Turquoise birds and light, fluffy clouds decorate the ceiling of this charming girl's bedroom. The rich turquoise-colored area rug pulls the color of the birds into the room. A pair of twin beds are a mirror image with matching throw pillows and white linens. Watercolor art hangs on the wall to break up the solid white walls.
Warm woods pair with a cool palette of gray, turquoise and yellow to create an inviting, comfortable bedroom. Distressed wood is used for the nightstand and bed, creating a striking contrast against the clean white linens.
Natural light illuminates this guest bedroom located in the family's poolhouse. White linens cover the bed, while turquoise and patterned throw pillows add a touch of color.glass mint green lamps are placed atop the white nightstands positioned on either side of the bed.
Natural light illuminates this coastal guest bedroom. Black metal frames the windows, while white bed linens cover the gray upholstered bed. Turquoise pillows and a striped rug add pops of color, while white nightstands with glass lamps are positioned on either side of the bed.
A sleek white canopy bed is dressed in simple white linens and bright turquoise pillows. The bed is flanked by clean-lined wood nightstands and curvy Lucite table lamps. A fluffy rose-like throw pillows brings much-needed texture to the space.
There's a distressed quality to this coastal nightstand that adds a beautiful contrast to the bright, fresh surroundings. Coastal decorations add personality to the stand while keeping with the fresh and simple feel of the design. A white bed frame is covered with bright salmon linens and a turquoise throw blanket for pops of vivid color.
You can see the attention to detail every step of the way in Mary DeWalt's design for this master bedroom. Especially noteworthy is the vibrant turquoise color juxtaposed against the soft gray walls, white bedding and other accessories for a strong pop of color in the room. The beautiful landscape art and mirrored wall panel behind the bed project an aura of serenity into the space.
Look for flat-woven wools with tight weaves, since they're strong enough to handle high-traffic areas. "White was incorporated into this space to make it bright and refreshing when you walk in. We knew we had to add a darker tone into the stair runner. The rug is hand-knotted wool made by J.D. Staron, the Gopala Collection, and looks like linen so it adds an unexpected design detail to the stairs, pulling in the turquoise tone from the light fixture," says Caroline Grant and Dolores Suarez of Dekar Design.