For a seamless look, the closet doors are covered in the same beadboard which wraps the walls of the custom closets. When the doors are closed, each of the two closets take on the appearance of architectural focal points. The ultra-white coloring of the closets helps reflect light onto the bold-painted sea-foam walls, resulting in a diffused look which softens the intensity of wall color
According to Genevieve Gorder, this bedroom needs some serious help. "A white upholstered hollow-core door as a headboard and layers of white bedding would have added comfort and a sense of dreamy luxury," says Candice. "Acoustical ceiling tiles wrapped in pink cotton to fill the area above the desk would have been a more striking and practical treatment."
Natural light illuminates this modern bedroom with white bed linens and a neutral tile floor. Mirrored sliding closet doors keep the space open, while white nightstands frame the bed. Neutral pillows add a finishing touch.
Although the remodeling budget didn't allow for replacement of these mirrored closet doors, they were refreshed by attaching painted overlays. The teddy bear drawing was made for the baby as a gift by a close family friend.
To add a touch of high design, simple ready-made bifold closet doors were given an update with fabric and batting. For a not-too-overwhelming pattern, a transitional geometric with shades of charcoal, beige and brown was used.
Sleek blue-gray closet doors complement the burnt orange pendant fixtures in this fun, yet neutral Malibu bedroom. A wall of glass provides expansive views of the Pacific Ocean. Modern artwork and a platform bed add character to the streamlined space.
Located on the second floor, this modern black and white bedroom showcases incredible views. The crisp white ceiling and bedding create a nice contrast with the black accent wall. Matching nightstands and a simple piece of art above the bed keep the room's focus on the gorgeous views outside and keep the space simple and clean.
Old wallpaper was removed in the homeowner's master bedroom and replaced with a light gray/blue paint and white wood molding. Sliding barn doors add an architectural element to the room and conceal the his-and-hers closets. The natural wood paneling on the ceiling complements the shiplap elements seen throughout the house on HGTV's Fixer Upper.