The hardwood floors in this country loft bedroom are matched by the exposed beams on the ceiling supporting simple pendant lights. The slanted ceilings lead down to blue walls and curtain covered closet space. The bed is decorated in neutral and brown tones with a tan headboard, sand-colord sheets and pillows, and a brown blanket. A wooden chest is a great decorative addition at the foot of the bed.
This 750-square-foot loft bedroom is located in the tower house in the Huston Family Estate. With a log beam and denim pine ceiling, log walls and a log bed with a rough-hewn wood bench, the rustic bedroom feels right at home in its woodsy locale.
Unique was what the homeowner was looking for in the design of her apartment, so designers created a headboard out of rare Oriental panels. Then, they pulled the cherry hues out of the frame with the bold, red details on and around the bed, like the lamp shades and the pillows.
Need a study break? Close your eyes and rev your creativity in a loft above your home office. With alternating corkboards and pegboards, this design maximizes the desk's function while showing off your best art supplies.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, dark hardwood floors and black metal accents contrast dramatically with light butcher block countertops and high gloss white cabinets in this modern Zen space. An open-concept staircase leads to a master sleeping loft that features a large skylight and queen-sized bed.
Designer Genevieve Gorder converted the former living room in the adjacent apartment into a luxurious master suite with a hand-carved bed from India and custom wood floors. An antique sewing machine is repurposed as a nightstand, while a glowing contemporary chandelier brings a sleek touch to the room's eclectic style.
This media room does triple duty: first as a media room, with plenty of shelving to store DVDs, books and CDs; second, as an office, and third as a guest bedroom. A stylish and practical Murphy bed folds down over the couch to give this minimalist apartment extra functionality without sacrificing style.
Okay, how cool is this? With bunk beds, a ladder and nets, this loft can be used for for sleeping or for climbing. There are nets tucked into the base so the kiddos can even feel like they're floating.
A shelving system built into the wall is a brilliant way to display items while saving floor space in a small home or apartment. As seen on HGTV’s Design on a Dime, this bedroom was given a masculine Moroccan style with plush throw pillows, warm gray walls and a bed upholstered in a rich, colorful print.
This kid's bedroom, from HGTV Green Home 2102, features twin beds dressed in green and white organic cotton linens. A layering of textures and fabric patterns, like the zigzag headboards, suits both children and discriminating house guests. A cozy loft is situated above the beds; a wooden ladder provides a treehouse-like entrance, while a clever bucket and pulley system keeps the space stocked with treats and supplies.
With the old rundown kitchen gone in the Rao apartment, the Cousins now have the extra room to to turn the back space into a large colorful bedroom. The large bed backboard was an old wooden mantel that was found in the home during construction. The cousins cleaned it up and painted it blue for a bold graphic addition to the room. As seen on HGTV's Cousins On Call.
This converted St. Louis loft represents no-holds-barred decorating at its best, with lush velvet sofas, a zebra-striped rug and mirrored tables that give Studio 54 a run for its money. A white leather sofa encircles a structural column to offer extra seating in this modern open living space.
Double queen beds create a comfortable space for guests or the kids to retreat after a long day at the beach. A ladder leads to additional space in a loft, and glass doors retract into a pocket in the wall to open the room up to the lush grounds outside.
The master bedroom was converted into a luxurious, serene haven with a color palette consistent with the rest of the apartment. A light wood floor was used in this space for an airy feel that is softer than the marble in the rest of the home. A white area rug complements the upholstered bed frame and modern white nightstands. Chrome pendant lights add a hint of glamour and just the right amount of accent light.
A textured metal medallion forms a focal point in this colorful rooftop vertical garden. Raised redwood beds are on casters, allowing them to be moved several times a year for window washers to reach the apartments below. Fuchsia, oxalis and round aeonium are among the species that bloom in the vertical garden.