A brushed steel floor lamp and an aluminum tree stump-style stool also sit on this side of the bed, with a mooring moose figurine with white fur trim on top of the stool for a fun tribute to the mountain modern style of the room.
The inviting queen bed includes a custom bed frame made with whitewashed planks of wood that create a look similar to a classic white fence. An industrial-style chest with metal frame and engineered wood finish on one side has three drawers for handy storage of bedroom essentials, with a clear glass table lamp with cotton shade on top for nighttime reading.
A twin over full bunk bed in a mix of rustic wood and iron brings mountain style to the design of this space. Mixing and matching pillows in neutral tones against brown plaid blankets nod to western style without feeling kitschy.
The upper level of the petite home has been transformed into a sleeping loft. The painted wood floors were part of the structure's original architecture (this area was a hay loft). For storage, built-in shelving and a custom hinged clothing rack were added.
Modern construction can often feel austere and uninviting — the homeowners wanted to shift that dynamic, but ensure the space still felt minimalist. Earthy hues, organic elements and selected antiques are incorporated for maximum impact, resulting in a space that feels warm and inviting, but also clean and edited.
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.
Elegant Master Bedroom Mixes Rustic and Contemporary Styles
The stacked stone fireplace with chunky wood mantel is a dramatic focal point in this rustic, contemporary master bedroom. The barnwood ceiling and branch-inspired chandelier juxtapose against the sleek, contemporary canopy bed, while a flokati rug adds softness and style underfoot. Design by Tracey Byrne
Homeowners Ron and Jane Bladon turned to casual, no-frills decorating when furnishing the loft bedroom of their mountain house in Ellijay, Ga. From no-fuss built-ins to simple window coverings and classic furnishings, their sleeping space is all about comfort and coziness.