Offering abundant wood and books, this relaxing bedroom seems perfect for a gentleman who enjoys both urban and imagination planes. The bedroom by Greenauer Design Group uses the available space to create a dreamy mood. Overlooking the city below, the bed accesses natural light in the morning, waking you up naturally.
Duality and romance are two sides of a black and white bedroom. This example above provokes our minds with a visual appeal shaped by simple elegance and a mezzanine level hugging the tall walls. Floating stairs and a column supporting the mezzanine complete the dreamy bedroom design.
Art and photos can be hung on the wall above the bed. This apartment is a vivid example of how canopy beds can bring that luscious feeling of comfort high above the clouds, even in dense urban areas.
Spicing things up with a contrasting atmosphere, the bedroom above instills a peaceful, neutral atmosphere perfect for a relaxed lifestyle. Stylish in every (minimalist) detail, this bedrooms borders masculinity thanks to a clever blend of materials and lighting. Imagined for a flourishing young family, this modern Kiev apartment designed by Ivan Yurima Architects is a great example of finding common design ground within a family.
Place the bed close to a source of natural light and avoid placing it in front of the door or a passage area. The height of the bed must be one you feel comfortable with, but high beds (more than 55 cm) usually accentuate the sensation of comfort. Pick upholstered, leather or patchwork headboards;
The Cowshed House by Carter Williamson Architects boasts high clerestory windows unveiling the beauty of an open floor plan under natural daylight. Within this bright social space, the bedroom mezzanine sits snugged under the long steep roof plane.
Pillows are important to a bed for comfort and design. But there needs to be a balance between too few and being swallowed up by too many pillows. The Sleep Comfortably Foundation suggests two regular-sized sleep pillows for maximum comfort.
Seeing the canopy bed as a place to indulge in a good night’s sleep, designer Susan Jamieson created a master suite in blue, gray, cream, and gold, choosing a gold-finished canopy bed with a luxury Savoir mattress.
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