“Designing this bedroom was a mix of bringing hot, bright colors together to make this room really pop," says interior designer Linda Woodrum. "We brought in the sisal rug to calm it down. It’s always a process of layering to get things to work.”
Soaring pink stripes direct the eye up to the impressive vaulted ceilings. “I’m usually a horizontal stripes person but we chose to use vertical stripes because the room has these beautiful vaulted ceilings that should be accentuated rather than pulled down,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
This teen bedroom has wide stripes on the wall and a vaulted ceiling, so to keep the bed from getting lost visually, the designer added a statement headboard. Headboard: Anthropologie; Mcanally Teardrop chair: AllModern
Thick gray-and-white horizontal stripes visually enlarge this contemporary home office. A graphic gray area rug grounds the space, while a sleek white desk is paired with a white wingback chair for a workspace.
This feminine, neutral transitional study is a great place to get away from everything. A lounge offers a comfy spot for reading or sipping coffee, while a daybed helps the room double as a space where overnight guests can stay.
Create empty pictures frames by shopping at garage sales and thrift stores to gather an assortment of picture frames varying in size, shape and texture. Remove any artwork or photos, then cut and remove picture wire using screwdriver and wire cutters.
The pink and green color palette in this bedroom will transition with your little girl as she grows into a tween. The modular headboard, fabricated from white chenille, serves as a backdrop for the colorful palette in the curtains and pillows.