A mint and gray floral wallpaper is the backdrop for this pretty, feminine bedroom. Soft hues allow several patterns to blend rather than clash, and the luxe sheen of the gray bedding adds even more visual impact.
"The Pack family of five wanted a room where everyone could hang out, watch movies and play games," explains designer Lindsey Hayes. This cozy, colorful playroom is now the perfect space for the family to convene.
Pairing neutral tones for your walls with bright colors for your cabinets creates a bold, dynamic environment. Try using chalkboard paint on a wall for a place to keep track of your grocery and to-do lists.
Fox sheets by Serena and Lily mix with Target bedding and an array of pillows in this fun and colorful space. Brothers share the bunk beds, a budget friendly find. Layered pattern makes this room a fun and creative space for two young boys to sleep and play.
Designers wanted to create a kid's room that wasn't so matched, the way that many kids' rooms are, so they took care to choose unique items that mixed color, texture and style to create this space that can easily transition with the homeowners' daughter as she grows.
Mix bright colors with earth tones. Designer Steve McKenzie, who owns Steve McKenzie’s in Atlanta, kept the bedding a soft cream so that the decor and colors could be changed easily without having to replace everything. The headboard and armoire are from AmericasMart.
To give life to the backyard space, designers added lime green and coral accents, making the backyard bright and modern. Pebbles, decomposed granite and colorful plants add texture and visual interest to the cool, new space.
A cerused wood farmhouse table surrounded by ten tailored, ticking-striped chairs creates a pleasing combination in this transitional California dining space. The kitchen beyond is monochromatic, with wood plank, white-painted cabinetry topped by white marble countertops and backsplash.