Natural fibers on the footstools and butterflies by an Etsy artist bring nature into this calm, transitional bedroom. The blue walls add a cohesive element by echoing the blue tones in the John Robshaw bedding and Pottery Barn lamps. The colors of this bedroom give the space a clean and refreshing feeling.
This beautiful traditional bedroom features a beige and white bed with tufted headboard, layered pillows and ruffle-trimmed linens. Sheer curtains cover the windows and continue the color scheme. Two stacked tan suitcases serve as a decorative bedside table for the lamp.
Before this master suite's renovation on season six of HGTV Design Star, it had no headboard. Contestant Karl creates this soft, upholstered one to add depth and a focal point to the room. "I love the headboard...it almost looks like subtle waves," says judge Vern Yip.
A charcoal block pattern bed comforter adds a beautiful contrast to the vibrant red accents in this bedroom. Red curtains, pillows. table lamps and abstract wall art spread bright color throughout the space. Simple nightstands showcase sharp lines next to the softer corners of the tufted, upholstered headboard.
Taupe and gunmetal are two new neutrals that have great versatility for use in a wide variety of rooms. Here, the two colors were used to add horizontal stripes to a master bedroom lacking in architectural interest. A shag area rug and shag upholstered cube stools add soft texture to the room while a natural wood bed frame and headboard add a touch of craftsman influence.
Neutral, solid tones mute the patterned carpet and blend it beautifully into the room. A large tufted headboard stretches up from layers of pillows feature two navy pillows complimenting the blue tone in the carpet. An upholstered bench at the foot of the bed matches the armchair and ottoman positioned in the natural light of the window trio. A spherical chandelier combines traditional style with contemporary intrigue.