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The master sleeping loft features a skylight and windows on either side of the bed that create a cross breeze.
A Murphy bed in one bedroom folds seamlessly into the wall, leaving the rhythm of redwood panels uninterrupted.
The master bedroom features an original pressed-metal ceiling that was restored. It opens out onto a large balcony, which is typical of Sydney terrace houses. A bespoke hoop-pine plywood joinery unit creates ample storage and offers space for a separate dressing room behind the bed.
The guest bedroom/study is located in the front wing of the home, next to the master bedroom. It overlooks the courtyard through a large window. Every room of the house is naturally ventilated, and the bedrooms all include ceiling fans to aid air movement.
“The materials are natural, durable, yet contrast in their relation to one another,” he says. "Ultimately, we wanted to balance the crispness of the architecture, like concrete, with the warmer edges of the wood."
The master bedroom features a closet in the corridor to use less space. Sight lines lead to the forest from nearly every space.
When the blinds are open, the glazed walls in the master bedroom frame the sculptural pine tree in the atrium below. A white oak feature wall references the bespoke joinery throughout the home.
The nursery on the first floor is situated directly above the guest bedroom on the ground floor. The two bathrooms are also stacked to allow for efficient structural, mechanical, and plumbing systems.
The main bedroom has a built-in wardrobe lining one wall.
The cabin bedrooms feature skylights above the bed so that guests can watch the stars and tree canopy as they fall asleep and wake up. The bedrooms also have large floor-to-ceiling glazed doors that lead to a small timber deck with a built-in wood-fired cedar hot tub.
Large, glazed doors and windows on two sides of the master bedroom in the main house bring views of the coastline inside and flood the space with natural light.
A new dormer, streamlined window plan, and bathroom created a full-fledged guest suite that’s much more comfortable.
The doorway to the suite is framed by cabinetry.
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Jules has been taking mornings a bit slower, allowing herself some extra sleep in her cozy West Elm bed and Parachute bedding. Above, handmade honeycomb shelves bring more of the outdoors in with some cascading plants.
The guest room offers some extra space with an added monitor for when Jules and her husband need some solo time to work during the day.
The master bedroom. The upstairs floors were all redone with reclaimed fir from another site.
Their Room & Board bed is swathed in sheets from Parachute Home.
The pine ceiling was removed, and wall-to-wall carpeting installed underneath a Rejuvenation bed. A former built-in home office in the adjacent hallway was retrofitted to accommodate a row of closets.
The repurposed lath serves as a feature wall in the bedroom as well. Slots were routed into the lath for custom supply registers.
20 years after a Phoenix-bred family purchased 180 acres of wild bush, they finally decided to build upon it. They built four structures and then this modern guesthouse. The floor-to-ceiling windows throughout bring the outside world into the interior of the home.
A look at one of the home’s three bedrooms.
A piece of millwork in one of the master suites doesn't reach the ceiling, allowing light to spill into the mater bath.
The Zartmann House includes four bedrooms: two in the main house, and two in the guesthouse.
Smithe and Forrest were open to purchasing and retaining some original pieces from the home, including a large green and blue artwork by Jack Youngerman by the bedroom.
Slatted doors allow natural light through while still affording privacy in the second bedroom.
The bedrooms can also open to the back courtyard. Wood floors are a warmer material in the bedroom and sync with the restored wood on the ceiling.
In the master bedroom, a Crate and Barrel bed and West Elm sheets define the space.
In the master bedroom, a clerestory window facilitates privacy and plenty of soft natural light.
Wire netting surrounding the sleeping loft serves as a gentle nod to the property's heritage.
In the sleeping pavilion, the master bedroom looks out onto the 70-foot lap pool and expansive views of the surrounding mountains. Built-in cabinetry, expansive fenestration, and a harmonious color palette define the calming space.
The master bedroom—located in the "sleeping volume"—has views over the water. The bedrooms are left unheated, and ceiling fans are used for cooling in summer.
The view from the bedroom into the living space. The double-sided joinery unit features a wardrobe and storage space.
The tranquil master suite features a custom bed by Ancerl Studio and custom black marble cube nightstands. The brown leather bench is from Elte Mkt, and the rug is from West Elm.
The brick brise-soleil provides the interiors with diffuse light.
A peek at the spacious bedroom. The unit's bathroom offers a jetted tub and separate shower.
The original proportions of the ground-floor bedroom at the front of the house were retained.
Gold leaf adorns the wall over the fireplace in the master bedroom.
Located in the new addition, the couple’s master bedroom features the same timber-and-white theme and built-in shelving.
The second of the two bedrooms includes a double bed and desk area. Similarly, the glass door can be opened to further connect the sleeping space to the outdoors.
One of the two bedrooms includes two smaller beds. A glass door opens to a small Juliet balcony with a glass rail.
The children's bedroom fits two twin beds in an L-shape and a craft table.
In the master bedroom, a wall of glass windows effortlessly frames gorgeous desert views. The second of the three bedrooms includes an en-suite bath, as well as a laundry area.
Curtains can be pulled along a ceiling track for privacy.
South-facing walls of double-pane glass blur the line between indoors and out.
The master suite features a monochromatic bathroom, which rests inside the white oak form, and a king bed with West Elm textiles.
A look at one of four double-height bedrooms in the tallest structure. Each one comes with a “tapanco,” or loft, for sleeping or reading.
The master bedroom is privately located off the main house in a  rectangular tower towards the back of the home. The master is complete with custom touches like distressed blackened steel steps that lead down to a private basement garage, as well as cantilevered steps up to a penthouse office.
The expansive bedroom features dark hardwood floors that contrast with the crisp, white ceiling and columns. Darker hues of green, blue, and gray add to the palette.
While the residence features four bedrooms, the crown jewel is the master suite, which includes a seating area with a fireplace, dual baths, expansive closets, and panoramic views.
The bunk room is a clever addition to maximize sleeping quarters, while keeping the footprint as small as possible.
The peaceful master bedroom feels secluded, but stays connected with the tree canopy.
The Barcelona daybed is by Mies van der Rohe and the Reve bed is by Niels Bendtsen.
An affordable Manhattan triplex might seem the stuff of real estate fantasy. That’s why attorney René Roupinian jumped on the apartment despite the fact that the square footage of its three combined levels was less than that of some studios. "It was so different from anything I had seen. It felt really spacious because of the high ceilings, and it had exposed brick on both sides," René recalls. "I just said, ‘Oh my god, I love this apartment.’"
Master bathroom and master bedroom.

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