Exposed beams and reclaimed wood furniture give this transitional bedroom a calming and earthy atmosphere. A window seat filled with pillows is flanked by built-in bookshelves. Patterned blue and cream wallpaper create a custom accent wall behind the bed.
The focal wall behind the bed is made from strips of stained wood. A dresser and TV sit in a wall niche across from the bed. To make the perfect reading spot, the window nook is outfitted with a built-in daybed and bookshelves.
Natural light floods into this bedroom, reflecting off of the white sheets and pale gray walls for a bright and airy feel. Framed, pressed sea fans hanging over the bed add a coastal element to the space.
A white and brass nightstand with two drawers provide a modern touch in this otherwise neutral bedroom. The bed is outfitted with a studded cream-colored headboard and neutral linens on textured carpeting.
One of five bedrooms in this Chelsea townhome, this one is outfitted with neutral decor and warm hardwood floors. Pops of color can be seen in the oversized art above the wood-burning fireplace, the area rug beside the bed and the dark blue window treatments.
A corner of this transitional bedroom is filled with a comfortable chair and ottoman to curl up and read. The artwork behind has touches of the chair's color tying both pieces together and anchoring that corner of the room.
Vintage furniture was given a modern update for this girl's bedroom, including a hotel dresser and a lacquered chair upholstered with pink velvet. An acrylic cloud makes for a statement piece on the wall, adding even more personality to the room.
With an antique mirror and custom window treatments, this guest bedroom is designed to offer the comforts of home but with the luxury of a hotel room. The design mixes feminine elements such as the soft colors and masculine elements like the bold patterns in the area rug.
To add timeless elegance, the master suite is covered in shades of lavender and lilac along with classic-style furnishings. A heavy mix of black and silver keeps the pastel tones from being overly feminine.