29 Bedroom Storage Chair Rug Floors Design Photos And Ideas

The guest rooms mix contemporary Japanese minimalism with locally sourced Mexican materials and finishes. The millwork is all Parota wood.
The bunk rooms exhibit the same attention to detail. “There's a huge benefit to bringing luxury hotel designers like Yabu Pushelberg to an affordable hotel project,” says Hochberg. “It's not just about creating an efficient space that looks good. What you end up with is a room with personality and character. It's a room that tells a story.”
Efficient wardrobes in the guest rooms, courtesy of Holler Design, bring together a built-in fridge, safe, coffeemaker, and desk.
The master suite is a restful retreat, featuring an extensive window wall as well as beautifully restored hardwood and original paneling.
The room has an ensuite bathroom and an attic space that could serve as a reading nook, meditation space, or storage.
The materials for the golden drapes and cream-colored bedspreads were selected by Mrs. Wright and were used in all four bedrooms.
Original floors were restored, windows were painted, and a coat of white paint enlivens the room.
Some items and devices in the rooms can be purchased in the store below. Muji has opened two other hotels in the past year—one in Beijing, and one in Shenzhen.
The master bedroom features a Pedro Useche coat rack and an Eames chair.
There are four bedrooms in total.
The master bedroom overlooks panoramic views of the lake.
Oak built-ins provide functional storage and separation between the adjoined bedrooms on the main floor. A large pocket door combines or separates the two sleeping quarters.
Daylight from the large bedroom window extends into the entry space, creating a warm, welcoming interior.
In one of the more unusual bedroom lighting ideas for the ceiling that we’ve seen, a dramatic backlight illuminates the wall and part of the ceiling in this otherwise dark bedroom.
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 wooden globe pendant makes the perfect lighting choice for this jungle paradise bedroom.
The second bedroom from another angle.
The second bedroom has bright yellow, built-in desks lining the wall.
A shift in materials separates this bedroom from the breakfast area.
The second bedroom, a later addition by Lautner, is roomier than the first.
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.
A guest bedroom on the ground floor.
The parent's bedroom is located at one end of the top floor.
A third module, perpendicular to the main living areas, contains the master bedroom, which is furnished with a bed from Design Within Reach, a rug from Crate and Barrel, and a watercolor by Marfa artist Nick Terry. The saddle leather chair is by local furniture maker Garza Marfa.
A floating cabinet was created by Lustig in 1953 for an interior design commission in New Jersey. The Sparrow crib is by Oeuf.
The master bedroom and main den replicate the living room's warmth, comfort, and understatedness, while the kitchen is characterized by solid elegance.

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.