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Cottage Bedroom Decor Rope Lamp
To put a coastal spin on cottage style, it's smart to consider elements made of rope. In order to keep this bedroom lounge area well-lit and packed with coastal cottage charm, a lamp made with thick nautical rope is paired with a slipcovered sofa and charming do-it-yourself wall art.
This bedroom creates a lounging area by pairing a traditional slipcovered sofa with a gallery wall made up of clever, colorful, do-it-yourself art projects and straw gardening hats. With a whimsical lamp made of rope and natural light streaming through the window, this is a delightful spot for relaxation.
Architectural elements, like the shiplap walls and exposed wood ceiling, combine to create a rustic yet cottage bedroom. Striped fabric in bold hues is used for the window treatments to add color to the space.
Vaulted Ceiling, Corner Cabinet Keeps Lake Views Unobstructed
A corner cabinet offers storage without obstructing the stunning views of Little Lake Worth in North Palm Beach, Fla., through the windows of this serene master bedroom. The natural tones of the vaulted wood ceiling and the beaded empire chandelier create a cottage look in this coastal home.
One of two bedrooms located on the first floor of this beautiful waterfront escape, this inviting bedroom has a classic panel bed with plush bedding that complements the soft and sophisticated lavender walls.
Decked out with colorful wall panels, distressed furniture and layered bed linens, this bedroom has a quaint cottage-style thanks to HGTV Design Star. By placing the bed between two doors, the illusion of headboard was instantly created. The sisal rug and coral sculpture lend a subtle coastal feel to the space.
In the master bedroom of a California mid-century modern home, designers Diego Monchamp and Ryan Brown of Brown Design Group took a bold approach to the asymmetrical architecture, emphasizing it with the contrasting colors of the walls and ceiling. “We used a spectrum of grays and blues, including a steel-blue wallcovering, throughout the room to make it feel sophisticated and neutral,” says Monchamp. “Wood elements always complement these muted tones.”
This bedroom knows how to do cozy: There's a sweet window seat built in beneath one long stretch of windows. A blue loveseat tucks up against the bottom of the bed. And the overall style is charmingly laid back and rustic.
Simple, crisp accents—the black-and-white lamps, the graphic accent pillow—temper the daintiness of this bedroom's lavender walls, floral headboard and chandelier, making a space that's pretty, not precious.