Twin beds with wingback-style headboards and plaid bedding lend a masculine, traditional look to this neutral bedroom. A small secretary desk is tucked between the two beds, allowing this space to double as a guest bedroom and home office.
To add even more luxury to the Olsons' master suite, Chip and his team have installed dual televisions at the foot of the bed so that each of the Olsons can watch whatever they like without disturbing the other.
A desk fits neatly in between two twin beds in this teen boy's bedroom, also functioning as a nightstand. Over the window, a forest green valance is a welcome color variation to the main palette of blue and white.
This guest room features two bunk beds that provide plenty of space for visitors. Tufted taupe upholstered guard rails are positioned on the top beds, while all-over neutral tones complete the look of the room, creating a laid-back vibe.
These four bunk beds actually sleep six thanks to two trundle beds that pull out from the lower beds. The coastal room is very kid-friendly and is adjacent to an equally kid-friendly Jack-and-Jill bathroom.
How do you crush a semester’s worth of textbooks, your winter wardrobe and a case of non-perishable food under a single bed? Add bed risers. One of the risers has a killer feature: Two extra power outlets and two spare USB ports.
Matching twin beds are dressed with white sheets and navy blue blankets. The two beds are separated by a natural wood nightstand with open face storage. Framed children's art above the beds adds a kid friendly touch to the room.
This new third floor master bedroom was created out of the home's previous attic area. The spacious room features two large closets, a walkout balcony, and ensuite bathroom with double vanities, soaking tub and glass shower.
Both newbies and seasoned gardeners make this mistake: crowding too many plants into a space. When plants are overcrowded, the look may be lush, but plants can’t reach their full potential. In this garden, two years after planting, the purple coneflower and yellow coreopsis had vanished, overshadowed and elbowed out by the other plants. Always read pot tags to learn how much space each plant needs to thrive. Give plants ample room to ensure the best growth.