A beautiful, velvet teal headboard with tufting brings a touch of glamour to this country cottage bedroom. Mismatched bedding gives the room an eclectic feel. A simple wooden stool serves as a nightstand.
A dramatic headboard made of natural wood is the focal point of this blue bedroom. Simple, neutral bedding and delicate lamps are stylish contrasts to the rustic look of the mismatched wooden nightstands.
Used on a brown accent wall above a low headboard, a wall decal adds a touch of whimsy to this contemporary bedroom. A platform bed keeps a low-profile with simple bed linens and a sleek profile. Mismatched nightstands and teal lamps are fun bedside accents.
Draped in clean, white linens, the canopy bed is the centerpiece of the rustic yet romantic bedroom. Mismatched nightstands bring a collected feel to the space, while a trio of gold sunburst mirrors bounce light around the space.
Shared by male and female guests, the overall look and feel of this guest space was kept neutral. The bed area is made up of a custom headboard, mismatched end tables used as nightstands, comfortable, earth-toned linens and industrial oversized pendant lights which free up valuable tabletop surface for books, accessories and cell phones.
Formal dining doesn't have to be fussy. The mismatched glass goblets and loosely arranged centerpiece keeps this table from feeling too stuffy, while sterling silver, linen napkins and place cards keep it dressy enough for holiday dining. Strike a balance that's comfortable for you, your family and guests.
Weather permitting, take your spring parties outdoors. Here, designer Brian Patrick Flynn used a green and white color palette for the table's linens and place settings and puts mismatched vintage chairs to work for seating. Instead of a standard centerpiece, he used chicken lawn ornaments and watering cans filled with fresh tulips.