Olaniyi’s bedroom is unquestionably the sanctuary of this home. An elegant expression of her style, a color palette of black and white with pops of teal form the room’s design. The stenciled headboard makes an impact as both art and a functional piece in this warm and welcoming bedroom.
Luke and Miranda got a king bed for the first time — their old place didn’t have the space — and it’s appreciated by everyone. When Luke designed the room, he was going for something unexpected. “I thought the ‘Love Always’ sign, which I had made as a headboard, was romantic,” says Luke. (Yes, it has a dimmer.) The rug, nightstand and dresser are vintage finds.
“I used to close the door to this room before people came over — that’s how not cute I thought it was,” says Cristina. Designers Lathem and Cate channeled the couple’s eclectic style with a caned headboard from CB2, buffalo check bedding from Ballard Designs and teal lamps by Circa Lighting plus a matching bench from HomeGoods.
“We filled it with things that made our eyes happy,” says Sonal. That meant navy blue on the walls and the ceiling (Hale Navy by Benjamin Moore) and a glass-bead chandelier from Currey & Company. The various styles of furniture, all neutrals, blend in a cool, relaxed way, including a bed with crisscrossed metal accents and a white upholstered chair (both from RH) plus a whitewashed wood nightstand by Noir.
Gulf Dreams condo will be renovated on Beach Flip. Here, the master bedroom is a tranquil shade of yellow, but decor needs updating. The room, as seen on HGTV's Beach Flip, has a great view of the Gulf of Mexico. BEFORE #90 (interior, master bedroom) west wall, view of hallway.