The guest suite in the HGTV Dream Home 2011 was inspired by boutique hotel room design. Italian linens and contemporary furnishings, including a platform bed crafted from Appalachian hardwoods, elevate the home's sophisticated style.
Raw steel railings are paired with hardwood floors to create a contemporary staircase and hallway design. Black shutter barn doors open up to a sleek master bedroom, featuring a canopy bed, cozy white area rug and yellow abstract art.
The Asian-inspired geometric bed in this contemporary bedroom pops against the clean lines of the nightstands and lamps. The white bedding looks fresh and crisp against the warm brown walls, creating an ideal space for relaxation.
Dark gray bedding on a white upholstered bed makes a chic impression in this contemporary bedroom. Olive green nightstands bring in a hint of dimension while staying within the serene, neutral palette.
The black canopy bed creates a crisp focal point in the center of this bedroom. The bed's slim lines don't overpower the space and it's a neutral foundation for layers of inviting textures and patterns.
Serene is the word that springs to mind when looking at this bedroom. The color palette is simple—mostly neutrals with a few pops of richer color. Textural touches like the rug and bed linens are another inviting layer (calling bare toes!).
In a bedroom, a dark-colored accent wall can bring stately elegance to the space. Here, midnight blue was chosen for the wall behind the bed, then livened up with a bright, graphic-patterned rug and orange bed linens.
The master bedroom features a brown concrete floor and taupe textured walls. The closet doors are wood with a panel of frosted glass, while the platform bed utilizes harmonious colors to create a restful setting. A fiery red bedspread livens up the space.
In this guest bedroom, a white platform bed is on display in front of a decorative folding screen. A blend of quilted finishes, gray linens and nestling tables are full of character and romantic charm.