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.
Dreamy and whimsical, this girl's bedroom is a imaginative retreat from the grown-up world. Its young owners can get creative at the craft table or climb up into the built-in loft bunk beds with a book.
Built-in storage acts like a magic trick on kid clutter. Toys, books, stuffed animals are organized easily away into this playroom's built-in shelving. In another kid-friendly move, the bench cushion is upholstered in durable performance fabric.
This contemporary table features a gold, geometric support with white tabletop. Pink and orange striped candles along with a hot pink book add pops of bright color to decorate the space. The mirror above is displayed in a neutral frame with double orange border.
"Fill the negative storage spaces with correctly scaled items, books, photographs," advises HGTV Design Star judge Genevieve Gorder for this bedroom. "Give me something to look at. A lighter finish on the shelves would also help the space feel a bit bigger.
Look for hidden surprises under book jackets. Designer Heather Hogan Roberts found a mutual pink palette by pairing up a book with a dust cover and a bare book, then topped it with a piece of cheap coral.