This simply chic neutral bedroom features a black wrought iron bed paired with frilly white and gray bed linens, and floral throw pillows. An antique candelabra chandelier hangs overhead, while white louvered doors provide outdoor balcony access. Dark brown hardwood floors add a finishing touch.
A large floral rug grounds this feminine bedroom. French country style abounds, from the Bergere desk chair, to the ornate velvet bench to the bombe side tables. Damask bed linens complement the leaf-print curtains.
In the spirit of Italian living, the focus of this room is the wrought iron bed with inset tapestries. A vintage blue and white floral linen and subtle damask wallpaper pattern complement the ornate design of the wrought iron.
The best lavenders to choose are those with very gray bases. The soft purple shade acts like a neutral in this room and creates a beautiful base for the design. Slightly darker lavender curtains compliment the wall color and frame the wrought iron bed frame. A feathered mirror frame adds a fun texture over the sophisticated bed set up with matching nightstands.
This master bedroom features bold black and blush pink floral wallpaper. Oversized white porcelain nightstands, white wrought iron bed, and a gray shag rug pair perfectly with the hues found in the floral print.
Ruffled bedding in a muted lavender hue adorns the ornate wrought iron bed in this enchanting girl's bedroom. A frilled light fixture complements the bedding, and crisp white walls lend a bright, fresh feeling to the room.
The remodeled master bedroom features an exposed beam ceiling with a white globe chandelier. Gray and white linens decorate the wrought iron bed, while a black nightstand is positioned on either side. Recessed lighting illuminates the space.
This master bedroom centers around a bold black, white and blush floral print accent wall. A white wrought iron bed, white oversized nightstands, pink decorative pillows and sheer panels, as well as a gray shag rug compliment the color palette.
A wrought iron bed layered with quilts contribute to the comfortable farmhouse feel of the guest bedroom. “I liked the idea of bringing in quilts and making it a little more traditional in this room because it kind of fits the area,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
A white paneled ceiling adds an understated and stylish element to this bright bedroom. A long canvas mounted on the wall matches the blue of the patterned bedspread and pillow shams. The wrought iron bed frame is complemented by wrought iron trim on the wood side tables and wrought iron detailing on the lamp bases.
The house has five bedrooms—all with views, some with access—to the acres of picture-perfect countryside belonging to the ranch. In this bedroom, an elegant wrought-iron canopy bed presides over the space.
Washed out wood floors and soaring white ceilings give this master bedroom a bright, open feel. A simple wrought iron canopy bed with billowy white curtains enhances the airiness of the space. An oatmeal-colored rug helps define the sleeping area.
Designer Melanie Miller of The Design Atelier selected a cool blue and white palette to create a restful atmosphere in this master bedroom. A wrought iron canopy bed and floor-to-ceiling drapes create a formal look without being stuffy.