The ski dorm is punctuated by tomato-red walls and a knotty pine ceiling, which warms the space and lends rusticity.
Each mission-inspired bed is dressed with a quilted cover fashioned from outdoor fabric and topped with a collection of playful throw pillows. Lined drapes offer privacy, and metal extension lamps accommodate late-night reading.
Throw pillows are embroidered with fun vacation catch words: Hike, Fish, Bike, Board, Play, Ski, Sled and Swim.
Lined drapes, which slide on a track, offer privacy and further insulate each chamber on chilly winter nights.
Each bed is assigned a number that corresponds to a pegboard at the bedroom's entrance.
White cedar logs, felled in the area and stripped of bark, double as decorative columns in the space. Each log is fastened to the floor with epoxy and a pin and affixed to the ceiling with a screw.
Easy-climb ladders connect lower to upper bunks.
Cube-shaped ottomans, upholstered in fabric that complements the room's vibrant color palette, are grouped to create one large countertop and display space. They are portable and can be rearranged to suit activity.
A durable 100-percent wool rug softens hardwood flooring.
Peg coat hangers, crafted by carpenter David Brown, feature metal numbers that correspond to bunk beds.
A framed ski poster, displayed at the entrance to the ski dorm, hints at the room's color palette. "Upstairs I went very sophisticated with dark greens," says interior designer Linda Woodrum. "When I got to the ski dorm, I thought, 'I am just going to go crazy and push it to the limit.'"