Lively Guest Room With Tropical-Theme and Patterned Wallpaper
This fresh guest bedroom boasts a pair of twin beds positioned in front of an accent wall covered in red and gold patterned wallpaper. A small desk and breakfast table sit atop natural wide plank hardwood floors, while the exposed beam ceiling is painted white.
Pink and Gold Girl's Bedroom With Bright Pink Bean Bag Chair
This fun room is decorated with a little girl in mind, as seen in the white and gold polka dot bed linens and colorful throw pillows. A pink bean bag chair and faux fur rug at the foot of the bed provide a cozy spot for reading. Dark brown hardwood floors provide a finishing touch.
Pink and Gold Girls' Bedroom With Feminine Nightstand
This quintessential girls' bedroom features a stylish pairing of gold and pink hues. A gold metal lamp sits atop a soft pink nightstand with a ruffled edge and gold legs. White and gold polka dot bed linens dress each of the twin beds, while the pink and yellow upholstered headboards add a finishing touch.
This eclectic bedroom earns a dose of glamour with gold accents, like this shelf and flower vase. A palm tree table lamp with a black shade adds a fun touch, while a seashell and geode provide natural decor.
Pink, Gray and Gold Girl's Bedroom With Twin Beds and Polka Dot Comforters
This lively kids' bedroom features two twin beds dressed in white and gold polka dot comforters. Colorful pom pom throw pillows decorate the beds, while framed finger paintings hang above. Faux fur rugs at the foot of each bed add a cozy touch to the deep brown hardwood floors.
Gray Girl's Bedroom With Framed Finger Painting and Colorful Twin Bed
This fun girl's bedroom features colorful framed finger paintings above each of the twin beds. A gold and white polka dot comforter covers the bed, while decorative pillows –– including a gold and white striped and multicolored pom pom pillows –– provide a fun accent.
This suite is aptly named Chandra Prakash, which means Luster of the Moon. The crown jewel of a 250-year-old pleasure palace constructed by Maharana Jagat Singh II in 1746, this suite was later used as the court of Maharana Bhopal Singh in the 1930s. Gilt moldings, sinuously carved marble and intricate ceiling frescoes add to the suite's elaborate decoration.