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A 2009 neon piece by Adair hangs over the bed. "The design of the house doesn’t inform my work, but perhaps gives me a supporting space to hang artwork or visualize the clean spaces that I intend my work to hang in," says Adair. "As an artist, to have clean lines and white walls with natural light is a dream to test hang work."
The master bedroom accesses a private, secluded courtyard.
The guest bedroom offers an impressive view. Expansive clerestory and picture windows from Western Window Systems complete the floor-to-ceiling effect.
The window frame was also lined in wood.
The Yucca Room sit son the lower level with one king bed, one bathroom, fireplace, and a private patio.
Jonathan Adler side tables add a touch of whimsy in the Cholla Room.
All three bedrooms are on the lower level. In the master, furnishings include a platform bed designed by Richard and Daniela and fabricated by Manuel Leon.
The headboard was built from three pieces of prefinished maple plywood that cost $80 each. “We’re obsessive about measurements because everything you transport in has to go back out if it’s not used,” says Jeff.
The sleeping loft accommodates a queen-size bed. Original artworks by MSusan are double-sided and help to separate the space from the other areas of the home.
The master bedroom was created by combining two existing smaller bedrooms. One side of the room is wrapped in mahogany wood while the other opens up to a private courtyard and pool. Period-appropriate Nelson sconces flank the custom, built-in motorized bed.
Wooden beams delicately span a gabled ceiling in the guest bedroom.
Two West Elm Pelle Sconces flank the Brayden Studio Horsham Platform Bed, while the sliding doors now reveal views to the restored backyard.
In the upstairs bedroom, burnt wood flooring echoes the dark concrete floors downstairs, while the window’s angles reflect the rooflines outside. Built-in storage optimally utilizes the available space.
The glass provides lots of natural light and serene views of the surrounding greenery.
The master bedroom also opens to the outdoor space via sliding glass doors.
Karen and Stephen made their bed using wood from an old weathered deck. A quilt by Karen hangs above it. The wall lamps are by Artemide, the bedcover is from North Shore Linens, and the antique bench is from China.
Sliding glass doors in the bedroom make the most of the cabin’s location. “The weather is incredible,” notes Ralph. “Summers are not very warm, and it’s rarely cold in winter.”
Sconces by George Nelson flank Jessy and Steve’s tk bed. The flooring is made of polished concrete.
"The walls are all done up with local finishes, painted with lime and various pigments from the region," says Gabriele Salini, Palazzo Daniele's co-owner.
All the suites effortlessly juxtapose history and modernity.
The peaceful upper deck is accessed via the master bedroom.
A screen print by Corita Kent hangs in the bedroom.
The master bedroom features built-in drawers and a desk overlooking the picture window. Dark mahogany flooring continues from the living room.
The bed loft in the El Toro can accommodate a California king mattress and is surrounded by windows trimmed in reclaimed, vertical grain, clear heart redwood.
Architect James H. Maul designed this home for his family in 1971. Just steps away from the beach, he’s created the space to be connected to the outdoors with wooden construction and floor-to-ceiling windows. The space exudes elements of midcentury modern aesthetic, melded with beachside cabin.
Steps from the bed is a private balcony, providing a cozy spot to soak up the tranquil setting.
In the main bedroom, fir floors and simple fixtures add to the minimal design. Custom-set windows thoughtfully frame the nearby forest.
A luxurious oasis that seamlessly blends into the environment, the pavilions are well equipped with modern-day amenities, including a plush king-size bed.
Built around a live tree, the cabin reinforces its connection to nature with a natural material palette and large windows that pull the outdoors in.
The custom-sized bed has an organic mattress from The Mattress Insider that was cut to the Airstream’s curved walls.
Perforated metal screens connect design elements in the upstairs to the main floor below.  A built-in headboard provides clothes storage on one side, and nightstands on the other.
A look into one of the home's serene bedrooms, featuring a soothing neutral color palette and direct access to the outdoors.
McKinley purchased the handwoven Marni chair from the 2019 Salone del Mobile in Milan.
The X Suites' bedrooms all have ceiling-height windows that look out onto the grounds. The blanket is by Coyuchi.
A peek at one of the two bedrooms.
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.
Within the hut, the architects have utilized every inch of available space, including incorporating secret cubby holes into the children's bunkbeds.
A cheerful mustard duvet brightens up the master bedroom.
A peek inside the light-filled guest room.
The dining area converts into a double bed. Natalie Crittenden at Haversack Leather did all the upholstery.
SECOND FLOOR - KIDS’ BEDROOM
Photo © Ashok Sinha
Neuman Hayner designed The House by the Dunes for a family of five who all enjoy surfing the beaches of Israel. The architects took a minimalist approach to designing each room, keeping colors and materials simple yet functional.
The light-filled master bedroom features hardwood floors and lighting from Mooi.
A clothing niche and the half-wall behind the bed are the same oak found throughout.
In architect Nildo José’s Loft Ninho, a bedroom box clad in ceramic tile rests within an oak wood-wrapped space, creating a quirky and nest-like retreat within the space. A steel ladder leads up to an indoor garden.
The master bedroom features spacious walk-in closets with mahogany dressers, a skylight, and French doors leading to the backyard.
Light pink paint on the walls soften the industrial bones of the bedroom. The blanket and pillows were custom made by Miriam Dalis.
The top-floor master suite features a walk-in closet and a stylish bathroom.
By introducing a new oak staircase with slender steel railings, Bureau Fraai ensured that the living room of Monastery House would be connected to both the basement below and the sleeping floor/multifunctional attic floor above.
The bedrooms receive light from windows that have been punched out of the masonry and overlook the outdoor patio below.
Master bedroom with patterned headboard and wallpaper.
Master bedroom
In total, the home has five bedrooms. The master suite is situated in its own private wing and features dual walk-in closets, as well as an enclosed, private balcony.
In the master bedroom, the Restoration Hardware tufted bed is paired with an Anthropologie area rug. The side tables are custom by Hufft.
A look at one of the spacious, contemporary bedrooms.
To make the bedroom feel warm and cozy, the architects added American oak floors that match the American oak battens applied to the cabinetry. The carpet is 100 percent wool.
Certain rooms have bunk beds to accommodate groups or families.
The rooms exude clean lines with all built in furniture aside for a stool.
This upholstered headboard takes the form of a cheery rainbow with built-in nightstands and lighting.

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.