565 SLEEPING PORCH Hall Design Photos

Shannon Malone
I think that sleeping nook is the best idea especially with the privacy curtain!
I love this, although traditional, I really like the idea of a sleeping porch for family/guests. Maybe a bed or two tucked in along a hallway and built in book shelves are lovely.
love the combined sleep work space as an option within a bunk room setting
sleep nooks behind a window wall
India in America: Enclosed Porch idea
“Clever use of space!” — millie1000
Holly Marder
The home of Fabiana and Rocco
hammocks inside - porch, deck, rec room, sleeping porch on peninsula
“Indoor hammocks” — Gabriel Meyer
Ballard + Mensua Architecture
20 Reviews
New Life for Old Gem in Chevy Chase
sleeping porch
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Ballard + Mensua Architecture
20 Reviews
New Life for Old Gem in Chevy Chase
sleeping porch
Damian Farrell Design Group
3 Reviews
Transitional Lakeside Residence
sleeping porch
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Ski House
rolling barn doors conceal additional sleeping bunks. © Ken Gutmaker Photography
the sleeping area available via hallway stowed away but sliding door
barn sliders for the sleeping quarters
This is a clever use of this space in several ways. Not only did the designer stick bunk beds in this little niche for more sleeping space, but he also chose a wood sliding door (which melds great with the natural wood beams) to hide it. A typical door would have had to open into the tight hallway,
“Door” — Victoria Peters
Rethink Design Studio
3 Reviews
Sleeping Loft
The second story of this form-meets-function beach house acts as a sleeping nook and family room, inspired by the concept of a breath of fresh air. Behind the white flowing curtains are built in beds each adorned with a nautical reading light and built-in hideaway niches. The space is light and airy
rattan furniture, mid-century painted pieces, and a cool hangout spot for the kids. Wall Color: Super White - Benjamin Moore Floors: Painted 2.5" porch-grade, tongue-in-groove wood. Floor Color: Sterling 1591 - Benjamin Moore
Hi. Thanks for the inquiry. We went with a porch grade tongue and groove hardwood flooring that we then painted grey.
Upstairs in the sleeping loft, rooms with twin beds are sectioned off with simple white curtains to make maximum use of the space.See more of this beach home
“Attic” — kellyavon00
Michelle Fries, BeDe Design, LLC
2 Reviews
Woman Lake
I love the sleeping space !!!
tiny private reading/sleeping nooks with curtains
Great spot for extra sleeping space.
great idea of multiple sleeping area's, but with privacy & storage
sleeping alcove, maybe
Cubby for sleeping...Cool sleeping nook...Sleeping cubby
“Upstairs...?...” — bonnie2308
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