Bed In Front Of Window Photos & Ideas
Phil Kean Design Group
This is a French West Indies-inspired home with contemporary interiors. The floor plan was designed to provide lake views from every living area excluding the Media Room and 2nd story street-facing bedroom. Taking aging in place into consideration, there are master suites on both levels, elevator, and garage entrance. The three steps down at the entry were designed to get extra front footage while accommodating city height restrictions since the front of the lot is higher than the rear. The family business is run out of the home so a separate entrance to the office/conference room is off the front courtyard. Built on a lakefront lot, the home, its pool, and pool deck were all built on 138 pilings. The home boasts indoor/outdoor living spaces on both levels and uses retractable screens concealed in the 1st floor lanai and master bedroom sliding door opening. The screens hold up to 90% of the home’s conditioned air, serve as a shield to the western sun’s glare, and keep out insects. The 2nd floor master and exercise rooms open to the balcony and there is a window in the 2nd floor shower which frames the breathtaking lake view. This home maximizes its view! Photos by Harvey Smith Photography
Cara Woodhouse Interiors LLC
Robert Granoff Photography
Robert Nebolon Architects
Raised bed in the master bedroom. The bed is on Ikea Akurum drawers with wood sheathing and leather pulls. Photo by Matthew Millman
Rethink Design Studio
Wall Color: SW 6204 Sea Salt Bed: Vintage Bedside tables: Vintage (repainted and powder coated hardware) Shades: Natural woven top-down, bottom-up with privacy lining - Budget Blinds
Bedroom Bedding that is all LUXURY. Donna Karan cream satin comforter with feather pillows in periwinkle blue set stage sparkly rhinestone pillow. Above the 4 poster bed, a gold gilded oval mirror keeps the lines clean without sacrificing the stunning look of this Master Bed. Iron screens fill in the casement windows flanked by matching night stands and a pair of lamps creating a perfectly symmetrical look. Robeson Design creates a beautiful Master Bedroom suite by playing up the contrast between light and dark. Dark hardwood floors, stained four poster bed with nightstands, a custom built-in chest of drawers and wood trimmed upholstered chairs set a handsome stage for creamy bedding and soft flowing window treatments. The pale cream walls hold their own as the cream stripped area rug anchors the space. Rebecca used a touch of periwinkle in the throw pillows and oversized art piece in the built-in. Custom designed iron pieces flank the windows on either side of the bed as light amber glass table lamps reflect the natural light streaming in the windows. David Harrison Photography
Tom Stringer Design Partners
Photography by: Werner Straube
The Interior Edge
This zen bedroom is a mix of calm beige's with espresso trim accents and a dash of orange. The custom upholstered headboard is made by Avery Boardman in a Clarence House mohair. The platform bed (with storage underneath) has an extended edge that helps lead the eye into the suspended nightstands that have a raised glass top. The shoji panels were custom made by Cherry Tree Designs. We matched the design of them on the frosted glass on the bathroom pocket door. Under the exterior window treatment are roman shades that are made of light proof and sound deadening material. My client travels and wanted to be sure he can make a nighttime feel at any time of the day. The area rug is a neutral low pile looped wool rug that is very durable, soft and just the right look. The accent stool is upholstered in an Ultrasuede material and is used for putting on shoes, etc. To add a touch of drama we found an abstract colorful print for above the bed. All in all a room that is beautiful and custom fitted to the clients dream.
This residence, nestled into a clearing in a lush forested landscape, was designed to immerse its occupants in the full range of environments that the site offers. A winding drive brings visitors through the forest to arrive at an open hilltop court that is defined by the low, embracing form of the house. The house is built on a steep grade, with the entry on the second level, so as you move inside, the feeling of grounded horizontality becomes one of floating in the treetops. The tree canopy enfolds the interior space and creates a visual perimeter that changes with the seasons. A staircase tucked behind the free-standing fireplace leads down to the lower level of the house, which is carved into the earth and gives onto the forest floor. The cozy nature of the lower level provides an experiential contrast to the expansive and light-filled level above. Architect: Specht Harpman Interior Design: Carrier & Co. Photographer: Elizabeth Felicella Press and Awards AIA Design Award Residential Architect (RA) Award Architectural Digest New Canaan Modern Homes Tour
When it's necessary to put the bed in front of a window, use a low profile headboard and fill the space so that the window and bed are balanced. Here, the custom bed has a backboard just high enough to be useful for reading. It's just 36 inches off the ground allowing easy access to the window behind. We also used the same fabric for bed and curtains so everthing blends seemlessly.
Peter McDonald Architect
Photo Credit: Michael J Lee
Kurtz Homes Naples
Natural Bed Company
A solid wood bed made by Natural Bed Company in solid maple with a stripe of zebrano wood across the headboard panel. Photo by Dav Thomas
Interior Design by Blackband Design 949.872.2234 www.blackbanddesign.com Home Build & Design by: Graystone Custom Builders, Inc. Newport Beach, CA (949) 466-0900
kimberly peck architect
When the developer found this brownstone on the Upper Westside he immediately researched and found its potential for expansion. We were hired to maximize the existing brownstone and turn it from its current existence as 5 individual apartments into a large luxury single family home. The existing building was extended 16 feet into the rear yard and a new sixth story was added along with an occupied roof. The project was not a complete gut renovation, the character of the parlor floor was maintained, along with the original front facade, windows, shutters, and fireplaces throughout. A new solid oak stair was built from the garden floor to the roof in conjunction with a small supplemental passenger elevator directly adjacent to the staircase. The new brick rear facade features oversized windows; one special aspect of which is the folding window wall at the ground level that can be completely opened to the garden. The goal to keep the original character of the brownstone yet to update it with modern touches can be seen throughout the house. The large kitchen has Italian lacquer cabinetry with walnut and glass accents, white quartz counters and backsplash and a Calcutta gold arabesque mosaic accent wall. On the parlor floor a custom wetbar, large closet and powder room are housed in a new floor to ceiling wood paneled core. The master bathroom contains a large freestanding tub, a glass enclosed white marbled steam shower, and grey wood vanities accented by a white marble floral mosaic. The new forth floor front room is highlighted by a unique sloped skylight that offers wide skyline views. The house is topped off with a glass stair enclosure that contains an integrated window seat offering views of the roof and an intimate space to relax in the sun.
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
I think this is one of my favorite bedrooms that I designed! I deliberately put the bed in front a group of French doors as I need to re orient the room. All furnishings are available trough JAMIESHOP.COM