An interesting mix of geometric and floral patterns looks surprisingly harmonious against the neutral bedding. The different patterns and shapes of the pillows create further interest in this stylish master suite.
Side-by-side french door closets enclose the storage space this bedroom keeping the room open, airy and uncluttered. A simple modern black bed frame is topped with plush white bed linens and layers of fluffed throw pillows. Patterned pillow finish the bed decor adding a touch of color and bohemian style to the room.
Throw pillows on the bed add a punch of color to this dreamy neutral palette. The dark wood four poster bed brings lovely contrast against the pastel wall color, and mismatched nightstands with matching lamps finish off the design.
Headboards don’t have to be hard or uncomfortable, and for smaller spaces, it’s sometimes better not to have a formal one at all. “For small spaces or studios, I like placing a bed in a corner and using lots of throw pillows as a ‘headboard’ so the bed can act as both a lounge/sofa alternative and as a bed for guests,” says Atlanta design blogger Jo Torrijos at A Simpler Design.
As seen on HGTV’s House Hunters Renovation, gray and orange bedding in a merry mix of graphic prints makes this kid's bed cute in the chic-est possible way! Bed: Baby Relax Cruz Grey Toddler Bed; Pillow: Wally Whale Shaped Decorative Throw Pillow both provided by Overstock.com.
To further tie the room together, designer Lexi Westergard outfitted the girls' beds with gold-printed sheets that complement their mirror and other accessories. In turn, the space feels fun but also a little bit glam.
A floral-like design on the throw pillow adds a mix of bright colors to this little girl's bed. The aqua bed frame looks beautiful against the lighter blue wall. A coral dresser is a fun and feminine addition.
This lounging nook in the corner offers a spacious place to take in the view of the city and enjoy the natural light from the windows. Bold geometric pillows and a bright green ottoman contrast the white walls and day bed.
"Just because it's a masculine room doesn't mean the bed has to be boring," says Genevieve Gorder, judge for HGTV Design Star commenting on the Girls' team bedroom design. "Add some dimension with a headboard so we don't feel like we're in college."