If cooler fall weather also means hosting weekend guests, swap out lightweight summer bedding for heavier linens in rich fall shades, like pumpkin, russet or gold, as design diva Candice Olsen did here. Changing just a few key pieces is an easy way to refresh a bedroom's look, plus your guests will appreciate bunking in such a well-appointed and cozy room.
After a busy day in the city, this soothing master bathroom offers much needed privacy and peace. Here, the can settle into the tub for a long hot bath, or simply soak up the panoramic views spanning from Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean.
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.
This white upstairs bedroom is perfect for kids with a partially vaulted ceiling and a large window for lots of natural light. Matching twin beds with upholstered headboards provide a space to sleep, while a small desk is available for study time.
The bed tucks neatly into a niche between two stacks of built-in shelves in this bedroom, a neat design move that saves floor space. Faux fur pillows, a rustic wood bench and antlers mounted above the bed all nod to the home's Lake Tahoe location.
To give this room some personality, designers added an orange stripe to the top of the walls. This brightens the space and adds a focal point to the room. Then, they brought in industrial shelving to provide interest and add storage and display options.
The statement piece in the bedroom is the custom headboard with arched design, echoing the new archways incorporated into the home's layout. The headboard was designed by Joanna Gaines and fashioned by carpenter and furniture artisan Clint Harp. The shiplap on the ceiling and walls is original to the house and was exposed when old drywall was removed.