Serene is the word that springs to mind when looking at this bedroom. The color palette is simple—mostly neutrals with a few pops of richer color. Textural touches like the rug and bed linens are another inviting layer (calling bare toes!).
Taupe tones create a cohesive, classic look in this master bedroom that's also simple and serene. Materials like linen on the armchair, seagrass on the bed frame and jute on the lamp base add texture and interest.
Without question, the metallic bed frame is the star of this contemporary master suite, casting a golden glow on its surroundings. To balance the ultra-chic piece, the designers layered the bed in casual, lightweight linens that exude comfort.
To give the room a personal touch, the designers surrounded the bed with family photos and artwork. A large graphic print in blue anchors the wall, while also bringing out the best in the orange bed frame and yellow accents.
Simplicity is a design key in this lovely country bedroom. A neutral wall and ceiling color give the room a cozy atmosphere and make the cool blue of the door and window blinds pop beautifully. White bed linens on the iron bed frame are decorated with a quilt for an antique look.
After a long day by the pool, guests will love relaxing in this spacious bedroom. The cream-colored drapes offer relief from the afternoon sun, while patterned pillows add interest to the bed and make it a soft place to land.
In the guest bedroom, designers kept the space light and bright with white walls that reflect the natural light of the windows. Then, they added one of the homeowners' antique bedroom suites to finish off the design with warmth.
The master bedroom of Christina Anstead's newly renovated home features a high ceiling, plenty of light, and a metal bed frame, ceiling light fixture, and banister all custom built by husband Ant Anstead, as seen on Christina on the Coast.
A framed print of ocean coral adds a subtle pop of color, which is echoed by the decorative coral on the nautical white dresser, in this neutral bedroom. The weathered wood bed frame and bench also nod to the room's coastal theme.
Custom furnishings like a mirrored bed frame work together to create a look of Hollywood regency in this grand guest room. Different patterns on the wall and carpet in muted tones complement each other and add texture to the space without being overwhelming.