The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Each window in this master bedroom is equipped with blackout shades to block out bright morning sun. The octagonal sitting room features a chaise lounge for two to sit and read. White mother–of–pearl nightstands and silver table lamps pull from the silver accents of the hand–block–printed paper on the walls. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Guests are pampered with a solid bamboo 4–poster bed. Bamboo nightstands mixed with vintage Chinese pieces soften the space and add warmth. The walls are a combination of natural textured grass cloth and patterned red–lacquered paper. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

A guest bedroom designed with a neutral scheme and twin beds accommodates any variety of guests – from friends and children to grandparents. Custom upholstered headboards and black and white bedding adds tailored geometry; pillows and drapes add color. Organic woven black–and–white grass–cloth wall covering. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

The centerpiece of this luxurious guestroom suite is a latticed–headboard platform bed, flanked by leather–top nightstands and crystal lamps. A pastel, lively printed wallpaper offers pleasing contrast against dark chocolate furniture. Window draperies contrast soft natural silks with heavy velvets. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

A classic dormer room was made into an interesting, happy bedroom for a little girl. Bold cobalt blue and chartreuse floral wallpaper angles up the ceiling, enlarging the space, while blue ceiling with faux–painted yellow stars adds a bit of youthful whimsy. Golden Tibetan rug is cozy for little feet. Photo by Genevieve Garruppo.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Bali, Fiji and a bit of Morocco are tied together through a mix of fabrics in this Hamptons cottage bedroom. The canopy serves as a Feng Shui remedy for a bed placed under an eave so the couple does not feel encumbered by the space. Mirrored end tables also reflect light into to the area. Photo by Genevieve Garruppo.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

A funky, sculptural chaise lounge appears to move as it sits overlooking a balcony and garden in this film editor's master bedroom. The dramatic floor lamp made of carved Lucite sits on a tripod base – a nod to the film editor. Mirrored chest creates the illusion of space while providing extra storage. Photo by Genevieve Garruppo.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

The owners of this Hamptons upside down house wanted to create an elegant, intimate cocoon for their guests that would appeal to both men and women. The strong clean lines of the Donghia headboards, recycled bamboo dresser and rattan Klismos chair balance the sumptuous bed linens and soft wall–to–wall carpet. Photo by Genevieve Garruppo.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

This East Hampton bedroom combines ease with elegance. Sliding Italian cotton panels lend warmth to a spare room and create height for a low ceiling. A panel adds drama to a small window; walnut–stained, riff–cut oak furniture and dark floors offer an inviting contrast to a contemporary space. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

A long rectangular room without closets was made into a proper bedroom by adding custom–made anigre cabinetry with ample storage for "him" and "her." The client's own English antique bookcase and marble end table are fused with a modern Donghia chair, deco chandelier and handmade lacewood sleigh bed. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

With a preference toward British Colonial, this client wanted a bedroom with a masculine feel. An angled bed adds drama and provides a sightline to the entryway, giving command of the door. The console behind the headboard offers lighting for the bed and for the entrance to the balcony. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

A low ceiling can be a challenge, but here it is used to accentuate the best spot in the bedroom. The angled line leads to a dramatic headboard designed to open the space and create height in this cozy area that also has in a beautiful water view. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

The one gift you should give yourself is the sanctuary of your bedroom. Here, a contemporary fossil stone fireplace is tucked neatly into the wall. Built–in maple cabinets compliment the stone. An angled walnut bed opens up both the space and the energy of the room. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.