For a serene master bedroom, designers chose a cool gray and light purple color scheme. A large mirror went behind the headboard and was paired with mirrored night stands to reflect light and create more depth in the somewhat small space.
The decor in the master bedroom was selected to create a peaceful retreat that highlights the grand ocean views. Cooler tones contribute to the sense of serenity; a silk lilac wallcovering has a faint iridescent effect that changes with the natural light.
This master bedroom makes use of a unifying neutral palette dotted by powder blue accents. A matching pair of wingback armchairs with an ottoman and mirrored dresser make a cozy spot for bedroom lounging, perhaps accompanied by a glass of wine.
So what if your bedroom's on the smaller side? Go big with your headboard and bold with your pattern choices and wall paint and create a merry, eclectic space. Extra bonus with this room? The charming adjacent patio.
The kids' room incorporates built-in antique schoolhouse style desks, separate chalkboards and gooseneck lamps, an antique file cabinet for storing craft supplies and an interior awning with cedar shingles stained dark to coordinate with other wood accents.