Red bunk beds add a pop of color to the kids' room in HGTV Dream Home 2006. Weathered wood paneling and pine floors add to the rustic, bunkhouse feel. A suede armchair and ottoman provide a cozy seating nook.
This amazing barn-style playroom is sleepover heaven. The 15' x 20' space houses six built-in bunk beds with ample room left over for games and entertainment. The design uses the original home's farmhouse background for style inspiration.
An orange nightstand adds a pop of color and contemporary style against the rustic wood twin beds in this country-style bedroom. Striped bedding and window treatments lend a masculine look, perfect for a growing boy's room.
A woodsy motif sets a rustic tone in the 2007 HGTV Dream Home kids bedroom, called "the bunk room." Faux bois wallpaper perfectly suits the home's Winter Park, Utah location and child-sized furniture makes the space especially kid-friendly.
A kid's — or teen's — room doesn't have to be designed with a typical pink or blue color scheme. This neutral-hued room still feels fun and youthful with the addition of retro-inspired sports art. Plaid linens lend a rustic and comfortable air.
This modern and rustic nursery is the perfect antidote to the overly girly space. A subtle animal theme blends with organic details like the pine accent wall for a charming room that will grow right along with the child.
This trendy gray living room features mid-century modern furnishings with a touch of rustic displayed in the coffee table. A custom cabinet painted with white chalkboard paint cleverly hides the TV and includes children's artwork.
Pull a disappearing act with stunning rustic wooden doors. Interior glass doors visually divide rooms when needed but open when one large space is desired. And in a home with young kids, wooden doors are great for keeping grown-up parties from waking the little ones.
Candice Olson, host of HGTV's "Candice Tells All," created this living room that blends style and function. She says, "It's important to know what makes the most sense for your lifestyle and home, so don't choose colors, fabrics or even materials that won't work for your family, children or pets." This living room's rustic wood coffee table, dark upholstered armchair and patterned area rug ensure a family-friendly space.
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.