This attractive bedroom features a mix of clean, tailored lines and luxurious details like the tufted headboard and plush rug. The successful mix of elements was one of the design team's main goals throughout the home.
This master bedroom is a study of carefully balanced contrasts: the light wallpaper in the bed alcove and the darker-hued walls in the sitting area; the texture of the sisal rug and the softness of the velvety upholstery.
This master bedroom features a gray upholstered extended headboard and platform bed, gray area rug on white marble floors, white night stands with pendant lights above, navy blue pillows and throw blanket, and floor to ceiling sliding glass door with beachfront balcony.
The simple, earth tones in this bedroom lend both a masculine and feminine feel. Patterns play off each other throughout the space, including in the bed pillows, rug and round baskets hanging above the bed.
A dual-sided fireplace with granite and stone surround divides the sleeping area from the en-suite bath. Soothing neutral tones create a relaxing atmosphere. When paired with a natural jute rug and linen Roman shade, the pale blue accent wall injects a subtle coastal vibe.
Tones of white and cream create a comfortable, inviting, open-feeling guest bedroom. The furniture is small in scale, helping the room feel more expansive. Little pops of color -- which break up the pale shades in the room -- come from the fun, modern area rug.
A collection of global fabrics give texture and personality to this bedroom on the bed and hanging above it on the wall. They're an unusual but successful pairing with the orange Oriental rug. The look is pulled together by matching gold table lamps on the nightstands.
Heavy curtains behind the curvy headboard add to the dramatic flair of the pieces. The neutral bed is flanked by two traditional nightstands topped with wooden table lamps. An Oriental area rug grounds the space and pulls the colors of the room together.
Global elements, like the Moroccan style headboard, wooden side tables and bohemian duvet cover, mix with classic elements like the antique sofa and white retro lamps, giving this bedroom an eclectic look. The dusty purple area rug plays off of interlacing patterns found interspersed around the room. A simple fireplace neutralizes the varying styles.
An oversized upholstered headboard makes an inviting place to read in bed. The dark wood of the bed frame contrasts with the bright yellow bedding and light hardwood floors for a sleek, chic look. A cowhide rug serves as an exclamation point in this contemporary space.
Designed in a muted color palette of beige and blues, this bedroom is ideal for the growing teenager ready for a more sophisticated sleeping space. The striped bedding and diamond-patterned area rug energize the understated room, while the blue upholstered bench at the end of the bed offers a drop-off spot for backpacks and other school supplies.
Let’s be honest. Haven’t we all dreamed of having a bedroom so big it could fit an entire living room in it? In a city famous for its creative use of small spaces, however, a bedroom this cavernous is likely to remain a dream for most New Yorkers. Kalyn and Todd however are making the most of their reality. Sculptural lighting, warm, textured rugs and a continued commitment to interesting art place this room firmly within the stylish context of the rest of the home. Offering nearly as much space as their living room, the couple’s bedroom is likewise divided into two spaces, the bedroom itself, and a beautiful lounge area complete with sofa, pouf and entertainment center.
Beige accordion curtains cover the walls of this bedroom for total control of natural light. A white fur rug gives a natural and fluffy contrast to the beautiful, structured upholstered bed frame. A patterned burgundy throw pillow acts as the single color accent to pop against the neutral color palette.
This loft bedroom features primarily neutral tones — except for the eye-catching skull art. The bed, draped in a dark duvet cover, feels extended, expanded and even more lush with the addition of a similarly colored area rug below. A clever perforated wall separates the bedroom from the closet without disrupting the feel and flow of the loft.
This bedroom has pale yellow walls that contrast a white tray ceiling with intricate molding. A neutral chaise lounge sits at the foot of the bed while a cowhide rug adds a rustic appeal to the space. A floor mirror leaning against the wall next to the bed and a glass chandelier make this room an elegant place to relax.