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This bedroom features a beautifully tiled bathroom.
The bed occupies a cozy alcove.
Inside the cottage are two bedrooms that have been updated with crisp white paint, new linens, and light fixtures.
Thanks to the three glazed doors, it is now possible to see the peaceful pond and woodland from the bedroom in the master suite, which is housed in the new extension. With its simple, sloped roof, this part of the house has the form of an agricultural barn. To elongate the ceiling height, the doors finish above the blonde wood panelling.
The updated master bedroom includes new crown molding. The former closet was removed where the left nightstand is now located; the closet door was reused for the family room on the ground floor.
Aside from the master bedroom, there are three additional bedrooms in the house. Gurney and his team used glass throughout to carry light into the home. A Copenhagen nightstand supports a Brazo table lamp in this third-floor guest room.
The apartment’s most striking feature is a custom wall and ceiling mural by Calico Wallpaper, inspired by Vancouver’s Stanley Park. The Asher bed is by Rove Concepts, the sconces are Pearl Modern Wall Sculpture by Cedar & Moss, and the bedside tables are from Crate & Barrel. A mohair throw by Bronte Moon falls across Frette linens.
To the south of the "great room" is a spacious master bedroom with a king-size bed.
The new addition features polished concrete floors throughout.
The couple wanted to give the space a modern, loft-like feeling. So, we added an internal window in the upstairs bedroom that overlooks the downstairs space, which lets in sunlight that floods through the double-height window in the living area. Still, they wanted to retain a moody vibe, so we used a grey textured wall covering throughout.
A look at the master bedroom, which unlike the other rooms in the home, features Ipe wood for both the ceiling and walls.
Inside, Metropolitan armchairs by B&B Italia and Artek stools flank a Morsø stove. The Flor rug tiles are arranged in a custom pattern.
A close-up of the nightstand and another piece from Sangaré’s UNITÉ lighting collection.
The bedroom is predominately oak with a custom-designed bed and nightstand. The lighting in this room is also by Sangaré.
Exposed brick walls can be seen in the Premium King Suite, which overlooks views of Magazine Street.
The bedrooms maintain the same look as the rest of the home with the use of plywood with black accents.
Zee's bedroom is filled with her hat collection as well as a wood knot from Katie Gong, the most represented of artists in her space, and hanging bells from Mudpuppy Ceramic Studio.
The living area is appointed with small, efficient furnishings, including a rolling tray table by Hans Bolling and a Diplomat Sleeper Sofa by Blu Dot (a second one is situated opposite the Murphy bed).
Reflecting the client and what is most important to them:  a calm, refined composition that belies its more complex nature – perfectly suited to the writer in residence.
master bedroom with large foldable bed, redesigned based on historic photographs
The master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom is also located on the access level.
The custom built-in bed and bedside tables are from ABD Studio. The art above the bed was commissioned from James Surls.
The master bedroom contains a custom-made platform bed with a simple white oak headboard. While sitting in bed, the homeowner can look directly out to the balcony and the valley beyond.
The light-up pegs can also be docked in a wall in the bedroom and used as sconces.
A scalloped bench by Alma Allen rests at the foot of the bed in the master bedroom.
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.
Plush Casper Beds, white linens, and cozy touches can be found in all the Airstreams.
A bedroom that looks out to canyon views.
Now coated with Behr's Silver City and boasting new flooring and furniture, the master bedroom is much brighter and airier, but Ashley has big plans in place, including removing the door to the kitchen and adding a door to the backyard.
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.
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.
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.
Wood paneling and a platform bed was a perfect solution for fitting a king-sized bed into a small space.
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.
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Glass walls are fitted on two sides of the master bedroom.
The bedroom view.
All of the existing windows were replaced with newer versions by the company that did the originals, Arcadia. The master bedroom and bathroom are located where the kitchen and dining area once were. The floating bed is by TemaHome and the Mirror Ball pendant is by Tom Dixon.
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.
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.
The master bedroom opens to the terrace and a stunning view.
The wood-burning fireplace.
The Bunk Room, located on the first floor, has direct pool access.  Custom built in bunk beds provide the perfect accommodations for a group of friends.
Three-hundred thread count sheets provide a good night's sleep, while rain showers and Grapefruit Sage products from the onsite spa contribute to a pampered experience.
A variety of guest bedrooms fill the top three floors, in a configuration that closely matches the original plan of the hotel.
A guest bedroom that's partially submerged in the dunes.

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.