8,208 Sleeping Home Design Photos

First Light Studio
First Light House
Ideabooks1,266
Questions0
In one child's room, an accordian hidden ship- bunk behind their real bed for room for a cousin or someone to sleep over: nice
Design idea: Hidden bed compartment. Why: Like a ship’s bunk, this sleeping compartment hides in plain sight during the day — open an accordion door
Design idea: Hidden bed compartment.Why: Like a ship’s bunk, this sleeping compartment hides in plain sight during the day — open an accordion door
Design idea: Hidden bed compartment.Why: Like a ship’s bunk, this sleeping compartment hides in plain sight during the day; open an accordion door
“hidden bed compartments” — jvillarente
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Andra Birkerts Design
8 Reviews
Bunk Room
Ideabooks34,471
Questions19
This room doesn't look all that big but sleeps a ton of people. Great idea for my next home. Love it!
Love how there are quiet spaces in this room which could dual as sleep over areas for friends.
Sleeps several! Like the cozy decor and colors.
footage, lining the walls with multiple queen-size beds is a great way to sleep a crowd. This room is perfect for slumber parties and late-night pillow fights
“Licht und Farbe” — bee4friends
Lands End Development - Designers & Builders
3 Reviews
Sleeping Nook
Ideabooks20,752
Questions7
Nice sleeping nook for slanted walls.
sleeping nook; wood...Creative use of sleeping space...Sleeping nook...Cabin sleeping nook...Sleeping Nook
“Curtains” — bonniesue1950
Starr Sanford Design
4 Reviews
Ladies Street
Ideabooks343
Questions0
Two story porch, 2nd level sleeping porch
Can I add a two story sleeping porch to the back of the house?
Sleeping porches were most common in the American South, where the hot and humid weather made it hard to sleep. They were often extended along the back
Sleeping porch!...Sleeping porches...Sleeping porch...2-level sleeping porch...Sleeping porch....Sleeping porche...sleeping porch...everything.
“sleeping porch” — borealisbill
Yunker Associates Architecture
1 Review
Fauth, Colorado
Ideabooks745
Questions2
Need extra sleep space in guest rooms-love this idea-what are the room
cushioned area? Only drawback is obstruction of view from window over seating/sleep treatment...
bench seat doubling as extra sleeping space
like this added sleeping area below living room window for sleeping
Cozy bench which looks inviting for a nap or extra sleeping area.
this could work for extra sleeping
“Fabrics” — gekmartin
Stephens Design Group
6 Reviews
Hampton Beach House
Ideabooks1,659
Questions1
Bunk room, ladders, cushions and sleeps 12
people...like a sleeping porch...Sleeps 8...multiple sleeping arrangement...Sleeping quarters...sleep over room!
“Why so many? Intrigued.” — aliciabarr
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks29,855
Questions10
the bathroom and bedroom have lower ceilings to accommodate the parent’s sleeping loft above, accessible by a walnut ladder. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
tiny sleeping loft, with window tucked under the eaves
small flex-sleep space to bunk kids when guests take over their bedroom?
The sleeping loft requires the couple to think carefully before bringing anything into the space. "Our general thinking is that if it's not beautiful and
the small loft space underneath the pitched roof transforms into a sweet sleeping space.See the rest of this home
The sleeping loft requires the couple to think carefully before bringing anything into
rting a loft isn’t always about creating a totally separate room. This sleeping mezzanine level makes the most of a pitched roof, squeezing a cosy bedroom
“❤️” — ryandil
Siemasko + Verbridge
15 Reviews
Profile
Ideabooks63,559
Questions32
I see the sleeping loft. Does it have a 1 bedroom anywhere & is the house local? I'm a Siemasko
house is local, located in Marblehead, MA. There is no bedroom, the loft sleeps up to two people. More Siemaskos?! Quite a small world!
kitchen was just made a little cozier with the flat ceiling ... then voilà! Sleeping quarters.
the beach house. Because vacation homes often are crowded with guests, sleeping space can be at a premium. With ladder access, unused upper space can be
tile flooring, for instance, can stand up to wet towels and dirty feet. A sleeping loft is perfect for naps on a warm afternoon.
comfortable, it could be worth it. On the other hand, if you are creating a sleeping loft for kids or don't mind using a ladder yourself, a space-saving ladder
“Pool house” — msaycock
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