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.
Barnwood flows from the ceiling to the wall behind the contemporary, canopy bed, creating a warm, rustic backdrop to the master bedroom. Across from the bed is a stacked stone fireplace with a chunky wood mantel, the ideal focal point. A white flokati rug adds lightness and softness to the space. Design by Tracey Byrne
A zebra area rug grounds this eclectic bedroom, adding a bold contrast to the room. The metal canopy bed takes center stage, draped with flowing white curtains, for a chic, relaxing resting place. Blue floral patterned curtains framed the windows.
The simple canopy bed features a tufted gray headboard and is flanked by elegant white nightstands and traditional sconces. The locally-made master bedroom furniture is made from all-natural and eco-friendly materials, including sustainably-farmed hardwood, no glues and low-VOC paint.
Bright, white ceilings with custom millwork and an elegant chandelier lighten up this eclectic master bedroom. Surrounded with black wallpaper, this bedroom pairs brass accents with bold colors, from the dresser and coffee table to the red velvet sofa at the foot of the canopy bed.
Curtains with coral and beige stripes add drama to this canopy bed and unify the muted colors in this little girl's room. Colorful tassels line the edge of the curtains for a fun and playful touch. All-white bedding complements the white nightstand while an ornate pink and cream headboard uses the same colors in the patterned wallpaper.
A soothing color scheme of cream, light blue and white is a breath of fresh air in this master retreat. The soft colors lend a coastal feel that pairs well with the ocean view. A black canopy bed adds lovely contrast to light and bright palette.
Soothing white walls trimmed in blue crown molding create a heavenly effect in this transitional master suite. Where the four poster canopy bed provides a luxurious space for unwinding at the end of a long day, the geometric print enlivens the room and coordinates with its green accents.
Light pink walls provide a subtle background in this bedroom for two little girls. White iron twin beds add feminine curves to the space and are topped with sweet canopies outlined with colorful pom-poms.
Nailhead trim on a clean-lined nightstand is among the many design details that make this neutral space a showstopper. Draperies flow with the wall color to create harmony and visually expand the space. An acrylic canopy bed with ethereal white bedding makes for a restful, relaxing and unique bedroom retreat.
A dreamy gray and white palette defines this ethereal and modern master bedroom. Design details like the acrylic canopy bed and the night table's nailhead trim add interest, making the neutral space anything but boring. Clean-lined valances cap the draperies, which blend with the soft wall color.
Hand knotted yarn pieces form a charming canopy above the white wash wood bunk beds in this kids room design by FLO Design Studio. Plush linens and pillows create the ultimate, whimsical place for little princesses to dream and use their imaginations. Unique storage compartments flank the bunk beds to hold books and personal treasures.
An industrial-style black queen-sized canopy bed with statement light fixture above are two of the stars of this clean and contemporary guest bedroom, with an unexpected color scheme that combines ultra-white, black and Kelly green. Previously the vaulted ceiling was hidden, so the dropped ceiling was opened up and structural framing was done to create a more open feel for this alluring bedroom.
In the master bedroom, the homeowner wanted a bright, airy, feminine space, so designers started with a subtle, elegant pink wall color. For contrast, they added strategic accents of a darker shade, such as the repurposed canopy bed. To give the bedroom an airy feel, designers added white, wispy curtains to help diffuse the light let in from the floor to ceiling windows in the space.
This elegant traditional bedroom has a number of beautiful touches, from the coffered ceiling to the Federal-style rug. The walls and fireplace surround are painted in a creamy white as a backdrop to the furnishings. The floral-patterened window treatment and bed canopy add a fun visual element to the space and a tufted chair in front of the fireplace creates a sitting area under a large wrought iron chandelier.
Converting a home office into a bedroom meant designer Jennifer Foster to had to furnish the room again. Her designer tip in these situations is to purchase big-ticket items from decor collections for teens, which are typically cheaper. To save money on this renovation, Foster turned to home decor retailers and online outlets. The canopy bed cost less than $1,000, and the white bedding is just the right base to switch out the raspberry accessories when it’s no longer a favorite hue.