“This was very much a monochromatic room and we just needed a little pop of color to make it fun when you walk by. We started out with the gray and white, added the green and we just wanted something to tweak your eye,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
A glass chandelier provides a fun finishing touch in this eclectic, colorful guest bedroom. Asian-inspired patterns adorn the custom upholstered headboard and an antique armchair. A folding screen complements the colors in the fabric and brightens an otherwise dark corner.
Mismatched stripes work together here with classic navy balancing out the bolder red and light blue color scheme in the bed skirt and bolster pillows. Plants reside in woven hanging baskets to add visual interest and texture.
A mix of high end stripes and patterns were used to create a layered pillow plan, and bedding from Overstock.com rounded out the bed's look. A vintage star found the day before install proved to be the perfect accent on the wall! Traditional wall lights added texture and functionality to the space.
Using the clients' existing bed, Jenn Feldman Designs created a nursery that could also function as a guest room when family came to visit, also allowing the youngest brother of three boys to seamlessly grow into his room.
Bright pops of orange bring fun energy to the oceanfront guest room. An orange and white herringbone rug grounds the space and complements the orange and white bedding. Nestled in one corner, an office nook is painted orange to match the color scheme, and full-length windows offer wonderful views of Vero Beach.
This welcoming guest bedroom features a curved tan loveseat with green pillow, a large piece of black-and-white abstract artwork, white and green floral curtains, and a bed with tan linens and a skirt that matches the curtains.