A great alternative to knocking nail holes in walls and a modern, fresh take, leaning a mirror or artwork on a vanity or bedside table brings a new attitude to this bedroom. A fur-draped bench at the vanity is a gorgeous, luxurious detail.
This miniature sleigh crib is just as elegant and graceful as its adult counterpart. The antique silver finish and relief carvings further glamorize the piece, making it an ideal sleeping spot for any elegant tot. Image courtesy of PoshTots.
A large upholstered white headboard is the focal point of this light blue bedroom. Two wall sconces flank the bed and a large gold chandelier hangs in the center of the room, drawing the eye up to a brown painted ceiling.
An ultra traditional girl's bedroom brings out all the femininity with floral fabrics, a painted ceiling and a pastel color palette. An animal print rug offsets the classic furniture and adds an unexpected element.
Dripping with elegant crystals and silk fabrics, this traditional master bedroom is, without question, fit for a royal family member. Neutral walls and furniture help the space seem grand and airy, while two velvet lounges and a Victorian-style armchair create plenty of space for activities.
Lots of ideas worth copying in this master bedroom from James Michael Howard. The artwork hung from thick brass chains are a new approach to displaying artwork and the mix of elegance and comfort in the heavy curtains hung at the bedroom entrance both soften and enunciate the room’s beautiful lines.
Throughout the home, guests will notice beautiful antique furniture, like this dark wood dresser and matching wardrobe. With mirrors built right into the design, the wardrobe reflects the bedroom and makes it feel larger.
Crisp white curtains and bed linens have a dreamy effect on this master suite. After a day out in the sun, the owners will love curling up with a book or stretching out on their canopy bed for a quick nap.
Soft pink walls emphasize the prettiness and softness of the view from this Massachusetts bedroom. The home, situated on West Falmouth, Massachusetts' Chapoquoit Island, features water views from every room, as well as multiple access points to a back patio that stretches the length of the house to take advantage of the stunning vistas.
With squishy, comfy cushions on the window seat and plush toys on the built-in shelves, this warm, welcoming kid space is meant to be lived in. From quilted pillows to ruffled window treatments, textiles in the space give an aura of charm and homeyness. Neutral walls and bright white woodwork keep the room airy and light.