Contrast was key to this room’s design success. Careful doses of black and white were added in equal measure, such as the curtains and artwork over the bed. Then they were mixed with small pops of saturated color to create a playful, but not overly childish, feel.
At Jonathan Adler, optimistic color and modernist design are part of the company's fun and luxe bedding collection. As Jonathan notes, bedding is "the first thing you see in the morning and the last thing you see when you go to bed. It should make you happy and calm — choose colors and textures that you love. Our bedding brings our favorite colors, groovy fabrics and the luxury of cotton percale to your bed, making you well rested when you wake."
A refreshing splash of color brings vitality and life to this girls' bedroom. Twin beds, dressed in hot-pink bedding, share a filigreed headboard that extends behind the white nightstand and gold lamp.
This is an ideal bedroom for two sisters to share. Twin beds are separated by a long white dresser. A Roman shade offers privacy and light control while lime green and pink bedding adds a trendy touch.
A black bed frame and pink linens make this master suite feel edgy yet feminine. To the right, a nightstand keeps evening essentials like books or a glass of water within reach, while a bench provides space for getting ready in the morning.
This bedroom butted against attic storage, so the small space was turned into a whimsical secret play room any little girl would love. Green walls and a soft green carpet in the play space pair perfectly with the elegant green and pink bedding right outside.
This modern glam master bedroom features a bold upholstered headboard and white framed bed, bright pink accent wall, bedding, and chaise lounge, modern lacquered cube table, and sophisticated crystal chandelier.
The white walls are extended from the common areas into the bedrooms and private spaces. To add pops of color, though, this bed is clad in pink and navy geometric bed linens. At the foot of the bed, a distressed, zebra print bench provides extra seating and a little bit of fun, while a sliding door separates this bedroom from the rest of the house.
The homeowner wanted to embrace pink, feminine design and florals throughout her Winter Park, Fla., townhouse. Designer John McClain uses a neutral backdrop to set the scene for this bedroom, so that the metallic four-poster bed, mirrored nightstand and custom pink bedding become the star of the space.