This gorgeous master bedroom was created out of what was once a carport. The designer planned a built-in platform bed with storage surrounding it on both sides. To maximize the bed's floating appearance, a mirror was installed on the bottom half of the bed's platform.
Greenery, pinecones, branches: These natural elements look right at home against any decorating or color scheme. For comfort’s sake, if you’re draping your bed with a garland, keep it high enough that you won’t lean against it when you’re nestled in bed.
For older children and even adults, a loft bed is a great way to leave floor space open. It takes advantage of otherwise unused space and makes it possible to add a desk or a seating area in a small room that would have been otherwise overwhelmed by a large bed.
The black canopy bed creates a crisp focal point in the center of this bedroom. The bed's slim lines don't overpower the space and it's a neutral foundation for layers of inviting textures and patterns.
A big master bedroom allowed for some grand furniture gestures: The canopy bed is California king sized. At the foot of the bed, a curved loveseat makes for a sweet seating area—and it's easy to walk around.