The rich, red bedroom color is balanced by crisp white bedding. This master suite from the 2011 HGTV Dream Home blends neutral fabrics and modern art with dark furniture, a metal canopy bed, and bright red walls to create a cozy escape for two.
This iron canopy bed features a gorgeous white headboard and elegant white bedding. The pale blue walls keep the space soft and serene, while allowing the beautiful bed to take center stage in the room.
Though understated, white linens are a smart choice for the master bedroom, allowing the owners to easily switch out their accessories with new seasons. Right now, blue and indigo pillows are oh-so-in and keep the space cool for the summer.
This chic master bedroom features a charcoal gray wall color paired with pure white accents, including the bed linens, tufted bench and soft carpet. A crystal chandelier and metallic mirror add a touch of glam, and an adjacent sitting room provides a spacious place to relax.
A combination of taupe and brown is mixed with black and white to create this contemporary bedroom. Sleek nightstands with modern lamps flank the bed, while comfy bedding adds an inviting element to the room.
Sumptuous yellow silk bedding pairs with crisp whites for a luxurious look in this transitional master bedroom. Yellow lacquer nightstands inspired by the 1960s play well with the curvy ceramic lamps and cheery floral lampshades.
When Erin first moved in, the accent wall behind the bed was painted a loud orange tone, the previous tenant's homage to the San Francisco Giants that play just across the street at AT&T Park. To keep the space open and airy, she and Chris painted the walls a classic white (Benjamin Moore 01), then selected a palette of light grays, muted blues and creams. To add a personal touch in keeping with the airy aesthetic of the room, Erin added photographs with special meaning for her and her husband, Chris. "I don't like having photos of people everywhere. I like photos that are more landscape or locale-based, but hold personal meaning," Erin explains. "The photograph print of Outer Banks, North Carolina means a lot to Chris and me because that's where we first met, at a friend's wedding. I gave it to him for our first anniversary. I think it's the perfect inspiration piece for creating a bedroom that's calm, serene and all about Chris and me."
Designer Genevieve Gorder created a stunning master bedroom retreat. Gorder repurposed antique sewing machines as nightstands on either side of her hand-carved wood bed. Luxurious white bedding and simple artwork above the bed create a calm, tranquil atmosphere, as seen on Genevieve's Renovation.
A fun floral pattern covers this upholstered bed and topped with crisp, white linens to invert the expectation of patterned bed linens and a neutral bed. Blue, glass table lamps cool the warm colors of the fabric and pop against the white walls and nightstands.