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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.
A built-in desk provides a work spot during the day, and the closet interiors are from IKEA.
The angled wall of the addition frames excellent sightlines into the backyard and beyond. "That bedroom had a point of prospect that allowed for it to reach out to the long view," says Cuddington. The bedside sconces are Schoolhouse Electric, and the pendant is from Ross Gardam.
Their Room & Board bed is swathed in sheets from Parachute Home.
In an increasingly digitized world, the handmade charm of Berber rugs injects much-needed tactility into home interiors.
A view from the kitchen shows the built-in storage wrapping around the flat's perimeter. Translucent window panels allow natural an abundance of natural light into the space while providing privacy.
The master bedroom suite, located at the end of the sleeping wing, features a private deck with views to the east.
The twins’ loft bedroom features a Scott Rug by Wallace + Sewell, and an ILOT stool by Amaury Poudray for Ligne Roset.
The master suite has a calming palette, with a Custom Weave linen fabric on the walls, Ronnie Genotti art, and a vintage Moroccan Oushak rug.
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.
The master suite has a northerly aspect through staggered windows that cleverly frame or obstruct views. This is the most private of the three pavilions.
The boys’ bedrooms have loft beds that create play spaces below. As a result, their toys are stored and used in their bedrooms instead of shared living spaces.
The internal bedroom windows look out over the void in the living room. The yellow shutters can be closed for privacy.
A vintage article in Good Housekeeping magazine illuminated the 1953 Benit House in Houston. When Steve Curry, principal at Curry Boudreaux Architects, and his wife Martha bought it they spent 11 years painstakingly renovating it to resemble its original form in the article, including a red front door, matching planter boxes divided by a glass wall, and sliding doors separating the dining room from the walled garden. But after Hurricane Harvey struck in 2017, the couple were forced to restore it yet again, replacing flooring, woodwork, and rusted metal to bring it back to its midcentury pink brick and terrazzo glory.
Slatted doors allow natural light through while still affording privacy in the second bedroom.
The shading structure at the front of the home allows more light to enter the front bedroom than a traditional veranda would have.
A wide hallway separates the main living spaces from the bedroom wing. Here is a look at the elegant master bedroom, which features direct access to the eastern portion of the outdoor terraces. A spacious dressing room is also included.
The master bedroom displays a bed from Muji that's dressed with pillows and coverings from Atacama; the rug is also from Atacama. The second room, which can be used as a bedroom, office, or play room, is outfitted with a textured rug from Atacama.
After: The firm used the steel to demarcate different areas in the new home. Glass-and-steel-framed walls now enclose the master bedroom, and an office nook with built-in storage is tucked off the primary circulation paths. The firm designed the custom bed platform; it’s white oak with a smoked finish.
Lago Vista by Dick Clark + Associates
007 House by Dick Clark + Associates
Reeds were used to line the pitched ceilings, adding texture and warmth to the white spaces.
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 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 master bedroom on the first floor has views over the green roof, bringing a sense of life into the interior and visually breaking up the view of the surrounding rooftops.
“I wanted to give the fireplace a wow factor,” says Wei, who clad the fireplace in a tile by Wow Tiles, from the Stripes collection.
The large master bedroom boasts soaring tongue-and-groove beamed ceilings and oversized glass sliding doors.
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.
The children's bedroom fits two twin beds in an L-shape and a craft table.
Herringbone-patterned oak floors continue into the two bedrooms.
A look at one of the home's two bedrooms, complete with a built-in desk. The custom cabinets beneath the windows were designed low enough not to distract from the captivating views.
The nighttime view from one of the bedrooms looks west towards the Golden Gate Bridge. Soaring some 700 feet above San Francisco, views are certainly not lacking in this penthouse apartment.
Here, a look at one of the four bedrooms, all of which offer views of the city from bed. The building's iconic diagonal beams swipe across the facade of looking glass.
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 second bedroom is located beneath the A-frame’s apex. With floor-to-ceiling windows, the nook is a cozy yet bright place to start and end each day.
The play of color moves across the room depending on the time of day. The vanity table on the right, also designed by Edwards Anker, has a shape inspired by melting snow and icicles, and the steel Crystallized Chair also catches and reflects light.
Another of the bedrooms. The numerous windows allow natural light to seep into every corner of the home.
"We wanted to create a master bedroom separated from the entry hallway and oriented to the view and fireplace," says the firm. The view through the door is of the new office.
Ocotillo Suite is split level with one king bed, one queen bed, a living room and fireplace, and bathroom.
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.
Ptalis with her husband and daughter. The young family chose an organic Avocado Mattress for their master bedroom and guest bedrooms.
The firm relocated the master bedroom to foster privacy, and it is joined by an en-suite bathroom and private study, seen down the hallway. "Black Laminate was used as the finish for the wall paneling, and provided concealed storage behind the master bed," says the firm. "This black laminate continues around all exterior surfaces of the master en-suite, powder room, and study joinery, to form a ‘black pod’ of sorts."
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.
A look inside one of the two bedrooms in one of the units.
In the master suite, there’s an Ipe accent wall behind the bed and the large-format porcelain tile on the floor, and the homeowners relish the preserved trees. “One of my favorite details is that when we wake up in the morning, we’ve got this gorgeous Banyan tree outside with orchids blooming like crazy around the trunk,” says Goldstein. “Just waking up to that is spectacular.”
“The nice thing about the second-floor is that it’s like you’re living in a treehouse,” says Brillhart. “It’s really sort-of a magical Coconut Grove experience.”
A built-in Murphy bed easily converts the office into a private guest room.
The family level includes a spacious master suite with its own balcony, multiple dressing rooms with generous closet space, as well as dual en suite master baths. Two additional bedroom suites and a wet bar are also located on this floor.
The bedroom also features a built-in desk nook and a fireplace.
In the master bedroom, a pair of DCW Mantis sconces are positioned between the traditional molding, which mimics what’s found on the lower floor. The paint color is Benjamin Moore Alaskan Husky custom mix, and the quilt is from Hay. The side chair is an Urban Outfitters find.
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.”
In total, the home features six bedrooms, including a master suite which leads to a rounded writer's nook and private balcony.
A standard king guest room has a welcoming retro vibe thanks to exposed brick and a headboard fashioned from an old church pew.
SECOND FLOOR - KIDS’ BEDROOM
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This is the original master bedroom. The teak barn door is similar to the one in the new master bedroom.

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.