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Contemporary Bedroom

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The master bedroom cantilevers over the first floor, making it both isolated and open to the world outside. The recycled timber beams, natural light and expansiveness of the space make it a perfect retreat for the inhabitant of this residence.

The guest room uses colorful bedspreads and complementary artwork to set the tone. The chocolate brown shag rug and curtains match the floors, accessories and bed headboard. Photograph by Geoffrey Hodgdon.

The study/guest bedroom was sparsely furnished with a trundle daybed that sleeps two when extended. It's covered in custom canvas covers and bolsters.

From the custom white waffle-weave draperies that are banded with dark green corduroy to the tapestry and satin pillows resting on a woven coverlet, textural contrast can be seen throughout this bedroom. A yellow glass lamp gives the space a bit of panache to a crisp and fresh guest room designed for a turnkey vacation home.

Cocktails, anyone? Who wouldn't want to relax in this sophisticated island oasis? Natural woven shades soften afternoon sunlight and provide necessary privacy because this bedroom faces a golf course. The faux-finished accent wall, conceived and painted by the designer, complements custom sea-foam green bedding featuring durable, contract-quality fabrics.

The custom bed headboard with the side floating nightstands has pendant lights above each nightstand. A white shag rug defines the area under the bed and provides a contrast to the dark wood floors. Commanding views of the city from the balcony beyond and southwestern light pouring in make for a dramatic setting.

Clean lines and geometrics create the perfect backdrop for a fantastic city view in this master bedroom.

The combination of a sleek-lined chair and collection of glass vases with ethnic masks and puppets over the bed makes a worldly contemporary statement in this bedroom.

A custom TV armoire was designed and built to match the sleek furniture in this bedroom. Pocket doors allow unobstructed viewing of the television.

Used as a guest bedroom, this space overlooks the pool and expansive view of the San Bernardino Mountains. The floors and architect-designed furniture are made of sustainably harvested vertical grain Douglas fir. Clean lines, warm hues and natural light make this a serene and inviting space.

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