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For a touch of drama, this homeowner added black in various fabrics as well as in the plates and frames on the walls. Bold chevron stripes on the pillows mixed with a classic duvet pattern brings contemporary elements to the mix.
The highlight of this room is the stenciled accent wall behind the bed. The bright persimmon-and-white duvet is grounded with
a soft blue coverlet. The squared-off headboard’s casual slipcover, made with a soft blue linen, can be removed and tossed
in the laundry.
In keeping with the calming color scheme, an antique shopkeeper's cabinet with glass-front drawers was painted white and serves as an interesting dresser. A flea market painting of roses and an array of old perfume bottles complete the romantic vignette on the dresser. The whimsical chandelier over the bed complements the room's style. A curtained cased opening separates the master bedroom from the family room.
Light-drenched window nooks, exposed timber beams, and mountain cabin-inspired furniture make this master bedroom a retreat unto itself. Antique prints of regional wildlife, along with floral-themed drapery, also reference the home’s forested location.Light-drenched window nooks, exposed timber beams, and mountain cabin-inspired furniture make Cow Rock Cottage’s master bedroom a retreat unto itself. Antique prints of regional wildlife, along with floral-themed drapes, also reference the home’s forested location.
Touches of basic black and black-and-silver furniture mix with fabrics in shades of aqua and teal. The mirrored canopy bed features a headboard upholstered in deep turquoise velvet. The opulent floral silk of the duvet cover inspired the bold ceiling color.
This room, with its mixed traditional furnishings and contemporary details, takes its inspiration from a Japanese garden.
The furniture comes from a number of sources. Some pieces are antique or vintage―the original recycled product―and others
are made from reclaimed wood, but the majority is from nearby furniture companies committed to manufacturing in environmentally
sensitive ways. For flooring, a fast-growing yet durable bamboo with a dark stain was chosen to keep the room from looking
Stylishly simplified, the bedroom is as easy on the eyes as it is on the body. A modern four-poster bed bridges past and present and gives the otherwise contemporary space a dash of Southern romanticism. A quilted silk duvet in a soft shade of gray, navy pillows, and an antique needlepoint lumbar pillow in navy and white highlight the bed. A fresh coat of white paint freshens the room without making it too bright to be relaxing. Contemporary patterned fabric panels draw the eye to the windows and to the view beyond.
The pattern on the upholstered headboard served as an inspiration for the color scheme in this room, and a unique chandelier
lends an air of casual elegance to the space.
Green design doesn't have to mean mod and sleek. Start by using low-VOC (volatile organic compounds) paint on the walls. The four-poster bed is crafted from rattan, a fast-growing, sustainable product. It can be grown in natural forests without disturbing the existing structure and balance. The two crystal bedside lamps and the dressing table in the bedroom are floor samples from Brunschwig & Fils. Items such as these are good for your home’s indoor air quality because they have been off-gassing for a while.
In the master bedroom, gray damask linens add subtle color and pattern to the iron-and-brass bed. To coordinate, draperies made of silver-and-gray fabric were lined in white.
A serene color scheme of golds and beiges sets a restful mood in this urban loft bedroom.
This welcome getaway, with its soothing, cream-colored walls and mixture of antique and reproduction furniture, feels conveniently
detached from the family hustle and bustle.
The four-poster bed features spiral-turned twists, also called barley twists, a design commonly found in 17th-century manor houses. The generous folds of the attached bed skirt maximize the regal height of the four-poster. Black and white, on fabrics and lamps, add graphic punch to the green scheme.
The very strong structural lines of this bed are complemented by the geometric pattern found on the bed linens.
Keeping the basics white gives a clean, versatile look. Hanging a mirror above the headboard reflects light and creates a focal point.
Brown and blue are paired in the master suite, keeping the room restful yet crisp. The floral curtains add a feminine touch, while the bed linens take a masculine turn with a bold monogram that complements the dark wood tones found in the furniture.
Though this room is small in square footage, the decorative impact is big. Carved wood birds perch on the tall, curvy headboard. Greens and browns in a variety of shades and textures give more depth and interest to this woodsy getaway. Situated just off the screened porch, the open door brings in the sounds of the lake and woods.
The timeless look of a four-poster bed and barley twist side table give the room a classic feel that will hold up well as time passes.
This homeowner wanted a calm, ocean-like room that reminded her of her childhood on the water.
Different shades of green make crisp white bedding and accessories pop. Luxurious layered flooring grounds the space with exaggerated textures.
This master bedroom displays a more-is-more approach. Bravo to the beautiful screen above the headboard and the vaulted ceiling with its wood beams saved from an old barn. But the standing ovation goes to the abundant use of fabric. A green floral material wraps the walls like the woods outside and continues onto the bed, a bench, and the curtains. Accents such as the antique antlers, prints, and frames give the room even more mountain grandeur.
Every evening feels like a vacation in a bedroom that takes its inspiration from the clean colors and lines of a chic luxury hotel room.
This small and tranquil space feels larger and lighter thanks to the mirrored closet doors.
Large expanses of wall-space can be hard to decorate. So this room uses the texture of decorative molding panels and trim
to enhance the walls.
The cheerful needlepoint rug in this room ties together all of the other colorful accessories.
See how Eddie Ross used flea market finds to transform this room into a light-filled, colorful retreat that’s exactly what
the homeowner pictured for herself.
These homeowners collected antiques from Kansas City and combined them with painted pieces, flea market finds, and antique
reproductions for a casual beach look.
A classic palette of blue and yellow gets a punchy modern update in this bedroom makeover, filled with fresh ideas for budget