This charming bedroom features a neutral and pale blue palette creating a fresh, airy feel enhanced by lots of natural light. The black canopy bed including curtains with metal grommets is a crisper version of its romantic cousin.
Keep a bedroom feeling restful but still stylish by opting for a metallic color scheme. Here, gold accents luxe up the silvery gray walls and rug. White furniture and window dressings are the crisp final touch.
This beautifully simple, rustic room features a wooden-framed canopy bed with full surrounding white curtains, fluffy white bed linens and a drooping top cover. A wooden bench rests at the foot of the bed under a large iron light fixture hanging from the beams of the peaked ceiling.
If the closet and dresser in your child's room has reached capacity, consider adding a storage bench at the end of the bed. This adaptable piece of furniture gives you a way to hide away medium and larger-sized toys and stuffed animals inside, while also providing a place to change shoes or lay out clothes for the next school day.
A trio of panels by de Gournay, which creates hand-painted wallpaper and fabrics, evoke the exquisite and exotic nature of feathers into a master bedroom designed by Tristan Harstan in a Southeastern Designer Showhouse.
This gorgeous master bedroom borrows design elements from a variety of styles for a look that's bright, casual and oh-so-comfortable. The clean-lined canopy bed screams contemporary, and the natural fiber rug gives off a coastal vibe. Meanwhile, the light wood floors hint at a farmhouse aesthetic.
Inspired by the simplicity and character of farmhouses, this bedroom boasts country elements with modern twists. Wide-plank wood floors are washed out and smoothed for a polished take on rustic barn wood floors. Crisp white walls give the space a bright and airy feel.
This iron canopy bed features a gorgeous white headboard and elegant white bedding. The pale blue walls keep the space soft and serene, while allowing the beautiful bed to take center stage in the room.
Beds here are sized to European standards which can be a little confusing when you’re booking your accommodations (or bringing your own linens for a longer stay). While U.S. bedding has names (twin, queen, etc.), European sizing simply lists the bed’s dimensions in centimeters. But don’t worry: There are easy-to-use conversion guides that can be found online to ensure you know what you’re getting.
It’s easy to relax and shift your focus back to nature when all the distractions are pared back. The waterfront cottages are comfortable yet minimalist, in true Norwegian style. Using rope instead of wood molding along the ceiling’s perimeter is a cute nautical touch.
The comfortable sleeping quarters feature a large picture window, giving the space an open and airy vibe. The sweeping views of the gorgeous countryside are pretty darn amazing, too.