The guest escape in the HGTV Dream Home 2012 is furnished in a style reminiscent of a bed-and-breakfast suite. A private guest bathroom offers up a cool, calming palette and luxurious amenities. The vanity mirror, aligned with the bathroom's entrance, creates the illusion of endless space.
All interior designers have the same dream. They dream of a space that is completely their own where they can express their unique style free from the constraints of client expectations or even the needs of their own daily lives. Not only has New York designer Megan Pflug (http://meganpflugdesigns.com/) realized that dream, but she’s sharing it with all of us. The Woodhouse Lodge (https://www.thewoodhouselodge.com/), Pflug’s new 10-room bed and breakfast in the heart of the Catskills in New York State is the perfect blend of rustic ambiance and big-city style.
An all-white bedroom features a white four-poster canopy bed and silver touches including an art deco mirror and lamp. Together the colors create a light and airy feel perfect for enjoying breakfast in bed.
Breakfast in bed takes on a new meaning when the dining room is right around the corner from your bed. Thanks to a gold-framed mirror and an unadorned window, the tiny bedroom feels a bit larger and brighter.
A rustic table pairs with woven chairs and a deep red rug for a workspace or breakfast spot in this open, airy master bedroom. A comfortable leather sofa makes for a perfect reading nook, while up the center stairs is a cozy bed dressed in patterned quilts.
This dreamy hanging canopy bed sits oceanside and provides the comforts of a typical bedroom with the added benefit of an ocean view. A small table provides the ideal spot for a breakfast tray, while surrounding palm trees provide the perfect tropical touch.
Space was limited for the corner breakfast area in this townhouse. A circular table fits best and a custom built-in wall unit provides storage without taking up space. The shelving is made with salvaged pine from local barns.
After partying — er, cramming — all night, then sleeping through breakfast hours, you can find some solace in this clever coffeepot. Program it via app and it will brew when you tell it to, so you don’t even need to get out of bed before the java is ready.