectfully with its surroundings, both natural and human-built,” said the firm.
Pine wood paneling wraps the walls and ceiling of the master bedroom.
One of the other three bedrooms.
The master suite has a spa-like bath and a walk-in closet.
The cedar paneling continues into the master bedroom.
Thomas creates a thoughtful vignette on the guest room nightstand.
One of Thomas’s favorite color combinations from the ’40s was rust and pink, which she used in the guest bedroom. "I would not have thought of painting a room red (we’ve all seen that Sex and the City episode), but when I saw the sample of Spice of Life by Dunn Edwards, I was really surprised," she says. "It’s rich, and almost like a mood ring—it changes in depth and hue based on the time of day and what’s next to it."
The blue-and-white "Porcelain" room features a canopy bed and a mix of velvet, brass, and wood.
Light, ethereal tones dominate the "Sugarcane" room, which showcases elegant details including handmade tassels adorning the wardrobe's doors.
The "Suleiman" room, on the ground floor, nods to African-inspired design through touches like the traditional woven baskets peppering the expansive bookshelves.
One of the bedrooms sporting a navy-centric palette.
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A fresh coat of paint, a new light fixture, and updated decor make all the difference. Julia placed a West Elm Mod Upholstered bed set over a Loloi Rugs Porcia PB-07 rug from Hayneedle. The bedroom is adorned with a Motion Lines 3 print from Anthropologie and worn velvet curtains from West Elm.
To create this accent wall, Rose measured and cut each piece of wood at 30 and 60 degree angles, nailed them into the wall, caulked, and spray painted. This cost her a total of $20. The bed frame, she snagged from Ikea (Kopardal). Bedding is Nate Berkus from Target, and the throw is Opalhouse from Target.
One of the other four bedrooms.
Pobar's Senreve bag is her go-to for carrying all her necessities, including her camera.
The bedroom is simple, but full of texture and stylish accents, including a Shigouri bed in maple.
Upon waking, guests will be treated to a Parisian breakfast in bed.
The pop-up suite includes a large, comfortable bed for two.
All units at Palm Canyon Mobile Club tout indoor/outdoor living.
Newer floor plans feature two bedrooms at either end of the home, resulting in separate wings. The larger, two-bedroom models will set you back around $225,000.
“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.
The master suite sold the couple on the cabin. “Tucked upstairs, it has soaring A-frame ceilings and a vintage wood-burning fireplace. There’s a roomy balcony that had me daydreaming about cups of cocoa at tree height during the wintertime.” To modernize the space, she added Room & Board furniture, a cozy Saatva Plush Soft mattress (that she raves about), bedding by Parachute Home, and a rug from Coco Carpets to anchor the room. A large, abstract painting by Sabina Yannone carries the color palette through the front of the room.

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.