Host Erin Napier said the old closet and sitting area had the feeling of a cage fight with its metal side lights and trophy display area. After the renovations, the master bedroom, and master closet now feature refinished hardwood floors, a new coat of paint and new furnishings to create a relaxed retreat area.
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.
In the master bedroom, the wall on which the bed rests is covered in a gorgeous, metallic silver grass cloth that conceals the hidden door to the closet. Above the mirrored, four-poster bed, a brass chain link chandelier makes a bold statement, while rich texture was added with black faux fur pillow shams and blanket at the food of the bed. To personalize the space even further, designers had a modern, monogram printed on metallic linen.
By turning the room upside down (stripes on ceiling), designer Karen Wolf created a focal point, leading to the giant window showcasing the star of the room -Dwell Studios “Brushed Dot” fabric with peacock and yellow polka dots.
This neutral midcentury modern nursery features a bold accent wall covered in a pattern of gray circles. The room also features a white dresser with dark trim, a white crib, white pouf ottoman, and blue-and-white striped rug.
A tufted bench and patterned rug add texture to the sleek and stylish finishes in this bedroom. White sliding barn-style doors pop against the gray walls. The tall white headboard, gray and white bed linens and gray bench continue the calm color pairing through the room. A two-blade ceiling fan highlights the modern influence of the design.
Off-white walls make it easy to transform the mood of the space with accessories and decor. Here, a two-toned dresser, simple floor lamp and woven rug play into the simple Southwestern aesthetic of the room.
Take a look at midcentury designs and you’ll notice a number of characteristics that are easy to adapt to any space—without investing in a single vintage piece. In this bedroom, for example, designer Jill Greaves created a midcentury look by using a mix or warm wood tones, pops of primary color, and graphic design patterns.