Transitional Master Bedroom With Neutral Upholstered Bed and Headboard
A window above this master bedroom's built in window seat allows natural light to illuminate the space. Neutral upholstery covers the bed and headboard, while white floating nightstands are positioned on either side. A bench seat sits at the foot of the bed.
Black and White Bedroom With Cabinets and Work Station
Ultra-white, black-brown and sand tones transform a multipurpose room into a tranquil space that doubles as an at-home office and a cozy spot for guests to sleep. Accented by a muted tonal mix, the room's organic textures add visual depth.
Elegant Living Room with Purple Walls and White Detailed Ceiling
A monochromatic look can be bold and budget-friendly. Consider matching your curtains to the walls, as seen in his metro Atlanta model home by the designers with Monte Hewett Homes. Since time is money, you can save time by not worrying about finding a complementary color or pattern for the drapes.
Transitional Staircase With Cheery Yellow Wallpaper
A traditional staircase gets a contemporary makeover with bright, yellow striped wallpaper that adds a bold and cheerful touch to the neutral toned space. A traditional, wood chair offers a sunny seat by a large window in the landing.
Imagine relaxing in this serene sanctuary of elegant design. This beautiful master bedroom is a mix of contemporary and traditional styles framed in soft grays and creams. This space is elegant, functional and restful to the eyes.
Simplicity is key to creating a serene retreat from the day. Calming gray bedding pairs with a warm wood headboard in this transitional bedroom, while an open nightstand with a stone top adds a rustic note to the space.
Neutral Bedroom With Soft Accents Creates Space for Serene Sleep
This bedroom is set for serene dreaming, thanks to the layers of neutral furnishings and linens. A natural grass rug grounds the space, while soft textures are added in the upholstered bed and bench, linen curtains and colorful throw pillows. Antique-inspired dressers take the place of nightstands, providing extra storage.
With three walls of windows and a vaulted ceiling, this family room feels spacious and bright, while embracing the outdoor living spaces. Velvet teal armchairs add rich color to the mostly neutral space, which is grounded by a geometric-print area rug.
Designer Robin LaMonte loves bringing travel items into rooms, and it doesn't have to be a souvenir you picked up on vacation. Instead, buy an atlas (you can find used ones at flea markets) and cut out the states where you vacationed or where you have family, and put them in simple black frames.