746 Bedroom Design Photos And Ideas

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.

An Eero Saarinen Womb chair and ottoman, an Isamu Noguchi Akari lamp, and forest views make for a cozy reading nook.
Detail at bedside with window nook
Master bedroom with ensuite beyond
A gas fireplace fronted in weathered steel warms 

up the lofty master bedroom, whose spare decor is framed with beams discovered in a Pennsylvania barn. The Tizio desk lamp is by Artemide.
With its open-joisted, gabled ceiling, the upstairs bedroom is cozy but bright. Bedside tables from Kartell and Tizio Lamps from Artemide flank the bed, while a midcentury credenza, purchased at Old Soul Antiques sits beneath the window.
Mobile Nap

Turner made much of the barn’s furniture from OSB, but the mobile daybed 

on wheels is a standout piece and allows the user to catch the sun or shade as the mood strikes.
A guest room in this repurposed barn in the English countryside lets the ceiling do the talking. Photo by Christoffer Rudquist.
Level 1 music studio
Bolander designed the custom steel desk where Wright works, as well as the bedside table, fashioned from a speaker tower base and a slab of white oak. The desk chair and table lamp are vintage; the bed linens are from Garnet Hill and Ikea. The floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors from Metal Window Corporation open the entire corner of the room up to the outdoors.
Though many of the interior surfaces have been spray-foam insulated and covered in Sheetrock, the couple, drawn to the natural patina of the shipping containers, opted to keep select areas of the material exposed. Closed off by bas-relief doors designed by Mathesius, the main guest room is one of few spaces that put whole walls of the raw surface on display, painted in Benjamin Moore’s warm Kalamata and Wasabi hues. benjaminmoore.com
In the master bedroom, an original Aalto L leg chair from 1953 offers an idyllic spot to tie shoes.
Konishi and Gaffney's bedroom is fairly austere, though a pair of dormers let in lovely natural light.
Montague’s office doubles as a guest room thanks to a Murphy bed that folds out to reveal shelves stocked with design magazines. The painting is Untitled (Corner Rainbow) by Elizabeth McIntosh.
Motorised TV lift in the master bedroom
In the second floor master bedroom, a custom captain’s bed designed by the homeowner, features drawers and storage underneath. Its towering height allows for views out the nearby window.
From their bedroom, Hadley and Peter can gaze out at the canyon wall or up through a skylight at the clouds and stars.
In the master bedroom, a removable window provides egress, as required by code.
The girls’ room features wood furniture designed by Bornstein.
Master bedroom: Vanessa bed by Tobia Scarpa for Cassina and Hepburn by De La Espada with Kvadrat fabric upholstery, bedcovers with Rubelli “terrazzo” fabric, Evie Group Oliver Tray side Table, pendant lighting from Modo by Roll & Hill and Commute Design, wall lamps Parola by Fontana Arte, table lamp Parachilna.
A sparsely furnished bedroom opens onto the second-floor balcony.
Once covered in dark pine, a New York home is now radiant in Paper White by Benjamin Moore. The bed, flanked by George Nelson sconces, is from Crate and Barrel.
In the master bedroom, the top of the platform bed is hinged on one side and lifts like the cover of a book.
“These rooms are for our friends and family who visit,” Peter explains. “But I think it’s also important to have a place to sleep where you work. You have to take a break and refresh your mind. I work and work and then sleep for twenty minutes, and then I work some more.”
Three tall closets conceal the couple’s belongings.
Quiet Master bedroom very masculine with a bit of whimsy
James's bedroom furniture was custom designed by Hatch Workshop.
Storage within built-in bed bunk
The sleeping area features skylights that allow for stargazing at night.
In the living area, a sliding door conceals the loft from the hallway leading to the office, thus opening the space up by revealing extra square footage in the bedroom. When it’s time for bed, the door slides shut for privacy.
The master bedroom includes a Mini bed by Emaf Progetti for Zanotta, a tub by Sanico, and a towel rack and side table by Philipp Mainzer.
A Progetto Oggetto lamp by Marcel Wanders occupies a corner in the bedroom.
Peter conceived a stepped program for the layout. Placing the rooms at different levels created cavities for storage as well as for furnishings, such as the dining table and benches and the bed in Olia’s studio, which when not in use slide into the space beneath the raised floor in Peter’s office, above.
The master bedroom’s massive leather headboard was Thompson’s idea and design.
A vintage "Leaded Pennant Gas" sign in the Suttles and Shah residence.
The master bedroom is spartan.
The bunk beds are original only repainted and treated to updated detailing.
Placed on the north side of the home, the master bedroom is secluded and quiet with its own unique view of the canyon below.
The master suite contains the only nonvintage furnishing: a BoConcept bed.
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.
Dedy gazes out at the neighborhood from the couple’s bedroom.
In the master bedroom, above the Legnoletto by Alias bed, is a photograph by John Huggins. The lamp is from Ikea. “Nothing is painted—all that stripping is about getting to the natural surfaces of the wood, and the concrete block,” Norelius says.
A social creature who seems to know everyone, Loft J occupant Jamil Malone has hosted several "alcohol-themed" parties and manages to wedge as many as 20 people into his studio. The gatherings are like gallery openings, with the walls of Malone's apartment displaying a roving selection of locally produced art.

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