As seen on HGTV's hit show Buying and Selling, Drew and Jonathan Scott have designed a space that is bright and airy. Lots of natural light comes into the room through the large window to the right, while the reflective chandelier hanging from the ceiling helps to make the room even brighter. The bright feeling is aided even further by the metallic lamps that reflect light back into the room. The yellow accents bring to mind rays of sun, while the light walls and white furniture and carpet help give the space a clean look.
Glossy dark brown hardwood floors ground this sophisticated bedroom. Trellis-patterned wallpaper makes a bold statement behind the tufted upholstered bed. A bombe chest is used as the nightstand, adding a burst of earthy green to the room.
Become your own artist. The elephant artwork to the left of the bed was actually a DIY project that a coworker of Atlanta designer Steve McKenzie, owner of Steve McKenzie’s, painted. The brightly upholstered wingback chairs were McKenzie’s jumping off point for the room’s colors in this Dwell with Dignity install.
Light and airy, this bedroom is a true retreat. The fireplace is the focal point with a faux finished steel floor to ceiling surround. It is flanked by floating shelves to provide airiness and a place for favorite books and pretty collections. Floor-to-ceiling drapery heightens the room and has a blackout lining for deep sleep.
As seen on HGTV's Beach Flip, the finished master bedroom of the Coastal Calm condo, designed by contestants Melissa and Mahdi, is cool and modern with a textured turquoise fabric feature wall and turquoise accents. See before and after photos of the space, plus check out our favorite design details.
The simple addition of floor-to-ceiling drapes changed the entire personality of the master bedroom, not to mention that they allowed natural light to pour into the space. Designer Debbie Perez simplified the accessories, leaving a few Asian-inspired pieces, to create a polished, coordinated whole.