This small living room was enhanced and visually expanded by covering the walls, trim and ceiling in different shades of seaglass tones and using properly-scaled furniture. Designer tip: A smart way to use one color consistently throughout a common area is to choose a slightly lighter shade than the wall color for the ceiling and a slightly darker shade for the trim.
Exposed ceiling beams bring a rustic vibe to this relaxing neutral bedroom. A tufted bed is dressed in simple white and gray bedding, while long cabinets with leather insets act as unique nightstands. Trellis-patterned curtains add texture and visual interest to the space.
Roman shades and sheer white curtains allow natural light to stream in next to this mirrored-front dresser. The knickknacks and framed mirror atop the dresser, as well as the trellis-patterned wallpaper, are nods to the bedroom's cottage style.
This relaxing, classic master bedroom mixes feminine and masculine with shades of gray, lavender and gold. Trellis-patterned silver wallpaper reflects the metallic hue of the draperies, and the custom-made king-size bed is dressed in lush, neutral fabrics.
Custom-made curtains in a quatrefoil pattern pop against the blue walls of this living area, as seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers. A trellis-style shelf holds flowers and accessories that add a traditional garden atmosphere to the room.
A comfy skirted armchair provides the perfect place to bond with the little one in this light blue nursery. A red trellis-patterned area rug adds warmth to the space, while a white side table, floor lamp, drapery panels and floating shelves provide a crisp contrast.
Sunny yellow walls create a beach-inspired look for this cozy bedroom. Black-and-white curtains add contrast to the space, while a trellis pattern is repeated in the area rug and nightstand lamp. Soft, subtle floral bedding creates a clean, fresh look to the space.
From the white trellis-style valance to the bold grassy wallpaper and vibrant floral throw and curtain panel, this bedroom is a celebration of outdoorsy color. An instructive case in not being afraid to mix your patterns, this room creates cohesion by sticking to a palette of preppy pinks and greens.
Bold and colorful patterns can be on more than just pillows and throws. Try out some bright, patterned curtains for a statement piece in your living room. "In my shop, chevron, ikat, lattice and trellis prints are popular right now," says Tosha Scott, owner of Castle Creek Designs. The most important thing when bringing in window treatments with lots of color and pattern is to consider how other accessories will help temper the space. If you go bold with window treatments, think about bringing in some neutral furnishings that won't compete with the pattern. Image courtesy of Romo