Those sleek silver hues continue into the master bedroom. Here, a chrome canopy bed and matching buffet will surely make the owners feel like royalty, while soft pillows and linens encourage rest and relaxation.
Naturally, this San Francisco condo includes an equally impressive guest room! A plush platform bed invites visitors to stretch out and snooze, while a corner mirror gives them room to freshen up later.
A sleek wood bed unit blends with the natural wood ceilings of this modern and minimal bedroom. Exterior walls of glass open the space to stunning views of the rugged, hilly surrounding landscape. A rustic accent wall further ties the space to its natural site.
With its tall exterior walls of glass, this modern bedroom gets a sweeping view of the surrounding rugged and hilly terrain. A natural wood ceiling provides an organic element that connects the space to the outdoors. A broad overhang, part of the flat, modern roof line, provides some shelter from the sunlight that streams into the space.
This boy's room goes beyond the basic kid's bedroom thanks to contemporary furniture and sleek but colorful bedding. A dark nightstand provides storage and a place for a reading lamp. Crisp white bedding has a fun orange border, complementing the nearby orange-trimmed Roman shade.
A textured wall, fun lighting and an uber-modern upholstered bed turn this bedroom-with-a-view into a teenager's dream. The bed provides a fun pop of color in the stark while space. Draw draperies block light and offer privacy, while allowing the space to maintain a strong connection to the outdoors.
This bedroom's fire engine red walls are offset by green accents, including throw pillows and a ladder affixed to the wall above the bed. White bedside lamps and a pendant light brighten up the saturated space.
Wall panels break up the conventional structure of the master bedroom, adding dimension and flexibility to the space. A fireplace and two armchairs make a cozy seating area; the bathroom is behind the half wall.
This serene master bedroom in neutral tones feels calm and inviting. Separated from the modern staircase by milk glass screens, the space continues the modern design found throughout the rest of the home.
Even though the master bedroom is on the small side, homeowners didn't want to forfeit functionality, so designers gained floor space where they could. They mounted floating nightstands to either side of the wall for extra storage underneath. They also created a floor-to-ceiling wall of closet space, adding storage without bringing extra, bulky furniture into the space. These additions kept the master bedroom space sleek and modern without sacrificing functionality and storage.