Textile designer, Khristian A. Howell, says, "Put your feet first. A dramatic and easy way to change things up in a room is by bringing in a great rug. Sheepskin rugs are so wonderful for the winter months. They feel wonderful under foot, and bring lots of warmth into the room, while keeping a light airy feeling."
Don’t let the lack of a guest bedroom cramp your hostess with the mostest style. With a little planning and a few thoughtful touches your couch-surfing weekend guests will feel totally pampered around the clock.
The homeowners wanted a luxurious master space for their elegant winter home that was layered in rich texture and metallics, but didn't take away from the open, calming view of the mountains and palm trees that surround the home. To appease these desires, designers wrapped the room in textured metallic grasscloth wallpaper and layered tonal fabrics that make the room rich with shine and depth.
This master bedroom is imbued with a warm ambiance thanks to an orange and gold color scheme. The room's primary colors are carried through in the bedding, window treatments, artwork and armchair. The bed has a silk-upholstered headboard with a silver-leaf frame, while a nearby built-in provides ample storage space.
To keep the beachy feel alive in this guest bedroom, designers painted the walls a lovely shade of blue that reflects the beauty of the ocean. To contrast the bright wall color, gray details were added to the room for a balance of warmth.
White bed linens with blue embellishments cover the decorative white bed frame. A blue and white striped chair highlights a bolder shade of blue to the color scheme. Pastel blue walls and light wood furniture finishes keep the room light and airy.
With sloping ceilings that reach 10 feet at their peak, this neutral master bedroom feels open and spacious. Walls painted Snowbound by Sherwin Williams reflect light and add to the room’s airy design.
This sophisticated guest bedroom, its color palette inspired by the clouds and sky, includes extraordinary amenities including a bar area, walk-in custom closet and ensuite bath. And then there's always the view.
Take pride in your artwork - The bedroom is an easy space in which to introduce lots of textiles. Modern interiors love variety and this riot of print may look as if it was thrown together and just happens to work. In fact, it works for a simple reason: as ever in a busy, hue-heavy scheme, there’s a strict palette at play to maintain order.
This bedroom features dark brown and white tones, tons of natural light, and a white bedside sofa. The white painted furniture and the ruffled bedding contrast well against the strong wall color and add dimension to the room.
This cottage bedroom is definitely relaxing with its walls of soft gray and sage green and coordinating bed linens, twin armoires, white beadboard ceiling, and touches of wicker to give it a beach vibe.