Luke and Miranda got a king bed for the first time — their old place didn’t have the space — and it’s appreciated by everyone. When Luke designed the room, he was going for something unexpected. “I thought the ‘Love Always’ sign, which I had made as a headboard, was romantic,” says Luke. (Yes, it has a dimmer.) The rug, nightstand and dresser are vintage finds.
Choose a navy and white master bedroom - Navy and white is one of the most elegant colour combinations, and a timeless one at that. Navy is dark enough to provide contrast but the blue adds a touch of warmth. If you start with blue walls, you can afford to bring in a lot of white in the ways of curtains, cushions, upholstery or bed coverings.
The bedroom is all about the mix. The mix of fresh patterns and colorful textiles create a cozy, comfortable and beautiful place to sit back and relax. A headboard was installed using left-over yardage from a project. The close-knit chevron pattern creates an unexpected headboard for the bed. The black and white pattern is a complement to the black and white knit pillow that Kelley likes to cozy up on. At the foot of the bed, Kelley Carter has incorporated a textile from her travels: fabric from the Philippines that adds a vibrant display to the bed. The patterned textile is filled with meaning, a reflection of Kelley’s own Filipino heritage.
Visitors will never want to leave after they lay eyes on this gorgeous guest suite. With white walls, recessed lighting and a chandelier, the space is beautifully bright and even has a window seat for looking out at the city.
A dark brown leather bed is dressed in warm neutral linens to create a comfortable, serene space. An abstract art piece adds bold color to the bedroom, while a cool chandelier brings a contemporary note.
This contemporary, gender-neutral nursery features modern furniture with soft lighting from the dresser sconce. A lively, abstract-patterned wallpaper provides entertainment for little ones looking up at the ceiling from the nearby crib.
The queen bed featured in the HGTV Dream Home 2015 master bedroom combines white with soft blue for a gentle calming effect. The upholstered headboard with a nail-head trim is a luxurious addition that frames the bed and exudes a soft, cozy vibe. According to interior designer Linda Woodrum, “You just want to jump in that bed and relax.”
HGTV fan lizardshop got creative to give her son the beach-themed room he craved. Using an old-fashioned projector, she traced the surfer and wave design onto the wall then filled it in with latex paint. Custom-made to coordinate with the bedding, mini surfboards are the perfect accent.