This cat-approved guest bedroom submitted by HGTV fan susiehomemaker is filled with shabby chic finds from consignment stores and the Internet. The cottage-style bedroom incorporates blue and white floral linens and a charming gallery wall of plates.
This bedroom was designed for a preteen boy using a red white and blue color scheme. The bed was positioned to create a sense of openness, and dark blue board and batten molding was added to the lower portion of the wall.
Brushed linens in neutral stripes are casual and relaxing. A small pop of blue in the pillow packs a punch in this beige palette. Artwork and a small decorative mirror over the nightstand add just the right touch.
A soft, cozy beige sofa and large plush ottoman is the perfect spot to relax and unwind. White tables and lamps are uncomplicated in front of large windows that fill the room with natural light. These elements together with the neutral white and beige color palette contribute to the overall comfortable and calm feel of the bedroom.
The master bedroom has sloped walls and a vaulted ceiling. Painting the walls a pale blue quiets the space and adds to its peaceful feel. A spool bed in fresh white is a lovely bed choice, quaint and romantic.
Mascarpone by Benjamin Moore is the perfect creamy white backdrop for the collection of vintage plates used in this little girl's bedroom. Designer Tip: Make a whole wall of art by using pictures, plates or anything else you collect to make a beautiful collage.
A sweet nightstand with a wide surface provides a spot for a reading lamp, fresh flowers and a few select accessories that add personality to the HGTV Dream Home 2015 bedroom. Since the master bedroom is so spacious, a large nightstand works to anchor the space.
Layered, cozy pillows carry this room's pink and green palette up and onto the bedding ensemble. By sticking to the spring-like palette, the pillows coordinate with each other, despite differing patterns -- it's a great way to add playfulness to a room.
This charming kid's room is filled to the brim with pattern. But a few key design rules keep them from feeling overwhelming: The wallpaper's light-colored, dainty pattern takes a backseat to the bolder shades and prints of the bedspread, headboard and window seat. Large sections of solid colors give the eye a place to rest.
The carriage house suite was designed to accentuate air and light, as evidenced by the large windows and open beam ceiling. By placing fine antiques and luxurious fabrics in this rustic environment, guests are treated to the same level of comfort and elegance established in the main house. The suite features hand-scraped reclaimed pecan floors.
Sarah Richardson, host of HGTV's "Sarah's Summer House," used the sun as the inspiration for the bright colors in this guest bedroom. The recycled white-painted pine paneling on the walls gives a neutral backdrop to the colorful fabric schemes. The division in the windows brings charm into the space, while the brass bed adds a robust element to the summer cottage bedroom.