This mid-century modern nightstand is a stylish touch beside a comfortable bed in gray-blue linens. Fresh flowers by the bed are a nice touch, and add a pleasing pop of color. A vintage light fixture with Edison lightbulbs is a charming (and functional) throwback.
White and green is a universal palette that can transition nicely into post-holiday decorating, especially if you remove stronger holiday hues such as red. Karin Jeffcoat of Cote Designs, a floral and event studio in Aiken, S.C., filled small urns with fresh flowers, including white hydrangeas and dainty Star of Bethlehem.
Previously, the room had no flowers. Designer Heather Hogan Roberts often uses cut flowers from the garden as an easy way to bring life into a space. “It’s a really inexpensive way to add color,” she says.