This light green and white bedroom overlooks the majestic live oaks on Esplanade Avenue in New Orleans, with features like exposed beams, a four-post bed that centers the room, and a sturdy, wooden daybed beneath the arched window.
This downtown Austin pied-a-terre is meant for weekend getaways. Designers connected the bedroom to the apartment's southwestern roots via playful, cactus-covered wallpaper, then pulled its vibrant green out into the room with accents like the bed linens and pillows.
Matching twin beds with bright white bedding flank a shared bedside table in a small bedroom where the ceiling is covered in a graphic green and white wallpaper. Solid green walls boast framed artwork, an oval gold mirror, and sunburst detailing.
Across from the four poster bed, a custom built-in houses the owners' flat screen TV and keeps their clothes organized. The front of the drawers were covered with mesh and matched with handsome brass and glass hardware.
Master Suite: Bayfront Mediterranean Villa in Naples, Fla.
With gorgeous bay views and access to a private garden, this master suite feels luxurious and inviting. Framed by golden yellow draperies, a bay window brings in ample light to the elegant, traditional space.
Dark walls in a small space don't have to be a bad thing if used the right way. Designer Gail Fedela used olive walls to open the space up, but kept it light and airy with lots of white in the window treatments, accessories and bed linens.
Bedroom Offers 1970s Vibe With Dark Walls and Plush, Cream-Colored Fabrics
Designer Will Wick sought to create a cozy, '70s-style retreat that balances masculine and feminine and modern and vintage in the master bedroom at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Wick selected a deep, hunter green for the walls and balanced the shade with lush, cream tones in the headboard, bedding, carpet and drapery. Plush carpet and a sofa covered with faux chinchilla fur add to the retreat vibe.