A three-bedroom home can be the perfect size for a wide variety of arrangements. Three bedrooms can offer separate room for children, make a comfortable space for roommate, or allow for offices and guest rooms for smaller families and couples. The visualizations here show many different ways that three bedrooms can be put to good use with stylish furnishings and unique layouts.
In the master bath of a Charleston, South Carolina, mansion decorated by Mario Buatta, the toilet is concealed in a tall chinoiserie cabinet; a Manuel Canovas print covers the slipper chair at left, a Brunschwig & Fils fabric was used on the chair at right, and the garden stool is from John Rosselli Antiques.
In the kitchen of this Madeline Stuart–designed home in Los Angeles, cabinetry by architect Kevin A. Clark complements tiled walls; the pendant light in the window is from Blackman Cruz.
Over time, kitchen design has become more important. Where once it was a place where the woman of the house gathered to make meals for the family, the modern lifestyle has redefined the use of the kitchen. They are now considered a common space where families, friends and sometimes guests gather to enjoy delicious food and pleasant conversations.