Tie things together - Similarly, these elegant decor pieces instantly capture this bedroom’s grace and finesse thanks to there bold, confident lines. Note how the dark table also picks up on the picture on the wall; bringing elements together like this is what adds the final polish and is a key detail in creating this smart and sophisticated look.
This cottage bedroom combines old and new pieces, some weather-worn, to create a lived-in comfortable space. A mix of light and dark painted furnishings are unified by the neutral tones of the bedding and rug.
To put a coastal spin on cottage style, it's smart to consider elements made of rope. In order to keep this bedroom lounge area well-lit and packed with coastal cottage charm, a lamp made with thick nautical rope is paired with a slipcovered sofa and charming do-it-yourself wall art.
A fun floral pattern covers this upholstered bed and topped with crisp, white linens to invert the expectation of patterned bed linens and a neutral bed. Blue, glass table lamps cool the warm colors of the fabric and pop against the white walls and nightstands.
A textured wallpaper finish creates a calm backdrop for this coastal bedroom design. A distressed wood headboard adds to the beautiful mix of textures. Seashell art and neutral bed linens are the perfect finishing touches for an inviting coastal design.
This bedroom fit for any fairytale princess features a custom made loft bed and carriage table. The pink carpet accentuates the princess theme and adds flare to the tree centerpiece of the space. The walls are painted with a fairytale-esque mural bringing the princess theme all together.
This fun and playful boy's bedroom is peppered with vintage and handmade toys. A fiberglass shark hangs over the traditional wood headboard while a window seat with a long gray bolster pillow sits under a striped Roman shade flanked by built-in bookshelves.
To create a clean, balanced look with a touch of eclectic flair, symmetry is key. Jamie Laubhan-Oliver of D Home suggests buying bedside lamps, nightstands and coordinating accessories in pairs. "Since I tend to decorate in a very eclectic style, duplicates of items help to keep it from looking chaotic," she says regarding her master bedroom style. In her antique-inspired retreat, Jamie uses a matching pair of metallic table lamps and an elegant crystal chandelier as the room's primary light sources. "Chandeliers are the jewelry of your home; whether small or large, they add drama to any room."