This coastal-style bedroom can sleep up to six kids with a pair of trundle bunk beds. Red quilt bedspreads and red pillows complement the coral wallpaper. A ship's anchor, cork net floats and starfish carry out the nautical theme.
Designer Annie Lowengart created a modern homage to her sister's orange and pink childhood room in "Smoll's Room Redux" at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The punchy, graphic wallpaper on the ceiling by Flavor Paper is tempered by the more traditional stylings of the headboards and armchair chair from Chairish.
This stylish master bedroom features modern pendant lights positioned above each of the custom bedside tables. Orange accents, like a vase of tulips, decorate the nightstand and match the throw pillows on the bed. A neutral upholstered headboard adds a finishing touch.
This stately bedroom belongs to a 12-year-old boy, but has enough elegant style to please anyone. Orange, gray and black create a masculine, outdoorsy feel; and the desk and built-in window seat are comfortable, cozy spots to get in some homework or daydreaming time.
To help make this little girl's large bedroom cozy instead of cavernous, the designer added a seating area with a window seat and a canopy to the bed. Vibrant colors and patterns bring whimsy and fun to the space.
This tasteful bedroom was designed for a 12-year-old boy. It incorporates his love of animals and sports and is sophisticated enough to grow with him into his teen years and beyond. The slight woodsy feel of the space meshes well with the home's proximity to a nature reserve.
This small print wallpaper has a sweetly vintage feel; its bold blue and orange hue gives it a fresh modern twist. The navy blue lacquered nightstand and whale tale lamp continue the chic-meets-country design theme.
Natural light illuminates this master bedroom with a neutral upholstered bed and headboard and orange accents. Circular metal pendant lights hang above each of the custom floating nightstands, while a framed mountain photograph is positioned above the bed.
Designer Holly A. Kopman pairs a mother-of-pearl nightstand with soft gray and white bedding to create a soothing bedroom. A faux fur rug provides a soft step next to the bed while an attached wall scone shines light on the headboard.
An unexpected orange creates a bright and colorful guest bedroom. Complementary blue is used in the artwork, bedding and accessories for contrast, and the sleigh daybed brings a touch of traditional to the eclectic space.
“We just had fun in here, we have the mossy green walls and we brought in orange for the accent. We found this triptych painting, which was made by a local artist and we are in University of Texas land so people here will understand that is a longhorn which is their mascot,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.