Loft Pictures From Blog Cabin 2009

A chair upholstered in leather and a western-style textile offers a cozy spot to sit and read in this bunk room. The rustic look of the armchair, wooden bunk bed and animal accessories are part of the home's mountain getaway theme.

Adjacent to the guest room, the loft includes a reading area with a comfy leather and tapestry chair and an eclectic mix of artwork, including an original acrylic painting by artist Joycelyn Hairston, a folk art wall hanging and scraps of material from the bunk bed linens, artfully framed and displayed.

A lodge-style side table holds a lamp with sculptural base – a functional piece of artwork for the loft.

Each bed is dressed in crisp white linens with country gingham pillows from Waverly’s Home Seasons collection and shams from Pine Cone Hill.

The bunk bed, crafted by Jimmy DiResta in a poplar wood, features two linen drawers for storage. A forged iron lantern above each bed allows for late-night reading and storytelling.

An original acrylic painting by artist Joycelyn Hairston complements primitive tabletop decor.

To carry out the nature theme in the space, a vintage-style botanical postcard is displayed in a rustic wood frame.

Storytelling continues in the loft space with a weathered old metal tin that, although new, has the look and feel of an old family heirloom.

A handsome bureau with distressing and intricate carving balances the more primitive arts and crafts furnishings in the space.

The rustic bunk bed fits the mountain getaway decor theme in this vacation home and makes the most of the small window niche. Built-in drawers below the lower mattress offer the perfect spot to store blankets and linens when not in use.