Artist Lacy VanCourt's travel trailer features light wood paneling and colorful bedding. Two windows flank the bed and provide natural light and airflow, while two glass orb sconces offer lighting at night.
Following this cobblestone driveway is like traveling back through time, as guests arrive at a carriage house complete with sleeping quarters. Having a whole top level to stretch out will surely make visitors feel comfortable.
The boat installed next to the pool is real and made from an old wooden sailing ketch named SeaQuest. All 32 feet of the boat has been transformed into an entertaining space, complete with wet bar and sleeping quarters.
Well-placed boulders and stones lead into a relaxing pool, complete with a fun slide. At the end of the pool is real boat that's been transformed into a wet bar and comfortable sleeping quarters with heating and air conditioning.
Joanna’s design incorporates a stylized take on an old-fashioned Murphy bed, allowing the space to be used as sleeping quarters when guests are visiting. The bed folds up and out-of-sight when the room is being used as a kids’ space.
This sprawling Massachusetts estate offers five upstairs sleeping quarters, all in generous sizes. The neutral master suite is outfitted with transitional designs, from the bed and nightstand to the striped armchair. The space also features two large windows and a wood-burning fireplace with mantel.
There's much more to this master bedroom than the sleeping quarters. Low-slung sofas and a graphic area rug create a comfy seating area at the foot of the bed. Floating nightstands and low-hung pendant lights add an element of surprise beside the bed.
This cozy, contemporary space, known as a warming hut, is connected to a luxurious Lake Tahoe home. It features sleeping quarters, a full bath, bar, ski locker room, fireplace, patio and hot tub. The house offers direct ski access and panoramic, 180-degree mountain views.
This kids' room reflects the bright colors of St. Barts outside their window. Inverting the colors of sand and sea, the designers created a whimsical feel in this space, while bunk beds with whimsical bed linens add cool sleeping quarters and modern drawers add storage. An orange and white teepee was brought in to give the kids a great place to use their imaginations.
The owners of this redesigned 1960s split level home wanted the garage apartment to have as much character as the interior of the main house, so they hired designers to create a rustic, craftsman oasis with modern touches. The walls and ceilings are swathed in wood that reflect the woods that surround the home, while the bed is nestled into the walls of the small space. Gray French doors separate the cozy sleeping quarters from the rest of the house.
By including a sleeper sofa in the HGTV Smart Home 2015 living room, it can also double as the guest quarters. For this reason, a full bathroom is just steps away. “If you’re going to make a sleeper sofa part of the floor plan, you have to have a full bath on the same floor, or else you’re inconveniencing your guests,” explains HGTV Smart Home 2015 designer Linda Woodrum.