Thick velvet curtains in rich fall colors were the palette inspiration for this master bedroom. The strong color is continued in the headboard and velvet chair. A dresser-turned-nightstand solves a need for extra storage.
Touches of red, burnt orange and brown warm up this lovely living room. To help a space look pulled together, place at least the front legs of furniture on the rug, as seen here with the large Oriental one.
Twin green chairs are on a plush shag thick carpet in a room that has pastel orange drapes. The same fabric is used to create a canopy over a bed, and in another part of the space is a short bookcase. Colored glass chairs at the dining table continue the vibrant, pastel theme.
A black-and-white chevron rug grounds the living room seating area, which includes two comfy armchairs and a cream-colored, tufted sofa. Orange draperies create privacy and add color without blocking sunlight in this living room on HGTV's "Flipping the Block."
A uniquely shaped burgundy headboard and long, burnt orange curtains are tied together with squiggly striped throw pillows on the white bed linens. A lavender blanket draped at the foot of the bed complements the soft lavender armchair. A hanging light fixture, thin floor lamp and and small circular table add gold accents to the design echoed in the gold detailing of the wallpaper.
A pony hide headboard, rust-orange curtains and a soaring wood ceiling with massive beams all enhance this bedroom’s rustic atmosphere. Underneath the window seat, clever built-in drawers offer extra storage space.