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.
A reclaimed wood ceiling with exposed beams adds a brilliant, eye-catching detail to this country-style bedroom. The wood bed frame is upholstered with neutral fabric that's lined with nailhead trim. Pastel blue walls add a subtle splash of color to the room, and layered throw pillows complete the sophisticated design.
This boy's bedroom is colored in a shade of mint green and includes a rustic bed with plaid linens, a rustic wooden nightstand with table lamp, and five large galvanized letter cutouts hung on the wall to spell his name.
Though this bedroom is largely neutral, wood trim and French doors helps the space feel cohesive with the rest of the house. A white comforter decorates the bed, while plaid pillows give the space a country twist.
Is this room made for sleepovers or what? At one end, four bunk beds are built into the wall. The rest of the room feels open as can be with a high arched ceiling, lots of windows and enough floor space for a table and a sofa.
Vintage toys and treasures set the tone in this kid's bedroom that's part of the HGTV Dream Home 2009 designed by Kim Myles. Twin four poster beds add elegant vertical height while a rich red makes the room feel snug and cozy.
Pale lavender walls give old fashioned charm to this bedroom, enhanced by the bed's colorful quilt. Light wood is an uplifting choice for the dresser and nightstand and underfoot, a sheepskin rug is a welcome treat for bare feet.
A contemporary star light is centered in this kid's bedroom for a fun contemporary touch to the design. Matching twin beds feature textured frames and striped throw blankets over the blue comforters. The powder blue color creates a light look throughout the room, with the striped floor rug adding complimentary shades to the color palette.