Low Bed Designs & Ideas
Lorin Hill, Architect
Wine Country Modern
JAMIE FALLA ARCHITECTURE
Callender Howorth Interior & Architectural Design
Set over three floors and encompassing a central courtyard – this house just exudes personality, fun and cheekiness.As part of the interior architecture plan we gutted the top floor of the house to create one huge master bedroom with a large dressing room and ensuite bathroom area.
Архитектурное бюро SL*project
McLean Quinlan - Country
Will Scott/Peter Cook
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.
RDM General Contractors
Lotus Bed & Lotus 2 Drawer End Tables, French Pole Sconces The clean-lined, organic aesthetic of the Lotus Bed conveys a Zen-like sensibility. The headboard and footboard are slatted with textured, reclaimed Peroba wood and set into a beautiful mahogany frame. Truly a place for sweet dreams.
Lizette Marie Interior Design
Photo Credit: David Duncan Livingston
New Mood Design LLC
Level Two: In the master bedroom, a king-size bed covered in bronze leather is flanked by coral table lamps. The barrel ceiling is finished in cherry wood. Photograph © Darren Edwards, San Diego