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A vertical Murphy bed fits perfectly into a narrow space in this triangular apartment.
Here, the cleverly planned living area may look small, but can sleep as many as four guests on two sleep sofas and a double Murphy bed on the other side of the partition.
La Vinya, PGA Golf Resort | Studio RHE
La Vinya, PGA Golf Resort | Studio RHE
A raised platform allows for understairs storage.
The Ex of In House bedroom.
The bedroom is located on a mezzanine just below the roof of the church. The minimal decor and simple arrangement of the room reflect the client’s modest tastes. The small pewter spotlights and pendant by Holloways of London connect to an exposed galvanized conduit that is set against the brick above the bed.
Looking for master bedroom lighting ideas for a tray ceiling? Draw some inspiration from this elegant hotel room, where lighting is strategically placed along the sides of the recessed ceiling, providing subtle downlighting for the room.
A candelabra-style pendant hangs from the ceiling of this midcentury bedroom in Portland.
A wooden globe pendant makes the perfect lighting choice for this jungle paradise bedroom.
A singular recessed light nestled in the white ceiling is all that’s needed in this expansive room with 270 degrees of floor-to-ceiling windows.
MNB Design Studio used plywood, smart storage solutions, and tapped into the principles of origami to create a highly structured, minimalist home. Here, two Edison bulbs peek out from the unusual wooden structure.
The sleeping area is raised and flush with the height of the countertops, allowing for storage underneath.
The revised layout also allowed for a new walk-in closet and expanded bathroom.
A shift in materials separates this bedroom from the breakfast area.
There are four bunks for the kids' sleeping area, fitted over the wheel wells, and a door separates the parents' bedroom at the back of the bus. The mattress is positioned over the engine, so it is high, and there is clothing storage below it, on either side of the bed, and in wall cabinets above. The couple writes on their blog: "Our bedroom has so much storage we haven't even used all of it!"
When the Penelope bed by Clei is tucked into the wall, the full sofa reappears; the unit includes two recessed nightstands with flip-down shelves.
At night, the living-dining area converts into the primary bedroom.
The 544-square-foot cottage has a 350-square-foot, double-height ground level with walls and ceilings made of cross-laminated timber. It also has a lofted bedroom that’s about 194 square feet.
A look at the master bedroom located on the mezzanine level.
One of the basement bedrooms.
The headboard is also painted in Benjamin Moore Flint and sports a bedside niche, which is adorned with a walnut shelf and sconce from Rejuvenation. The delightful drapery on the windows is from The Shade Store.
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A private master bedroom and ensuite were key to the renovation, and include as much natural light as the ground floor. Benjamin Moore's White Heron was used throughout the interiors to complement the light.
Baby Room
Master Bedroom
A white wall runs from the Dining and culminates at the Master Bedroom: an all-white space with filtered daylight.
Master Bedroom View to Creek
The Master bedroom ensuite faces through a large internal glazing the living areas below
Steel was chosen for the frame of the cabin because of its fire and water resistant qualities.
Downstairs bedroom and lounge area
Downstairs master bedroom
Custom closets painted Benjamin Moore Sterling were added to both kids' bedrooms. One room has a built-in window seat (pictured) and the other has a built-in desk.
A volume containing a bathroom and cloakroom was built within the master bedroom.
The bedroom is located on the mezzanine level.
The hideaway bed tucks neatly into the storage unit.
A hideaway bed in the guest room allows this space to also be used as an office. Sangaré’s UNITÉ lighting hangs above.
Large windows draw daylight into the sleeping quarters, while providing beautiful views to the gardens.
Natasha's love of plants is evident in the cabin, where pops of greenery show up throughout.
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.
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.
Another bedroom view.
The loft's original 1928 concrete is in tact, and while the design team sandblasted it all, not everything was removed—the owners will often find things like nails and pieces of cork in the material.
Detail of Guest Bedroom
The bed sits atop a platform; above it is an HVAC vent.
The third floor of 411 Vanderbilt features a fourth private bedroom with peaked ceilings, exposed beams, an en-suite bath and a beautiful round window.
The outbuilding serves as a studio, a guest house, and a playroom. A Murphy bed sourced from Craigslist was customized with a birch surround to give it a built-in appearance.
With Lolipop bunk beds from Resource Furniture, the space can comfortably sleep four. Heavy red curtains pull out of the walls to enclose each room for maximum privacy and sound control.
Hawkins created the built-in anigre bed and side tables in the master bedroom. Chenault designed the bedding; the sconces are from Artemide.

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.