Дизайнер Алена Сковородникова Фотограф Сергей Красюк
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The bed folds up on to the wall behind it between wardrobes, assisted by concealed hydraulic gas pumps requiring minimal effort by one person. Once the bed is folded up, sliding folding doors are drawn across it to align with the adjacent cupboards. Once closed, the entire wall appears to be a continuous wardrobe, with no hint of the bed behind, completely transforming the room. The bed has a ply base over aluminium framing and a carved wooden edge band all around.
Designed by - Milind Bargal and Associates Photographed by - Ravi Chouhan, Sapna Jain
Westlake Development Group, LLC
Gregory Dean Photography
Tommy Bahama Home
An elegant, Pan-Asian inspired bedroom featuring Tommy Bahama furniture from the collection: Island Fusion.
Peter Christiansen Valli
Peter Christiansen Valli
IMI Design, LLC
photo by: Dino Tonn Photography
Warren French Interiors
Best of Houzz 2023,2022,2020,2019,2018を受賞した寝室。ローベッドやウィンドウベンチを低い位置に設けることで、空間全体が広く感じられる。白い外壁に光を反射させることで、プライバシーを確保しつつ明るい空間となっている。
John Todd Bishop Interior Design
The watery Venetian damask from Zoffany sets the mood for this Pied a Terre bedroom. We wrapped the room in a color pulled from the paper, even the doors and moldings are in this color. The wallpaper softens the hard lines of the industrial style metal bed from CB2. To purists the placement of the refurbished Mid Century nightstands with the wallpaper may seem inappropriate, but I think the nightstands are a tailored response to the exuberance of the paper. Also, if you watch TCM on a regular basis you would see such mixes all the time. The Chinese Mirror and Japanese prints reflect my client's interest in Asia and add another layer to the mix.
SAJ Designs, LLC
Mary Washer Designs
China Furniture and Arts
Adorned with Chinese silk and surrounded by hand painted porcelain, this antique Chinese bed speaks of a tradition of luxury when it comes to Asian furniture. The hand carved bed frame and gold leaf floor screen create a grand focal point.
Gelotte Hommas Drivdahl Architecture
• Before - 2,300 square feet • After – 3,800 square feet • Remodel of a 1930’s vacation cabin on a steep, lakeside lot • Asian-influenced Arts and Crafts style architecture compliments the owner’s art and furniture collection • A harmonious design blending stained wood, rich stone and natural fibers • The creation of an upper floor solved access problems while adding space for a grand entry, office and media room • The new staircase, with its Japanese tansu-style cabinet and widened lower sculpture display steps, forms a partitioning wall for the two-story library