Relax and play in ultimate comfort in this game room designed in shades of teal. Large double doors open out onto an outdoor patio space while indoors has a Ping-Pong table and luxurious hanging daybeds on which to relax.
A sisal-style rug sections off this room's social and sleeping area, which nests adjacent to a fun playspace defined by a Ping-Pong table. Anchored into the ceiling, the twin beds in the living area are designed to gently sway as coastal breezes blow through the ground level space.
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.
This private waterfront area features a hanging canopy bed surrounded by a sandy beach and tall palm trees. Several lounge chairs are also available, providing extra spots for relaxing and enjoying a view of the picturesque ocean.
Four ropes support this hanging bed for a cozy and spacious porch swing. The open sides of the swing match the spacious, open look of the porch. A painted blue ceiling adds soft color and brings the blue sky to the covered porch. The concrete porch floor steps out onto an uncovered patio complete with wood chairs for seating.
Dress up four poster beds with bed curtains and tassels, suggests Susan Sully, author of “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques." “I thought this idea of putting a framed print on top of the curtains was really elegant,” Sully says. She suggests keeping all the decor in one color tone, but varying the patterns.
Spaces underneath the deck can be unsightly, so screen the view under the deck with vines on hanging screens, says Holly Brooks of King Landscaping in Atlanta. If you enjoy gardening, animal troughs also can serve as planters, instead of traditional raised garden beds.
Keeping a neutral palette gives this bedroom design an air of sophistication and victorian class. The wall hangings behind the bed were displayed at the same elevation as the armoire; window treatments to the ceiling were used at the same height to reduce the skyscraper effect. The bed linens and tufted headboard add pleasing texture and depth to the design.