83,081 modern bedroom lighting ideas Home Design Photos

Stonebrook Design Build
3 Reviews
Guest House and Office
Ideabooks11,450
Questions6
I like the angled desk idea. Though it needs a keyboard tray.
I wish my office looked like this...all the light coming in.
This might work in the downstairs bedroom
Idea for single car garage remodel
The idea of a tv in the study
Lots of counter and french door to garden and lots of natural light
An idea for the office after retirement.
NOTE THE SCREEN, but this use of space is not modern, not open, not functional it is all about "having places to put things out of sight" whereas
“O ângulo” — idecor2
TerraCotta Properties
6 Reviews
Clairemont Whole House Renovation
Ideabooks2,462
Questions3
Propeller Suspension Light by George Nelson
Need color palette for coral bedroom
My bedroom lamps? Lamps + Mirrors Here?
dark crown contrast with the light color wall
Love the idea of using multiple mirrors.
Do not like the off setting color, but again another idea of the two pieces for the crown molding. Should be the same color as well as the space in between
The team updated the lighting, paint, fireplace surround and hearth, mixing in midcentury modern and contemporary elements. Table: Big Sur, Crate & Barrel; sideboard: Williams-Sonoma Home; mirrors: Dubois Mirror, Crate & Barrel; rug: Myer's Carpets; vases: CB2
changes: Putting in overhead lights where none existed or installing new sconces can make a world of difference in how you experience your space. If you are a "forever renter" you may be able to a) convince your landlord to pay for an electrician to install new light fixtures and sconces, or b) decide it's worth
“LOVE THE DARK MOLDING” — norarobert
Carla Aston | Interior Designer
11 Reviews
Showhouse Bedroom for Teen Girl
Ideabooks12,491
Questions7
Vintage modern style, Miro Dvorscak - photographer Check out how this room was designed at the link above!
Where did you get the light fixture?
Where did you get this light fixture?
The ceiling fixture is from Circa Lighting. The eyeball floor lamp was purchased from E-bay, it's vintage.
Barbara Barry light for Haley's room
“Ana room” — karinaapodaca
Robert Brown Interior Design
Transitional Residence by Robert Brown
Ideabooks16,459
Questions9
A bold pattern brings excitement to this chic bedroom by acclaimed designer Robert Brown.
Yes, can you tell me who's the maker of bedroom set? Thank you
wall framing idea for living room downstairs
Pictures above keep the space more traditional while the furnishings are more modern
Curtains (would be great for blue guest bedroom
“Pretty bedding” — ampaulson8797
FINNE Architects
23 Reviews
Eagle Harbor Cabin
Ideabooks6,862
Questions8
simple volumes: a large open living/dining/kitchen space with an open timber ceiling structure and a 2-story “bedroom tower,” with the kids’ bedroom on the ground floor and the parents’ bedroom stacked above. The interior spaces are wood paneled, with exposed framing in the ceiling. The cabinets use PLYBOO
number of sustainable or “green” building features, including 2x8 construction (40% greater insulation value); generous glass areas to provide natural lighting and ventilation; large overhangs for sun and snow protection; and metal siding for maximum durability. Sustainable interior finish materials include
i like those lights! What brand/model are they? Thanks.
Hi, Thanks for your question about the pendant lights at our Eagle Harbor Cabin project. The lights are called CIRO, and they are made by BRUCK. I designed the custom curved steel hanging bar, and it was fabricated by a Seattle metal and lighting shop. --Nils Finne, AIA
“forma do tampo” — ppinheiro
Heydt Designs
4 Reviews
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
Ideabooks7,544
Questions7
Am I crazy? No way that fixture is the tagged Ikea? Any ideas on source of it?
Avery bedroom. White w hot pink
Bedroom opens to small porch upstairs
This is just gorgeous and I love it to death. This is the quality light touch without refitting to a brown or bridge pallet
"We added the balcony to the girls' room to complement the master bedroom patio and to create an exterior architectural element over the breakfast nook," says Heydt.
“attic bedroom for girls upstairs” — letsgohome
Mosby Building Arts
41 Reviews
Modern Master Suite Remodel
Ideabooks2,871
Questions6
more modern design to fit the vintage of their home. A St. Louis County mid-century modern ranch home from 1958 had a long hallway to reach 4 bedrooms. With some of the children gone, the owners longed for an enlarged master suite with a larger bathroom. By using the space of an unused bedroom, the
the floorplan was rearranged to create a larger master bathroom, a generous walk-in closet and a sitting area within the master bedroom. Rearranging the space also created a vestibule outside their room with shelves for displaying art work. Photos by Toby Weiss @ Mosby Building Arts
Can you tell me which dual flush toilet this is and where the light fixtures are from? Thanks!
Gris Linen in the 12x12" size, with an "accent rug" made by using the 2x2" version. It adds another design element without detracting from the clean, modern lines. Thank you for your question.
“Wood fonish” — debbibees
Swatt | Miers Architects
5 Reviews
Tea Houses
Ideabooks21,300
Questions10
Where did you get the pendant light? Love!
I'm moving house and I need an idea for a child's lounge
roll under sink idea, and wow shower
The stone the natural light and the rain shower!
The natural light from up above the use of walk
Love the natural light and the combo of rough wood and dark grey walls
Love the sky light, they recommend a special self cleaning coating.
cases a skylight may be the only way to open up a bathroom. In those cases location and size are important. This one sits below the shower, casting light down the wall and allowing for glances up when one soaks in the tub.
thinking bolder and bigger. The skylight runs the length of the bathing space and a full half of its width. Not only does this preclude the need for lighting during the day, but it reinforces special zones in the space. The bathtub and sink area have a lower ceiling and are by contrast darker.Tip: Consider
“Omg” — Kate Brandt-Mueller
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