A white bubble chair covered in fur is so simple and yet so sophisticated; they also work well in a retro-themed space. These chairs are composed of acrylic and fake fur, making them a great choice for a teens bedroom.
Designer Alice Cramer includes a soft and cuddly fur throw at the foot of the bed in this muted, grey-toned bedroom. As Cramer attests, the holidays don't have to be complicated. Use things you already have and just add the bling with seasonal touches. "Nothing prettier to a tabletop," says Cramer, "than simple glass containers of different sizes filled with cranberries, red berries, greenery and floating votive candles. Mix it in with silver service pieces filled with white flowers and various candlesticks." It's a look that works for a beautiful tabletop, or in accent tables in a guest room.
“Instead of fighting the season, find ways to embrace it," says planner Kate Franzen, of Glint Events. "Yes, it’s cold and dark (outside), but it’s also romantic. Simple and neutral florals mix beautifully with other details and textures that play off of the season – think faux fur, greenery, and candlelight.” Florist: Petals + Twigs.
The transformed master bathroom as seen at the home of Pernelle Hayes and Shaun Hammond, which was renovated by Team Drew, on season 1 of HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. The team installed a floating vanity, as well as a new lighting bar over the vanity.
Help a neutral bedroom feel lush and luxurious by layering in textures and rich natural tones. Here, the bed is upholstered with a heathered gray fabric. Silky linens, a mix of accent pillows and a faux fur throw are added on top.