226 Bedroom Wall Lighting Design Photos And Ideas

The owners originally wanted a king-sized bed, but that was too large. So Oliver and Prasse made a custom one that was as big as it could be. The pocket door to the room gives them privacy from guests and their dogs, when needed.
In the bed nook, a pull-out sofa was swapped out for a mattress decked out in neutral and textural linens, as well as a built-in nightstand.
Wood paneling and a platform bed was a perfect solution for fitting a king-sized bed into a small space.
Since artwork was passed over for the beauty of the outdoors, windows create light and movement in the two bedrooms.
A vintage red Italian pendant hangs overhead. The painting at the top of the stairs is by Barbara Johnson. “Having paintings in the house gives a wonderful sense of fantasy,” says Michael. “They enrich the house without competing with the beach.”
The sun-filled second story, which serves as the master bedroom and lounge, is pierced by a metal chimney. The Fusion bed by Zeitraum is flanked by nightstands by Robert Kuo and lamps by Cedric Hartman from the 1960s. A custom Moroccan rug covers the floor. A pair of refinished midcentury Danish chairs sit beside a Hans Wegner chest.
Vaulted ceilings allow for a spacious loft, complete with the second bedroom.  Skylights draw plentiful daylight into the lofted space.
A interior courtyard is accessible from the bedroom, providing an unexpected secluded oasis right in the heart of an urban setting.
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Glass walls are fitted on two sides of the master bedroom.
A queen bedroom and full bath on the upper loft level opens to a private deck overlooking the woods.
As soon as you enter the Hideout suite, it becomes evident the room has been built on ideas of customization and comfort. Comprised of two sleeping areas, a sauna, kitchen, and bathroom, guests can rest assured knowing they will have all the needed amenities for a unique stay.
There is also a staircase that leads to a second bedroom and hammock/sitting area. The slight changes in elevation help to create added visual interest within the suite.

To round out the house-like appearance, Larsen refers to the space around the wooden volume as the "outside garden," which is complete with a rain shower and step-down tub.
The architect, Sigurd Larsen, aligned the openings in the walls to maximize natural light in the room. The folding doors, hatches, and windows of varying shapes and sizes encourage play.

"With this room you get a whole house," says Larsen. "Pure and calm from the outside, the many doors and windows reveal a warm wooden interior."
The sleeping loft which can accommodate a king size bed.
The bedroom view.
A bedroom that looks out to canyon views.
Floor to ceiling glass windows bring the green outdoors into the bedroom.
Similar to the open spaces, the sleeping quarters have operable, sliding glass doors and clerestory windows allow the tropical air to freely pass between the exterior and interior.
The bedrooms were made to be as flexible as possible, while still feeling comfortable. The throw at the end of the bed is sourced from Zigzag Zurich.
Throw pillows are like the costume jewelry of a bedroom—they put on the finishing touches to a space and help provide a pop of color, yet they can easily be switched out when a trend is no longer in style.
The black lacquer finish used in the common area was repeated in a headboard for the master bedroom.
The lofted bedroom has a snug, cabin-like feel.
Each hut consists of two bedrooms with double beds, a small alcove, bathroom, shower, and small kitchen. Stinessen made sure to provide enough built-in storage for visitors, while also keeping the surfaces natural and raw.
The master bedroom with king bed is located on the spacious open mezzanine and offers a cozy reading place.
The master bedroom opens to the terrace and a stunning view.
The wood-burning fireplace.
This bright bedroom has an ensuite bath and a wood-burning fireplace.
The Bunk Room, located on the first floor, has direct pool access.  Custom built in bunk beds provide the perfect accommodations for a group of friends.
Three-hundred thread count sheets provide a good night's sleep, while rain showers and Grapefruit Sage products from the onsite spa contribute to a pampered experience.
A variety of guest bedrooms fill the top three floors, in a configuration that closely matches the original plan of the hotel.
As if you needed another excuse to visit Malibu, Native beckons as a stylish getaway with a storied past. Rooms start at $400 a night.
Early 20th-century accessories such as Italian desk stools and ice boxes keep the feel retro-chic, while custom robes made from African fabric and Native’s own all-natural toiletries add idiosyncratic touches.
The top-floor bar Waydown features panoramic skyline views of the Chicago Loop.
Each room comes with a unique piece of art on letterhead stationery that's painted or hand-drawn by a student at the Chicago Art Institute.
A guest bedroom that's partially submerged in the dunes.
It’s hard to take your eyes and mind off the Statue of Liberty, considering the current political landscape, but there’s also a bird's-eye view of the park’s voluminous tree tops. We forced ourselves to leave the comfort of our room and wander in Brooklyn Bridge Park, where we discovered Anish Kapoor’s public art installation titled Descension. The artwork is a thing of great beauty and strength that took our minds right back to political chaos. But we kept walking until we found Jane’s Carousel and witnessed a diverse sea of beaming toddler faces going around and around on brilliant and fantastic animals—a hope-restoring site.
The smaller bedroom is tucked behind a partition for privacy.
Two beds in the dormitory on the upper level.
One of the two bedrooms on the ground floor.
The master bedroom has a fireplace perfect for cool evenings.
The master bedroom, with calming grey paintwork and welsh blanket and cushions by Melin Tregwynt.
A set of Ikea Malm dressers maximise storage in the master bedroom, with a reclaimed timber dresser top adding warmth and character.  The bedside table is vintage Danish teak.
The calming grey colour scheme continues in the guest bedroom. Cushions by Eleanor Pritchard.
Sleek, stylish vibes await guests in the rooms at Hotel Covington.
The Commissioner's Suite at the Detroit Foundation Hotel
The second bedroom, shared by two young children, offers a private space away from the rest of the home. The owners and architect alike made sure to maintain the apartment’s original features, including the ceiling moldings.
Architect Joseph Dirand's bedroom boasts sandy gray walls and upholstered headboard. The white bed linens help reflect daylight into the space and the Azucena sconces offer task illumination.
The bedroom for the client's grandmother.

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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