Cozy up in this eclectic bedroom with punches of color and personality everywhere. Multiple, cool and complementary patterns give the room almost a monotone neutral feel. The eye is drawn to the perky yellow table lamp which is sitting on a slice of an old tree.
This eclectic bedroom with low ceilings inspired designer SuzAnn Kletzien to make light, bright and expansive design choices, including hand-painted blue and white ombré walls and floral curtains. The space for nightstands was quite narrow, but Kletzien used hanging brass pendant lights to leave more open space for books, plants and accessories.
On the other side of the room, a dresser keeps clothes neat and organized. By pushing the bed to the far wall, the designers were able to open the floor plan and make room for a super cute and comfortable swinging chair.
A woven dreamcatcher hangs over the bed, its bright blue and pink tassels echoing the colors in the throw pillows. Two watercolor cactuses laser-cut and hand-painted by designer Joanna Gick balance the piece on either end.
This girl's bedroom looks like something out of a fairy tail, complete with the unicorn and butterfly wall details. The coral dresser is a statement piece of the room and is a beautiful addition to the floral wallpaper.
This whimsical room feels like the first day of Spring with the floral wallpaper, blissful hues and a little sprinkling of everything magical. From the crochet swing to the charming decor, this space is sure to make any kid (or adult) feel like they're in a fairy tale.
Do bohemian babies dream of macramé mobiles? I can’t say, but I’d like to think so. If you’re going for a casual, global vibe, a macramé mobile is a must-have. A neutral-hued variety, like this one crafted by The Forest Fern, can be kept and used in future nurseries, no matter the baby’s gender.