In this master bedroom modern farmhouse meets upscale sophistication. Using bold elements like the metal frame canopy bed in conjunction with unexpected light, airy pastels for the color palette, designer Mollie Openshaw was able to create a space that makes a statement, but is also restful and serene.
This posh baby boy's nursery features an all-over gray and neutral palette with splashes of teal, as seen in the curtains and floral design on the rug. Illustrated wallpaper lines the room, while a white armchair and ottoman provide a cozy spot for cuddling with baby.
This baby boy's nursery features a white upholstered armchair and ottoman trimmed in faux fur, providing the perfect spot for cozying up with a little one. Teal window treatments add a pop of color, while a gray floor lamp is positioned next to the chair.
Try this coastline blue tone for a fresh take on Caribbean style. Pairing it with salmon and pink bed linens creates a classic color combination. Colorful artwork adds to the overall vibrancy of the room while natural light from the french door keeps the space bright and awake.
The most impactful design elements in this tween bedroom are the graphic, modern bull's-eyes painted on the focal wall. Hand-painted by family friend and painter Lou Kregel, each bull's-eye has five accent colors. From the outside in, the C2 Paints are: "Chamomile" C2-153, "Larkspur" C2-313, "Solo" C2-128, "Calypso" C2-089 and "Hydrangea" C2-315.
The homeowner wanted a retreat for the couple's eight year old whose room needed a "big girl" upgrade, so designers created a space where an eight year old would be perfectly comfortable, but could easily transition for an older girl with only a few minor tweaks. To achieve this, designers created a focal wall with watercolor floral wallpaper, then, they mixed fun, unexpected bedding and fabrics to add visual interest to help the room feel as if it has been collected over time.
Since the "big boy" bedroom and nursery were adjoining, designers had to create spaces that would complement each other as well as be sophisticated enough to grow with the boys as they get older, so they created a "dipped" effect that made for the perfect backdrop for the Astronaut Big Boy Room and the Whale of a Tale Nursery.