Two-wing family home provides balance of family interaction and future independence as the kids get older – bedrooms
Each of the children’s three bedrooms on the upper floor of this architectural home is accessed through sliding doors that open on to a covered walkway leading to a rumpus room and stairs down to the main living areas
Sudima Christchurch City hotel offers boutique hospitality and connects guests to the Canterbury experience with everything from the architecture to the artworks – bedrooms
Seeking inspiration for your decor? One way forward – especially in current times – is to reflect our own land. Wool carpets, natural furnishings and bedheads adorned with a print/painting by New Zealand artist Aroha Gossage feature in guest suites at this boutique hotel
Want a walk-in dressing area but can’t afford the time, money or floorspace? One answer is to introduce a giant bedhead as a room divider and place the walk-in robe behind
Cantilevered elements play major role in establishing openness and flow in large master ensuite – Interiors, bedroom
Don’t want your bathroom fully open to your bedroom – but also don’t want it fully closed off? Here’s an in-between solution. Get more professional ideas at the Trends Bedroom Hub
One way to add a sense of space to your project is to introduced cantilevered elements, as with this bedside table in a master suite project by McMahon & Nerlich
Split-level, open plan contemporary home reflects clean lines and an elegant composition – bedrooms – windows – baths
Gorgeous views beyond the master bedroom windows – so, why not let the ensuite share the love? Placing this modern bathroom behind glass in the master bedroom saves space, enhances view access, and looks five-star-hotel cool.
Upmarket apartment makeover connects rooms with harbour views and celebrates this through interior tones and artworks – paint & wallpaper – interiors – bedrooms – furniture
This master bedroom features watercolours by one of Sydney’s most well known and respected abstract painters Charlie Sheard. Textured Osborne & Little wall upholstery and scatter cushions, and the Minotti bed and nightstand all add to the high-end feel. A Baker lamp and VBO wall reading light also feature, along with a Minotti rug.
Balancing scale, views and comfort was the biggest challenge in the design of this substantial home – bedrooms
Your master bedroom can be private and open at the same time. At night, large sliding glass panels open this master bedroom up to a balcony and sweeping city views
Serene wood and white bathroom echoes the home’s seaside, resort-like ambience – bedrooms, paint
This master bedroom with white beadboard walls and ceilings forms part of a master suite with a classic-meets-modern look to match the rest of the Hamptons-with-a-twist home
A new, rounded master suite wing presents a departure of form from the existing waterside, resort-style home – bedroom
A master bedroom should be tucked round the back – right? Well, this grand suite takes a more prominent position – check out how the elegant curving wall was affordably achieved
The minimalist bathroom in this master suite reflects a generous use of wood and stone tile – master suite, bedrooms
In this master suite, the architect has set the dressing area directly behind the slatted headboard of the master bed, maintaining a subtle connection between the areas and avoiding need for a full dividing wall
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While a bathroom may no longer be regarded as 'the smallest room' in a home, the extra space now allocated to it doesn't necessarily make the design process any simpler. That's because we want so much more in a bathroom these days, as well as retaining+ the sense of space needed for it to be a relaxation zone. So how do you fit everything in to your new bathroom?