Whimsical Kids' Room in Secluded California Retreat
Stone walls, a whimsical wood balcony and an elaborate Peter Rabbit-inspired mural make this California kids' room an fairy tale-style retreat fit for a little prince or princess. Grass-colored carpet and 3-D greenery heighten the room's effect, while twin beds seem appear to be built into the architecture.
This spacious master bedroom is an earth-toned masterpiece. High ceilings and a chandelier give the space a sense of elegance, and stone and reclaimed wood ensure the room is grounded in its rustic roots. A charming window seat provides a cozy spot for reading.
Exposed wood beams bring a rustic quality into this transitional bedroom with a large window overlooking the beauty of Whistler, British Columbia. An area rug softens the hardwood floor, while a Craftsman-style bed is centered for the best view.
Stone walls, sloping beamed ceilings and a mural that wraps the space turns this kids' room into a whimsical, child-like dreamland. Beds are built into niches around the room, allowing ample space for young guests. A wood balcony overlooks a window seat that filters in natural light.
This beautifully simple, rustic room features a wooden-framed canopy bed with full surrounding white curtains, fluffy white bed linens and a drooping top cover. A wooden bench rests at the foot of the bed under a large iron light fixture hanging from the beams of the peaked ceiling.
Bedroom With Board-and-Batten Wood Walls, Casual Bed Fabric
Ron and Jane use the sleeping cabin to relax and unwind on weekends. With comfort playing a huge role in the relaxation process, the bedding ensemble is made of cotton sheets, pillow covers and a lightweight coverlet. In addition to being casual and comfy, cotton bedding is easy to clean and launder.
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 Bedroom Retreat with Fireplace, Window Seat
Cozy touches including a window seat, stone fireplace and custom carpet turn this rustic bedroom into a luxe retreat. A comfortable leather chair takes advantage of the light from the room's multiple windows, while a glam, yet rustic pendant light adds elegance to the space. Custom draperies draw for privacy and to block light, while opening fully during the day to allow the room's occupants to take maximum advantage of the sweeping views.
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.
Statement-Making Stone Fireplace in Master Bedroom
A double-sided stacked stone fireplace centers this rustic yet contemporary master bedroom. Exposed wood beams add architectural detail to the room, while large picturesque windows offer tons of natural light and beautiful views of the outdoors.
Redwood walls and ceiling are used to create a warm environment in this California ranch home. Cool whites and grays make a striking contrast against the redwood. A comfortable bed is flanked by wood nightstands and contemporary sconces, while a pair of armchairs and a chaise lounge provide resting spots throughout the space.
Rocky Mountain Bedroom Retreat is a Rustic Getaway
This rustic master bedroom is a cozy retreat in Snowmass, Colo. Sheer creamy curtains are hung on metal rods at the ceiling, creating the illusion of a canopy bed around the gray upholstered bed. Gray boards break up the exposed wood walls for a touch of contemporary and to highlight the window seat, as well as the TV and fireplace.
To create a space that is relaxing and romantic, the room layers sumptuous velvet and silk fabrics with handcrafted furniture and antiques. Exposed ceiling beams add a rustic note, while elaborate chandeliers bring in a touch of glam.
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.
Rustic wood creates twin bunk beds, perfect for overnight guests. Drawers at the bottom blend seamlessly into the design, while providing storage. Pillows featuring closeup shots of mountain animals brings a whimsical vibe to the space. Design by Tracey Byrne