1,088,326 Bedroom Design Photos
AMP DESIGN CO. PTE.LTD
The Master Bedroom design expresses luxury in simplistic. The extensive use of light oak, with brass inset, together with black metal frames supporting wood shelves provides a space of respite for the Master and Mistress of the house.
Lindye Galloway Interiors
Rachel Loewen Photography
Photo: Rachel Loewen © 2019 Houzz
Kaminski + Pew
Master bedroom with custom green velvet upholstered headboard wall and bed frame. Leather and natural linen nightstands. Brass pendant lighting and integrated dimmer switches.
Matt Woods Design
Loft Bedroom with oversized cornice & custom mirror
Serene and elegant master bedroom. Photography by Angie Seckinger
Erin Roberts Design
Interior Design & Styling Erin Roberts | Photography Margaret Austin
Farmhouse style with an industrial, contemporary feel.
50 Degrees North Architects
Overview Extension and complete refurbishment. The Brief The existing house had very shallow rooms with a need for more depth throughout the property by extending into the rear garden which is large and south facing. We were to look at extending to the rear and to the end of the property, where we had redundant garden space, to maximise the footprint and yield a series of WOW factor spaces maximising the value of the house. The brief requested 4 bedrooms plus a luxurious guest space with separate access; large, open plan living spaces with large kitchen/entertaining area, utility and larder; family bathroom space and a high specification ensuite to two bedrooms. In addition, we were to create balconies overlooking a beautiful garden and design a ‘kerb appeal’ frontage facing the sought-after street location. Buildings of this age lend themselves to use of natural materials like handmade tiles, good quality bricks and external insulation/render systems with timber windows. We specified high quality materials to achieve a highly desirable look which has become a hit on Houzz. Our Solution One of our specialisms is the refurbishment and extension of detached 1930’s properties. Taking the existing small rooms and lack of relationship to a large garden we added a double height rear extension to both ends of the plan and a new garage annex with guest suite. We wanted to create a view of, and route to the garden from the front door and a series of living spaces to meet our client’s needs. The front of the building needed a fresh approach to the ordinary palette of materials and we re-glazed throughout working closely with a great build team.