In the master bedroom of a California mid-century modern home, designers Diego Monchamp and Ryan Brown of Brown Design Group took a bold approach to the asymmetrical architecture, emphasizing it with the contrasting colors of the walls and ceiling. “We used a spectrum of grays and blues, including a steel-blue wallcovering, throughout the room to make it feel sophisticated and neutral,” says Monchamp. “Wood elements always complement these muted tones.”
A light aqua wall with starburst wall decor brings a beautiful and fun accent to this girl's room. The matching beds feature bright aqua bed frames and white linens with a bold pink border. A coral dresser adds even more color and a unique element to the feminine design.
Navy and white create a chic contrasting color palette in this sophisticated master bedroom. A tufted upholstered headboard makes a dramatic statement, while abstract art adds a contemporary touch to the space.
Layers of dark luxurious fabrics and modern silhouettes create a unique and relaxing master bathroom. The black headboard creates contrast to the gray-and-white graphic bedding, while a contemporary light fixtures makes a bold statement.
Natural light illuminates this clean and simple boy's closet and reading nook with blue walls. A green striped pull-up curtain adds a colored design matched by green plaid ties hanging from the necks of the moose head and antelope head wall fixtures. A pair of metal grate chairs sit under the wall decor outside the window seat.
Don't think of beige as boring — think of it as a blank canvas. Look for geometric rugs in bright colors to punch up your bland carpet. If you can't settle on a hue, designer Holly Marsh suggest to "start with a color or a toy that makes you feel happy. You'd be surprised how far that one element can take you."
After a one-week redesign, this master bedroom received a major overhaul with a bright blue paint job and a stylish collection of varied patterns and prints. To lighten and brighten the room, the worn carpet was replaced with a whitewashed wood laminate floor.
An upscale retreat for the youngest gentleman of the house, the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 offers a nostalgic sense of boyish adventure. Designer Shelley Cahan combined classic, tailored elements with vintage-inspired nickel accents, distressed furnishings and a hand-drawn airplane on the ceiling.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines transformed a depressing room into a bright and festive nursery for the Purks' baby on the way. The old French Doors were removed to create a solid wall for a crib or bed placed against. The old wall paneling was removed and replaced with light blue painted drywall with white trim. Soft carpeting will be perfect for a child's room and metal crates hang on the wall and serve as storage for stuffed animals. A comfortable side chair is an inviting place to sit with the baby, and a crystal chandelier was removed from the original dining room and installed here in the nursery.