North Fork Residence - Master BedroomContemporary Bedroom, Seattle
Photo by Art Grice
What Houzz contributors are saying:
2. Go for lots of natural light. Your body relies on light as its cue to snap into gear. The more windows you have near your bed, the easier it will be to wake up in the morning. If you live in a secluded setting such as this, you can leave them bare so as not to block a speck of sun; just be sure that your outdoor surroundings are dark enough not to keep you awake at night.
We are never home to enjoy our amazing bedroom.
One space that includes a roofline running in the opposite direction as the major volume is the master bedroom, visible on the far left in the previous photo. The space opens up toward the trees and view, with an elevation that is articulated with large windows, a sunshade and a clerestory window above.