By Paul Auguste. Bedroom Design. Published at Thursday, May 10th, 2018 - 23:44:49 PM.
The windows seem to almost replace the walls entirely in this bedroom from Lower Manhattan in New York. There’s an abundance of natural light which makes the space look very airy and open.
We love bedrooms that have access to their own balcony or terrace but we also enjoy those with en-suite bathrooms. This apartment showcases an unusually close connection between the bedroom and the bathroom. They’re basically one and the same and not in a bad or unpractical way.
Notice how the space opens onto a small balcony with an overhang for shade and how the wall on the left side of the bed has windows only at the bottom. This lets in some light and opens the space to the surroundings without making the room feel exposed.
You can’t really tell from this image alone but this is a house structured into four cylindrical towers which rise amongst the trees. It’s a modern and reinvented treehouse. This bedroom takes advantage of the curvature of the walls to encompass a panoramic view of the surroundings.
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