216 Bedroom Storage Bed Design Photos And Ideas

A timber beamed ceiling adds a rustic touch to the modern master suite.
The walls and built-in furnishings are constructed from fir, while the original timber floors have been replaced with waxed concrete, which also covers the fireplace. The kitchen unit behind the fireplace features a countertop built of basalt sourced from the Alps.
A volume containing a bathroom and cloakroom was built within the master bedroom.
A look inside the cozy bedroom lined in wood veneer. A recessed skylight-inspired lighting feature helps keep the space from feeling too snug.
The bed is flanked by two staircases, one of which is hidden behind a white curtain. Hidden storage is integrated into the stair design.
The bedroom box is surrounded by hidden storage, from the white closet (seen behind the red dog) to built-in drawers. The wooden surface behind the yellow chair can be extended out to create a dining tabletop.
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.
The bedroom is located on the mezzanine level.
Guest Bedroom
Oh My Wall from Paris Wallpaper was fitted on wardrobe doors in one of the children's rooms.
Oh My Wall Paris Wallpaper was placed on wardrobe doors with the shelves painted off-black from Farrow & Ball.
Bright and bold choices continue with the master bedroom. The walls have been painted a rich blue T0.30.20 from Sikkens.
A look at the master bedroom, which unlike the other rooms in the home, features Ipe wood for both the ceiling and walls.
The hideaway bed tucks neatly into the storage unit.
Many of the rooms offer panoramic views of the surrounding bay.
Master Bedroom
From these two balconies, one can look down at the top of the tree in the middle of the enclosed garden.
The children's bedroom with a pullout storage area.
A warm and simple bedroom with an ensuite bathroom.
Turin designed the bed, console, and side tables in the master bedroom. The room gets plenty of illumination through the windows, which she had remade to match the 1925 detailing and covered in translucent Trevira fabric curtains by Rogers and Goffigon. “They provide privacy but lots of light comes through.”
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).
Large windows draw daylight into the sleeping quarters, while providing beautiful views to the gardens.
The Master Bedroom
The Master Bedroom
master bedroom with large foldable bed, redesigned based on historic photographs
To enlarge the bathroom, they integrated the closet space into the new bathroom, and thus had to create new storage. They designed a custom walnut bed wall in the master bedroom that contains built-in wardrobes.
For the bedroom, she has used Seasons Summer Tropical Bloom, which is one of Zeng’s favorite designs. She knew she wanted a busy, dense floral pattern behind the bed to create the feeling of falling asleep in a jungle.
Hidden Storage

The Murphy bed in the guest bedroom sits behind Montague’s desk, allowing the compact room to function comfortably for working and sleeping at different times. It’s made with customized millwork, Häfele bed hardware, and an Ikea mattress. When it’s open, it reveals hidden shelving.

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In the bedroom, Mantis lamps by Bernard Schottlander, along with a Snow bureau by Swedish designers Thomas Sandell and Jonas Bohlin, add to the stylish, minimalist atmosphere.
Natasha's love of plants is evident in the cabin, where pops of greenery show up throughout.
A closet is built into the bed frame in this London guesthouse. With hangers so close by, there's no excuse for not hanging up your clothes before bed. Photo by Ben Anders.
Guest Bedroom
Pieces by Taku furnish the guest room, which Tanaka converted from the old garage, incorporating straightforward, unfinished materials like plywood.
LAMAS designed a quartet of bunkbeds large enough for adults.
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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.
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.
A bedroom that looks out to canyon views.
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 highlight of this bedroom is ample built-in storage.
The eco-friendly cabin includes a 3,000 KwH solar array with a back-up generator, a hybrid insulation system, and radiant floor heating that keeps the home airtight and warm during the cold months.
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.”
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The renovation was completed in three weeks for just $3,000.
Another bedroom view.
A closer look at one of the bedrooms.
The couple kept costs low by sourcing art and furniture from garage sales, IKEA, Amazon, and Target.
A Murphy bed located along the narrowest wall of the triangular-shaped apartment.
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.
Bunk room in basement with custom artwork on floor by Sean Martorana. Curtains by West Elm.

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.