An elegant platform bed upholstered in rich navy velvet anchors this bedroom with walls painted a very faint shade of millennial pink. The room combines interesting textures, coastal-inspired art and industrial elements that fit the locale.
A mix of midcentury modern details bring a playful, grown-up vibe to this kid’s bedroom. Layers of soft upholstery on the bedframe and chair combine with soothing tones in the bedding and area rug for a balance between angular design elements and soft accents.
The remodeled master bedroom features an exposed beam ceiling with a white globe chandelier. Gray and white linens decorate the wrought iron bed, while a black nightstand is positioned on either side. Recessed lighting illuminates the space.
This master suite is a retreat all its own, with a sitting area, divine custom walk-in closet and spacious bath. After a long day of swimming or hiking, that platform bed becomes an ideal spot to land.
This serene blue master retreat has rustic elements seen in the chandelier, sliding barn door and white-washed hardwood floors. The canopy bed brings a inviting look to this space and is the percent addition with the vaulted ceilings.
This space has a zen blue wall color, Nelson Blue by Benjamin Moore. Its grey, blue and green tones change in different lights and is soft and soothing. The vaulted ceilings allow for a canopy bed and chandelier, without making the space feel confined.
It's easy for a top-floor room with sloped ceilings to feel cluttered -- and it can be tough to find furniture that fits the height of the walls. Built-in dressers on either side of the twin bed solve these problems. They're a perfect scale for the space and allow the teen room to feel clean and neat.
Choose a hero piece as the focal point for your room, like a bold upholstery pattern for the sofa. Then use a mix of quieter neutrals for the remaining furniture and walls to keep the space feeling light and open.
Great for kids of all ages, this stylish bedroom features a pair of matching beds with funky gray and white headboards and neutral bedding with pops of green. A shared nightstand supports two green lamps for late-night reading.