Keeping it simple in terms of colors, furniture and light means creating a comfortable interior design where you feel at home. To achieve a dashing masculine vibe, details carefully constructing the space should take into account 10 contemporary elements that every home needs. Within a country hills residence by Holland Design House, the bedroom design was chosen to reflect masculinity and force, yet remain simple and elegant.
Best displayed under soaring ceilings, mezzanines are versatile, functional spaces that help better lit up and ventilate a home and extend visual reach, creating inviting social spaces. This intermediate floor can help add a certain vibe to the space, illuminating it or defining a new purpose for a different portion of the same space.
We’ve seen contemporary design including the owner’s hobbies. Black and white bedrooms: that’s an idea that can’t go wrong, right? At least not in the hands of Polish studio Kasia Orwat, who took this apartment in Poland and turned it into a raw and masculine crib with an unapologetically simple bedroom design.
From the huge, three-meter-wide Great Bed of Ware said to have accommodated four couples (showcased at the Victoria and Albert Museum), to the minimalist canopy bed designs we see today, this fascination with canopy beds comes in many shapes and sizes. Awnings can also be added to a bed to create this illusion of a canopy and break the monotony of the bedroom’s design, as Fabrizia Frezza Architecture did in the example above.
Le Couvent Loft is, as you might have guessed, a former convent. Created in 1750 by Napoleon’s wife, Josephine, this 25 square meter loft in Val d’Oise (only 15 km north of Paris) displays a chic living space mezzanine above the hallway, kitchen and dining space.
There are so many ways to create a beautiful curtained bed and enjoy tranquil nights! Making the bed the central focus is mandatory in this case. Above you can see an example of how far we’ve come in designing luxurious bedrooms staring canopy beds.I’m sure you’ll love the bedroom of La Quinta residence by Willetts Design and Associates.
But there’s more to the sheet secret than thread count. Shortly after the Westin Hotel brand introduced the Heavenly Bed, Westin’s internal survey of overall guest loyalty and satisfincreased dramatically, and these satisfaction scores have continued to increase over the years. Westin customers love the white, fluffy Heavenly Bed.
Balancing dark floors and a sunken white oak platform, this modern New York Urban Retreat by Paul Rudolph displays a floating staircase leading up to the living area mezzanine. Little intervention was necessary to update the 1960s home, one of which is the glass railing that keeps the design fresh and the visual connection at maximum.
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