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A new take on bunk beds maximizes floor space in the 2010 HGTV Green Home. Have a light on both levels of a bunk bed so each child can read or do quiet activities before bedtime.

A patterned area rug grounds the design of this upper-floor escape, which boasts floor-to-ceiling east-facing windows. A trio of interior windows draws light from the stairwell into the sunny space. HGTV Green Home 2012: Guest Bedroom Pictures : Green Home : Home & Garden Television

This room's custom-made trundle daybed is upholstered in blue linen with green piping and topped with pillows embroidered with an oversized monogram. The Roman shades and custom lampshades are made with Josef Frank's "Manhattan" fabric. Photo by Lucas Allen

Bower Power...I couldn't help but think of you when i saw this picture. Almost exactly Will's old room.

I love the low shelf all along the wall. This is what I'm going for in our boys room, but we have a long low bookshelf. I think the cube shelf would be better - it's hard for them to keep the books on that long shelf organized, and we can't store any toys on there with the books or it just becomes a mess. I think this is what we have to do.

i have a couple vintage tennis rackets that i want to use on the wall. thought this was a cute idea.

Framed map, Greek key spread, drum lampshade. A lot of nice things going on in this bedroom.

how cute is this for a little boys room. vintage, little old man. so cute!

6a00e54ef51a8888330105371b6557970b-450wi by jamie meares, via Flickr -- yes please right - oh!

Boys room / remember this storage if the new bunks don't have drawers.