Designers wanted the bedroom to feel like a calm oasis, so they kept the colors cool and airy, with some unexpected pops of bold color. Layering patterns and textures creates an inviting space, and removable wallpaper was the perfect way to create commitment-free interest to the walls.
Bright colors and layered patterns result in a kids' room with plenty of fodder for the imagination. Sheets and wallpaper by Serena and Lily provide instant pop, while a contemporary bunk bed leaves plenty of space for two brothers to play. FLOR tiles can be easily cleaned or replaced as needed.
An antique dresser provided the inspiration and color palette for this traditional bedroom in St. Petersburg. Blues and greens give a nod to the home's waterfront setting, while layered pattern and texture adds interest to the space. The drapery fabric is by Schumacher, and the upholstered headboard is by Lee Industries.
The clients, 10-year-old twins, helped designer Alisha Gwen create the fun shape of this custom, blue velvet-clad headboard. In the space, the girls’ favorite hues of blue and purple inspired the palette. Layered patterns and fun furnishings mix to form a tranquil bedroom with equal parts whimsy, function and style.
In the refurbished master bathroom, designers used painted wood paneling as a backsplash, then paired it with quartz countertops and warm wood cabinetry. Hexagonal floor tiles are a subtle layer of pattern.
A textured wallcovering gives this bedroom depth and dimension, especially when paired with the layering of patterns on the bed. The tall upholstered headboard helps draw the eye up to the vaulted ceiling.
Dark blue walls add rich elegance to this contemporary living room, providing the perfect backdrop for the white sofa, patterned accent pillows and art collection. A gray and white graphic rug adds another fun layer of pattern.
A big, graphic pattern can look so pretty in a bathroom. Here, a pale yellow, gray and white print is graceful and chic. On the floor, gray marble bricks in a chevron stripe add another subtle layer of pattern.