The exterior roofline creates a gabled ceiling in the master bedroom of HGTV Green Home 2010, punctuated by bold colors and feminine touches. The four-poster bed, which carpenter David Brown crafted from old doors purchased at Habitat for Humanity, is dressed in a collection of mod pillows and organic cotton sateen sheets, block-printed by hand.
Decorated with a nautical theme in mind, this guest room features cherry red and blue accents that stand out against the stark, white walls. Blue and white striped bed linens work together with a navy blue and white striped rug to add pattern and interest to the space. A seagrass bed completes the coastal vibe.
A red shaker-style, pencil-post bed with a paisley spread sets the stage in this Americana design. This guest suite incorporates iconic symbols and distinctly-patterned fabrics, including gingham carpet, to achieve the look.
A red, white and blue color palette gives this room a sophisticated, patriotic vibe. A red four poster bed with red patterned bedding is a bold statement in the space, which also features two floral-print chairs and a transitional console table.
In this living room, hardwood flooring contrasts with a red, white and blue color palette. Carpet tiles allow for the rearrangement of color and pattern when the room needs a refresh. White sofas keep the room from being too colorful.
Deep blue Gracie wallpaper makes a visual escape on the ceiling of this compelling bedroom. The color is picked up in the window's wooden trim, while the bold graphic print of the shade adds an eccentric visual punch.
This bedroom was designed for a preteen boy using a red white and blue color scheme. The bed was positioned to create a sense of openness, and dark blue board and batten molding was added to the lower portion of the wall.
Stars and stripes forever make a bold splash in this boy's nursery where ample floor space and clever storage solutions make it a room that will grow right along with its owner. The built-in bench is a fun, convenient way to bring in extra seating.
The red-striped pillow on this kitchen banquette was made from an antique French flour sack, but you can create a similar look using vintage dish towels, says author Susan Sully. For a weekend craft, make no-sew accent pillows with the dish towels or another fabric of your choosing to add color to your kitchen.