Timeless design implies simplicity and this stunning work of Peggy Del Rosario is definitely a candidate. A good vibe comes from the use of colors and light that intensify the feeling of calmness. Beautifully displaying a metal frame under the pitched ceiling, the attic suddenly becomes the favorite space in the house.
With a vertical column in each corner, the structure of oak beds in the 1600s was supporting a rectangular panel. Variations on this original theme range from imposing solid wood canopy beds with curtains draped across the rectangular frame to stunning wrought iron beds with luminous, breezy curtains.
With this in mind, we return to our reality. Now that summer is over and we hurry towards wintertime, outdoor canopy beds are put aside for an encounter with cozy canopy beds in the bedroom. Feathered beds used to be frameless bags filled with feathers that had to be fluffed every morning. Now we indulge in soft but sturdy mattresses with luxurious bedsheets under breezy canopies.
The Oriental Warehouse Loft renovation in San Francisco includes re-imagining its mezzanine level, replacing the opaque guardrails with transparent glass rails and thus creating a visual connection to the living space below. Local architecture team Edmonds & Lee imagined this platform as a sleeping mezzanine complete with a shower and a library.
Moving further down the list of 30 masculine bedroom ideas, we find this urban bachelor heaven evoking an eclectic field of interests. The masculine vibe is reinforced with a leather and metal armchair and an inspiring mix of geometric patterns. Hexagonal mirrors and the bike artwork from Urban Barn suggest an adventurous spirit living here. The space above is a basement bedroom imagined by Madison Taylor Design; the grey floor (“Like Minded” by Flor) creates a bold statement.
As Buildall Construction re-designed the Wrigley Loft inside the converted Wrigley Building in Leslieville, Toronto, they imagined a mezzanine level as the bedroom. Placed behind translucent doors in the volume under the bed area mezzanine, the home office can be either hidden or open, changing the vibe of the spacious living area.
House Like Village by Marc Koehler Architects is set in a renovated old harbor cantina on Amsterdam’s KNSM island. Dutch people are known for their open nature and love for bright spaces, so a mezzanine seemed the perfect way to combine volumetric functions downstairs with a platform for dining and cooking upstairs, accessible via the bookcase stairs.
Ingeniously partitioned, this narrow, tall residential space displays a subtly industrial elegance in white finish. The mezzanine becomes a platform uniting the lower floor to the upstairs without robbing the kitchen and dining area of natural light.
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