3,445 materials Bedroom Design Photos

Giambastiani Design
Master Bedroom
Break it up. If you have a tall wall like this, add a paint line or horizontal material to define where the ceiling typically would be. A subtle change of direction in wall paneling would also help add to the effect.
“Long chair” — mariamthabet
Camilla Molders
1 Review
Camilla Molders Design
dimmer switch• A simple alarm clock• Wonderful sheets• Blackout shades• Small water carafe• Scented or beeswax candle• Linen spray• Inspiring reading material
“wallpaper” — mboka
Erika Bierman Photography
8 Reviews
Shirri Dolgin for Good Shepherd Charity Project
Garnet draperies give this bedroom an enveloping feel. Dark curtains can feel oppressive in a material such as velvet or corduroy, so keeping them sheer helps to lighten their intensity.
“Yellow and Purple need to break up all that purple in my room” — pintarelli
Tanna Green Architects
Fairlight House
16. Maximum storageThe space above the bedroom tables can be utilised seamlessly in a smaller room. There is still room for alarm clocks, reading material and lamps, but the two additional cupboards can be used to store everything from spare pillows to favourite books.
“Built ins” — romaineriddle
Michael Abrams Limited
21 Reviews
2011 Dream Home Bedroom at Merchandise Mart
room's walls are covered in Beadazzled Flexible Glass Bead Wallcovering. A room in a neutral color palette gives you an opportunity to include unusual materials and surfaces.
“颜色” — zym2010
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
Carcary Residence
Supersize itIf you mean it, why not shout about it? These hugs and kisses symbols are the industrial alternative to soppy hearts. Big and bold, their material echoes the contemporary metal four-poster bed – another original take on a romantic message.
“Shona painted the master bedroom floors black but stuck to white with the linens. The nightstand is” — Julie Mahle
Mia Rao Design
13 Reviews
Modern High-Rise
of the bed up and towards the bedhead, tuck back the excess fabric and bring the whole lot down and tuck it under the mattress. Making sure all the material is smooth is the key. Once you’ve tested out the technique, repeat daily. With results this rewarding, you’re bound to be inspired to improve.
“Simple” — madgenoir
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
furniture in this nook complicates the "when was it designed" challenge, even with the laptop in the frame. Help electronics blend by introducing materials that coordinate with them. In this case, the chrome chair leg speaks to the silver treatment on the laptop, while the woods of the desk and file cabinet
“Corner desk” — lbrink07
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