The decor of this bedroom is simple and unfussy. Varying shades of brown are used for the furnishings, bed linens, wall color and curtains. Subtle graphics on the lamps and accent pillows add visual interest and texture.
A gray upholstered bed features an oversized headboard in this transitional master bedroom. The wood accent wall works with the bed to act as a focal point. The room also features a stylish mix of midcentury-modern and contemporary furnishings and fixtures.
Custom choices are more and more popular in today's readily available bedroom collections. Stores like Room & Board offer the ability to select the fabric and frame so you can design your own custom headboard. "By picking just the right fabric, the rest of your bedroom choices can easily mix together. We offer more than 200 fabric options on our upholstered beds," says Katie Lloyd of Room & Board.
This luxurious master bedroom features a framed accent wall behind a gray upholstered headboard. White bed linens are given some accented texture with a faux fur throw. A pair of sophisticated neutral chairs are trimmed with nailhead and decorated with graphic throw pillows. A baby blue rug adds a soft touch of color to the design.
For a project that called for a sleek luxurious look — on a tight budget — designer Shirley Meisels shopped carefully. “You can create a great look without going custom,” says the designer, who turned to major retailers and online sources, choosing a bed, table, and linens from West Elm, a rug from Dwell Studio, and a lamp from Restoration Hardware. Of course, designer know-how is what pulls it all together: “To create warmth in such a spare and simple setting it’s important to add texture. That’s where the fur rug and fur cushion come into play.”