In this spacious second bedroom, soft fabrics gently balance the white textured walls. A gray area rug placed on top of the orange carpet reinforces the room's comfortable nature, while the thorn-like floor lamp strikes a sharp, yet stylish visual contrast.
The clients, parents of three, wanted a peaceful retreat where they could escape at the end of the day. However, they also wanted a space that could stand up to their three children and family movie night. This neutral oasis was created to meet those needs. The bed is outfitted with soft bed linens and a padded, tufted headboard. These softer elements make the space feel inviting, while the chandelier hanging from the ceiling gives the space a touch of elegance.
To create a truly relaxing retreat, the walls in this bedroom feature a tufted soft blue fabric. Classic dressers are used as nightstands and flank the comfortable bed with a upholstered curved headboard. A crystal chandelier brings in a touch of glamour.
In the master bedroom, soft fabrics and a soft, gray color palette creates a great place to relax after a long day at the beach. To complete the space, elegant artwork hangs over the bed, and a modern nightstand rests on either side, creating the perfect space to come home to.
Soft blues that echo the colors of the Atlantic Ocean outside this New Hampshire beach house and plush fabrics create a serene setting in the master bedroom. Blue accents are used throughout the home, tying together the coastal design aesthetic.
Fabric garland is added below the mantel for a soft, flirty touch. To make, cut yards of fabric into strips. Next, fold each strip in half, then tie to a strand of ribbon. After the ribbon is completely covered with strips, attach the garland to the wall.
Boule chandeliers glimmer against the Phillip Jeffries wallpaper in this sleek New York dining room. Curves dominate the space, found in the lighting, the round mirror and the soft curve of the chair backs. The sheen of the fabrics and wallcovering reflect the light that enters the space through massive steel-encased windows.
A delicate shade like Millennial Pink lends itself beautifully to fabrics of all types, but it looks especially modern on style like Clarke & Clarke’s “Biarritz,” a linen/viscose mix with a matte look and a soft, laid-back hand that’s suitable for both drapery and upholstery.
Organic materials and a soft neutral palette set a serene tone in this contemporary dining room. A lovely stone pendant light hangs above a stunning wood dining table with a glass accent that runs the length. Neutral chairs are upholstered with a shimmery stripe fabric.
Choose quality bedding that will endure years of laundering. At John Robshaw, the prewash process creates bedding that will wear beautifully over time. Says John, "I like a dry 300 thread count Egyptian cotton percale; it washes perfectly. Since we print, then again wash, our fabrics, they have a great prewashed hand and our colors last and last."
Play with fabric in your space. I love the look of white kitchens, but sometimes they can feel too plain and lack personality. It's easy to add style without switching out any major materials. This kitchen does a great job of playing with blues in the soft window treatment.
Bins and baskets encourage little ones to put their toys away when playtime is over. Fabric bins and baskets are as practical as they are pretty. Since the baskets are soft, they're easy for little hands to handle. Plus, the texture and pattern of fabric baskets can add depth to a room or enhance its overall color scheme.
As seen on HGTV's Flip or Flop, feminine accents and neutral tones bring a soft touch into this contemporary bedroom. An ornate fabric headboard and floral pillows are paired with sleek black end tables, creating a pretty but sophisticated space.
This living room introduces a bit of flair to its otherwise contemporary space by using Southwestern fabrics for pillows and art. The yellow walls provide a soft background for the stronger colors of the furniture and and the accessories' busier prints.