This cozy bedroom has a serene, sophisticated ambiance thanks to a blue ikat-patterned bedspread and nightstands in a complementary turquoise. A painting above the bed pulls the different shades of blue together.
A striking peacock blue accent wall and bold ikat bedding form a pleasing mix with chocolate brown furnishings and window treatments in this Maryland bedroom. The play of patterns on the bed and windows adds personality and interest to the small space.
A traditional bed is dressed with clean white bedding and paired with classic nightstands and a skirted bench. A beaded chandelier brings an elegant note to the room, while botanical prints and Ikat window treatments add visual texture to the space.
A sophisticated color palette of pineapple, charcoal gray and soft white creates a cool, contemporary vibe in this stylish downstairs living room. Linen ikat and zigzag pillows create a fun and cozy atmosphere, while a limestone-topped cocktail table with an iron base grounds the space.
An Hermes pillow in an orange-and-white checkerboard pattern provides eye-catching contrast against the neutral bedding of the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014. The classic blue-and-white pattern in the fabric wallpaper is Pierre Frey's 18th-century ikat Toile de Nantes print.
The bedroom's color palette is inspired by the gorgeous Ikat area rug that grounds the space. Soft blues and greens are used on the walls, bedding and curtains, while a pop of orange finds its home in flowers on the nightstand. A beautiful, contemporary chandelier brings a hint of romance to the room.
Complete your small space by mixing patterns. In this bedroom, Ikat print curtains pair well with a tribal influenced mirror that hangs above the bed. Use throw pillows to your advantage, and add visual interest by mixing similarly colored pillows that have interesting patterns. The chevron pillows here are set off by a nostalgic, knitted throw in the middle. Unify the space by matching a muted blue wall color with quilted bed linens to add texture, but keep the pops of color from overpowering the room.