286 Bedroom Ceiling Lighting Design Photos And Ideas

The mix of white juxtaposed against natural wood extends to the bedroom.
To keep the space flexible and functional, Bellessa and Clyde designed a built-in Murphy bed that can be pulled down to accommodate a guest. When stowed away, the bed’s painted panel disappears into the wall—and frees up floor space for parties.
The bedroom is located on the uppermost level that connects to a small outdoor balcony.
The activities of the ground floor can be seen and heard from the bedroom level.
A wood-paneled guest room.
An arched doorway leads to an ensuite master bath.
The master suite.
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.
This custom glass structure by Ilex Construction allows for an abundance of light during the day. At night, Lightolier fixtures on the ceiling illuminate the Ella bed. Sherwin-Williams “Pure White” was painted on all interior walls.
On the opposite side of the kitchen are two bunk beds that can be tucked away.
Kids' Bedroom
The clean, white interiors also follow the Danish sommerhus’ simplicity of form and color.
Master suite.
A glass-enclosed master suite is equipped with automatic shades and sliding glass doors to a large terrace that appears to float weightless over the lights of Los Angeles.
The master bedroom
One of the children bedroom
master bedroom
Within each bedroom, the architecture acts as a frame to the landscape beyond. The opening picture faces east towards the land and water conservation project across the street; it is 10' h x 15' w.
Boys Bedroom
bedroom view
A wardrobe with wooden doors on the first floor bedroom contains and hides the shower and toilet.
For the interiors, the architects used mostly black-varnished steel sheets and durmast wood.
A cloistered interior corridor links all the different rooms within the house.
In 2014, a master bedroom and two guest rooms were added, as well as a library that also works as circulation, increasing the square footage of the retreat to 2,400 square feet.
Inside, Metropolitan armchairs by B&B Italia and Artek stools flank a Morsø stove. The Flor rug tiles are arranged in a custom pattern.
Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
Clever storage spots have been added throughout the house, much like the placement would be on a boat.
In the principal bedroom, wallpaper from Hygge & West hovers over the George Nelson Thin Edge Bed from Design Within Reach. Horner also added multiple skylights throughout the house to bring in more light.
The architects designated one section for the common areas, and the other for the two bedrooms, dressing room, and 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).
Large windows draw daylight into the sleeping quarters, while providing beautiful views to the gardens.
The tiny cabins range between 140 and 200 square feet in size.
The cabins’ 10-inch Zinus Memory Foam mattresses provide a comfortable night’s sleep.
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.
The master loft fits a king bed, and features an egress window and two awnings.
The guest room features a bed from West Elm.
Second bedroom featuring organic cotton bedding by Bhumi Organic, organic cotton mattress by Organture, and art by Australian artist Caroline Walls (represented by Modern Times).
The home has two bedrooms and three baths. Here is the master bedroom from another view, looking into the ensuite bathroom.
The master suite features an ensuite bathroom.
The couple were able to fit a king-sized bed in their sleeping area, where peachy-pink accents warm the interior charcoal and white scheme. "Our bed is the most comforting place I’ve ever been in," says Ashley. "It’s like an adult fort!" The mattress lifts up for easy access to electrical components and a 100-gallon water tank, along with extra towels, sheets, and winter coats.
Tom Conrad and Kate Imbach’s first bedroom redo creates as many problems as it alleviated, blocking their view of Noe Valley behind a wall, for instance. Their second attempt, shown here, opened up the balcony, which has a Frame lounge by Francesco Rota for Paola Lenti. A Grand Repos chair by Antonio Citterio for Vitra faces the bed.
Fuss-free aesthetics continue into the master bedroom, where a sloped roof with concrete paint hides the ceiling beam.
The chandelier in one of the bedrooms is by David Weeks.
The real gem is the master bedroom which features sliding doors that open to the expansive backyard—perfect for embracing indoor/outdoor living.
One of the three bedrooms features mural-type wallpaper from Anewall.
The view from another bedroom.
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 detached guest house is a spacious one-bedroom retreat, complete with a fully equipped kitchen and bathroom.

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