Pink and aqua damask bedding is the focal point of this bird-themed nursery. A soft shag rug adds comfort and texture to the girl's room while a built-in seat with drawers provides additional storage space.
This vacation condo, located on the Delaware shore, is a special getaway place for the homeowners. They wanted a relaxed yet elegant master bedroom that didn't feel overly beachy, and designer Shelley Rodner accomplished just that with a soft green color palette, custom damask bedding and beautiful wicker furniture.
The subtle sheen of the damask bedding picks up light from a petite glass lamp in this neutral bedroom. An embroidered detail on the sheets echoes the leafy pattern in a painted wood headboard without being too matchy. A black contrast welt on a throw pillow draws the eye to the statement-making headboard.
A large floral rug grounds this feminine bedroom. French country style abounds, from the Bergere desk chair, to the ornate velvet bench to the bombe side tables. Damask bed linens complement the leaf-print curtains.
Shabby chic and serene is the theme of this guest bedroom with its white plank wall, star-shaped wall art and ruffled bed. The black and crystal chandelier and pops of robin's egg blue in the bedding and end lamp add a subdued element of glamour to the space.
The bed is dressed in linen sheets with a linen box-stitched quilt complete with French-knot details. The damask pattern of the area rug lends drama and continues the room's focus on bold pattern and design. The herringbone design in wood headboard also lends pattern and texture to the space.
A color palette of clementine and light pink bring an updated femininity to this welcoming bedroom. A mix of damask and polka dot fabric makes for a cozy and appealing canopy, while clean white linens dress the bed.
Soft colors and high-end style make for a peaceful setting in this master suite. Wall mirrors reflect light and visually expand the room's already generous footprint. A damask rug anchors the space while white linens add a luxurious vibe.
Eclectic objects resting on an architectural balustrade console and deep windowsill in the living room include a pair of seventeenth-century Tunisian marble vessels, French gold dore candlesticks and an eighteenth-century Venetian damask coffer. Simple linen sheers informally frame the windows.