Vintage toys and treasures set the tone in this kid's bedroom that's part of the HGTV Dream Home 2009 designed by Kim Myles. Twin four poster beds add elegant vertical height while a rich red makes the room feel snug and cozy.
Built as a caretaker's cottage on a Connecticut horse farm, this home now serves as a guest cottage, Airbnb rental and a private retreat for the property owner. Rust red exterior paint gives the house a subdued touch of color for an updated take on traditional barn red.
A pair of twin beds with striped bedding anchor this kid's room. A large window is dressed with a black-and-white patterned roman shade, which stands out against the bold red wall. A lamp with a cow-print lampshade brings a western vibe to the room.
The kids may not come inside all summer when you show them this delicious deck covered by an oversized tent. Twin beds paired with rustic nightstands will keep sleepyheads cozy while rugs, armchairs, benches and coffee tables provide every comfort to occupants when awake.
In the renovation of the home, designers worked hard to gracefully integrate modern comforts into the historic structure. Here, residents can cozy up by a large fireplace and take in a wide stretch of bay views.
Two window seats decked out in friendly red-and-white prints invite afternoons of daydreaming or curling up with a favorite book. A polka dot rug and accent pillows pull the bright color into the rest of the bedroom.
Horseshoe hooks are a fun place to hang your hat in this country style mudroom. A basket neatly gathers various accessories and the bench is full of cheery patterns, unified by their red-and-white color palette.
This exterior loggia is painted in Farrow & Ball's "Pointing," which contrasts brightly with the nearby room. From the buffalo check chair to the busy wallpaper, the red-infused sitting room has a cozy, Colonial feel.