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Michigan ResidenceTraditional Bedroom, Detroit

David Reeve Architectural Photography; This vacation home is located within a narrow lot which extends from the street to the lake shore. Taking advantage of the lot's depth, the design consists of a main house and an accesory building to answer the programmatic needs of a family of four. The modest, yet open and connected living spaces are oriented towards the water.

Since the main house sits towards the water, a street entry sequence is created via a covered porch and pergola. A private yard is created between the buildings, sheltered from both the street and lake. A covered lakeside porch provides shaded waterfront views.

Small elegant guest light wood floor bedroom photo in Detroit with beige walls —  Houzz
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Bruno Nascimento wrote:Jan 1, 2014
  • Corey McChesney
    it's intended to store a laptop, not exactly to be a desk.
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    Jedanna Owens
    I've never seen an older child or an adult fall out of its bed, why would they do so here? I think the is visually lovely, even if it's not perfect.
cindystrahan wrote:Aug 23, 2013
preciousjw wrote:Jul 14, 2013
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    Hamilton Snowber Architects
    The overall dimensions of this Bunkroom are 14'-6" x 6'-6". The width of the bunk you're seeing is 6'-6".
  • Sandy Bellringer
    what is the height of the room?
pmgilligan wrote:Jan 25, 2013
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    Hamilton Snowber Architects
    The quilt was owned by the client prior to construction.
  • torryj
    I can make the bedspreads for you. Please contact me at vtorica@msn.com
jas2glo2mad wrote:Aug 21, 2013
robertoandrose wrote:Aug 21, 2013
Nancy Klytta-Ippolito wrote:Mar 24, 2014
    cbreeze33 wrote:Aug 31, 2013
      sarah1shuler14 wrote:Jul 3, 2013
        vdelacruz83 wrote:Apr 24, 2013

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          Kelly Porter added this to Give Your Small White Room a BoostJun 22, 2016

          1. Add height. There’s a common saying that applies to small rooms: When you can’t build out, build up. Loft beds are great space-savers in small bedrooms, and built-in cabinets and drawers can stretch a room’s floor plan.To create visual depth, use off-white on the walls and a crisp white for the built-ins. Finish off the look with colorful bedding — perhaps in patriotic hues — and your small bedroom will make a big statement.Similar paint color to try: Summer White from Sherwin-Williams.

          Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Single Design Moves That Can Transform a Child’s RoomJul 2, 2014

          Even a single quilt can be that one magical thing. Sure, this is a really efficient use of space. But that Americana quilt totally wakes up the room.

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          splashomatic added this to Doug's Bedroom4 days ago

          Elevate your bed? But I think your ceilings may be too low

          Aaron Wang added this to Aaron's ideasMay 12, 2019

          Great idea for the loft bed within small space

          Mary Catherine Anderson added this to Clare’s bedroomMay 3, 2019

          This loft idea is brilliant for saving space that would be wasted under a bed, eliminates the need for a dresser, and creates a desk space.

          skarstol99 added this to Deans room upstairsMay 1, 2019

          Neat build in. I would make a matching computer desk on the opposite wall (by door). Not sure he would like to always sleep in a bunk though. Likely not.

          lwjw added this to MegMay 1, 2019

          so cute with bed, desk, and drawers

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