84,794 Custom Design Bedroom Design Photos

Rethink Design Studio
3 Reviews
Bedroom 3
Hi there! The bedside tables are an old West Elm piece. We powder coated the hardware mint green for a custom look.
Rethink Design Studio
“serene” — momofriend
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Nationally recognized Interior Designer featured on HGTV. Full service design firm specializing in design solutions for inspired living.
Rockridge Building Company
4 Reviews
Discovery Hill
Architectural design for master
“Beams, large window, and window seats” — kennaleigh115
Holly Bender Interiors
12 Reviews
Contemporary Transitional Eclectic Guest Room / Office
Eclectic Guest Room / Office with a mix of vintage pieces and modern geometric bedding. Modern pops of Orange and Turquoise with Neutral background. Design by Holly Bender of Holly Bender Interiors. Photo by Scott Hargis Photography.
The Ikat shams in the back are from Anthropologie and the orange ones in the front are from Williams-Sonoma Home. The blue coral one in front is custom made.
“Like this room” — eridav
Pinnacle Architectural Studio
Moore Residence
Ottoman has been custom designed for that room
Room design
“Room design” — patsdsu
Sroka Design, Inc.
1 Review
In The Country
This is Karastan New Zealand wool carpet that has been custom fabricated to an area rug. The style is called French Check and the color has been phased out, however there are 6 other colors available.
Sroka Design, Inc.
“painting a door” — rtvoorhies
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
40 Reviews
Master Bedroom
love the comforter at the bottom of bed. Who makes it? Custom material?
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
“tv” — bwarelangston
Contemporary Bedroom
I LOVE the bedding, especially the embroidery design. Can you please give info on where to purchase? Thanks.
All bedding is custom from E. Braun in NYC.
Door design
“sliding door” — unathi_zungu
hughesumbanhowar architects
6 Reviews
Big Timber Riverside
That fireplace is made by Orb fireplaces. We did a custom patina in the field.
Not this room but they did an interesting thing in designing the second floor, they took ladders to the site and climbed to the right height to find the best views to align windows to.
The view of Crazy Mountains was chosen in the field. “When we were designing the house, we took 14-foot-high ladders to the site and climbed up to survey the view,” says the architect.A wraparound balcony allows the owners to step into the scenery, and a suspended fireplace pivots to allow them to enjoy
“Large lighted bedroom” — jguizar
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