This 1960s ranch-style home is refreshed with a clean, airy new vibe that still celebrates the home’s unique architectural style. In the master bedroom, a light, romantic concept is incorporated in a monotone color palette. and the result is a space filled to the brim with a sense of spa-like serenity.
A soft pastel nursery combines romantic and contemporary styles. The round mirror hung over the dresser features beautiful patina that brings out the slight blue shades throughout the decor. A mint medallion area rug adds style underfoot, while the abstract art above the crib is custom painted to match the palette of the room.
Red and white gives this small bedroom big personality, with a collection of Transferware plates and layered floral linens. A quilted matelasse coverlet, white-painted iron bed and wicker rocking chair add to the romantic, shabby chic style of room.
The golden stucco exterior of this Tuscan-style home provides a rich backdrop for an outdoor bar and eating area with an attached pergola. Luscious climbing greenery further blurs the lines between indoors and out, providing a natural, romantic outdoor space. Design by Joan Grabel.
Design on a Dime host Casey Noble and ghost-designer Frank Harker hung red fabric above the master bedroom bed, transforming the previously cold, empty space into a warm, romantic Spanish-revival style to match the rest of the home.
This eclectic creamy orange master bedroom, featured on the HGTV series Design on a Dime, is highlighted by striking exposed wood beams and black dresser and chest that contrast with the yellow walls. The master bedroom is in a Spanish revival style home and was made over to give it a vintage look and romantic appeal.
Use mosaic tiles for a stylish accent. Karina Souki Bryant of K_Souki Design Studio chose hexagonal mosiac tiles to create a chic, romantic accent wall behind her powder room sink. The small, white hexagons, finished with a dark grout and extending to the ceiling, add a punch of style and create a sense of depth in the small space. Her Atlanta home was designed and built by Imery Group.
The Estates at Acqualina, a Mediterranean-style luxury residential development, is an extension of the renowned Acqualina brand. It features 5.6 acres of grounds and gardens will boast lush landscaped gardens, multiple infinity pools, a FlowRider® for surfers, a basketball court, a bocce court, a dog park, soccer field, a romantic beachfront restaurant and 502 feet of Atlantic oceanfront with Five Star beach and pool services.
The reclaimed wood accent wall in this master bedroom creates a focal point for the space, while setting the tone. To add style and design, the wall sconces, which are on a pulley system to allow the homeowners to adjust the lamps to their desired height, and overhead chandelier break the traditional approach of bedside lamps and a ceiling fan, providing a romantic, yet functional, feel to the space, while the white bedding, airy curtains, microfiber rug and earth tones infuse the room with softness.