1,218 custom built in beds with integrated nightstand Home Design Photos

Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Bedroom Built-ins
Ideabooks64
Questions0
Light above bed and that it turns into nightstand w pull out
BED BACK...Bedroom Built-ins...built ins...custom bed
“Light above bed and that it turns into nightstand w pull out” — erikaglang
Pamela Foster & Associates, Inc.
12 Reviews
Pamela Foster & Associates, Inc.
Ideabooks185
Questions2
i think these are 2 foot off floor with room above nightstand still
Bedding idea - not colors. Rug
Custom built/ painted mantle with
bed linens...Custom Fireplace...Custom Mantle
“Belle Grove Buff” — colorsrme
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Red Walls
Ideabooks3,051
Questions2
Hi. Thanks for you inquiry. This was actually a custom fire feature that our firm designed specifically for the project.
Nice integration of wood and hard scape
wood integrated with stone
Wooden built-in bench
bed lumber
“Firepit” — acorrale
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Sunol Landscape
Ideabooks2,702
Questions5
These are JELD-WEN's custom line with Panda Lift &Side Doors
Can you tell me what integral color you used in the concrete here?
It is integrally colored concrete with a light wash finish. I wouldn't recommend marble outdoors, but
concrete color It is integrally colored concrete
Front steps with built in planter box
“Different color door/material than the siding. Very nice look” — ubundle
Interiors By Darren James
1 Review
Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks1,993
Questions4
Miele appliances have been integrated into the wall enhancing the cutting edge European look whilst also providing all the functional requirements of the clients demanding cooking style. To make the heights of the combi oven and combi steam (including warming drawer) align, a custom stainless steel drawer
view, yet easily accessible whilst also providing another work centre for the client. Elements of the cabinetry extend to the sunroom where a custom made day bed has been incorporated into the existing bay window area creating visual continuity and cohesion The project demonstrated some design constraints
the owners had only dream of, but one that would reflect the quality of the home. The brief was very clear: to create an open-plan kitchen that integrated into the living room whilst still remaining a defined space; provided direct physical and visual access to the newly landscaped outdoor pool and
“induction” — davidtandy
Amy Cuker, MBA, LEED AP
12 Reviews
boys bedroom - watch out for that wall map!
Ideabooks55
Questions1
a wall sized map provides style and a geography lesson for this preteen boy. a custom locker stores his stuff in style.
bookshelves were custom built by the contractor to be recessed into the wall between the studs. The contractor is Daedalus Design Build.
shelves built into walls
“Map” — erminia78
Heather Merenda
Chic Colorful Condo
Ideabooks427
Questions1
Dresser is Nyvoll from Ikea. Also has a nightstand for $100 with medium wood color finish
beautiful, unobstructed views of Mount Baker from the living room and the twin peaks of The Lions in the bedroom.The master bedroom features a custom bed frame with built-in clothing storage.Side table: HomeSense; dresser: Nyvoll, Ikea; throw blanket: 18Karat; floor lamp: HomeSense; vases: West Elm
“Album” — skittles6
KUBE architecture
22 Reviews
Foggy Bottom Residence
Ideabooks1,659
Questions2
river stones. The upper level is more subdued and tranquil. Warm maple flooring replaces the blood-wood, which emerges only in the finish of the custom master bed (an echo of the finish on the floor below). Two bedrooms and a high-end bathroom with a shower TV, 24" radius "rain" showerhead, and skylight
from home" for the Atlantic-hopping client and his family. Since the house is only 11' wide the over-riding goal was to maximize open space and create built-in storage and furniture, using the floor area as efficiently as possible. The main floor is completely open between front and rear in an effort to
the space from interior to garden. The two long walls define the space. On the right a "warm" wall of wood which houses storage needs (including a built-in desk) accentuates the main sitting area, with the wood flooring sliding up the wall and across the ceiling. The opposite "cool" wall is defined by
“900 sq ft house” — becky123123
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Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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