1338 Bedroom Night Stands Design Photos And Ideas - Page 4

The renovated studio/pool house in the backyard features a bedroom, a kitchenette, and a bathroom. The bedside lighting is from Apparatus, and the Robusto cement floor tiles are from Clé. The tone-on-tone painting is by Trevor Paglen.
The master bedroom has become the ultimate haven with a clean concrete base, warm wooden flooring, matching built-in shelves, and access to the garden.
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.
Bookshelves continue upstairs into the lofted sleeping area.
The upper bedroom opens onto a grassy balcony that’s protected by a cantilevered roof.
Most of the furniture in the home are Cornuelle’s vintage finds.
The second bedroom features a built-in bookshelf which was added during the renovation.
The glossy tile extends into the en suite bathroom.
The master suite connects to the rest of the apartment via an open walkway. “The suite stays permanently integrated with the living room, increasing window openings and, consequently, the natural lighting and ventilation,” says the firm. Bright blue Colortil tile covers the room—including the mattress platform—and sets it apart from the rest of the home.
The other bedroom suite features wood walls and a closet wrapped in porcelain tile that looks like marble.
The master bedroom, with its photography-laden walls, feels like a petite art gallery.
The master bedroom provides peaceful views of the Long Island Sound and includes a king bed, designed by Rottet herself, outfitted with Restoration Hardware linen and a funky skylight—which accommodates a tropical tree.
An angular window lets occupants in the bed look into the treetops.
Add/Subtract House by Matt Fajkus Architecture | Photo by Charles Davis Smith
Here, a look at another one of the home's three bedrooms. This one offers direct access to the wrap-around deck.
Located on the upper floor, stacked above the main living spaces, each sleeping room has its own exquisite views of the surrounding hills.
The play of color moves across the room depending on the time of day. The vanity table on the right, also designed by Edwards Anker, has a shape inspired by melting snow and icicles, and the steel Crystallized Chair also catches and reflects light.
Guest rooms feature 11-foot-ceilings, private terraces, and Scandinavian-fumed oak plank floors. Creative director Anda Andrei worked with Bonetti/Kozerski Architecture on the interiors, bringing to life the vision of a hideaway in the sky.
The master bedroom includes tall vaulted ceilings, a slate bed frame, teak nightstands, and two comfy swivel chairs.
"We wanted to create a master bedroom separated from the entry hallway and oriented to the view and fireplace," says the firm. The view through the door is of the new office.
Visiting a Manhattan apartment designed by Tim Seggerman is like sitting inside one of Nakashima’s cabinets, a metaphor realized most fully in an ingenious "library"—really a glorified cubby with a banded maple ceiling, conjured from a free space adjacent to the loft bed.
Large operable walls of glass open the master bedroom up to an outdoor deck. The client's bed is equipped with casters to allow it to roll in and out onto the deck.
The bathroom vanity has the same gray birch veneer as the downstairs kitchen island.
A 2009 neon piece by Adair hangs over the bed. "The design of the house doesn’t inform my work, but perhaps gives me a supporting space to hang artwork or visualize the clean spaces that I intend my work to hang in," says Adair. "As an artist, to have clean lines and white walls with natural light is a dream to test hang work."
The master bedroom accesses a private, secluded courtyard.
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.
The Yucca Room sit son the lower level with one king bed, one bathroom, fireplace, and a private patio.
Jonathan Adler side tables add a touch of whimsy in the Cholla Room.
Ocotillo Suite is split level with one king bed, one queen bed, a living room and fireplace, and bathroom.
In total, the penthouse features 11 bedrooms, all of which include adjoining bathrooms.
A look at one of four double-height bedrooms in the tallest structure. Each one comes with a “tapanco,” or loft, for sleeping or reading.
The sleeping loft accommodates a queen-size bed. Original artworks by MSusan are double-sided and help to separate the space from the other areas of the home.
The master bedroom was created by combining two existing smaller bedrooms. One side of the room is wrapped in mahogany wood while the other opens up to a private courtyard and pool. Period-appropriate Nelson sconces flank the custom, built-in motorized bed.
"We always like to do a mix in terms of color palette and textures, so adding in some pastels like the lighter peachy colors and more naturals makes the yellow pop and adds a bit of balance," Rebecca says. Furthermore, by removing the ceiling and flooring and painting the room white, the Raskinds immediately made large improvements to this master suite. They punched in new windows and finished the room with the MBH Thomas Bed in White Linen.
Wooden beams delicately span a gabled ceiling in the guest bedroom.
The wood paneling in the master bedroom is original as is the tongue and groove ceiling. The master is the only room in the house without a connection to the outdoors.
The Superior Fattoria rooms also aim to blend classic and contemporary design.
Hesselbrand, "concealed the necessities required in a modern hotel without jeopardizing the  simplicity and spaciousness of the existing building."
The decor is a mix of antique and custom pieces.
The Large Superior Fattoria rooms feature oak floors and wood paneling, which the architects developed with local artisans.
Two West Elm Pelle Sconces flank the Brayden Studio Horsham Platform Bed, while the sliding doors now reveal views to the restored backyard.
The firm relocated the master bedroom to foster privacy, and it is joined by an en-suite bathroom and private study, seen down the hallway. "Black Laminate was used as the finish for the wall paneling, and provided concealed storage behind the master bed," says the firm. "This black laminate continues around all exterior surfaces of the master en-suite, powder room, and study joinery, to form a ‘black pod’ of sorts."
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.
The bed also overlooks the new exterior courtyard via floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors measuring 4.8 meters wide (or almost 16 feet).
The master bedroom occupies prime real estate in the home, with an entire wall of glass that turns the corner and leads to the lap pool on the deck. Sunlight is filtered at the clerestory level with wood battens and roll-down shades at the lower level.
Done up in blue, the bedroom is accentuated by local artwork.
The peaceful master bedroom feels secluded, but stays connected with the tree canopy.
Janette’s airy top-floor suite is furnished with a custom bed and night tables from B&B Italia. The Fleetwood sliders on all three levels were trimmed in aluminum to reflect changing light.
The bed in the master suite, which features views of the verdant surroundings, is dressed with white linens. The bedside tray table by Cult Design is from Hay.
A Silhouette pendant by Ross Gardam hangs in the bedroom. The linens are from Cultiver, and the black throw pillows are from Figgoscope Curates. The alarm clock is by George Nelson for Vitra, and the resin objects by Emma Davies.
A view of the minimalist master bedroom.
The main bedroom has Douglas fir rafters.
Sconces by George Nelson flank Jessy and Steve’s tk bed. The flooring is made of polished concrete.
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Floor-to-ceiling windows open the master bedroom to panoramic views. Flanking a bed from Living Divani are bedside tables and lamps from Originals Furniture Singapore. The flooring is stained oak.
The coffee table is by Isamu Noguchi for Herman Miller.

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.