This ethereal all-white bedroom is like living in a cloud. A sleeping platform seems to float above the matching twin beds, accessible via a ladder and filled with pillows. A plush shag rug is a delight for bare toes.
Clean lines and minimal decor ensure that the master bedroom is calm enough for sleep. A modern black nightstand both complements the platform bed and keeps evening essentials like books and water on hand.
Out back, stepping stones lead to a little bungalow that sleeps up to four guests. Though the space seems small, it actually features a sitting area, kitchenette and a platform bed with two nightstands.
Twin mattresses, nestled atop custom-crafted platforms, provide napping and sleeping space in this clever playroom. Anchored into the ceiling, the beds are designed to gently sway as coastal breezes blow through the ground level space.
Partial walls create the feeling of a separate and somewhat private sleeping space in this open studio apartment. Jewel-toned bedding atop a fuchsia platform bed adds a refreshing splash of color to the all-white space.
The sloped ceiling, textured wallcovering and platform beds of this attic bedroom evoke the feeling of sleeping in a tent, an especially luxurious one. Between the beds, open shelving stores books and displays colorful accessories. A butterfly chair takes advantage of the big window and pretty view.
To create this elegant, soothing guest bedroom, mother-daughter duo, Mina Starsiak and Karen E. Laine completely reconfigured the inside of this home, removing a dormer to give them space for this bedroom. In this space, a platform bed with soft, white linens, offers a comfortable place for guests to catch some ZZZs, while gray, contemporary furnishings and fixtures create a soothing space for a good night's sleep.
This Colorado residence by Tomecek Studio Architecture is actually a hybrid container house, incorporating two shipping containers on either side of a more traditional structure. The entire 1,500-square-foot Nederland House makes the most of its Rocky Mountain views, while the containers are where you’ll find the bedrooms, bath, office, laundry room and kitchen. Though it’s not part of the containers, the upstairs of the center structure features a platform bed on sliding tracks — giving an entirely new meaning to sleeping under the stars.