Bedroom TV Designs & Ideas
Design First Interiors
The key living spaces of this mountainside house are nestled in an intimate proximity to a granite outcrop on one side while opening to expansive distant views on the other. Situated at the top of a mountain in the Laurentians with a commanding view of the valley below; the architecture of this house was well situated to take advantage of the site. This discrete siting within the terrain ensures both privacy from a nearby road and a powerful connection to the rugged terrain and distant mountainscapes. The client especially likes to watch the changing weather moving through the valley from the long expanse of the windows. Exterior materials were selected for their tactile earthy quality which blends with the natural context. In contrast, the interior has been rendered in subtle simplicity to bring a sense of calm and serenity as a respite from busy urban life and to enjoy the inside as a non-competing continuation of nature’s drama outside. An open plan with prismatic spaces heightens the sense of order and lightness. The interior was finished with a minimalist theme and all extraneous details that did not contribute to function were eliminated. The first principal room accommodates the entry, living and dining rooms, and the kitchen. The kitchen is very elegant because the main working components are in the pantry. The client, who loves to entertain, likes to do all of the prep and plating out of view of the guests. The master bedroom with the ensuite bath, wardrobe, and dressing room also has a stunning view of the valley. It features a his and her vanity with a generous curb-less shower stall and a soaker tub in the bay window. Through the house, the built-in cabinets, custom designed the bedroom furniture, minimalist trim detail, and carefully selected lighting; harmonize with the neutral palette chosen for all finishes. This ensures that the beauty of the surrounding nature remains the star performer.
Andrew Snow Photography
Design: Wanda Ely Architect // Photography: Andrew Snow // © Houzz 2012
Sibyllegatan 9 Foto: Henrik Nero
Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects
The composition of the house is a dance of cubic volumes, vertical stucco masses, and floating roof planes that reinforce the open floor plan. The largest volumes are wood construction clad in stucco, while the horizontal roof planes become steel fascias that cantilever past the window line and protect the glass from direct sun and rain (Photo: Juergen Nogai)
The master bedroom is a tropical oasis. This spectacular bed was custom made in California and finished in an rubbed ebony. The custom night stands are accented with Fine Art chandeliers hanging above each as an alternative to a table lamp. The Sanderson fabric used in the window treatments works beautifully with the ming green colors fromt he His and Hers master bath suite. Pewter colored natural grass cloth covers the walls for textures and a Decorative Crafts screen and a Seashell and crystal chandelier compliment the Raymond Waites chairs and game table looking out to the pool, lanai and royal palm trees. Designer: Jere Bradwell Photo byNaples Kenny
Dramatic contemporary bedroom features modern furnishings and smart home automation from Control4 to enhance the ambiance and add the ultimate in convenience. In-ceiling speakers broadcast the music of your choice using a whole-home audio solution, powered by Control4. The recessed smart lighting lighting and light fixtures are designed to create the perfect personalized ambiance. Other automation options may include automatically closing the blinds for privacy, programmable thermostat control for comfort and energy management, home security system integration, and full A/V control. And everything can be controlled from virtually anywhere - including the comfort of your bed using your Control4 app with a smart phone or tablet device or right from the TV screen.
Manhatta Architecture, P.C.
The Bradbury & Bradbury is taken from the stencilled motifs found in the now demolished "Cloud Club" at the top of New York's spectacular Chrysler Building. A recreation of a portion of the Cloud Club can be seen in the movie "The Aviator".
Allen Saunders, Inc.
Elayne Barre Photography
Domiteaux Garza Architecture
Charles Smith Photography
Marcello Mariana Fotografia