A children’s bedroom in film director Steven Spielberg’s East Hampton, New York, guesthouse, designed by architect Charles Gwathmey with interiors by Naomi Leff. Double bunk beds meet in the corner of the room, which is anchored by a colorful Matthew Imperiale rug next to a blue painted desk.
In an Aspen, Colorado, ski home, the beds in the bunk room, served by a blackened-steel ladder, are of wire-brushed oak with coverlets of Loro Piana cotton (the curtains are made of the same fabric). The lamp is by Christophe Côme, the armchairs are vintage Jeanneret, and the rug is by Ashbury Hides.
This bunk room is unlike any we’ve ever done before, because this one was built for adults rather than kids. The beds are queen-size and we built a full staircase to get to the top bunk, rather than a ladder.