Stone Double Fireplace in Contemporary Master Bedroom
A double-sided stacked stone fireplace is a stunning focal point in the center of this elegant master bedroom. Comfortable chairs sit on one side for a cozy seating area, while a platform bed is situated between picturesque windows with beautiful views.
An industrial-style metal headboard is cut in a traditional shape and positioned against a wood-beam accent wall to create a rustic chic bedroom. Solid white bedding with gray and yellow accents adds subtle color to the space while still allowing the focal wall to take center stage.
The bed tucks neatly into a niche between two stacks of built-in shelves in this bedroom, a neat design move that saves floor space. Faux fur pillows, a rustic wood bench and antlers mounted above the bed all nod to the home's Lake Tahoe location.
To add country architecture to the interior of the sleeping cabin, its walls are covered in a style of wood cladding called board and batten. First, wooden planks are installed vertically and, once secure, the gaps between the boards are covered with 1-inch-by-2-inch trim to hide the seams.
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.
This grand master bedroom fuses hotel luxury with rustic elements like a reclaimed wood ceiling and a metal light fixture. The textured metal fireplace surround creates a unique and cozy sitting area by the fire.
As seen on HGTV's Rocky Mountain Reno, this bedroom, once covered in wood, dark and outdated, is now a bright, beautiful place for the couple to relax. A large window with neutral window treatments let in plenty of natural light, while the light color of the walls and ceiling help to reflect that light and keep the space feeling lights and open. Trista continues her design into the bedroom with the bold, blue bedspread and accent pillow. She added a modern touch with a metal chandelier hanging from the ceiling, but kept the rustic design alive with the exposed beam in the ceiling and the natural wood door to the right.
An oversized custom headboard makes a bold statement in this rustic bedroom. Drawing the eye above the bed is a two-tiered chandelier and exposed wood beam ceiling, while a triptych work of art fills one of the walls, matching the grandeur of the space.
A partition with built-ins divides this rustic, casual bedroom from the rooms beyond. Whitewashed finishes and soft white bedding give the room a lush, relaxed feel. Exposed beams tie the space to its setting and fit with the living area's rustic vibe.
A custom sliding barn door serves as the transition from the bedroom to the master ensuite. The rich navy blue relates to the overall color story of the home and brings warmth to the bedroom. Reclaimed wood creates a rustic backdrop to the bed.
Folk Art as Headboard in Rustic Sleeping Cabin Bedroom
To anchor the 15-foot-by-12-foot sleeping cabin in traditional country style, folk art—used in place of a headboard—draws the eye toward a queen bed outfitted with casual cotton linens. For a collected look, two different tables were used on each side of the bed instead of a matching pair. This is something interior designers do to make a space feel more one-of-a-kind.
Rustic Beach Guest Bedroom with Wall-Mounted Rock Headboards, Leaf Bedding, Wood Beams
A rustic guest bedroom is full of browns and oranges. The leaf bedding and the ceiling’s wood panels bring natural elements into the space. Designer Sandra Espinet used Light gray and black river rocks and pebbles to create the wall-mounted headboards.