This ethereal all-white bedroom is like living in a cloud. A sleeping platform seems to float above the matching twin beds, accessible via a ladder and filled with pillows. A plush shag rug is a delight for bare toes.
Sliding barn doors bring a casual, rustic vibe to this contemporary bedroom while also providing privacy for the walk-in closet and en-suite bath. A built-in ladder between the spaces leads to a private loft. As in other bedrooms in the contemporary California beach house, this one features a cozy seating area that's great for entertaining.
Dreamy and whimsical, this girl's bedroom is a imaginative retreat from the grown-up world. Its young owners can get creative at the craft table or climb up into the built-in loft bunk beds with a book.
Skis appropriate decorate the bedroom wall of this "Aprese Ski-House Treehouse," which was featured on the Animal Planet show "Treehouse Masters." Stairs lead to a sleeping loft, and a petite kitchen area includes a sink and coffee bar. The treehouse is part of a 10-acre luxury estate in Washington.
A modern loft bed frees up plenty of floor space for creativity and play in this energetic and colorful kid's bedroom. Traditional rugs anchor the space and connect its design with the rest of the house. Pops of blue form a thread of color that runs throughout the white-walled rooms in the mid-century modern home.
Because this small bedroom must be shared by two young girls, spacial planning was very important. A lofted bed for the older of the two girls creates room for the younger girl's crib and a storage or play space. A bunk bed can replace the setup as the girls age. A light, monochromatic palette was used to make the room feel larger than it is. Fabrics and accents with distinct patterns and textures are used to make the space from feeling too plain.
HGTV Design Star contestant Kellie designed this kid's bedroom on episode seven of season six. Though Mason asked for bunk beds, Kellie chose a loft bed with a hideout underneath. But Mason was noticeably disappointed at the reveal: "Poor kid. He was just looking for his bunk beds," says judge David Bromstad.
Stairs are not merely for circulation through the apartment, but feature built-in storage cabinetry and drawers below. A dark wood floor and wood stair treads lead through and around the apartment, spiraling up onto the wood deck at the roof.