393 expanding Bedroom Design Photos

Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Fish Creek Compound Guest House
Ideabooks2,065
Questions3
have corner windows that help expand the sense of space.
corner windows to expand the sense of space
The compact bedrooms have corner windows that help expand the sense of space.
The compact bedrooms have corner windows that help expand the sense of space
The compact bedrooms have corner windows that help expand the sense of space. Windows: Loewen
The compact bedrooms have corner windows that help expand the sense of space. More ways to use glass to dazzling effectWindows: Loewen
“Huge windows” — evredeveld
Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
6 Reviews
Finlay Eichler Major Remodel
Ideabooks4,106
Questions12
SLIDING DOORS / GLASS WALL. Go smaller if … you want indoor-outdoor flow. Instead of spending to expand your master bedroom, consider putting some of that money toward beefing up what’s right outside the door. Sliding glass or French doors leading from
Go smaller if … you want indoor-outdoor flow. Instead of spending to expand your master bedroom, consider putting some of that money toward beefing up what’s right outside the door. Sliding glass or French doors leading from
Instead of spending to expand your master bedroom, consider putting some of that money toward beefing up what’s right outside the door. Sliding glass or French doors leading from
slider to expand small bedroom space have coffee on deck
“Rug” — alicoh
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
Ideabooks12,134
Questions6
Expand and enlarge. "This home's master bedroom and master bath both have a limited amount of available square footage," says Neal Schwartz of Schwartz and
further increased with clerestory windows. "Being able to see a continuous ceiling surface helps make the two rooms feel like one, and it also greatly expands the sense of space," Schwartz says.
“Bed” — lulubellablue
Alexandre Parent
Ecologia Montreal
Ideabooks7,967
Questions14
In the master bedroom, double-glazed windows ensure minimal heat loss during the winter, and recycled white ash floors visually expand the space and heighten its expansiveness. A large square window by the bed faces a maple tree that changes colors seasonally. "It's like a live picture frame," says Karsenti
In the master bedroom, double-glazed windows ensure minimal heat loss during the winter, and recycled white ash floors visually expand the space and heighten its expansiveness. A large square window by the bed faces a maple tree that changes colours seasonally. ‘It’s like a live picture
“Color” — huey7576
Papazian R.A.
Eyebrow House (Featured in "Portlandia")
Ideabooks1,104
Questions0
This is a fabulously modern idea for expanding an old house.
Portlandia expanded
“Ceiling design.” — gngrant
Molly McGinness Interior Design
10 Reviews
Nightstand Detail
Ideabooks3,732
Questions8
like the idea of an expanded headboard
If you already have a headboard but would like to expand it, you may be able to add panels rather than buying an entire new headboard.
“liking how the headboard extends on either side” — laurenknudsen
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
Master Bedroom
Ideabooks8,542
Questions7
blue to expand room - read article about warm/cool colors
A blue wall tends to make a room feel larger. This is important to know if you have a small room that you want to expand rather than make more intimate and close.
“Wall color” — moallam
PAVONETTI Office of Design
Garden St. Residence
Ideabooks777
Questions3
down the line,” Shane says. “There’s no master suite or walk-in closets. The concept was just to get a house that we liked in the neighborhood, then expand over time as our family needs grow.” The master bedroom is essentially two bedrooms with a sliver of a wall separating them. “We don’t actually need
down the line,” Shane says. “There’s no master suite or walk-in closets. The concept was just to get a house that we liked in the neighborhood, then expand over time as our family needs grow.”The master bedroom is essentially two bedrooms with a sliver of a wall separating them. “We don’t actually need
“Dresser” — Amber Humphrey
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