564 following Bedroom Design Photos

Taylor Jacobson Interior Design
9 Reviews
Hancock Park
The vintage Danish nightstands follow the same idea as the dining chairs: the all-wood pieces were muted down with partial black lacquer; here they play off the black, gold and white wallpaper.
“unusual” — biojill
ALTUS Architecture + Design
3 Reviews
Minnetonka Residence
While the roof does follow the angle of the topography, I feel like the roof's incline is a formal maneuver, allowing the building to appear taller from the front and shorter from the back. Here we can see the bedroom under that roof. The slope is barely perceptible, but the bottom of the clerestory
“high windows in bedroom to make very light bed room” — Steven Holmes
Ashville Inc
3 Reviews
Central London Mews Home
to establish a reasonable frequency of check-ins, either on site or over the phone, to review the previous week’s work and plot a course for the following one. ‘Every client is different, so our process varies,’ says Daniel Louisy. ‘But once the scope of work and a schedule have been agreed, site meetings
“mirror ABOVE bed” — 13jackie
Holly Marder
Houzz Tour: Vintage inspired apartment shines with creativity
Wood & Wool Stool. She knew she possessed a creative streak and talent with a set of crochet needles, so she began working on her first cushion, followed by a blanket. When people started commenting on her crochet works, she opened up an Etsy shop. “Crocheting is a passion,” Chiaratti says. “It is something
“"Granny's" guest bed” — Rachel Cochran Meglio
Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
7 Reviews
Classic Southern Shingle Style Home on Lagoon
This ceiling incorporates two steps of soffits. The first and lowest soffit follows the geometry of the room, as does the area rug directly below it. The higher soffit is a rectangular shape to provide a centering device. This type of ceiling gives an order and structure to a room that incorporates
“recessed lighting in the lower ceiling area, ceiling fan in the tray area.” — kaynice
Janet Paik
Master Bedroom: Heather Hillard Design
harder than it looks. Take your time measuring and taping off each section — it's worth it to prevent bleeding paint and crooked lines later on. Try following the tip in this piece and paint the light base color before the dark stripes.
“Lamp, headborad” — bradysbunch
Janet Paik
Tailor Made Suit(e): Brian Dittmar Design
bedrooms. It can be something bold — like a sports-theme kid's room — or something more subtle, like Dittmar's design. But by giving yourself a path to follow, you'll have less trouble deciding on what pieces to use.Artwork: Jay Kelly, Jung Han Kim
“Like the tabs on the corners” — anarogers
Jennifer Bradford Davis Interior Design
Caribbean Villa III
in a bucket and dipping in the fabric ends, though do a test first to determine how long your fabric will need to stay in the dye, and make sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions for setting the dye.
“Mozzie net?” — jcopekakadu
Follow-up re Emperador width
Hi again, Christine. As a follow-up to my question that you just answered (thanks again), I'm wondering what you would think, design-wise, of the Emperador...
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