SOUTH COOGEE - HouseContemporary Bedroom, Sydney

This master bedroom uses a blade wall to conceal a small hall that opens on to a walk in robe and ensuite making this master bedroom feel like it is an apartment all of its own. The recycled timber-look flooring was used on the walls to create that earthy feel. The concrete heavy lights hang from the ceiling as bedside lights and the pale grey accessories give the room a dreamy feel.
Photography by Sue Murray - imagineit.net.au

Design ideas for a contemporary bedroom in Sydney. —  Houzz
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bv0405 wrote:23 Sep. 2014
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    CAPITAL BUILDING :: Apartment - Renovations

    Hi Carolyn, if you have a look at the very last photo in our South Coogee project you will see the wall edge. We also had to consider how we would finish the wall and we used a very small aluminium angle that we butted the boards into on one side and the gyprock wall into on the other. It is so small and the finish disappears that you don't even notice it ... I hope that helps!

  • Katelyn Dawson

    Just wondering where you got the laminate wall from? Hoping its not exclusive to Syd as we are in Bris! Thanks in advance

Muriel Smith wrote:23 Feb. 2015
Ra Khouri wrote:21 Mar. 2016
jovesper wrote:27 Jan. 2015
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    CAPITAL BUILDING :: Apartment - Renovations
    I would love to tell you exactly what they are but the cushions were just purchased form a local store and they don't have any details on them. The rug is also from a local rug store, apparently their are pretty standard for these stores to access, although it is a really thick shag and feels soft and smooth. If you want this effect then make sure you don't get the thin shaggy rugs that feel synthetic - that will make all the difference!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

anneellarddesign
Anne Ellard Design added this to Balancing Act: Designing a His and Hers Bedroom1 Nov 2014

Having a bedroom that is neat and free from mess and clutter will create a more romantic space for you and your partner to spend time in together.

sambriones
Sam Briones added this to 8 Things to Discuss Before Moving in Together5 Jun 2014

And when discussions get a little bit tense, we suggest taking a deep breath and focusing on the big picture. Think of how amazing, and fun, living together will be. Make your visualisation even more real by looking up a few dream spaces on Houzz. Perhaps you’ll chance on what the home of your dreams can look like, and you’ll find a way to settle those little issues.

belinda212
Youthful Habits added this to Feel-Good Home: 10 Steps to a Feng Shui Bedroom10 Apr 2014

8. Check under your bedIt’s important to keep the space under your bed clear. It is a Chinese belief that having clutter under your bed means you are sleeping on the issues you’re not willing to face.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

lisaphillips423
Lisa added this to bedroom14 Jul 2019

wood behind bed - tie into wood used for vanity in bath?

hector_pedregon
Hector Pedregon added this to Hector's New Home3 Jul 2019

Bring the bed out and create a closet in the back. No windows in back wall because its the north side.

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