In the master bedroom, designers kept the modern theme at the forefront of their design with simple, muted colors and clean lines, then they brought in heavy, wood grained furniture to incorporate the rustic feel into the space.
Relax on the double chaise longue while taking in the surrounding city view. The concrete floor's reflective epoxy finish gives you a feeling of floating on air. Design by HGTV Star contestant Tylor Devereaux
Gray and Blue Bedroom with Textured Wallpaper, Upholstered Headboard
This bedroom in neutral grays and rich blues is married with plenty of texture. The room features a steel blue upholstered headboard with nailhead trim, neutral gray wallpaper in a textured pattern with metallic accents, and blue transitional-style nightstands with ceramic blue-patterned table lamps.
Neutral and Blue Bedroom with Textured Wallpaper, Blue Nightstands
This spacious master bedroom in shades of blue, neutral woods and plenty of texture features a wooden bed with blue upholstered nailhead headboard, accent wall in textured wallpaper, a contemporary console table, and blue textured nightstands with blue patterned table lamps.
For the master bedroom in this modern home, designers chose a simple design. The warm neutral color palette makes the space feel inviting, while pops of blue add color and depth and Modern fixtures dotted throughout the space keep it feeling clean and connected to the rest of the home.
Vibrant blue artwork bursts from the wall of this modern bedroom, invigorating the space with life and personality. A more subtle shade of navy blue blankets the bed, ensuring the space is fit for relaxation.
A soft gray platform bed is dressed a a chevron bedspread and Ikat pillow, bringing pattern and texture to the space. Natural wood is used for the ceiling, floors and walls, while one floor-to-ceiling glass wall provides beautiful views of the natural surroundings.
To create flexibility in the children's area, a sliding door subdivides the space for nighttime and nap time, creating two separate bedroom spaces, each with its own entrance. During the day, though, parents can keep the space open, creating a great big playroom for the kids.
In the first and larger of the two guest rooms, designers chose twin beds that had a very high quality, modern look, as well as trundle beds for added functionality. This arrangement gives the homeowners lots of options for sleeping guests-the beds can be separate as twin beds; they can be pushed together to become a king-sized bed; they can be pushed together with one trundle out; or they can be left separate with both trundles out. This allows the homeowners to comfortably accommodate any of their friends and family with ease.
Okay, how cute is this? On the opposite wall, a built-in bench becomes a cozy reading nook. Or, if the little ones are feeling too tired, they can curl up with mom on the tufted armchair for a story before bed.
Modern Bedroom with Neutral Furniture and Skyline View
A big comfy chair sits next to a huge window that allows plenty of natural light to pour into this modern bedroom oasis while offering a stunning view of the city's skyline. Clean lines and muted, neutral tones create a relaxing environment that makes this space feel worlds away from the urban hustle and bustle that surrounds it.
In this master bedroom, a 19th-century French kitchen table becomes a desk by adding a midcentury club chair. The oversized floor lamp and custom daybed create an inviting space, while the natural wool area rug warms the room.