387 Bedroom Night Stands Design Photos And Ideas - Page 3

Designed for privacy, the master suite features giant sectional sliding doors and windows along with a unique geometric curved layout.
A tub zone lined in redwood connects to the master bedroom, which is furnished with a vintage Sergio Rodrigues lounge chair and Voyage Immobile seats from Roche Bobois.
master bedroom
The master bedroom leads to its own private courtyard. The rug is from Peace Industry; the Kelvin LED floor lamp for Flos is from Lumens. Photo by Coral von Zumwalt.
Windows and sliding doors open the space to the environment and provide natural ventilation.  An Eames lounge in the bedroom provides a place for the residents to kick their feet up.
Light streams into the bedroom through walls of floor-to-ceiling glass. The windows are triple-glazed, creating a tight, eco-friendly seal.
The master bedroom occupies a private space on the top floor.
In the master suite, a painting by Eric Freeman hangs over a West Elm bed.
In the bedroom, a 1930s painting by French artist Louis Parrens hangs above a vintage nightstand with a Lampe Gras light, designed in 1921 by Bernard-Albin Gras. The bed is dressed with Merci linens.
Master bedroom
In the bedroom, a Kurt Lightner print hangs over the bed, which is covered with Hay’s Mega Dot blanket and graphic pillows designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn.
To create more storage and make the small bedroom feel larger, they purchased an Ikea wardrobe with mirrored doors. The clothing rack across from the bed is from HAY.
Nine-foot ceilings, white walls, and IKEA furniture define the bedroom, located at the back of the container.
The Lofthaven tree house by ArtisTree
The Willow & Juniper tree house by ArtisTree
The master bedroom’s clerestory window provides morning light while allowing for privacy from the neighbors. The Siena bed is by Naoto Fukasawa for B&B Italia, the side table is Room & Board, and the globe light is vintage. The windows are by Fleetwood and the doors by Bonelli.
Exposed boards that were salvaged from the original apartment were installed into the master bedroom. They provide a rustic atmosphere, enhanced by the addition of DIY industrial lighting. The bedding, curtains, and bedside tables are all from IKEA.
“Being your own client is very difficult, and different from the standard process—you get to be more experimental.”—Andrew Simpson, architect and resident
Architect Michael Ferguson of SPACE International led the renovation of the 1950s bungalow, as well as the addition of a second floor, which he set back from the street to keep the home at scale with its neighboring structures.
The formply used to line the black interior creates a “small, inky bubble of space,” Cheshire says. “It’s incredibly calm and quiet as a consequence.” His firm designed the built-in bed and cabinetry. The two Type 75 lamps are by Kenneth Grange for Anglepoise, and the Chair 65 is by Alvar Aalto.
The bed and side table in the master bedroom are from Loaf. In the adjacent bathroom, an antique mirror hangs above a Duravit sink. “There’s a slight Arts and Crafts feel to it,” says Marston of the house.
In the master bedroom, the rocking chair is by Thonet and the bespoke rug is by Armadillo & Co.
Sloped ceilings, covered with stained Western red cedar, add warmth to the interior (bottom). “We set out to design using the best of what modernism has to offer, but to try to execute that in a way that is livable and home-like,” says architect Jonathan Feldman. The bedroom contains an A. Rudin bed and a Beau chair from Room & Board. It opens onto a deck with an aluminum awning
The house is well-equipped for guests, with multiple sleeping areas. The main guest room features a custom reclaimed oak bed by BenchCraft and a Callan chair from Room & Board.
Lange’s predilection for vintage design punctuates the space. The office level includes a cozy guest room with a mid-century Heywood Wakefield-esque dresser serving as a bedside table.
In addition to an ensuite main bedroom, the mezzanine floor sleeps two in a cozy sleeping nook.
External shutters and screens allow the homeowners to manage the sunlight and cross ventilation in certain rooms. Manos Mavridis, also of OLA Studio, explains, “There was a preference for the screens to be manually operated to minimize ongoing maintenance costs and encourage user engagement with their environment."
In the master bedroom, expanses of white and peach paint play against the geometric lines of an inlaid-bone nightstand from Anthropologie. The traditional four-poster bed is from West Elm; the brass Cedar & Moss sconce is from Rejuvenation.
A white Alba armoire by Pinch stands next to the brand’s Iona cheval mirror in a second-floor bedroom. The Moroccan rug was found in Paris; the Malm bed from IKEA was a budget buy.
The guest bedrooms feature lighting by Jonathan Adler, including a Horse table lamp in the downstairs unit and an Antwerp pendant upstairs.
A custom lacquered-wood headboard with built-in task lights by MLE complements a Pianca bed in the master bedroom. An IC Lights T lamp by Michael Anastassiades for Flos offers additional illumination.

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.

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