Soothing white walls trimmed in blue crown molding create a heavenly effect in this transitional master suite. Where the four poster canopy bed provides a luxurious space for unwinding at the end of a long day, the geometric print enlivens the room and coordinates with its green accents.
Squeeze a generous amount of fabric glue on a sheet of paper. Then press the stamp into the paint, and press again onto the shower curtain. Carefully repeat to create your geometric pattern. Lay newspaper under the shower curtain to ensure no fabric seeps onto your work surface. Allow to dry; then hang on curtain rod.
Patterns, textures, colors, styles and unique design items mix to create a bedroom with one-of-a-kind charm. The clock made out of a fan is whimsical and industrial, while a knitted chartreuse throw pillow feels homey and bright. The spectacular and simple headboard is made from slightly unaligned planks of wood.
Lamps aren’t only for indoors. Electric table lamps approved for outdoor use are ideal decorative accents that extend your outdoor time. The Mindy Indoor/Outdoor Lamp, $399 from Grandin Road, takes a regular 60 Watt bulb and comes with a cheery geometric shade.
The second-floor bedroom at HGTV Smart Home 2014 provides a quiet retreat for overnight guests. A color scheme of blue, green, white and khaki serves as a springboard for a preppy, sophisticated style. A crisp white duvet and shams, embellished with satin blue stitching, lend hotel-inspired luxury.
The white walls of this midcentury modern living room are livened with patterns and color in the furniture and decor. A striped rug complements the coloring of the patterned armchairs. Chevron and solid throw pillows and a set of sleek drawers add bursts of yellow color to the room.
This living room designed by HGTV Design Star contestant Trent Hultgren shows how to mix geometric patterns using the room's accessories while keeping the main furniture piece solid. A dark gray sofa and jet black coffee table ensure the different patterns don't clash.
Furniture pieces with open bottoms and slender legs were used in this mid-century modern living room to create an airy mood. Bright yellow and gray floral drapes are used with other neutral fabrics for impact and practicality.