161,284 Traditional Bedroom Design Photos
DD Ford Construction
French Blue Photography
The Lee W. Robinson Company
Vaulted ceilings and shiplap walls create a powerful visual statement in this master bedroom, while a plush bench adds a pop of color and comfort to the room. We created a serene environment with the neutral colors, plush linens and personalized decor, so that at the end of the day, this space can serve as a retreat.
Showhomes of the Main Line
Middlefork Development LLC
This six-bedroom home — all with en-suite bathrooms — is a brand new home on one of Lincoln Park's most desirable streets. The neo-Georgian, brick and limestone façade features well-crafted detailing both inside and out. The lower recreation level is expansive, with 9-foot ceilings throughout. The first floor houses elegant living and dining areas, as well as a large kitchen with attached great room, and the second floor holds an expansive master suite with a spa bath and vast walk-in closets. A grand, elliptical staircase ascends throughout the home, concluding in a sunlit penthouse providing access to an expansive roof deck and sweeping views of the city.. Nathan Kirkman
Marion, MA Photography by Brian Vanden Brink
Rybak Architecture & Development, P.C.
The Master Suite Pavillion addition compliments the Victorian Architecture with a contemporary twist. The expansive windows and french doors open the room to private gardens. Photographer: David O. Marlow
Historic Flooring LLC
Photos are of one of our customers' finished project. We did over 90 beams for use throughout their home :) When choosing beams for your project, there are many things to think about. One important consideration is the weight of the beam, especially if you want to affix it to your ceiling. Choosing a solid beam may not be the best choice since some of them can weigh upwards of 1000 lbs. Our craftsmen have several solutions for this common problem. One such solution is to fabricate a ceiling beam using veneer that is "sliced" from the outside of an existing beam. Our craftsmen then carefully miter the edges and create a lighter weight, 3 sided solution. Another common method is "hogging out" the beam. We hollow out the beam leaving the original outer character of three sides intact. (Hogging out is a good method to use when one side of the beam is less than attractive.) Our 3-sided and Hogged out beams are available in Reclaimed or Old Growth woods.
Mark Thomas Home
Coastal Living Bedroom collection from Stanley Furniture
Photo: Rikki Snyder © 2013 Houzz
A modern guest suite comes alive with colorful accents in the form of a multi-tone rug, punchy pillows, and whimsical modern art against a background of serene white Jim Bartsch