For accommodating kids and guests, Fixer Upper's Chip and Joanna Gaines devised a new bunk room with four queen-sized bunk beds. The bunk beds feature gray and white striped linens, stained shiplap paneling, iron railings and integrated stairs. The stairs are painted white with natural wood treads.
Toddler-size bunk beds are an excellent space-saving furniture option for children under the age of seven. Thinner and less wide than twin-size beds, toddler-size beds use up less space, thus allowing extra chairs or tables to fit into the room.
A wintry feeling is evoked with the large crystal ceiling fixture that is nearly the width of the queen-sized bed below it. Textured walls, silver floor-to-ceiling window treatments, black crown molding and blue velvet bedding also add drama to this generous-sized master suite.
Bold, modern stripes and a vintage portrait infuse this guest bedroom with energy and subtle color. A custom queen-sized bed dressed as a daybed means this guest room can double as a workspace when needed.
A clever use of a small footprint, designer Kristina Crestin came up with the idea to put a queen sized bed together with a twin bunk bed, thinking a family could fit into the small space. To the right of the queen bed, a closet holds essential storage. Black pipe fittings provide a safety component to the twin bed, but also add a little industrial flair.
A budget-friendly pine V-groove in a semi opaque wash on a warm grey was chosen for the walls so they wouldn't compete with the barn board ceiling.
The guest room was a great space to have a little fun, pairing some fun, white animal heads with a found vintage chair. Layering elements to add to the story of the space.
The queen sized bed with classic black iron frame was selected by Erin and Mallorie to match the simplicity and period of a Craftsman home. Antique record boxes from the 1930s used to create custom shadowbox-style shelves.
Although the generously-sized bedroom can spatially accommodate a king size bed, a queen was chosen so as not to crowd the space visually. Taking inspiration from its colorful abstract art, the room received a new identity with shades of blue accented with fire-engine red.
The master bedroom comes with its own private sitting room, balcony and queen-sized bed positioned on an axis with the master bathroom. French doors open out to the 14' x 9' balcony, which boasts beautiful views to the southeast.
Various gray tones and types of wood textures make the HGTV Smart Home 2014 kid's bedroom feel cozy and contemporary. With clean lines and rustic textures, the queen-sized bed offers casual styling with a modern twist.