Red, White and Blue
\"When you think of Texas it's all checks and plaids, and those basic fabrics that are the network of America,\" designer Linda Woodrum says. \"Iron-frame beds and board-and batten wainscoting harken to a Texas from an earlier era. The black and camel colors are very charming and graphic, and we've topped them off with a little red-and-white checked star.\"
The basic fabrics are also plush and super-soft, and, combined with the patter of rain on the metal roof, the bunkhouse might offer the most restful sleep of any of the four bedrooms.
Soaring high above the rest of the house, the bunkhouse bedroom is more like the hayloft of a barn. \"One of the lovliest surprises we have up there are two punch-out windows that enable us to look down on the great room,\" Linda says. The scissor trusses are so synonymous with the great room and are featured here along with a corrugated metal roof.
A guest bedroom wouldn't be complete without a private bathroom. The double doors lead to a bathroom that uses earth tones and outdoor-inspired accessories to continue the rustic theme of the bunkhouse.