Designer Ashley Gilbreath brings her understated decorating style and keen architectural eye to this stunning, fresh bedroom.
This bedroom's designer, Ashley Gilbreath, entered college as an architecture major. This gave her a firm understanding of using form and color to highlight a room's architecture. She chose a bed with an extra-low headboard to ensure that the view from the window is not blocked. She also hung curtains from the slanted ceiling to form two separate nooks, one for a desk and one for sitting. As Gilbreath says, "Comfortable, calm colors and antique pieces make a space warm and not too fussy." The calm color palette also features pops of mustard yellow, inspired by a room from our January 1976 issue.