The tiny house is made up of two trailers. One serves as a bedroom, and a porch connects to another trailer. A storage rack built down from the ceiling houses the clients' fishing poles and camping gear. For tiny homes, you must use every square inch of storage!
Headboards can define a bedroom and in this case the artwork of Italian Renaissance painter Dosso Dossi behind the wooden platform bed creates a bold statement. The white bed linens and faux fur throw create a neutral base for the colorful art.
Glamorous gold polka dots draw the eye upward in this odd-shaped bedroom, helping to elevate the appearance of the ceiling. White walls, white furniture and a window make the small but stylish space feel brighter and larger.
A play of different gray and white patterns for the bedding, pillows and chair add depth and dimension to this petite bedroom. The fact that most use the same color scheme keeps the mix compelling, instead of busy.
As seen on HGTV's Secrets From a Stylist, host Emily Henderson decides to make this under-utilized room a guest bedroom and starts the makeover by removing the built-ins. The leftover space is perfect for the new bed, which features a soft white upholstered wall behind it.
Architectural designer Kristen L'Esperance fully utilized each space to give the home maximum functionality. This small bedroom is situated in the private sector of the home, above the garage and wood shop. A truck-themed mural by artist Abby Manock adds a graphic punch of fun, and blue flooring adds a vibrant splash of color.
Wallpaper with a wood grain pattern brings compelling dimension to the wall behind the bed in this stylish bedroom. Keeping it within the room's serene neutral palette helps the print from overwhelming the small space.
Noam and Ella needed more space in their home, so Drew and Jonathan, hosts of HGTV's hit show Buying and Selling, turned the spacious master closet into a welcoming second bedroom. With plenty of natural light coming in through the large window and even more light emanating from the light fixture above, the space feels much larger than it is, and is very bright and inviting. The brothers used the daybed to draw the eye, with bright, luscious pillows and smart artwork above. The floating shelves and clock to the right help to break up the space and make it more personalized.
In stark contrast to this urban bedroom's concrete ceiling and column, a richly colored rug fills the floor space and warms up this tiny sleeping space. A navy blue curtain adds another layer of luxurious color.
When Erin first moved in, the accent wall behind the bed was painted a loud orange tone, the previous tenant's homage to the San Francisco Giants that play just across the street at AT&T Park. To keep the space open and airy, she and Chris painted the walls a classic white (Benjamin Moore 01), then selected a palette of light grays, muted blues and creams. To add a personal touch in keeping with the airy aesthetic of the room, Erin added photographs with special meaning for her and her husband, Chris. "I don't like having photos of people everywhere. I like photos that are more landscape or locale-based, but hold personal meaning," Erin explains. "The photograph print of Outer Banks, North Carolina means a lot to Chris and me because that's where we first met, at a friend's wedding. I gave it to him for our first anniversary. I think it's the perfect inspiration piece for creating a bedroom that's calm, serene and all about Chris and me."
Shared by male and female guests, the overall look and feel of this guest space was kept neutral. The bed area is made up of a custom headboard, mismatched end tables used as nightstands, comfortable, earth-toned linens and industrial oversized pendant lights which free up valuable tabletop surface for books, accessories and cell phones.
A former old-world bed was transformed into a coastal focal point simply by changing its surroundings. "I never dreamed that it would work in this environment," says designer Lori Rourk. "Once I placed it in the room, it became a focal point and was an unexpected delight."