29,036 lighted. Bedroom Design Photos

Jason Snyder
Brian Mendelssohn
2-by-4 wood studs pulled from one of his development projects. "We save all old wood and reuse it somehow," he says. He pressure washed the wood, lightly sanded it with a palm sander, then sealed it with Bona Mega. The loft is bolted together 7 feet off the ground, leaving about 7 feet above the bed
“loft bed” — Anna Mapes
Lindsay von Hagel
Dallas: Alicia + Adam
A triptych of Adam's original paintings sits above a 1960s vanity. The mirror reflects the natural light from the windows on the opposite wall.
“Wall above door” — gabumstead
Dianne Davant and Associates
Modern Mountain Home
velvet panels and open to the same high ceiling. A gas fireplace warms up the space. A musical note art piece helps balance out the dark firebox on the light wall.Headboard fabric: So Chic in Petal, Kravat; panels, ottomans, throw pillows: Halo Style; music note art piece: Natural Curiosities
“open ceiling????” — itsabouttime07
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
West Chelsea Loft
shopping. It will help you and your dealer find a rug that works with your key colors. Keep in mind that dark rugs will bring your ceiling down, and light rugs will make your ceiling seem higher. If you are not sure which rug will match your room, most dealers will allow buyers try out a rug at home for
“combination of reds and oranges, warm and inviting” — Janet
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
like it emerged from that wand. Lucite lamps are great for smaller bedrooms as they don’t take up much visual volume. Check out the Bubbles Ceramic Light for another fun bubble lamp.
“Color” — utelycke
Normal Projects
1 Review
Unfolding Apartment
Royal BlueDarker shades of blue can be tricky to work with as they, like all dark hues, tend to suck all the light from a room and make it feel cavelike. This room, however, with its wall of windows and its white walls, can accommodate the deep, intense blue cabinetry
“seen” — manishcena1991
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Beach House Bridgehampton
dilutes their ability to shock and makes even a strong color, like acid green, feel restful.When working with bright colors, be mindful of the amount of light the room gets: This space could be blinding if it got a lot of intense, direct sun.
“Bed” — sten1
Jessica Bennett Interiors
5 Reviews
Newport Beach Project
femininity to a bedroom while remaining faithful to the beach style. Keep the bedcover neutral and use framed prints of coral or other sea life and a light throw in the vibrant hue.
“Coral shelves” — danimsc
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