Playfully Plum Guest Bedroom With White-Washed Nightstand
The playful green and plum palette in this guest room are enough to incite a pillow fight with the rows of inviting throw pillows. The curved lines and bright colors throughout the space toss your attention from element to element in the room. The craftsman-style window trim adds warmth and is a nice contrast to the contemporary design style.
This guest bedroom in neutral tones offers calming green walls with wicker baskets hanging above the bed as art. The bed itself is flanked by dueling cushioned headboards above matching side tables with sconce lighting.
This guest bedroom is lovely with its asparagus green walls and traditional furnishings. The simple, open bookshelves complement the design and provide space for decorative items. The sitting area under the swag curtains and chandelier also give the room elegance and grace.
The rich hardwood floors, baseboards and window trim of this home lend warmth to the bedroom's bright transitional design. Playful pops of plum play perfectly off the bright green wall and accessories. The upholstered headboard bridges the gap between the contemporary- and Craftsman-style touches throughout the room by being both cozy and sophisticated.
An industrial-style black queen-sized canopy bed with statement light fixture above are two of the stars of this clean and contemporary guest bedroom, with an unexpected color scheme that combines ultra-white, black and Kelly green. Previously the vaulted ceiling was hidden, so the dropped ceiling was opened up and structural framing was done to create a more open feel for this alluring bedroom.
This North Carolina home has nine bedrooms, this one suited with two double beds for visiting guests. The calming green design runs from the walls to the carpeting, as a large fireplace with green and white tiles warm the space.
A rustic wood nightstand offers storage on each side of the canopy bed. The distressed nightstands made from reclaimed pine wood shipping pallets include three spacious drawers, with space on top for a potted plant and black table lamps with grey silk drum shades for reading.
The springy greens and moody blues in this guest bedroom could easily become overpowering if not balanced properly. To keep the high energy hues in check tonally, accents of white were used including: the window trim in the adjacent powder room; the whitewashed basket pendant along the ceiling; the upholstery of the seagrass armchair cushions; and the linen slipcover of the sleeper sofa.