This modern guest bedroom uses gray and white as the foundation on which to layer bright pops of color and mixed textures. The pale neutral palette also allows for the mixing of bold patterns in the rug and wallpaper.
This chic master bedroom features an all-over gray palette, including soft gray walls and sheer curtains. White nightstands with heather gray drawers flank either side of the wrought iron canopy bed which boasts a gray and white patterned duvet cover. A two-toned gray area rug covers the floor.
Blush pink and gray in lots of delicious textures make this bedroom inviting. The small-scale patterned wallpaper has a feathery look that pairs prettily with the soft rug and throw and the bed's ruched duvet.
HGTV Design Star winner Emily Henderson redesigns Glee creator Ian Brennan's home, as seen on HGTV's Secrets From A Stylist. White and gray walls, a cheery yellow duvet and a bright chandelier keep the new guest bedroom nook from feeling cramped.
Simple and contemporary, this chic bedroom is grounded by soft brown hardwood floors and graphic gray-and-white area rug. A sleek black metal bed is dressed in a pintuck white duvet, while a yellow throw and pillows add a splash of color.
A four-poster canopy bed with a faux mink duvet cover give this master bedroom a touch of Hollywood glam. The blue-gray accent wall complements the exposed brick of the industrial loft, while a mirrored glass dresser and tufted bench brighten the space.
An organic cotton duvet in a gray and white chevron pattern creates a soft cushion and stands in contrast to a red hand-blocked cotton pillow in the cozy guest bedroom of HGTV Green Home 2012. An exercise in symmetry, floor lamps with dramatic linen shades and inset wall shelves flank the bed.
The key to a well-designed space is purposeful layering of colors, textures and patterns. The rug, duvet and blankets vary in size and are carefully balanced in the same color palette of blues and grays. Not a single hue is used twice, yet the overall effect is a well-collected, matching look.