Taking cues from the owners' musical tastes, the master bedroom uses green walls and black trim to achieve a rock & roll color scheme. A metallic light fixture accentuates this look and adds a touch of shimmer to the room.
This cluster of chartreuse pendant fixtures dangles from the ceiling to cast light on the polka dot memory boxes below. This lighting would add sparkle to a teenager's bedroom or a home office that doesn't shy away from unusual pops of color.
Muted walls with vibrant orange accents and geometric patterns make the kids’ bedroom not only fun but sophisticated and ideal for all ages. “I think it has universal appeal because it is very cute and childlike in a boy’s room, but I think this also works well as a guest room for adults,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
Cheerful Nursery With Two-Tone Walls and Floor-to-Ceiling Bookshelves
This colorful nursery features teal two-tone walls, hardwood floors and a daybed that pulls out into a trundle bed. Floor-to-ceiling bookshelves neatly display books, while a modern dresser provides storage. A vibrant yellow floor lamp adds a pop of sunny color.
“We just had fun in here, we have the mossy green walls and we brought in orange for the accent. We found this triptych painting, which was made by a local artist and we are in University of Texas land so people here will understand that is a longhorn which is their mascot,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
Edgy Master Bedroom Includes Rock & Roll Gallery Wall
Overhead, a 3D ceiling treatment brings some texture to the master bedroom. A gallery wall featuring rock & roll artists completes the space, with metallic frames that echo the color of the chandelier.
A Texas longhorn triptych makes subtle reference to the University of Texas with the home’s close proximity to campus while simultaneously tying together the room’s orange, white, and gray accent colors.