This master bedroom's walls are a soft color of cream and bedding is a subtle color of green to create a serene environment. A custom walnut table with a faux shagreen top flanks the custom made steel canopy bed.
At Jonathan Adler, optimistic color and modernist design are part of the company's fun and luxe bedding collection. As Jonathan notes, bedding is "the first thing you see in the morning and the last thing you see when you go to bed. It should make you happy and calm — choose colors and textures that you love. Our bedding brings our favorite colors, groovy fabrics and the luxury of cotton percale to your bed, making you well rested when you wake."
Since white is easily influenced by any colors it's surrounded by, it's best to choose ultra-white tones that read as pure white. This color is lacking in both beige and brown undertones which makes it excellent for pairing with bold and dark colors like the patterned rug and green and blue bed linens. The white elements are highlighted in the natural light keeping the space very bright.
In the spare room, the green color palette creates a warm welcoming space for guests. The color on the wall makes the space feel bright and inviting. To make the space feel brighter, designers added white details to the space. Modern nightstands on either side of the bed add symmetry to the space, while soft bed linens make the room feel comfortable.
Choose quality bedding that will endure years of laundering. At John Robshaw, the prewash process creates bedding that will wear beautifully over time. Says John, "I like a dry 300 thread count Egyptian cotton percale; it washes perfectly. Since we print, then again wash, our fabrics, they have a great prewashed hand and our colors last and last."
This darling bedroom is the perfect place for a young girl to play and grow up. Light green walls are beautifully accented with pink bedding, a pink rug and a curtained canopy. A tulip chandelier and small table lamps provide cute and decorative lighting. Darker pink and green throw pillows add depth to the color combination.
A magical escape for pint-sized family members, the third-floor kids’ bedroom at HGTV Green Home 2012 is designed to stand up to wear and tear. Twin beds fashioned from repurposed pieces of pine, poplar and plywood feature black and white headboards upholstered in durable acrylic fabric. Accounting for guests' every need, green quilts are folded at the edge of each bed, should evenings take a chilly turn.