Building Better Bedrooms

The importance of getting a good night’s sleep ranks high on the wellness scale, especially these days as the stressors of the past few years linger steadily among our daily lives. Everybody needs some downtime and a restful refuge from all the noise.  Fortunately, self-treatment – without pharmaceutical intervention – can work wonders, with two ingredients fulfilling the basic prescription for a well-appointed bedroom: quiet and comfort.

In the world of custom homebuilding, clients often pay special attention to bedroom design and function. And we’re right there with them. Afterall, as studies show, the bedroom is where you’ll spend about a third of each day throughout your life. 

Here’s few of our favorites.

Montecito Modern Ranch: In addition to a cozy bedroom fireplace, this home in the foothills has a beach house feel, including an outdoor shower and open floor plan between the kitchen and family room. Harrison Design headed up the remodel, inside and out. Photo by Jim Bartsch.
Montecito Mid-Century Craftsman: As part of a comprehensive remodel, the southern half of this hedgerow home features a renewed office, guest suite with its own private patio, and a reimagined master bedroom. Originally a somewhat dark space with a standard ceiling, the master was vaulted into unused attic space and complemented with new windows to match the spacious modern feel. Photo by Jim Bartsch.
Santa Barbara Bluff-Top Modern: From oceanfront fixer-upper to “a real work of art,” according to architect Barry Winick, this two-story home features two bedrooms, two and a half baths, and a media room that blend the boundaries between inside and out. All the better to enjoy that view. Photo by Erin Feinblatt.
Hope Ranch Contemporary Mediterranean: With new flooring, new roof, and just about everything in between, this comprehensive update brought an openness between previously compartmentalized living spaces and a bigger bathroom to the upstairs master suite. Architecture by Anthony Grumbine of Harrison Design. Photo by Jim Bartsch.


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