Master Bedroom with a large window with expansive panoramic window to "live in the view" of the distant mountains and city lights. Photo by Thompson Photographic.

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cs2design added this to Bedrooms26 June 2020

This might make the point that I can't have the feet of the bed resting directly onto a wooden floor - they will scratch the floor! So, either a largish rug like this, or some other way of sticking something soft to the feet of the bed (my preferred option), and then loose rugs.

tiph33 added this to Monte Sereno Master Bedroom10 June 2020

love the mid century modern, windows

dgrind added this to new home ideas5 April 2020

“The master suite has the million-dollar view — you can see for 40 miles,” Tate says. Windows wrap the corner to take it all in. The windows are high-performance, and motorized shades tuck away into slits in the ceiling. The architect used a thick-wall strategy to facilitate the deeply inset windows. “Pushing them to the inside of the house offers better sun protection,” he says. The roof plane extends beyond the glass to create an overhang that provides shade.


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