This fun green bedroom utilizes an old dressing screen with a gold peacocks motif as an interesting headboard. White bed linens keep the focus on the unique headboard, and an antique chest at the foot of the bed provides extra storage.
A nook dedicated to fashion off of the master bathroom designed by Janie Wilburn is just right for a dressing area. The space features vintage fashion illustrations and soft, feminine colors of ivory and robin's egg blue on a folding screen, antique chair and wall color.
As seen on Beach Flip, Contestants Martha and Alex installed new seating and a classic white dresser that holds a flat-screen television in the second floor master bedroom at the renovated Comfort Breeze condo.
An unadorned dresser keeps a low profile at the foot of the bed and makes room for a mounted flat-screen. Below, a knobbly area rug anchors the space, while sheer window panels soften the bright windows.
A sleek and simple metal bed gets dressed up with brightly hued pillows in this contemporary bedroom. White walls form a neutral backdrop for bold accessories, while a wall-mounted sconce provides light for reading. A patterned screen offers privacy and filters light from the tall windows.
The long length of a rustic six-drawer sideboard used as a dresser in this master bedroom was a perfect fit for the wall space between the bedroom door to the hallway and the glass door that leads to the screened porch outside.
To provide more space at the end of the bed, a clever alcove was carved out to house a dresser and flat-screen TV. "Originally we didn't have enough space for a television and piece of furniture," says interior designer Linda Woodrum. "This was a way to make the television prettier and more discrete."