10 Modern Bedrooms We Love | The bedroom is one of the most important rooms in the house—it is usually the space where residents spend the most time. These attractive rooms combine a modern design sensibility with relaxation-inducing furniture pieces.
In a renovated San Francisco home, the master bedroom’s clerestory window provides morning light while allowing for privacy from the neighbors. The Siena bed is by Naoto Fukasawa for B&B Italia, the side table is Room & Board, and the globe light is vintage.
In a minimal Slovenian abode, the simple yet spacious master bedroom opens up to a private terrace.
This New Zealand master bedroom has a big surprise: it features an unobstructed door-sized opening onto the double-height great room. A pair of Tolomeo classic wall lamps from Artemide hang next to the bed.
A wood-lined Australian dwelling features a simple bedroom arrangement. The rocking chair is by Thonet and the bespoke rug is by Armadillo & Co.
In a Montreal triplex, a bedroom includes an armoire by Kastella and a chandelier by Lambert & Fils. A portion of the ceiling was pared back to expose the underside of the original roof.
Arne Jacobsen wall sconces illuminate the master bedroom of this midcentury Portland residence, which is furnished with a Case Study bed and a Series 11 6 Drawer Console by Blu Dot.
A board-formed concrete headboard adds texture to this São Paulo sleeping space.
A small, cramped closet in a renovated Seattle attic was replaced with a wardrobe that is partially obscured by a slatted wooden screen.
Concrete block wraps this midcentury bedroom in Napa, California. A Margaret Kilgallen print joins a Brionvega Algol television, lamps from Patricia Urquiola and Pablo, and a Hans Wegner chair.
This London loft features a minimal sleeping space arranged under a skylight.