In the master bedroom, David and Kortney wanted to create a space that would feel bright and open like the rest of the house, but would still have its own, distinctive style, so they chose to anchor this space in a soft blue rather than mint, giving the space a more romantic feel. Large windows with airy, white curtains help to add to that feeling, while a neutral rug and neutral chair help to tie the space together.
Draped in clean, white linens, the canopy bed is the centerpiece of the rustic yet romantic bedroom. Mismatched nightstands bring a collected feel to the space, while a trio of gold sunburst mirrors bounce light around the space.
A soft canopy ensconces the bed for a feminine, romantic appeal in this golden yellow bedroom. Table linens tie in with the brown and white bed linens, while plantation shutters help control the natural light.
To draw attention to architectural elements, paint them white and choose other colors to fill the room. This tone-on-tone bedroom by designer Camille Forte is plush, warm and romantic, an ambience that's harder to create with white alone.
Drapes mimic the curtains around the canopy bed giving this traditional master bedroom an elegant and romantic feel. A ribbed bed comforter adds texture to the room while an orange, yellow and green rug and pink floral throw pillow and matching tufted bench add color to the neutral theme. The wicker chairs with brown fabric create a small sitting area at the end of the bed.
Karen Cooper, a DIY blogger from Atlanta, used a stencil to create a simple, but elegant vertical design behind this basic headboard without spending a lot of money. The darker shade of the design pops against the light background on the wall without competing with the patterned pillows on the bed.
Dressed in elegant neutrals and whites, the canopy bed makes a statement in the center of this cottage-inspired master bedroom. Distressed nightstands with antiqued mirror inlays flank the bed, while an elegant area rug adds softness underfoot.
This soft, dreamy bedroom pairs together a neutral color palette with vintage decor, like the candelabra chandelier and the traditional gold mirror above the bed. Neutral wallpaper with a tree branch design covers the wall behind the upholstered headboard.