1082 Bedroom Design Photos And Ideas

A custom unit with handleless, lacquered doors conceals a small workspace and ample clothes storage.
The bed is from Room & Board.
Architect-sculptor double act Cat Macleod and Michael Bellemo’s Melbourne split-level home has a loft bedroom with a clever divider Macleod created out of white weaved engineering felt.
An architect couple uses multifunctional furniture and a hydraulic Murphy bed with secret compartments to keep the exterior walls uncluttered and achieve a clean and lean look in their 650-square-foot Chelsea apartment.
This 538-square-foot cabin overlooking Lake Steinsfjorden in the woods of Norway is designed with four slight levels and natural division of spaces and nooks for living, eating, bathing, and sleeping.
A sunburst mirror, which George bought on eBay, pops against patterned Antonina Vella wallpaper in the guest bedroom. The lamp is vintage.
Built on a gentle slope on the Westport River, less than a mile from the coast in southeastern Massachusetts is an unabashedly modern glass house designed for a well known Cambridge general contractor and his wife. Mature oaks and cedars define the property edges and frame dramatic sunset and island views.
Designed for privacy, the master suite features giant sectional sliding doors and windows along with a unique geometric curved layout.
A tub zone lined in redwood connects to the master bedroom, which is furnished with a vintage Sergio Rodrigues lounge chair and Voyage Immobile seats from Roche Bobois.
The home’s built-in technology includes speakers by Current Audio installed in the ceiling in Valentine’s room.
master bedroom
A Hunter Pacific fan cools the master bedroom, which has a custom hardwood bed.
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.
The master bedroom, which features a bed by Paolo Piva, an Egg chair by Arne Jacobsen, and a Ball pendant lamp by George Nelson, opens directly onto a verdant patio. The metal shutters at the bottom of the window keep out flying embers in case of fire.
The master bedroom leads to its own private courtyard. The rug is from Peace Industry; the Kelvin LED floor lamp for Flos is from Lumens. Photo by Coral von Zumwalt.
Though you cannot see in this photo, they added an extra closet in the bedroom to house Carly’s vintage clothing collection. There are two other bedrooms on this upper floor.
The Extra ottoman in motion.
A door next to the bed drops down, opening the room to its surroundings. "It's a fantastic way to ventilate the space, but also makes sleeping in the loft feel like camping when it's down," Eerkes says.
The renovation revealed a 30-foot-deep well beneath the bedroom, which the team half-jokingly considered turning into a fish tank. Instead, they opted for a simple bedroom with plenty of built-in storage.
On the upper floors, bright white walls and plenty of natural light make the bedrooms and living rooms feel large and spacious. In the master bedroom, built-in cabinetry hides clutter. The art photography against the wall is by Anders Hviid, the bed is Hästens, the laundry basket is Vipp, and the lamp is Fontana Arte.
Light streams into the bedroom through walls of floor-to-ceiling glass. The windows are triple-glazed, creating a tight, eco-friendly seal.
Warm wooden walls ensure the simple bedroom setup, a low mattress next to a Muuto Leaf table lamp, offers more comfort than the cold stone exterior.

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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