Patterns are harmoniously woven together to create a colorful master bedroom design. The key to adding different patterns to a room is to choose different prints and colors. A striped nightstand contrasts with the interlocking scroll design on the yellow wallpaper and ties the pink of the ottoman with the pink tweed pillows. A soft, pattern in the gray-and-white window treatments parallel the colors of the bedding and acts as a backdrop for the pale, blue armchair.
"Fun" is the word that best describes this teen girl's room. A blue focal wall matches the custom headboard, making the room pop with color. A hanging bubble chair provides bedside seating, while a four-foot-wide, flokati-covered rolling ottoman offers extra seating and a contrasting color to the blue and pink accents.
A large distressed mirror made to look like a vintage window adds depth to this small sitting area. Upholstered light blue chairs with matching throws and pillows create a comfortable sitting area around an ottoman. A bouquet of hot pink roses adds vibrant color to the room's soft palette.
A trio of stacked windows spread natural light into this contemporary living room. A brown tufted sofa is decorated with floral throw pillows adding beautiful pink hues to the neutral room. A shag rugs adds nice depth to the smooth surfaces of the round coffee table and white leather ottoman with matching chair.
A colorful canvas draws the eye in this transitional bedroom design. A pink armchair with soft white pattern compliments the mauve bed cover and tufted upholstered headboard. A blue bed skirt, patterned bench and tufted ottoman add a complimentary tone to the color scheme. A feminine white chandelier hangs above the bed.
Leopard print carpeting runs the length of this sprawling master bedroom with pink curtains on the windows. The neutral bed features a tufted, leather headboard and near matching pair of chairs and ottoman at the foot of the bed. Two textured, white dressers double as nightstands topped with table lamps. The space is easily warmed in the winter months with an original wood-burning fireplace.
StudioHue designed this contemporary nursery to grow with the child, but for now a sitting area with a comfortable midcentury modern chair and ottoman have been placed in the room for parent and baby's needs. The soft gray color will allow bolder colors to be introduced with furnishings, knickknacks and other decorative touches, such as the yellow accent table and wall stripe and lilac pillow and wall square. Who says every little girl needs to be in the pink?
This formal living room is likely Angela's favorite place to get inspired, primarily because she's always wanted a pink room (Sherwin Williams, Lotus Flower). Her design books, magazines and some of her most prized vintage finds are housed in this space. I love that this angle of the room is perfectly balanced and there is a relationship between each of the pieces. The vintage print framed by the pair of lamps, compliments the chairs flanking the console, which is grounded by the ottoman. Angela’s use of black and white in this room and throughout the house adds a dose of classic design in spaces with unconventional wall colors and bold abstract artwork.