Buy pillows to match the color of your walls and mix them with other accent and patterned pillows with that color to create a unique and comfortable design you won’t want to leave. “It's unbelievably comfortable, and I spend a lot of time reading and listening to music in this spot,” says Jo Torrijos, a design blogger at A Simpler Design from Atlanta.
A pop of pink reflected in the bedroom mirror complements the chic look of this blue eclectic master bedroom. A vintage dressing table pairs well with a garden stool that will easily slide underneath to save space.
Vintage toys and treasures set the tone in this kid's bedroom that's part of the HGTV Dream Home 2009 designed by Kim Myles. Twin four poster beds add elegant vertical height while a rich red makes the room feel snug and cozy.
Headboards don’t have to be hard or uncomfortable, and for smaller spaces, it’s sometimes better not to have a formal one at all. “For small spaces or studios, I like placing a bed in a corner and using lots of throw pillows as a ‘headboard’ so the bed can act as both a lounge/sofa alternative and as a bed for guests,” says Atlanta design blogger Jo Torrijos at A Simpler Design.
As seen on Love It or List It Too, designer Jillian Harris designed a space for the couple that blends contemporary style with a touch of the antique. The contemporary tufted head board and neutral colors in the room make the space bright, while the wallpaper accent wall, vintage furniture and chandelier with old world charm bring a softer, vintage feel to the space.
A tranquil 5-Star boutique hotel experience set the tone for this master bedroom remodel which we designed for a busy couple with kids in a Boston suburb. The master suite project involved moving walls for a closet expansion, a bathroom gut job, and removing all traces of the dark, dated furnishings that closed in the space. We used a neutral base palette with soft blue touches and layered in heirloom-quality textiles, elegant lighting, and lots of texture. The tufted platform bed and traditional fireplace serve as anchors in the room, which manages to be both spacious and cozy.
Vintage furnishings create a lived-in look and feel. The vintage chandelier and vintage French bed meet contemporary style by mixing in a Crate & Barrel table lamp, an IKEA desk chair and a West Elm desk.
In this master bedroom, a 19th-century French kitchen table becomes a desk by adding a midcentury club chair. The oversized floor lamp and custom daybed create an inviting space, while the natural wool area rug warms the room.
An upscale retreat for the youngest gentleman of the house, the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 offers a nostalgic sense of boyish adventure. Designer Shelley Cahan combined classic, tailored elements with vintage-inspired nickel accents, distressed furnishings and a hand-drawn airplane on the ceiling.