The capital of Switzerland is made up of old, historic homes. This Craftsman-style bedroom, seen on HGTV's House Hunters International features slanted ceilings with exposed wood beams for a cozy, country feel.
The dramatic ceiling height is accentuated by a strip of yellow painted above the beadboard trim and below the picture rail in this bedroom. Vintage schoolhouse pendant lights speak to the era of the 1879 home.
Leaves blown in from the garden are scattered between an antique owl humidor, an inkwell and a carved squirrel lamp in this guest bedroom, adding to the woodlands appeal. Floral wallpaper helps balance the rustic accessories.
White floral bed linens give a feminine, softening effect over the sturdy, dark wood bed frame. Wood nightstands and the wood framed french doors add to the wholesome, craftsman feel of the design. Neutral curtains and roman shades blend the wood finishes with the neutral wall coloring.
Exposed wood beams add Craftsman style to this light and neutral master bedroom, where French doors lead out to a beautiful porch area that overlooks the ocean. Comfortable blue armchairs provide the perfect spot to read a book and rest.
A stone fireplace and feature walls are paired with a sleek bed in this modern-meets-rustic retreat. On one side of the room, a wall of glass doors opens to reveal an inviting terrace, creating an indoor-outdoor feel.
The grandness of this bedroom is enhanced by floating the canopy bed and loveseat in the center of the room. Yellow paint and vintage schoolhouse pendant lights add to the cheery look of the mostly white 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.
This craftsman style master bathroom features an olive green and neutral color palette that works really well together. A hanging lantern over the bed is an unexpected but stylish addition while walls painted with Valspar Withered Moss create a restful backdrop. A simple painted nightstand and long table showcase the rustic metal lamps and artwork through out the room. A brown throw rug coordinates well with the wood floor, curtains, and existing upholstered bedroom furniture.
Contemporary furnishings create contrast when set in a historic home. Designer Shelley Cahan combined a simple, white canopy bed, crisp white trim and olive-toned accents in the bedroom of this 20th century home for a look that is both modern and timeless.
Clad in yellow pine, the master bedroom in the tiny RV cabin feels warm and welcoming. The attached bathroom features a double vanity and separate toilet room, ensuring the space feels anything but cramped.