Contemporary Guest Room Features Bold Orange Accents
Natural light floods this guest room thanks to the large bay window. A pair of orange lumbar pillows and a matching bench at the foot of the bed bring a pop of color to the soft gray palette, and a sparkling light fixture above adds a touch of glam to the design.
Charcoal Bedroom With Turquoise Accents and Asian Flair
Designer Mary DeWalt created a true sense of the sublime with her beautiful color choices for this bedroom. Although the room has a contemporary feel, it also reflects an Asian-inspired sensibility, especially with the art Dewalt chose for the grouping behind the bed. Great symmetry abounds in the design, projecting serenity and simplicity.
“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.
Guest Room Features Graphic, Upholstered Beds & Bold Red Accents
A bold red dresser in the middle of the twin beds doubles as a nightstand in this guest room. Red framed artwork ties together the color scheme. Graphic black and white upholstered beds with matching shams and neutral bedding completes the look.
For extra clothing storage, the updated dresser was assigned to a long wall just 2 feet away from the bed. Its 12 drawers offer ample space for sweaters, scarves and holiday garb. A wedding image printed on canvas as well as a collection of bright white accessories create an elegant focal point for the room's far wall.
A locally sourced abstract painting provides a visually interesting focal point in the guest bedroom and intense pops of color. “As you come in the garage door, you see this room and you’re trying to pull the eye in to explore and that is why we chose that painting. It has a lot of that green, turquoise, a splash of orange and some black so it’s always a kind of fun game with art,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.