40 Bedroom Track Lighting Bed Design Photos And Ideas

"I think of the bed as intimate space, and putting the bed away—having it out of sight when not in use—is satisfying," says Milan Hughston, who reconfigured his West Village apartment with the help of architect Joel Sanders. This custom-designed Murphy bed, concealed by day behind the gold curtain, is well built; it's ergonomically easy to lower and has a firm sleeping surface.
A common trend among modern Murphy beds is to fold into a cabinet. By lowering the custom Murphy bed and rolling a sliding plywood door, this homeowner creates an instant guest room.
Here, the cleverly planned living area may look small, but can sleep as many as four guests on two sleep sofas and a double Murphy bed on the other side of the partition.
The guesthouse bedroom is modest and comfortable, with its own fireplace.
Bedroom lighting ideas for the ceiling that work in many different types of spaces are stainless-steel fans and light fixtures. Their clean lines and modern vibe can effortlessly elevate any dwelling space.
Rustic meets modern in this bedroom, where white track lighting beautifully illuminates a black wall and serves as accent lighting for vintage wall art.
Track lighting is one of the best bedroom lighting ideas for ceiling lights. Light fixtures suspended along a metal track can be moved an repositioned as desired for accent or task lighting.
Luminaire curates thoughtful vignettes composed of furniture by celebrated designers.
A guest bedroom is located at the other end of the living room.
The roomy master suite has an ensuite bathroom and outdoor access.
Located on the fifth floor of an unassuming building in Datong district, Play Design Hotel is a hidden gem with only a small sign to announce its presence. Polished concrete walls and floors coupled with large, black, metal-framed windows create an elegant backdrop for the hand-picked design objects sourced from over 100 local Taiwanese designers.
From these two balconies, one can look down at the top of the tree in the middle of the enclosed garden.
In the master suite, a painting by Eric Freeman hangs over a West Elm bed.
The concrete soffits were left unplastered, and the fly ash walls were finished with just a coat of paint to create an atmosphere of rustic simplicity.
Folding glazed doors open each bedroom up to the outdoors.
Each room is equipped with a plush king bed, while cool polished concrete floors encourage guests to go barefoot.
Bedroom with a view.
The nightscape is equally stunning.
The lofted bedroom has a snug, cabin-like feel.
The second bedroom also opens to the terrace and features an ensuite bath.
The master bedroom opens to the terrace and a stunning view.
Kiri wood walls help keep the bedroom cool.
To minimize waste and reuse workable infrastructure, Aparium kept the original wood beams and steel pipes throughout The Iron Horse. Locally-produced textiles and artwork were also added to provide decorative accents in the rooms.
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The bedrooms in the lower and upper level.
Classic mid-century furniture like the Eames lounge chair in Cohen’s bedroom populate the home, a nod to his long life in architecture.
The architecture firm L. McComber Itée demolished a sloping ceiling in this Montreal attic to create a bright, roomy live-work space.
A Curtis Jere sculpture hangs  above a bed from CB2 in the upstairs guestroom. The Louis Ghost chair is by Philippe Starck  for Kartell.
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Santa Monica, California
Dwell Magazine : July / August 2017
Master bedroom night
Master bedroom daytime
Merge Architects wrapped the peg wall around three sides of a bathroom to hide a door and provide a storage for books and knick knacks.

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.