707 Bedroom Wall Lighting Bed Design Photos And Ideas - Page 5

An Alvar Aalto stool serves as a side table in the bedroom. The north-facing window brings in ample natural light.
Complete with not one, but two Juliette balconies, the Soleil room opens to the smells and sights of the garden below, looking out onto the Pacific Ocean.
A large picture window in premium room La Vue frames ocean views from sunrise to sunset.
Instead of televisions, rooms are outfitted with vinyl record players and a curated music collection.
The lighting fixture from Noevara.
A bedroom in "Baller Jawn." The custom bed is by Farmhaus Modern. The striped blanket is from Thom Roland, and the printed pillows are by Flax and Symbol.
Oak wood features in the parquet floor, the attic support structure, and some of the furniture.
The bedroom doubles as the living area.
A slender window in the bedroom looks out to the trees.
A compact closet blends in with the plywood walls.
The master bedroom.
The master bedroom features sliding glass doors leading outdoors.
The second bedroom looks out over the brick patio and entry.
The master bedroom opens up to a triangular outdoor deck. The corner window lets in light and panoramic mountain views.
The cabinets in the bedrooms and hallway are built from teak.
Anchored by a vintage Thonet cantilever chair, the master bedroom is filled with natural light and views of the outdoors.
"I remove a lot of the day-to-day items people use because they typically are utilitarian and don't add much to the photo except visual clutter," Neustadt says. "This includes items like dish soap, remote controls, blenders, waste baskets, and tissue boxes."
The commodious master bedroom.
The second staircase is skinnier and sandwiched between the bed and window.
In the master bedroom, Durell's custom-designed bed and dresser remain.
On the other side of the living room lies a warm and cozy bedroom, complete with a fireplace of its own. A wall of built-ins provides plentiful storage.
Factory windows and high ceilings give the space a cool industrial feel.
A dream catcher, memory foam mattress, and down comforter make the van truly feel like home.
A roof-mounted suncatcher fills the space with daylight. Built-in cupboards provide storage for personal belongings.
Large-scale artwork makes a statement throughout the hotel, and the collection includes paintings by Parquet Courts singer Andrew Savage. The bathroom juxtaposes chevron wall tile with a traditionally appointed sink and luxe black stone floor.
One of the mansion's 10 bedrooms.
Bolé Road Textiles are designed in Brooklyn and ethically crafted in Ethiopia, and come in a range of bold colors, complex geometric prints, and simpler graphic textiles.
Daylight from the large bedroom window extends into the entry space, creating a warm, welcoming interior.
The sleeping loft feels snug, and offers a peek over the treetops.
Sandy’s bedroom is a dramatically updated version of the cramped attic that once occupied 
the structure. The chair is vintage, the rug is from Morocco, and the ceramic sculpture on the sill of the half-moon window is by Daniel Reynolds. A wire cage envelops the chimney for safety.
Some rooms have a small loft that can be used as a bedroom for children.
Master bedroom featuring a rattan headboard and brass reading lights. Pairing materials such as warm oak, woven wicker, and volcanic slate allows inhabitants and visitors alike to be transported to an island getaway.
Anderson installed fans in the upstairs bedroom and incorporated operable windows for cross ventilation. In-slab hydronic heating supplements warmth provided by the winter sun.
This peaceful, rustic bedroom makes use of a Murphy bed by Resource Furniture with a couch in a three- or two-seat version and integrates with closet and shelving systems.
A cheerful striped blanket is among the custom Shinola features in guestrooms.
Furniture designer Pat Carson created a plethora of custom fixtures for this guest room, including a riveted aluminum Murphy bed. The best Murphy beds raise and lower easily, often requiring only one hand. This unique wall bed employs a hand-cranked wheel-and-pulley system.
Throughout, Gachot Studios aimed for a homey, simple approach to design.
Oversized windows forge a connection with downtown Detroit.
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.
In this living area, a built-in Murphy bed can be pulled down to create a flexible sleeping area when needed. This Murphy bed incorporates two small bedside nooks with built-in lighting.
The master bedroom occupies the home's entire top floor.
Guest room 4
Standard Double Room
Casework incorporated wall sconces instead of table lamps to save space.
The king-sized bed and end tables are from West Elm.
The light-filled master bedroom offers a mix of closed and open storage.
“We brought in a deep blue-green, Benjamin Moore, Miramichi paint to add a richness to the space,” says Keasler.
The interior of the Pinecone is a 100-square-foot octagon, however the tree house can be custom made in a larger size.
Page made the headboards and shelves out of sugar maple sourced from the property.
The children's bunk beds are custom made and the bedding is from Schoolhouse. The black Radar Sconces are from Schoolhouse.
The master bedroom has bedding from Schoolhouse and an Isaac Sconce in brass.

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.