The small cottage lake house boasts a loft guest space that houses two twin beds, plenty of built-in storage, access to a kitchenette, a dining table, a desk and a dresser. To fit all of this functionality into the private space without making it feel cluttered, designers exposed the high ceilings and used an elegant, neutral color palette.
A four-poster canopy bed with a faux mink duvet cover give this master bedroom a touch of Hollywood glam. The blue-gray accent wall complements the exposed brick of the industrial loft, while a mirrored glass dresser and tufted bench brighten the space.
A magical escape for pint-sized family members, the third-floor kids’ bedroom at HGTV Green Home 2012 is designed to stand up to wear and tear. Twin beds fashioned from repurposed pieces of pine, poplar and plywood feature black and white headboards upholstered in durable acrylic fabric. Accounting for guests' every need, green quilts are folded at the edge of each bed, should evenings take a chilly turn.
This home office space is a study in contrasts. White drapes and floating shelves pop against the exposed brick backdrop, while the sleek modern desk and traditional upholstered chair face off in a style showdown. A collection of decor and artwork add a personal touch to the eclectic space.
This garage was transformed into a fun and colorful apartment, giving the space a youthful look. Sage green chaises are positioned at the foot of an Indian-inspired canopy bed with sheer curtains. The lofty layering of the bed is soft and airy, which carries over the melon-colored window treatments. Bold throw pillows and a shag rug complete the eclectic look.
With paint restrictions in the rental agreement, a peacock blue accent wall and bold ikat bedspread play up the color in this apartment bedroom. A contemporary ceiling fan and sheer printed curtains add further character where they can in the small space.
This loft bedroom features primarily neutral tones — except for the eye-catching skull art. The bed, draped in a dark duvet cover, feels extended, expanded and even more lush with the addition of a similarly colored area rug below. A clever perforated wall separates the bedroom from the closet without disrupting the feel and flow of the loft.
The second floor in the tower house is a 750-square-foot loft bedroom with a bathroom and walk-in closet. The balcony matches the gorgeous log beam and denim pine ceiling, which is a focal point of the home.
This loft bedroom is both cozy and spacious thanks to the open design of this gorgeous Puerto Vallarta home. The neutral stone creates a calm and textural backdrop leading up the stairs to the plush white bed overlooking a beautiful and unique home office space.