HGTV Dream Home 2005: Bunkhouse Guest Bedroom Pictures

Complete with metal roofing and scissor trusses, this whimsical treetop-level guest bedroom delivers unforgettable views.

  • 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.\"

  • Deep Sleeper

    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.

  • Unique Enclosure

    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.

  • Rustic Space

    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.

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