1,179 homeowners Bedroom Design Photos

Shaw Coates
Rancho Santa Fe House
2. Spanish-style '60s ranch in Rancho Santa Fe, California. The homeowners, expecting their first child, appreciated the home's great bones, including the high ceilings and open plan, as well as having a master bedroom and
“black bed” — tuckerbob
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On top of Cologne's inner city
Opposite the bed, a large drum table, vintage travel bags, Moroccan ottomans and a glass box displaying antique books and a globe highlight the homeowner's eclectic tastes.Side table: Brass Drum Lamp Table, Timothy Oulton
“good bedroom colors... and some of the accessories” — themccurdys
Bedroom Niche
nursery/guest room space faced: It's an odd shape and there is only one real spot for a bed. The bed's built-in storage drawers freed up space for the homeowners to create a desk and seating area.
“fit of bed under eave” — Lori Edelman
Splendid Willow
5. Go subtle. As if the high-gloss Prussian blue paint weren't enough of a knockout on this rehabbed dresser, the homeowner added one more decadent touch: small lion's head drawer pulls, which lend a top note of panache and presence.
“Navy” — debrouss
Chris Kauffman
Beach Cottage style bedroom
This homeowner used a vinyl monogram on the wall above the bed to really personalize their space.
“high wainscotting” — karenguay
Betty's Room, LLC
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Fit for a McQueen
furniture, are more invasive," she says. "They get on kitchen counters. Cats have more available cubic footage than dogs. They can get anywhere.”Most homeowners respond by giving cats other things to scratch on, which often satisfies this need. But while scratching posts are good, "nobody wants to look at
“Less damage by cats” — Judith Glassing
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Pacific Heights Residence
European oak bed and white cowhide rug soften the clean, minimalist design. Practical luggage racks at the end of the bed provide a place for the homeowner's suitcases.
“Great idea. Don't want guests to move in so why not suitcase rack and get rid of dresser” — 2moons98
Buckets of Burlap
Rustic Headboard
Recycled wood and pallet pieces are everywhere these days, but I love how this homeowner chose to leave the wood different heights. What a bold move!
“Bed” — Sarah Kentoffio
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