In one corner of the back wall of the homeowners' son's bedroom, designers installed a built-in desk, giving the room's occupant a space to work and create. Decorated with fun, anime art, posters from his favorite band, his favorite books and sports trophies and a small file cabinet for storage, this desk space is the perfect place for a teenage boy.
Colorful, Boho-Chic Girl's Room Inspired by Arizona Desert
Pops of pink, coral and yellow abound in this boho-chic bedroom, capturing the vibrant colors of the Arizona desert at sunset. Shiplap walls, wood floors and neutral curtains ensure that the space will grow with the little girl.
Eclectic Multicolored Bedroom With Green Nightstand
This incredible bedroom is a wonderful example of how wildly different patterns can look magical together. Start with a big, bold piece—like the black-and-white wallpaper seen here—and layer different hues and textures around it.
An unexpected orange creates a bright and colorful guest bedroom. Complementary blue is used in the artwork, bedding and accessories for contrast, and the sleigh daybed brings a touch of traditional to the eclectic space.
This bedroom, one of three in the home, mixes its Victorian roots with colorful, eclectic details like the rainbow rug and dark purple ceiling. A curlicue metal bed holds court from the middle of the room.
Eclectic Bedroom With Suitcase Nightstand and Hide Rug
In the bedroom of a beach house on the Indian Ocean, designer Nelly Reffret took a creative approach to the project’s extremely tight budget. She says: “I searched for bargains and only selected items that I knew would work perfectly in the space. The headboard is a discontinued Ikea style, which I painted in a sandy color. I found the suitcases on the curb during trash collection (you know that saying about someone's trash being someone's treasure...).” When combining a variety of furniture styles, she advises allowing size and scale to guide your choices. “Before starting to decide on a look, it's important to check what will fit in the space: width and depth matter. Scale is another important factor. Too many large pieces and the room will look cluttered; too many small pieces, and there will be no sense of cohesion, no sense of ‘grounding’. Having one item of large scale next to smaller items can create an interesting focal point to the room, just like the headboard does in this bedroom.”
Light blue walls work wonders in this teen girl's room, creating a relaxing atmosphere for reading or doing homework. A palm-print tryptic adds interest to the bed, as well as complements the other boho touches, like the woven throw and ombre ottoman.
The burnt orange wall behind the bed in this bedroom is a bold color choice, but the addition of simple black-and-white furniture and a lovely Oriental rug make the space soothing and comfortable instead of jarring.
With this magic carriage, dreams can come true. The crib features a front faux leather seat and a built-in changing table that appears as a rear "luggage rack" for carriage passengers. The fairytale theme is further enhanced with a whimsical mural and pastel hues.
A built-in desk area in this tween bedroom houses open storage for books and artwork, as well as plenty of workspace to do homework. Arrow-themed green wallpaper adds a graphic element to the space, while the bright yellow bed is dressed in simple white linens and patterned navy-and-white throw pillows.
Eclectic Guest Room With Funky Print Wallpaper and Decorative Elephant Accents
This fun guest room relies on lively prints, blue accents and elephant decor to pay homage to the homeowners' Zimbabwe roots. Blue and gray print wallpaper is positioned behind the bed, while a neutral headboard and nightstand add finishing touches.