Stone Double Fireplace in Contemporary Master Bedroom
A double-sided stacked stone fireplace is a stunning focal point in the center of this elegant master bedroom. Comfortable chairs sit on one side for a cozy seating area, while a platform bed is situated between picturesque windows with beautiful views.
Don't rush out to buy new furniture if your guest bedroom is missing a few pieces — just improvise. Designer Erinn Valencich brought in a weathered garden step to serve as a bedside table. Its rustic patina adds charm while the steps create display space.
Redwood walls and ceiling are used to create a warm environment in this California ranch home. Cool whites and grays make a striking contrast against the redwood. A comfortable bed is flanked by wood nightstands and contemporary sconces, while a pair of armchairs and a chaise lounge provide resting spots throughout the space.
The pitched tent roof pairs with warm wood floors to create a casual, rustic atmosphere in this safari bedroom. The sides of the room open up to the surrounding 25,000-acre game reserve on this South African property.
Shiplap walls and flooring made from 125-year-old reclaimed wood wraps this guest room in a rustic, cozy feel. A window seat offers the perfect spot for relaxing and taking in the view of the greenbelt bordering the Westlake, Texas, home's property.
To make the most out of this green guest bedroom, a secondary seating area was added along the exterior wall in front of the windows. With the sleeper sofa only three feet away, the additional seagrass wingback chairs allow conversation for up to five.
A simple, rustic style perfectly befits this bedroom where the morning wake-up call comes with sweeping Lake Tahoe views. Exposed beams direct the eye outward and there's a private balcony from which to take in the fresh air.
Master Bedroom With Wood-Paneled Ceiling and Sliding Barn Closet Doors
Old wallpaper was removed in the homeowner's master bedroom and replaced with a light gray/blue paint and white wood molding. Sliding barn doors add an architectural element to the room and conceal the his-and-hers closets. The natural wood paneling on the ceiling complements the shiplap elements seen throughout the house on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Located on the fertile banks of the Okavango River, this casually elegant home-away-from-home is worlds away from a typical hotel suite. Constructed to resemble a tent, this bedroom's canvas walls and ceiling contribute to the open, airy feel of the space.