Natural light illuminates the yellow walls in this bedroom and floods the space with a bright, cheery feel. White bed linens with soft blue accents cover the white iron bed frame. A green side table with a lightly distressed finish completes the look.
Cheerful Yellow and Gray Bedroom With Natural Light
This transitional bedroom features a yellow quilt paired with a gray throw and multiple pillows. Yellow and white zig-zag curtains frame a pair of windows, while a wood nightstand with a metallic table lamp is placed on either side of the bed. Two circular mirrors offer decoration, while natural light illuminates the space.
The upholstered headboard and floating wall muffles the sounds of the busy street traffic. A panel on the headboard opens to offer storage for the bolster at night. Tansu Chests used as nightstands adds storage and dimension to the design.
This sweet but sassy girl's bedroom uses gray, pink and yellow to infuse the room with color. The romantic four-poster bed and bedding plays well against the more contemporary pieces of the room for a unified look.
This cat-approved guest bedroom submitted by HGTV fan susiehomemaker is filled with shabby chic finds from consignment stores and the Internet. The cottage-style bedroom incorporates blue and white floral linens and a charming gallery wall of plates.
“This room has some really beautiful moments: the bold, striped fireplace commands attention; the combo of zebra, white leather, mirror and crystal set against a moody black backdrop is pure Hollywood glam; simple, two-tone damask patterns add a sense of tradition and comfort that tempers the sharp lines of the very modern wall and floor patterns,” says designer Candice Olson. “However, I think this is a case of both too much and too little. Too many patterns — stripes, checks, zebra and damask — all scream for attention. Undertaking such an ambitious painted floor with very little time prevented Design Star contestants NataLee and Tashica from really finishing this room, and it shows on so many levels, from the shredded bedding to the perplexing mirror/aquarium placement in the fireplace. I would have simply let the striped fireplace graphic be the star; painted the floor white to contrast the black and yellow walls and brought in a large zebra-patterned carpet for interest in the center of the room. This duo's predictable perimeter bed placement reminds me a bit of summer camp — a little more swanky, mind you. I would like to have seen a few beds dressed as sexy daybeds positioned in the center with cocktail tables beside and a spectacular chandelier above, very LA-luxe (in much less time).”
This wonderful baby boy's nursery used the theme of transportation to inspire its whimsical decor. Accessories and toys fill the space with planes, trains and automobiles. Bold, graphic prints and stripes in blue, black, gray and yellow add vibrancy and color.