Loft Bedroom Designs & Ideas
Tallon Perry Interiors
The challenge in this room was to create good head-height whilst maintaining the roof line. I convinced the client to put the master bedroom in the roof to create a sanctuary away from the rest of the house and the kids in the rooms below. During the build we uncovered the triangle in the wall and decided to create a feature of it. Now the client loves sleeping within the alcove and special loft bed was sourced to sit under it. The wall features Benjamin Moore Hot Lips paint - a colour that can be seen elsewhere in the house. Adam Carter Photography & Philippa Spearing Styling
Anne Sneed Architectural Interiors
Beach House Photos Provided By: Brady Architectural Photography
Krannitz Kent Architects
Photography Courtesy of Benjamin Benschneider www.benschneiderphoto.com/
sullivan + associates architects
Dyer Grimes Architecture
Jack Hobhouse Photography
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
The ceiling was opened up in the main space, but the bathroom and bedroom have lower ceilings to accommodate the parent’s sleeping loft above, accessible by a walnut ladder. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
Hamilton Snowber Architects
David Reeve Architectural Photography; This vacation home is located within a narrow lot which extends from the street to the lake shore. Taking advantage of the lot's depth, the design consists of a main house and an accesory building to answer the programmatic needs of a family of four. The modest, yet open and connected living spaces are oriented towards the water. Since the main house sits towards the water, a street entry sequence is created via a covered porch and pergola. A private yard is created between the buildings, sheltered from both the street and lake. A covered lakeside porch provides shaded waterfront views.
MAC Custom Homes
Photos done by Jason Hulet of Hulet Photography
Richard Silver Photo
Tomecek Studio Architecture
Photography by Patrick Ray With a footprint of just 450 square feet, this micro residence embodies minimalism and elegance through efficiency. Particular attention was paid to creating spaces that support multiple functions as well as innovative storage solutions. A mezzanine-level sleeping space looks down over the multi-use kitchen/living/dining space as well out to multiple view corridors on the site. To create a expansive feel, the lower living space utilizes a bifold door to maximize indoor-outdoor connectivity, opening to the patio, endless lap pool, and Boulder open space beyond. The home sits on a ¾ acre lot within the city limits and has over 100 trees, shrubs and grasses, providing privacy and meditation space. This compact home contains a fully-equipped kitchen, ¾ bath, office, sleeping loft and a subgrade storage area as well as detached carport.
Elms Interior Design
Photography by Michael J. Lee
KELLY + CO DESIGN
This is a warm and cosy bedroom in the eaves of a barn conversion project. The room is light and airy and the beams are a great original feature.
By PMK+designers http://www.facebook.com/PmkDesigners http://fotologue.jp/pmk Designer: Kevin Yang Project Manager: Hsu Wen-Hung Project Name: Lai Residence Location: Kaohsiung City, Taiwan Photography by: Joey Liu This two-story penthouse apartment embodies many of PMK’s ideas about integration between space, architecture, urban living, and spirituality into everyday life. Designed for a young couple with a recent newborn daughter, this residence is centered on a common area on the lower floor that supports a wide range of activities, from cooking and dining, family entertainment and music, as well as coming together as a family by its visually seamless transitions from inside to outside to merge the house into its’ cityscape. The large two-story volume of the living area keeps the second floor connected containing a semi-private master bedroom, walk-in closet and master bath, plus a separate private study. The integrity of the home’s materials was also an important factor in the design—solid woods, concrete, and raw metal were selected because they stand up to day to day needs of a family’s use yet look even better with age. Brick wall surfaces are carefully placed for the display of art and objects, so that these elements are integrated into the architectural fabric of the space.
Loft Bedroom Designs & Ideas