162 Contemporary Bedroom Design Ideas
Behind the central wall in the home is the private zone of the condo. A queen-sized bed is lofted over a built-in desk, bookshelves, laundry, and closet. Plumbing pipe ladders on either side of the bed make for easy ascent and descent from the loft, as well as additional storage for decorative bedding. Photography by Cynthia Lynn Photography
Photo: Jason Snyder © 2013 Houzz
Andy Marshall @fotofacade
Mitra Designs Studio Collaborative
photo cred: Susan Teare
Ксения Бобрикова. Xenia Design Studio
Архитектор-дизайнер Ксения Бобрикова, Фото Евгений Кулибаба
Sebastian Wolosik © www.sebastiano.co.uk
Sol Haus Design
The bedroom loft is directly over the kitchen and bathroom. Phot: Eileen Descallar Ringwald
APE Architecture and Design Ltd.
Tim Cuppett Architects
Bedroom addition tucked beneath roof line. White paint is Sherwin Williams, Alabaster. Wainscote is Sherwin Williams, Intellectual Gray. Painting is by Honora Jacob from Wally Workman Gallery. Photo by Whit Preston Photo by Whit Preston
Sweet Sparkman Architects
Greg Wilson, George Cott, William Speer
Thomas Lawton Architect
FrontierGroup, This low impact design includes a very small footprint (500 s.f.) that required minimal grading, preserving most of the vegetation and hardwood tress on the site. The home lives up to its name, blending softly into the hillside by use of curves, native stone, cedar shingles, and native landscaping. Outdoor rooms were created with covered porches and a terrace area carved out of the hillside. Inside, a loft-like interior includes clean, modern lines and ample windows to make the space uncluttered and spacious.
Packing a lot of function into a small space requires ingenuity and skill, exactly what was needed for this one-bedroom gut in the Meatpacking District. When Axis Mundi was done, all that remained was the expansive arched window. Now one enters onto a pristine white-walled loft warmed by new zebrano plank floors. A new powder room and kitchen are at right. On the left, the lean profile of a folded steel stair cantilevered off the wall allows access to the bedroom above without eating up valuable floor space. Beyond, a living room basks in ample natural light. To allow that light to penetrate to the darkest corners of the bedroom, while also affording the owner privacy, the façade of the master bath, as well as the railing at the edge of the mezzanine space, are sandblasted glass. Finally, colorful furnishings, accessories and photography animate the simply articulated architectural envelope. Project Team: John Beckmann, Nick Messerlian and Richard Rosenbloom Photographer: Mikiko Kikuyama © Axis Mundi Design LLC
Jim Schmid Photography
Jim Schmid Photography
The bedroom area is open to the atrium, sharing the light and allowing for views out in all directions. The stone backdrop to the bed unites the finishes with the other stone accents throughout the apartment.
Murray Fredericks Photography