The final touch for this space-themed kids' room was a life-sized astronaut printed on the duvet and a helmet on the pillowcase. Every night as the kiddo goes to sleep, he gets to pretend he’s an astronaut heading into space!
Creamy white walls provide a calming, neutral backdrop for a sweet and simple guest bedroom. Pink seersucker nods to the home's beach town location in Southampton. Matching green nightstands inject a vibrant pop of color, picking up on the wall art's bright color palette.
This loft bedroom features primarily neutral tones — except for the eye-catching skull art. The bed, draped in a dark duvet cover, feels extended, expanded and even more lush with the addition of a similarly colored area rug below. A clever perforated wall separates the bedroom from the closet without disrupting the feel and flow of the loft.
Painted cork hexagons highlights the color scheme and creates an abstract art installation that won't break the bank. Mix and match big and small patterns and textures on throw pillows for a designer look. Using a duvet cover allows you to easily and affordably change up your bed when the mood strikes.
Deck out your dorm room with stylish decor ideas that won't break the rules, like this wall of painted hexagon-shaped cork pieces, attached to the wall with removable adhesive strips. You can paint the cork in hues that compliment your color scheme. Placing them over the bed allows you take advantage of wall space and display pictures and personal items without taking up any counter space.
A cream throw blanket with coral stripes is a perfect color compliment to the deep turquoise and coral duvet cover in the background of this dorm room bed close up. Tied ends with a fringe finish add a touch of texture.
This master bedroom has a soothing green and taupe palette. The four poster bed is accented overhead with a chandelier and matchstick blinds on the window. Curtains and the duvet cover add to the garden appeal.