HGTV Green Home 2012: Kid's Bedroom Pictures

A magical escape for pint-sized family members, the third-floor bedroom is designed to stand up to wear and tear.

Twin beds fashioned from repurposed pieces of pine, poplar and plywood feature headboards upholstered in durable, solution-dyed acrylic fabric.

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A glass-topped table, fashioned from pieces of hand-gathered driftwood, serves as the room's centerpiece. Flexible gooseneck lamps aid in reading or homework.

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Continuing the room's play on fun, youthful themes, "Pancake," a pet portrait by David Ryden, is paired with oil-on-wood paintings by Georgia-trained painter Jeff Surace.

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Beds are dressed in cotton and organic cotton linens. A layering of textures and fabric patterns suits both children and discriminating houseguests.

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A loft cantilevers over the beds, creating a cozy cabin-like cove in which twin beds tuck.

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An oak-wood ladder leads to the bunk area, clad in engineered hickory flooring. Oak-wood banisters, paired with cable railing, ensure safety and security.

Beanbag seats — filled with eco-friendly inserts — cozy up to a flat-screen TV and game console. An awning-style window provides light and opens to promote ventilation.

Like a treehouse perched above the backyard, the loft provides a birds-eye view of the landscape, defined by pops of green and graphic prints.

An earth-friendly area rug in the room's color palette serves to soundproof and anchor the space.

A parson chair wrapped in kiwi-colored leather and a wingback chair covered in retro poolside-inspired outdoor fabric carve out the room's reading areas.

Adding a hint of industrial-chic style, a metal-mesh floor lamp, purchased at The Bilt-House in Serenbe, finds a home in the room's far corner.

Accounting for guests' every need, quilts are folded at the edge of each bed, should evenings take a chilly turn.

A brass-wrapped, sustainable mango and low-emission engineered wood dresser provides storage as well as countertop surface to display a retro mantel clock and natural jute-wrapped reading lamps — a nod to nautical.

Storable options include small closets that flank beds and hand-fashioned peg railing complete with coat hooks fashioned from a fallen wax myrtle.

A clever bucket and pulley system keeps the loft stocked with treats and supplies.