Wood beams at the ceiling and sloping walls give this rustic bedroom the cozy feeling of being tucked in at night. A wide window set into a niche provides a spot for a chaise longue, creating a great spot for reading and bringing in ample natural light.
Wood sheathes the walls and floors of this rustic sitting area and library, while wood beams criss-cross the ceiling, mimicking the wattle-and-daub lines of classic Tudor construction. Bright fabrics and warm lighting give life to the space, and a bay window brings in natural light.
Arched openings are replicated throughout this Austin home, which features Spanish-style architectural details. A beamed ceiling, rough stone wall and decorative niche add character to the dining room, while a rear doorway leads to a wine cellar.
Though the family room is eclectic in style, the designers used orange pillows to complement the armchair and tie the space together. The wood coffee table works the same way -- it's both functional and complements the exposed beam ceiling.
Faux support beams make the ceiling feel lower, and the room feel cozier in this living space. Bright blue-gray walls and new wood floors give a clean modern look. A chandelier with rustic accents adds character to the space, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Ceiling beams break up the concrete, while an outdoor rug sets the foundation for comfort. Drapery provides coziness, but also privacy for this space, just off the master bedroom. Designer Bea Pila incorporated daybeds and sofas, as opposed to individual upright seating, to promote relaxation and connection. Tree trunk elements were incorporated to take away from a matched set look.
This second floor hallway is located in a vacation home just minutes away from Lake Tahoe. Neutral-toned curtains and upholstered furniture keep things bright and open, a look enhanced with the large windows allowing natural light into the space.