1349 Bedroom Design Photos And Ideas

View from Master Bedroom
Master Bedroom
The rock ledge provides natural privacy from the street and ensconces occupants in the site's beauty.
The principle bedroom windows embrace the sandstone rock face. A sloped glass roof shields rain.
In the master bedroom, a wooden accent wall with coat hooks on one side, serves as a partition for the bed.
Due to the lack of space, the couple have quickly learned to maximize every inch of storage space. For instance, Sheena uses vintage clips on the walls to stylishly hold papers and photographs.
The master bedroom with king bed is located on the spacious open mezzanine and offers a cozy reading place.
A transit room with a sofa bed.
The second and third bedrooms also feature ensuite bathroom.
The master bedroom features floor-to-ceiling windows and terrace access as well as a deluxe ensuite bathroom.
A Murphy bed located along the narrowest wall of the triangular-shaped apartment.
The loft's original 1928 concrete is in tact, and while the design team sandblasted it all, not everything was removed—the owners will often find things like nails and pieces of cork in the material.
Bunk room in basement with custom artwork on floor by Sean Martorana. Curtains by West Elm.
Pine plywood A-Frame interior and sliding barn door. Custom tray by Peg & Awl.
There are no closets and no minibars in the guest rooms, reflecting the designers' minimalist approach. Features include a curved wooden headboard and a hammock hanging from the ceiling. Unfinished ceilings reveal partitions of the old structure, even down to the screws.
The rest of the rooms are freestanding pavilions with large projecting windows that look out over the open landscape. The rooms are accessed through an exterior walkway, providing them with additional privacy.
The banks of windows on either side of the huts illuminate the interiors and allow for natural cross ventilation.
The second bedroom also opens to the terrace and features an ensuite bath.
The master bedroom opens to the terrace and a stunning view.
In the fourth section of the cabin, there's a large North-facing window for observing northern lights.
The interior decor is inspired by a modern glamping lifestyle.
Whitepod currently offers 15 pods in 3 different configurations.
One of the beautifully renovated bedrooms.
The secret
This lower level  Assistant’s Office / Guest Suite has a secret
An additional bedroom with built-in bookshelves.
The wood-burning fireplace.
This bright bedroom has an ensuite bath and a wood-burning fireplace.
The Corten steel enclosure provides the bedrooms with more privacy, and also serves as striking decorative façade.
The master bedroom looks out to city views.
The idea for the custom room comes from Camp Wandawega's line for Land of Nod, which celebrates the whimsical vintage aesthetic of the retreat. A former Prohibition speakeasy once called "a disgrace to the great state of Wisconsin," Wandawega has come a long way over the years—the 91-year-old camp site is now a boutique lakeside getaway celebrating the simple pleasures of the great outdoors.
The media room features custom-designed bunks with Camp Wandawega for Land of Nod bedding.
The new hotel's Jungle bedroom, stocked with finds from places like The Estate Sale Company, where it's not unusual to find treasures from the Parker Palm Springs, located just across the street. Other scores came from the now-shuttered Lot 58 auction house.
In the guest bedroom, a painting by Monique Crine hangs on the original brick wall above a Miles & May bed and side table. The rug is from ABC Carpet & Home.
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.
Constructed in 1909, the building was named for its original occupants, The Free Methodist Publishing House, before it became the Museum of Holography, and was bought by the new owners in 2012. They tapped Nushu Architecture and contractor Vero Design + Build for a renovation of the structure to include 11 bedrooms, a capacious communal area, a kitchen, and a fully-equipped lounge.

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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