HGTV Star contestant Abby Vasek designed this bedroom for an artist who loves to be surrounded by color. She painted the furniture and walls, then brought in contrasting green silk draperies and colorful patchwork bedding.
Inexpensive and easy to make, the tissue pom is a whimsical party favorite that can also add pizazz to a child's bedroom decor. Try incorporating different size poms and tissue paper in shades of the same color for maximum impact. Photo courtesy of ProjectNursery.com
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.
Off the pool area in this Florida home is a relaxing guest suite. The opium bed features blackout curtains that provide ultimate privacy. Warm oranges contrasts against the cool blues and greens to create an inviting tropical design.
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.
Muted walls with vibrant orange accents and geometric patterns make the kids’ bedroom not only fun but sophisticated and ideal for all ages. “I think it has universal appeal because it is very cute and childlike in a boy’s room, but I think this also works well as a guest room for adults,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
HGTV fan Andi2347 combined bold stripes in orange, pink, yellow and white to create the ultimate girls’ bedroom for two. The sweet color combination helps reflect the natural light, creating a playful yet sophisticated space.
A color palette of clementine and light pink bring an updated femininity to this welcoming bedroom. A mix of damask and polka dot fabric makes for a cozy and appealing canopy, while clean white linens dress the bed.
This bedroom, as seen on HGTV Design Star, has a colorful personality with bright tangerine walls. Multicolor bed linens peek out from below white comforters to add more color and contrast to the space. Two modern rocking chairs provide relaxing seating by the fireplace. One of Bret Ritter's contributions to the room is a graphic wall hanging that says "Relax" above the fireplace. While the piece ties in the wooden shelves around the room, the judges are not impressed with the unfinished artwork.
A rustic guest bedroom is full of browns and oranges. The leaf bedding and the ceiling’s wood panels bring natural elements into the space. Designer Sandra Espinet used Light gray and black river rocks and pebbles to create the wall-mounted headboards.