The niche between the two bookshelves is the perfect spot for the crib; in later years, a headboard will tuck neatly up against the wall. The gold polka dots on the back wall are brought out by the spherical gold pendants in the center of the room.
You don't need to invest in a fancy and expensive rug to get a polished look — think outside the box. Buy a few mats and tape them together to form one larger rug. Choosing ones with variations and multiple colors makes it easy to hide any seams.
Despite the neutral color scheme, this nursery sets an inviting tone with shades gray, white and yellow. A variety of patterns--the wallpaper, yellow blanket, gray rocker and blue footstool--add personality to the soothing space.
Unique was what the homeowner was looking for in the design of her apartment, so designers created a headboard out of rare Oriental panels. Then, they pulled the cherry hues out of the frame with the bold, red details on and around the bed, like the lamp shades and the pillows.
An accent wall in this "gothic glam" guest bedroom is covered in wallpaper from Iris Maschek. A ruby-hued bed adds a pop of color but keeps with the room's moody vibe. Lamps from Voila Gallery connect the space to industrial elements found elsewhere in the home. LIghting is dim, setting the tone for a show-stopping space with a modern gothic mood.
To create a mood that's dramatic and intimate, try a dark color on a bedroom's walls. This one gets a dose of black, paired with curtains in rich earth tones. A chrome canopy bed is a sleek finishing touch.
Toddler-size bunk beds are an excellent space-saving furniture option for children under the age of seven. Thinner and less wide than twin-size beds, toddler-size beds use up less space, thus allowing extra chairs or tables to fit into the room.
The aesthetic in this modern bedroom is "rock star gothic grunge with a modern twist." Custom mural wallpaper by Iris Maschek is recessed into an illuminated cove and framed with a custom silver leaf frame by Voila Gallery, becoming artwork in the space. The neo-Baroque Abigail Ahern light fixture above the bed is a masterpiece on its own.
Designed for a professional athlete and his brother, Garcia's goal was to keep the home young and modern. In addition, the client wanted to feel like he was living in his own nightclub. The bedroom wall acts as the headboard and is covered in tufted vinyl with studded nail heads. The ceiling is hand-painted using real silver leaf.
To add some fun, bold color to the master bedroom, designers brought in a piece of artwork that was created with drippings from melted crayons. They hung this unique piece above a vintage, 1930s black dresser with copper pulls. Both of these pieces pop against the jet black walls of the master bedroom.