Bohemian bedrooms are the way to go for girls with worldly interests. In this room, designer Linda Eyles wanted a "loose and collected" aesthetic as opposed to overly decorated. Eyles draped saris over the four-poster bed and papered the walls in an Arabian-inspired turquoise and metallic gold design. Finally, she decorated the room with family heirlooms for a "fun, layered look."
A turquoise and brown patterned chair and coordinating chaise lounge wow in this sophisticated sitting room. The brown and turquoise striped carpet accents the furniture, and cream drapes soften the space.
A stunning chandelier draws you into this dark dining room with lacquered Mahogany walls and a large dining table. Bronze drapes and sheer curtains shimmer in the light of Neoclassical lamps, while the table is set with crystal candlesticks and fresh cut tulips.
Featuring cool blue and white silk, this traditional master bedroom is both elegant and timeless. An antique crystal chandelier accentuates the room's luxurious nature, while silk-lined drapes, sprawling lounges and a lacquered headboard ensure that the space feels large and extravagant.
The extravagance of this traditional dining room lies in the details, including textured walls, red velvet chairs and dark tiled wainscoting. An ornate wall tapestry and heavy drapes complete the look.
The home office space in this California showhouse features a glossy, green desk that looks over an elegantly appointed seating area. Dark draperies with traditional valances frame the view. Burgundy chairs add a bold accent color to the room.
Adding a wood and wrought iron railing allows the condo's buyer to adapt the decor to both traditional or modern tastes, as seen on HGTV's "Flipping the Block." Sisters Anicka Marshall and Shauna Williams kept the original, pebble-tile stair risers for added character but used bold color to bring the space to life.
The window seat int his cozy sitting room offers extra seating and is a great place to curl up and read a book. Blue and white pillows, textured fabric on the window seat cushion and gorgeous silk striped drapery panels make this area inviting and sophisticated.
A summer day in Palm Beach is brought into a bedroom with the banana leaf-inspired print, Brazilliance, by Dorothy Draper and bamboo-patterned canopy drapes. The room designed by Parker Kennedy was in a Southeastern Designer Showhouse.
An open and airy feel is created in this yellow traditional kitchen with white cabinets and custom blue drapes. A trio of globe pendant lights provide task lighting and anchor the large kitchen island.