This bedroom features dark brown and white tones, tons of natural light, and a white bedside sofa. The white painted furniture and the ruffled bedding contrast well against the strong wall color and add dimension to the room.
To add country architecture to the interior of the sleeping cabin, its walls are covered in a style of wood cladding called board and batten. First, wooden planks are installed vertically and, once secure, the gaps between the boards are covered with 1-inch-by-2-inch trim to hide the seams.
This spacious master bedroom is an earth-toned masterpiece. High ceilings and a chandelier give the space a sense of elegance, and stone and reclaimed wood ensure the room is grounded in its rustic roots. A charming window seat provides a cozy spot for reading.
A soft color palette of tan and sky blue pairs with Asian design to give this bedroom a serene, tranquil atmosphere. A sliding glass door provides access to a private patio and also allows natural light to infiltrate the room.
A rich chocolate wall color beautifully highlights the lighter tones of the bed and white carpeting in this eclectic bedroom. The velvet throw pillow, table lamp and chevron chair add vibrant red color. A natural wood art piece adds texture to the otherwise smooth finishes in the space.
Exposed wood beams bring a rustic quality into this transitional bedroom with a large window overlooking the beauty of Whistler, British Columbia. An area rug softens the hardwood floor, while a Craftsman-style bed is centered for the best view.
Rev Run and Justine Simmon's master bedroom has been updated to include an earth tone atmosphere, a chocolate accent wall, a fireplace with custom tiles, new light fixtures and the carpet has been replaced with new hard wood floors. Decorative throw pillows brighten up the neutral toned spaced.
A bold pattern, repeated on the roman shades as well as the rug, helps unify this master bedroom. Powder blue accents play out across the room, adding unity and providing a soft visual pause, perfect in a room meant for relaxation.
To anchor the 15-foot-by-12-foot sleeping cabin in traditional country style, folk art—used in place of a headboard—draws the eye toward a queen bed outfitted with casual cotton linens. For a collected look, two different tables were used on each side of the bed instead of a matching pair. This is something interior designers do to make a space feel more one-of-a-kind.
In a small espresso colored guest bedroom, a wall-mounted bedside table can offer just enough space to hold a lamp and a clock without dominating the tight square footage, like in this contemporary room with green headboard.
This bedroom is trimmed in brown hues, dark wood and plush orange and red bedding, giving it a distinctly masculine feel. Due to its relatively small size, the stunning sunset photographs on adjoining walls serve almost as windows, opening up the space.