170 Bedroom Shelves Bed Design Photos And Ideas

Master Bedroom
Downstairs bedroom and lounge area
Downstairs master bedroom
The "Little Space" was seen as the overlap between two bigger, existing spaces—the fenced garden and the garage/workshop and can extend into both.
The bedroom on the upper level features a strategically placed window that frames vistas of the mountains and beyond.
A volume containing a bathroom and cloakroom was built within the master bedroom.
The second staircase is skinnier and sandwiched between the bed and window.
The movable bed rises up towards the ceiling to reveal a hidden jacuzzi below.
Floor-to-ceiling sliding panels divide the master bedroom from the living room. The sliding wall cladded in cedar is integrated into the casework, and hides the television when not in use.
Wein House - Besonías Almeida arquitectos
The bedroom
To the north of the "great room" is a second bedroom, which has a wall of closets and drawers clad in oak millwork.
The bedroom is predominately oak with a custom-designed bed and nightstand. The lighting in this room is also by Sangaré.
On the upper floor, the peaked roof form is revealed. A built-in headboard provides some separation between the functional spaces within the suite.
In the guest cabin, a sliding wall of glass opens the bedroom up to views of the forest.
A bedroom occupies the top of each tower; a ladder leads to a sleeping nook and an east-facing window seat in the Sunrise suite.
The children's bedroom with a pullout storage area.
A warm and simple bedroom with an ensuite bathroom.
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).
The copper-covered volume proceeds to the second floor, where it forms a storage wall in Sherman’s home office
Thanks to the cleverly designed layout, they can witness the changes of seasons from anywhere in their home.
The second bedroom, located on a lower level, includes a handmade queen bed nestled between walls that have been built from original sandstone and lined with timber.
Custom casework, master bedroom
Key to the space-efficient floor plan is a strategically placed set of recessed areas, includingthe sleeping nook and writing desk.
The bedroom is enclosed with a glass wall. A blackout curtain can be drawn closed for privacy. An IKEA cabinet and white lacquered shelves help to provide plenty of closet space.
A mattress bed sits atop the seven steps in Michael Pozner’s just-under-500-square-foot abode in Greenwich Village.
The sleeping loft is accessed via a library ladder, with clerestory windows added to keep the space from feeling claustrophobic.
A Murphy bed transforms office into a guest room.
Architect Bruce Bolander made the most of a limited footprint in a house he designed in a Malibu canyon. With the small bedroom unable to accommodate any "normal" size desk, the architect designed a very thin custom steel desk where resident Heidi Wright works. The floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors from Metal Window Corporation open the entire corner of the room up to the outdoors. “The mountains across the way are almost like another wall—they contain the space to the point that you feel like you’re in a much bigger space, that you’re part of the overall landscape,” says Bolander. Photo by J Bennett Fitts.
A “space cube”, made of Fenix NTM's matte nanotech material combined with warm oak serves as sleeping nook and storage.
A long window frames panoramic views of the setting beyond.
Fuss-free aesthetics continue into the master bedroom, where a sloped roof with concrete paint hides the ceiling beam.
Working with a limited budget and material palette, the architects thoughtfully designed the home and aimed to do more with less.
The summit of Maungawhau (Mt Eden) can be seen from the master bedroom and the timber-decked terrace that occupies part of the ground-floor roof.
The 3D-printed pink Picoroco lamp serves as a night lamp.
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The principle bedroom also enjoys views of the water.
In the sleeping loft, floor-to-ceiling windows overlook a canopy of trees.
Another bedroom view.
Above the bathroom is a cozy sleeping loft with a double bed. This space, along with the lofted lounge above the dining area can be accessed with a moveable ladder.
Each hut consists of two bedrooms with double beds, a small alcove, bathroom, shower, and small kitchen. Stinessen made sure to provide enough built-in storage for visitors, while also keeping the surfaces natural and raw.
Master Bedroom
The rock ledge provides natural privacy from the street and ensconces occupants in the site's beauty.
The principle bedroom windows embrace the sandstone rock face. A sloped glass roof shields rain.
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Built-in concrete shelves in one of the guest bedrooms.
One of the two bedrooms on the ground floor.
The master bedroom, with calming grey paintwork and welsh blanket and cushions by Melin Tregwynt.
The calming grey colour scheme continues in the guest bedroom. Cushions by Eleanor Pritchard.

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