To create a larger, more open feeling to this master bathroom, designers took full advantage of the large window, positioning the bed in front of the window, creating a focal point. To help the homeowners control the natural light let into their space, designers hung curtains to act as a diffuser. Comfort was added to the space with a soft, velvet rug and a fuzzy blanket and pillows, while the unique artwork adds texture.
This stylish bedroom features a taupe leather bed frame and headboard with matching bed linens and metallic throw pillows. A leather studded nightstand with a small metal lamp is positioned in front of a window trimmed in floor-length patterned curtains. A metal starburst mirror hangs above the bed.
Hanging curtains high above the windows makes this bedroom feel roomier, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project. Placing the bed in front of one of the windows opens up wall space for bookcases and other storage without blocking the natural light.
For this open front yard, designers created contoured garden beds that gave the house a greater sense of privacy. Tall grasses act as a screen and still allow light to filter into the home's large front window.
With its mother of pearl picture frames, light green accents and sandy color palette, this master suite quietly exudes coastal style. Since their bed is positioned right in front of the windows, the owners can also enjoy sweeping views of downtown Seattle.
In the master bedroom, the forest wallpaper creates an accent wall in the space, while simple, solid color bed linens bring in the colors of the outdoors. In the corner of the space, designers tucked a sitting area in front of a large window. Finally, a chandelier completes the space.
As seen on HGTV's Flipping the Block, husband and wife team John and Whitney Spinks created a midcentury-inspired retreat in the master bedroom of their California home. Chevron curtains frame the upholstered headboard, dressing up the bed's placement in front of the window.
The neutral color of this Spanish-style home makes a perfect backdrop to a beautifully landscaped yard. Bright colors pop in flower beds and window boxes against the home's facade. Application details that complemented the existing architecture were added around the windows and front porch.
Natural light illuminates this nursery which features a neutral upholstered sofa with a built-in trundle bed. Decorative wooden shelves are positioned above, while soft-hued hot air balloon wallpaper adds a child-like touch. An upholstered rocking chair sits in front of a tall floor lamp and window framed in neutral curtains.
The decor of this Asian-inspired bedroom has a nature theme, picked up in the potted bamboo plant, bedside lamps and the large artwork above the bed. A long low bench in front of the room's floor-to-ceiling window lets occupants make the most of the view.
There's a retro inspiration behind this simple but beautiful modern home. A white panel creates depth to the exterior and highlights the bright orange front door. On the opposite side, a full wall of windows provides a view indoors and straight through to the backyard, creating a spacious outdoor feel. A natural rock bed supports a walkway leading up to the home.
In the bedroom, designers blended the homeowner's collections with a more contemporary color palette. The headboard of this bed is made from two antique Chinese doors which are complemented by the tall antique candlestick and the Chinese statue that is featured in front of the window. These elements, combined with neutral walls and tan curtains give the space a light, yet still elegant feeling.
This elegant traditional bedroom has a number of beautiful touches, from the coffered ceiling to the Federal-style rug. The walls and fireplace surround are painted in a creamy white as a backdrop to the furnishings. The floral-patterened window treatment and bed canopy add a fun visual element to the space and a tufted chair in front of the fireplace creates a sitting area under a large wrought iron chandelier.