309,251 extra bedroom Home Design Photos

Skyring Architects
1 Review
Open plan living area
Ideabooks4,951
Questions9
I LOVE this space! We're considering taking out a small useless bedroom too, to add to living space. I'd love to have a visual on where the bedroom used to be? Was it on the left, where the banquette/dining table are? Don't
Oh good to know! Their feature read as though a bedroom had been removed. Thanks for the prompt feedback and good advice!
This is a totally new part of the house. The bedrooms are at the other end. Its unlikely you will be able to do exposed structure like this
remove a bedroom. Could removing a bedroom open up your living space in a way that makes more sense for your household? If so, think about what's stopping you. There are so many homes out there with dinky little bedrooms tacked on to the first-floor plan just for the sake of having an extra bedroom on paper
“simple but effective” — nathanr21
Interiors by Cary Vogel
3 Reviews
Desert Contemporary
Ideabooks1,095
Questions3
Metallic fabric headboard; great bachelor pad bedroom
Master bedroom...Extra bedroom...Guest bedroom...Secondary bedroom
“bedroom” — dog breeder
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
Phinney Ridge Seattle
Ideabooks1,303
Questions3
heating, cooling and cleaning. Think through whether you really need that extra bedroom, extra bath and extra sink. How often will they be used? If they’re for infrequent guests or occasional parties, you may want to rethink the extra square footage.
deck: A deck opens off the main living area and cantilevers over a small addition Wilson added to expand the master bedroom. The awning is frosted acrylic and was custom designed. Outdoor fireplace: Modfire
heating, cooling and cleaning. Think through whether you really need that extra bedroom, extra bath and extra sink. How often will they be used? If they’re for infrequent guests or occasional parties, you may want to rethink the extra square footage.
“not in yellow” — abigailhoffman
JAMES DIXON ARCHITECT PC
25 Reviews
Hudson Valley Farmhouse
Ideabooks2,500
Questions9
at odd angles to make it feel like the bathtub, sink and toilet were plunked down in an old attic space or extra bedroom. “I live in an 18th-century farmhouse that was once a lot of small bedrooms. Some were converted to bathrooms,” he says. “They tend to be very quirky, so making a new bathroom look this
often put into attic space or spare bedrooms = roomy with oddly pitched ceilings Make it look like a spare room. Again, think back to the time when farmhouse owners switched from an outhouse to an indoor bathroom: Most people ran their new plumbing into a spare bedroom or an attic space. So the new bathrooms
Again, think back to the time when farmhouse owners switched from an outhouse to an indoor bathroom: Most people ran their new plumbing into a spare bedroom or an attic space. So the new bathrooms were generally spacious and had odd ceiling angles. Plus, it meant that the orientation of the bathtub, sink
“simply and spacious.” — ParrotUncle
knowles ps
4 Reviews
Cascadia Residence 09
Ideabooks7,494
Questions10
in love with this tub and had to have it," says Colleen Knowles of knowles ps. "It worked perfectly in this older home, where we transformed an extra bedroom into a fabulous master bathroom. The vanities and tub look like furniture items set around the room in an interesting way, and the layout leaves
“Tile” — amcaine
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Concord Green Home
Ideabooks5,600
Questions4
Angela, art studio feel for bedroom
reflecting the warmth from the sun. This room is another flexible space that can be used as a studio, home office, exercise room, playroom or extra bedroom. All of the mechanical necessities are tucked underneath the other gable, leaving this space open and usable. "If you ask me whether it is better
Take over the attic. If you have extra space in your attic and need a home studio, consider renovating it. Dormer windows and/or skylights can be added to let in the natural light. See the
“The smart use of an attic” — Nini Falcon
Peg Berens Interior Design LLC
4 Reviews
An Inspired Office/Study in Hollywood Regency Style - Robert Naik photography
Ideabooks3,600
Questions7
Try three rooms in one. This glamorous yet functional office for two was converted from an extra bedroom."An old closet was reconfigured into a reading/sleeping nook and was sized to hold a twin-size Tempur-Pedic mattress," says Peg Berens. "There's even a television installed on the right wall of the
“Gostei do tampo em couro verde!” — mapassos
Modern Exterior
Ideabooks428
Questions0
steel exoskeleton stretches past the house's elevation, uniting indoor and outdoor spaces. A guest house/garage is on the right and provides an extra bedroom suite, a laundry room and a gallery-like space.
“BRILLIANT!” — cheftatie
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