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Agate Pass Cabin | Artwork: Scott Fife creates his three-dimensional work out of sheet rock, metal screws, cardboard and sheetrock mud. 'Big Ed' is a larger-than-life bust of the Spokane-born artist Ed Kienholz.
Agate Pass Cabin | View from bedroom loft to Agate Passage | Jib Light designed by Jamie Slagel, an associate at Olson Kundig | Artwork: Scott Fife creates his three-dimensional work out of sheet rock, metal screws, cardboard and sheetrock mud. 'Big Ed' is a larger-than-life bust of the Spokane-born artist Ed Kienholz.
Agate Pass Cabin | Windows located high and low provide views to the garden below, the treetops and sky above | In 1955, while filming on location, director Billy Wilder discovered he could take quick naps on a plank held up by sawhorses. This prompted Wilder to tell his friends Charles and Ray Eames that he needed a narrow office couch. The Eames’ remembered that conversation and in 1968 introduced the Eames chaise, giving the first one to Wilder. Produced by Herman Miller, this piece was manufactured in the 1960s.
The Kite Suite
The detached guest house is a spacious one-bedroom retreat, complete with a fully equipped kitchen and bathroom.
The home features a classic two-bedroom, two-bathroom floor plan.
On the upper level is a corridor with a studio, library, and gallery that leads to the ensuite master bedroom.
The revamp also comprised of reworking the layout of the master suite. However, the windows and original wood ceilings were maintained for warmth and light.
Jeff Schlarb calls the master bedroom "Ten Thousand Dreams" for its ability to "allow dreams to flourish. For this room we aimed to create a retreat in the home—a space for romance, abundance and comfort."
The wood beams were in poor condition and needed to be cleaned up and treated with oil.
Another big architectural move was to redefine the unfortunate layout of the upstairs master suite. Yun moved the bedroom to one side and put the bathroom behind a wall.  The purple-blue tiles around the fireplace were designed by one of the owners and represent clocks with different hours—a reference to how watching the fire can be the best way to pass the time.
The lower level bedroom.
All the bedrooms have small balconies.
One of the bedrooms.
The principle bedroom also enjoys views of the water.
The owners originally wanted a king-sized bed, but that was too large. So Oliver and Prasse made a custom one that was as big as it could be. The pocket door to the room gives them privacy from guests and their dogs, when needed.
In the bed nook, a pull-out sofa was swapped out for a mattress decked out in neutral and textural linens, as well as a built-in nightstand.
A bedroom/living room includes a sofa-bed, a small side table, and some arched-shaped closet space.
Wood paneling and a platform bed was a perfect solution for fitting a king-sized bed into a small space.
The two bedrooms were made to be equally simplistic, with just enough to feel comfortable.
A vintage red Italian pendant hangs overhead. The painting at the top of the stairs is by Barbara Johnson. “Having paintings in the house gives a wonderful sense of fantasy,” says Michael. “They enrich the house without competing with the beach.”
The sun-filled second story, which serves as the master bedroom and lounge, is pierced by a metal chimney. The Fusion bed by Zeitraum is flanked by nightstands by Robert Kuo and lamps by Cedric Hartman from the 1960s. A custom Moroccan rug covers the floor. A pair of refinished midcentury Danish chairs sit beside a Hans Wegner chest.
In the bedroom, full height glazing allows natural light to fall deep into the apartment.  Elegant, white curtains provide privacy as needed, well matching the surrounding wall colors.
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Bedroom views.
Glass walls are fitted on two sides of the master bedroom.
The home sold to Presley for $400,000 in 1967, the same year he married Priscilla Presley. The couple also welcomed Lisa Marie into the world while living in the home, where they would reside for six years.
The architects created a principle suite by connecting an adjacent bathroom via pocket doors. A skylight in the bathroom ensures natural light flows throughout.
One of the upstairs bedrooms.
Grant painted the master bedroom and the rest of the interior Alabaster by Resene. For big jobs, like framing the walls, they relied on Langsford Construction.
The throw blanket on the bed is from Seljak Brand, a company that produces recycled wool blankets from offcuts to encourage zero waste.
A minimalist aesthetic is evident in the bedroom.
One of the three bedrooms emotes a comfortable, relaxing feel with plush textiles and bedding. Again, full-height glazing brings the outdoor sunshine in.
Another bedroom view.
The bedroom view.
A peek at one of the bedrooms that looks out to the courtyard.
This light blue bedroom was inspired by the home's coastal location.
Two bedrooms and a full bath are located on the main floor, with the master bedroom suite on the second level.
The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and a large walk in closet.
A closer look at one of the bedrooms.
The fitness room and the master bedroom lead out to a veranda, which the owners can use to access the pool.
Similar to the open spaces, the sleeping quarters have operable, sliding glass doors and clerestory windows allow the tropical air to freely pass between the exterior and interior.
The bedrooms were made to be as flexible as possible, while still feeling comfortable. The throw at the end of the bed is sourced from Zigzag Zurich.
A few simple pieces of artwork can tie a room together without a huge cost.
Throw pillows are like the costume jewelry of a bedroom—they put on the finishing touches to a space and help provide a pop of color, yet they can easily be switched out when a trend is no longer in style.
The black lacquer finish used in the common area was repeated in a headboard for the master bedroom.
It also features an ensuite bathroom.
The master bedroom overlooks

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.