2034 Bedroom Design Photos And Ideas

Bedroom with ocean views
The master bedroom.
A custom-designed bed.
Ravit Dvir Architecture and Design
IOSA GHINI | Home and Showroom
Custom-sized LaCantina sliding doors were also installed in the master bedroom.
A guest bedroom is located at the other end of the living room.
The entrance to the master bedroom is through a sloped wall of framed windows.
The open, airy atmosphere continues in the bedroom where the ensuite is fitted with a glass wall.
The simple, den-like sleeping nook can easily be converted into a storage space when needed.
The bedroom enjoys views of the outdoors through windows on both sides.
A wide staircase that leads up to the "living room" loft is sited to the left of the kitchen. The first two steps that lead up to the floating stairs can be tucked under the table when not in use.
The lofted sleeping space features a double bed, a removable bedside table, and a balustrade which is attached to the floor as a safety precaution.
The large master bedroom features sliding doors to the outdoor space.
Here is the spacious second bedroom.
Two bedrooms are located in the attic.
The sleeping and study nook sit on a raised platform, and are surrounded by open shelving filled with books and plants.
For the interiors, the architects have utilized every nook and cranny of the home to come up with smart storage solutions to maximize floor space.
Dividers made of brick, wood, and glass separate the different rooms and functional zones.
The private entrance leads to the backyard.
A look at the actor's former bedroom.
This bedroom even has its own wood-burning fireplace.
The master suite boasts dual walk-in closets and an elegant ensuite bathroom.
In this room, the wallpaper is by Svenskt Tenn, and the table lamp is by Servomuto.
Here is a look at a rattan headboard by Maison du Monde, and a metallic frame wardrobe designed by Marcante-Testa, with a curtain by Kvadrat. The Suzie pedant lamp is by Colonel.
Ample access to natural light and vaulted ceilings give the bedrooms an airy feel.
A hammock swings in one of the bedrooms.
Once the tiling, grouting and painting were gone, they began having fun with the design, layout, and furnishing.
A look at one of the four bedrooms.
The master suite has sliding glass doors which lead outside.
Detail at Window Seat in Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom - After
Master Bedroom
The current owner added hardwood floors and repainted the walls a luminous white. Pictured is a secondary bedroom with a cupola and gas fireplace.
The bunk room welcomes family and friends.
The master bedroom is a texturally rich space and offers views of Lone Peak.
Beautiful white oak has been used for most of the flooring.
The house has three bedrooms.
Two-by-four inch pine beams were used on the ceiling throughout the home. The bed was constructed by the owners.
The master bedroom frames sweeping landscape views via a corner window.
The master bedroom after the renovation. "Our solution was to move the entire master suite up to the top floor, which had previously been occupied by two guest rooms and a play space. This gave the couple’s suite more privacy, as well as access to the roof deck, which presents amazing views of Manhattan," explains Tang.
All four bedrooms feature 100 percent wool carpet floors from Unique Carpets Bolero II.
A peek at the earthy, natural textiles in the cozy bedroom.
One of the other four bedrooms also features an ensuite bathroom.
The roomy master suite has an ensuite bathroom and outdoor access.
"The house provides the means to eat, sleep, and wash in a space that is part of the experience of being on the site and not removed from it," add the architects.
Patterned hydraulic tiles on the bedroom floor.

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