This incredible bedroom is a wonderful example of how wildly different patterns can look magical together. Start with a big, bold piece—like the black-and-white wallpaper seen here—and layer different hues and textures around it.
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.
The combination of different patterns and colors brings life into this spacious bedroom. An Indian-inspired mirror is the ideal backdrop for the guest room daybed, bringing extra light into the space. Design by CHAI Studio.
As seen on HGTV's Home by Novogratz, the Novogratzes transformed this guest bedroom with orange and light blue flowered wallpaper, along with custom-made yellow-green curtains. They added some Old World charm with a pair of vintage wood architectural cornices in the corners
To give each sister her own space and make the most of the room's small footprint, designer Lexi Westergard separated the twin beds with a large blue dresser. Three spacious drawers ensure that both girls have enough room for clothes.
The white wall above the bed in this bedroom is the perfect backdrop for a series of colorful paintings. Their bright colors infuse the room with energy and are continued in the cheery mix of accent pillows on the bed.
The colors in this fun bedroom come entirely from accessories: a quartet of small paintings over the bed, accent pillows, bright candlesticks. The room's owners can easily switch out the elements for a whole new look.
A family of stuffed animals lounge against plaid pillows in this eclectic boys' bedroom. The bedding compliments the colors found in the map wallpaper behind the neutral upholstered headboard with navy and gold trim. The kids' room has a subtle nautical theme, but is sophisticated enough to grow with the child.