Black furnishings and men's-wear fabrics pop against walls painted a vibrant cranberry shade in the master bedroom of the HGTV Dream Home 2011. Turn-of-the-century walnut and poplar doors were stripped of paint and repurposed as pocket doors for the room.
Every inch of this colorful, contemporary kid's room is designed to let young imaginations go wild. A chalkboard accent wall invites little ones to create their own personal mural over and over again and a large, illuminated work table i s ideal for everything from coloring to lego building.
Wild Wallpaper on Foam Board Gives Bedroom More Style
A geometric wallpaper was attached to an 8-foot-by-4-foot sheet of foam board and held in place with double-sided tape, then the bedding was updated with solids and patterns in earth tones to give this bedroom more personality and warmth.
Striking Bedroom Featuring Red Walls and Canopy Bed
The black metal canopy bed and neutral bed linens are engulfed by red walls, which serve as a contemporary background for the traditional chest of drawers and pair of abstract paintings, in this striking bedroom.
Having a daybed can still bring elegance to a room. This white daybed enhances the look of the black velvet bedding and toile-pattern pillows and bed skirt. A bold red wall and fashionista-inspired artwork complete the look. Design by HGTV fan d_fish.
Contemporary Bedroom With Red Rose Mural and Bedding
For this master bedroom, HGTV Star contestant Crisermy Mercado's client was very certain of what she wanted, and it could be described in one word: bold. The red roses wall mural is a great way to bring in some sexiness to the room and make a big statement. The saturated red combined with a crisp white bed frame and white cloud light fixture make this bedroom unique and romantic. A soffit with recessed lighting is the final touch to help the space feel warm and inviting.
Light and Bright Contemporary Bedroom With Hanging Rattan Chair
This contemporary bedroom features a fun hanging rattan chair with a colorful throw. A glossy red and white dresser is positioned next to the chair, while a pair of glass front French doors allow natural light to illuminate the space.
Demilune tables that flank the entrance to this master bathroom provide additional storage space. Mirrored cabinets conceal jewelry, perfume and a flat-panel TV. This ensures the TV isn't the first point of interest upon entering the room.