Bedroom Gallery

by | Jul 9, 2021 | Bedrooms, Designing, How-To, Room-By-Room

The trend these days is toward putting the master bedroom on the main floor of the home, but why not choose the loft if it is as spectacular as this one? The owners get a bird’s-eye view of their property and can enjoy looking at the intricate roof structure of their log home.

Rocky Mountain Log Homes

The sense of space and height in this bedroom is accentuated by the painted sheetrock and upper windows that mimic the roof line and highlight the roof structure. The owners can enjoy the view from bed or venture out to their private deck to soak up the sun. The dark-stained furniture and light wall-to-wall carpet keep the room grounded and cozy.

It’s all about the view in this master bedroom. The bed is centered in the room, bringing the owners closer to the doors to the spacious deck, which has a glass railing. The substantial headboard provides the perfect spot for the dresser. The stucco walls complement the wood trim and ceiling beams.

Nico Marques.Photekt/designed by Trulinea Architects

The view takes center stage in this master bedroom, too, but with a more modern approach. The creative wood panel on the ceiling adds texture and directs the eye toward the double doors to the deck. The warm tones of the walls and floor prevent the room from feeling cold.

Photo by Roger Wade Studio

This bedroom may be small but it’s full of North Woods charm, with its buffalo check curtains and classic Pendleton bed coverings. It has access to the deck through a glass door that brings in a lot of natural light.

The owners of this log home dared to go bold with warm orange-red paint on the walls of their guest room. The color works beautifully with the wood ceiling and window trim. Any guest would be happy to spend time here.

Golden Eagle Log Homes/photo by Roger Wade Studio

Sunlight floods this lovely bedroom through the rounded window and its matching counterpoint above the bed. The white chairs and appliqued quilt stand out from the wood floor, walls, and ceiling.
The angles of the ceiling and walls are striking and create a natural place for the bed.

Reid Smith Architects/photo by Roger Wade Studio

A window wall is not just for great rooms. The owners of this home are treated to a panoramic view of
their lakeside property from the bed. The natural stone wall and wood ceiling are complemented by a white painted wall behind the bed. It’s a great mix of rustic and contemporary style.