This teen bedroom has wide stripes on the wall and a vaulted ceiling, so to keep the bed from getting lost visually, the designer added a statement headboard. Headboard: Anthropologie; Mcanally Teardrop chair: AllModern
The colors of this bedroom's striped accent wall are echoed in the throw pillows for a cohesive look. Tight on square footage, the room's size is maximized by using clear acrylic side tables that do not take up visual space.
This gorgeous modern master bedroom tastefully mixes patterns, from stripes to chevron, to create a beautifully unique space with a cohesive color story. The space is lit with a fantastic custom chandelier and built-in his-and-hers lighting on the headboard.
Gray, blue and white striped walls are shaken up with a peak and decline design on one wall. The deep blue stripes match the bed, which pops against the light carpet. A green houndstooth throw pillow and orange patterned throw pillow add color to the bed linens and coordinate with the graphic rug.
The idea for this funky wall was a collaborative effort from the HGTV Smart Home 2014 design team. "We wanted to really go crazy behind the headboard," says interior designer Linda Woodrum. Painting boards in complementary hues highlights the bed and creates an eye-catching focal point.
The pink and green color palette in this bedroom will transition with your little girl as she grows into a tween. The modular headboard, fabricated from white chenille, serves as a backdrop for the colorful palette in the curtains and pillows.
An easy way to create visual length to a room is to add horizontal stripes to the wall -- here, tones of blue and green also create a sense of airiness, and provide a focal point behind the bed. Custom shelves and desk area, perfect for doing homework or building a model car, were made from large reclaimed floor boards plus pipes and rope -- a unique way to bring unexpected and charming elements into a space.
Various gray tones and types of wood textures make the HGTV Smart Home 2014 kid's bedroom feel cozy and contemporary. With clean lines and rustic textures, the queen-sized bed offers casual styling with a modern twist.
Part masculine in style, part practical place to sleep, this teenage retreat can serve many functions. A dark mahogany nightstand from the HGTV HOME collection provides sleek storage option next to the bed.
Warm hues and rustic textures envelope this bedroom made for a teenager. The space feels youthful and inviting, but for homeowners' without kids, or when the kids go off to school, this space could be used as a guest bedroom.
A black and white striped accent wall sets the tone for this master bedroom. A four poster bed with bubble-like posts adds to the contemporary design. Simple white linens and black faux fur pillows complete the monochromatic look.
Aerial survey maps were painstakingly pieced together to create an original mural wall. It took three days for the installer to match up the maps for one continuous span of the West Coast across two walls.
Tone-on-tone striped walls surround this coastal-inspired bedroom. Twin poster beds add a traditional touch to the space, while turquoise beds add a whimsical look. A blue striped rug ties in the various colors in the bedroom.
This modern boy's bedroom gives off a fun and warm vibe, mixing together gray and orange patterns throughout. A gray and white striped accent wall frames a window with an orange patterned Roman shade, while a wall-to-wall bookshelf provides plenty of room for storing toys and books.