5,657 sloped ceiling Contemporary Bedroom Design Photos

Bruns Architecture
Midvale Courtyard House
Ideabooks1,951
Questions4
For the new bedroom addition, Hoke and Maniaci wanted an industrial element. Bruns delivered with a composite wood and metal truss sloped ceiling. A partial privacy wall blocks views to and from neighboring houses while
to hide bed + wooden ceiling and beaming. wouldnt be able to put bed anywhere else though
For the new bedroom addition, Hoke and Maniaci wanted an industrial element. Bruns delivered with a composite wood and metal truss sloped ceiling. A partial privacy wall blocks views to and from neighboring houses while preserving the treetop scenery. “It’s quite illuminating up there,” Bruns says. “You
For the new bedroom addition, Hoke and Maniaci wanted an industrial feel. Bruns delivered with a composite wood and metal sloped ceiling. A partial wall for privacy blocks views to and from neighbouring houses while preserving the treetop scenery. ‘It’s quite light up there,’ Bruns
“Purple One wall” — Barb Nolte
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Regal Heights
Ideabooks740
Questions2
Sloped ceilings dictated some of the
Shirley MeiselsSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Sloped ceilings dictated some of the furniture layout in the third-floor master suite, and also make things cozy. Tip: For easy mixing, go monochromatic. "The
done this to the ceiling of our old house. It is easy to do as longs you put the effort in. Also easy to clean because the paint isn't thick enough to have that great of texture.
Wallpaper accent wall with pitched ceiling.
Sloped ceilings dictated some of the furniture layout in the third-floor master suite, and also make things cozy.Tip: For easy mixing, go monochromatic. "The trick is not to fuss about matching," Meisels advises. "Creams and white, grays and beige ... being a bit off is a good thing." She also recommends
“Attic room” — ruthvnelson
Annette English
Esquire 2010
Ideabooks5,904
Questions8
of the bed and connect them to the ceiling with a simple hook. This bed takes another approach and visually floats between fetching strings of custom beads that run between floor and ceiling.
lighting on ceilings to illuminate artwork
Totally different decor and color palette but keep the idea of the 4-poster-wall-to-ceiling-beading and "floating" bed intact.
Another idea of a canopy suspended from the ceiling.
whatever you wish) to one or more corners of the bed and connect them to the ceiling with a simple hook. This bed takes another approach and visually floats between fetching strings of custom beads that run between floor and ceiling.
Faux-Hanging Beds If making major structural changes in your ceiling or walls isn’t an option, you can always fake it. A low-profile platform bed with a floor-mounted structure inset underneath can support the bed from
“nice canopy idea” — lucilliacaudle
Stanislav Ermolenko
Bedroom
Ideabooks13,335
Questions8
I like the different angles in the ceiling and the wooden window frame against the white
Wall panel. Ceiling window. Loft space?
Tuck it under a low ceiling. A sloped ceiling helps to occupy some of the visual space that a tall headboard and piles of pillows would.
“Wood wall” — pamilou
FABRE/deMARIEN
Project Buhan
Ideabooks1,354
Questions0
mezzanine sleeping area with the skylight to make the sloped ceiling not feel too close and also allowing in natural light.
and a bookshelf. A skylight keeps the sloped ceiling from feeling too close and allows for natural light in the tiny nook.
A small mezzanine sleeping space. Skylights & ceiling slope increase openness
keeps the sloped ceiling from feeling too close and allows for natural light in the tiny nook.
skylight can help lift the ceiling (psychologically)
A small sleeping space tucked into the top of the cube is just enough room for a bed, clothes storage and a bookshelf. A skylight keeps the sloped ceiling from feeling too close and allows for natural light in the tiny nook.
A small sleeping space tucked into the top of the cube is just enough room for a bed, clothes storage and a bookshelf. A skylight keeps the sloped ceiling from feeling too close and allows for natural light in the tiny nook.
“galériaágy” — yvetty71
HighCraft Builders
10 Reviews
St. Petes
Ideabooks1,398
Questions6
Altus Ceiling Fan with Optional Light by
Do you know the slope of the roof & the height of the wall?
Hello 469968155. This is actually an aspen ceiling and all that was used to seal it was a clear lacquer! Hope this information is helpful!
awesome ceiling in guest room or bath
ceiling like this but stained darker (orange shellac)
Altus ceiling fan with optional light by Modern Fan Company
Light wood ceiling paneling in bedroom.
cozy, cedar, sloped ceiling, reminds me of a bedroom
Sloped on BOTH sides of the bed?
Cabin. Interior view. Window in roof slope / loft
“Pine ceiling” — molliesr
Contemporary Bedroom
Ideabooks1,711
Questions4
where did you get ceiling fan
Who makes the ceiling fan? Thanks
Looks like a 44" Casa Vieja Probe Ceiling Fan (86879) http://www.lampsplus.com/products/44-inch-casa-vieja-probe-ceiling-fan__86879.html :) Rhoda
white sloped bedroom without wood accents
Cool entrances on the low ceiling for
Natural wood beam. Slope ceiling. Wood floors. White walls.
Love the ceiling fan for bedroom and single beam!
“Fan” — chazster996999
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Addition/Remodel of Historic House in Palo Alto
Ideabooks4,665
Questions3
Hi - Only the ceiling in this space is the western red cedar. Aside from it's use as outdoor decking it is rarely used for interior flooring as it is too soft. This flooring is Brazilian
ceiling nice for areas without timbers
Red cedar ceiling & organic feel
This wood-paneled ceiling is vaulted toward the center of the house.
The red cedar ceiling uses a tongue and groove assembly to conceal the nails and a mitered connection at the corner joints as the wood changes direction with the ceiling framing. The ceiling and flooring add visual interest to
a stunning linear effect. If you have floorboards, it’s natural to feel nervous that panelling the ceiling might be overkill. However, as you can see in this image, the flow and joinery in the ceiling makes it look completely different and not simply a mirrored version of what’s below. The natural shades
“Ceiling. Wow.” — kristinltaylor
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