106 Bedroom Recessed Lighting Bed Design Photos And Ideas

View from Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
The master bedroom features floor-to-ceiling windows and terrace access as well as a deluxe ensuite bathroom.
The rest of the rooms are freestanding pavilions with large projecting windows that look out over the open landscape. The rooms are accessed through an exterior walkway, providing them with additional privacy.
The raised bed platform create an interesting stepped topography in the bedroom.
A bedroom looks out to stunning coastal views.
A bedroom that looks out to gorgeous canyon views.
The master bedroom has a bathroom with a spa-tub.
The homeowner wanted to include clerestory windows to the master bedroom during the remodel, which was denied due to the home’s historic status.
The chandelier in one of the bedrooms is by David Weeks.
Fuss-free aesthetics continue into the master bedroom, where a sloped roof with concrete paint hides the ceiling beam.
The master bedroom, painted in Whisper by Comex, sports a bed that Farca custom-designed as part of his EF Collection.
NOTE designed the wood blue-gray wall covering in this bedroom. A chrome Bestlite BL6 wall lamp by Gubi hangs near custom-made curtains, created using fabric by Astrid.
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Interiors of one of the Airstream suites in Notel – a unique, all-trailer boutique hotel in Melbourne, Australia.
Beautiful minimal interiors are featured throughout.
Since this home was primarily for the couple, rather than their grown children, they wanted a luxurious master bedroom. A Kichler fan circulates air above the bed.
The minimalist interiors of the suites.
A bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.
Set on the home’s top floor and featuring a deck that overlooks the backyard, the master bedroom is clean-lined and filled with light.. The Fusion bed is by Zeitraum; the purple Cove chairs are by Paola Lenti.
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A fuss-free, elegant and modern bedroom.
The architecture firm L. McComber Itée demolished a sloping ceiling in this Montreal attic to create a bright, roomy live-work space.
The Master Bedroom addition completed by Escher GuneWardena, matches Neutra's original vision for expansion as shown in the archival plans.  A George Nelson influenced bed by Roberston + McAnulty looks onto the private gardens.
The simplicity of the design is complemented by the unfussy use of materials, including the exposed edges of the bedroom furniture and paint-free drywall.
Every bedroom offers views of the stunning countryside.
The master bedroom offers a view of the exterior annex.
Each of the three bedrooms has an en-suite bathroom.
The double-height master bedroom is Dave’s favorite place in the house, particularly when the moon is shining. The bed, planter, and side tables are all from West Elm; the tapestry above the bed is from Southeast Asia.
The guest bedroom.
Surrounded by glazing on three sides, the Master is a suite above the slopes, surrounded by nature.
Designed for privacy, the master suite features giant sectional sliding doors and windows along with a unique geometric curved layout.
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The simple yet spacious master bedroom opens up to a private terrace.
Light streams into the bedroom through walls of floor-to-ceiling glass. The windows are triple-glazed, creating a tight, eco-friendly seal.
Built in bookshelves frame the Master Bedroom.
The warm material palette extends to Berryman’s bedroom. Like the rest of the apartment, it features work by New York designers, including a custom wood bed by Asher Israelow and a Table Light desk lamp by Lindsey Adelman.
With Lolipop bunk beds from Resource Furniture, the space can comfortably sleep four. Heavy red curtains pull out of the walls to enclose each room for maximum privacy and sound control.
Exposed boards that were salvaged from the original apartment were installed into the master bedroom. They provide a rustic atmosphere, enhanced by the addition of DIY industrial lighting. The bedding, curtains, and bedside tables are all from IKEA.
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.
Sloped ceilings, covered with stained Western red cedar, add warmth to the interior (bottom). “We set out to design using the best of what modernism has to offer, but to try to execute that in a way that is livable and home-like,” says architect Jonathan Feldman. The bedroom contains an A. Rudin bed and a Beau chair from Room & Board. It opens onto a deck with an aluminum awning
By replacing a wall with a custom wood-and-glass partition, architect Matt Krajewski transformed a previously dark one-bedroom railroad apartment in Manhattan into a light-filled home. Compact furnishings, like a Mandal bed frame from IKEA with integrated storage, maximize every inch of the 390-square-foot unit, housed in a former tenement building.
A variation on the system serves as a wardrobe in the sleeping loft. Additional storage can be found in the walnut platform with side tables. Although it appears less in the photo, the space between the platform and the lowest part of the ceiling is about four and a half feet, allowing René to comfortably sit up in bed. A Lutron screen lowers for privacy.
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.
Davis used the same material to build furniture, including beds for his 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.

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