The exterior roofline creates a gabled ceiling in the master bedroom of HGTV Green Home 2010, punctuated by bold colors and feminine touches. The four-poster bed, which carpenter David Brown crafted from old doors purchased at Habitat for Humanity, is dressed in a collection of mod pillows and organic cotton sateen sheets, block-printed by hand.
A red, white and blue color palette gives this room a sophisticated, patriotic vibe. A red four poster bed with red patterned bedding is a bold statement in the space, which also features two floral-print chairs and a transitional console table.
Decorated with a nautical theme in mind, this guest room features cherry red and blue accents that stand out against the stark, white walls. Blue and white striped bed linens work together with a navy blue and white striped rug to add pattern and interest to the space. A seagrass bed completes the coastal vibe.
A red shaker-style, pencil-post bed with a paisley spread sets the stage in this Americana design. This guest suite incorporates iconic symbols and distinctly-patterned fabrics, including gingham carpet, to achieve the look.
In this living room, hardwood flooring contrasts with a red, white and blue color palette. Carpet tiles allow for the rearrangement of color and pattern when the room needs a refresh. White sofas keep the room from being too colorful.
In order to unify the two full beds in this bedroom, matching upholstered headboards were added as well as a joined painted decorative headboard. The mixed blue-and-white patterns of the bed linen add a further visual twist.