21,449 framed view Bedroom Design Photos

John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks34,761
Questions22
Balance your bedroom for a better relationship. Apply the same principle of "commanding position" to your bedroom by placing it so that you have a good view of the door from your bed. Placing the bed directly across from the door is considered unlucky, though, so try to keep it off-center. If you are in
bearskin rug and antlers everywhere to get the woodsy look. Just open up the view outside and complement it with warm neutral hues and wood accents.
This house by John Maniscalco — featured abundantly in my ideabook on framing views — places large windows above the bedroom's large openings that almost extend
extend to the floor. This clerestory combines with the horizontal window above the bed to maintain views and privacy when the curtains are pulled shut.
“modern rustic” — nprehm
CTA Architects Engineers
Whitefish Mountain Residence
Ideabooks882
Questions4
Master Suite - The slot window in the master bedroom frames views of the nearby ski slopes,
Slot window for light/view but also privacy too.
The slot window in the main bedroom frames views of the nearby ski slopes, yet maintains privacy from the street. Chair, bed, dresser: Ligne Roset; art above bed: Marshall Noice
“cork” — aggiesprite
Sylco Cabinetry
Duneseye
Ideabooks4,132
Questions4
Frame the viewWhen the view from the window is impressive, think of ways to frame it, so that the eye is drawn to the window seat and then out to the vista beyond. This window has neat shutters that, when open, frame the view and the seat at the same time. At night, they can be shut, bringing the attention
“stripped cushion” — lomerritt
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Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
Cook
Ideabooks5,199
Questions2
A T-shaped floor plan was positioned to take full advantage of unobstructed ocean views and create sheltered outdoor spaces . Windows were positioned to let in maximum natural light, capture ridge and ocean views , while minimizing the sight of nearby structures and roadways from the principle spaces
simple frame-less window allows the view to speak for itself. The design of the room supports that beautifully, working with whats there to create the perfect space.
I love the open feeling and view. Yet another
No window treatments and still looking good- built in seating helps save space and doesn't block view
“nice draws under bed” — gwhizz67
Michael Rex Architects
Mountain Lodge Eclectic
Ideabooks416
Questions0
With that view, I don't think I would ever move from that spot...except to go run in the mountains! So beautiful...
Awesome view! That's where I would want to spend my time
wow...beautiful view!
Scenic view simple pan belling
Window seat with a view....
Guest bedroom perfect view
View from the bedroom
The view...nice view! !...That view!!!...Dream view...Beautiful view...framed view
“look” — ciulacie
Ownby Design
18 Reviews
Ownby Design
Ideabooks20,448
Questions10
I don't think I could concentrate on the tv with a view like THAT!! I'd love to have a room like that!!
Notice 12 inch frame from roof line...
again - the angle gives two directional views
Love the view from the bedroom
Simple clean lines. And well, the view...
seasideThis is the way to make the most of an ocean view – huge windows that fully retract on two sides and a terrace that practically falls into the water. There’s no need ever to venture beyond this room.
Frame with restraintMaking the most of a knockout view like this is a priority, but that doesn’t n
necessarily mean the interior should prostrate itself in front of the view! The two can exist beautifully together if you frame the view, however subtly, to highlight where the inside stops and the panorama starts.
“View!” — vilitan
Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
Chuckanut Ridge
Ideabooks186
Questions1
If you can't have the view, at least you can have a mural!
the view helps...Gorgeous view!...what a view?...framed view...steel frame
“the view helps” — thepeapod
A.GRUPPO Architects - Dallas
2 Reviews
Groveland House
Ideabooks586
Questions2
Love this window framing and sizing!
sheets came out to about $1 per square foot for materials plus labor. To break up the light-diffusing panels, a glass window captures some outdoor views.
cool idea to have strip of window to break up the wall and give eye level views
consider windows for A-frame house
Framed Views. Modern Ceiling Fan
Art in an A-Frame...Views to Outside...LVL Framing
“Ventana” — diherza
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