Custom double bunk beds offer plenty of sleeping space for young guests at this Lake Tahoe ski retreat. Rich, earthy colors fit with the woodsy setting. Clean lines blend with the home's rustic, yet contemporary architecture.
A navy-and-white color scheme in this open kids' room works for any gender. Interior designer Lauren Leonard placed two sets of bunk beds side by side for a built-in look. Simple labeled baskets underneath the beds add extra storage, and galvanized buckets hanging from thick rope bring a rustic element to the space.
As seen on HGTV Design Star, this bedroom was upgraded to a gray contemporary theme. The matching twin beds feature a patterned comforter, slanted gray corner headboard, and turquoise throw blanket for a touch of color. The window seat displays various gray, black and white throw pillows. The room's review on the show stated, "J and Doug have trouble making decisions together from the very beginning, and the result is a poorly executed room. J's headboards are sloppy, leaving judge Genevieve Gorder to say, 'If you're not going to do it well, don't do it.'"
Plaid bed linens and sail boat pillow cases decorate the two sets of bunk beds separated by a wood panel with built in bookshelves in this kid's bedroom. A lovable collection of stuffed animals adds comfort and color to the room. A sleek black dresser with gray drawers compliments the gray and neutral tones on the walls and strip of shag carpeting.
A charming guest bedroom (the house has four bedrooms in all) includes two double beds and plenty of natural light thanks to the vaulted ceiling and clerestory windows. Exposed stone walls and unfinished wood beams maintain the rustic character of the home.
This functional but colorful guest bedroom can manage several overnight guests or a small family with ease. The room features two daybeds placed side by side, each upholstered in simple, solid blue fabric, and two double beds with plaid bedding. Designer Susan Brunstrum painted the walls a sunny yellow color for a fresh look.