A wrought iron bed layered with quilts contribute to the comfortable farmhouse feel of the guest bedroom. “I liked the idea of bringing in quilts and making it a little more traditional in this room because it kind of fits the area,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
This bedroom is part of a suite belonging to two teenaged sisters. Both girls love purple, so the designers chose a sophisticated lavender hue that felt more grown up for the walls. Colorful fabrics and pillows make the room fun and whimsical.
For a nightstand in this teen girl's room, designers used a Parsons table in between the two twin beds. The table's height allowed for things to fit underneath: a ceramic garden stool and a basket for extra storage.
Light and Bright Master Bedroom With Purple and Green Accents
This eclectic master bedroom features light gray walls paired with purple and green accents, like the bedside lamps and two ottomans at the foot of the bed. A white vintage mirror adds a timeless touch, while a striped area rug and hardwood floors finish the look of the space.
More floral wall coverings in a lilac that plays very well with spring-evocative greens and contemporary art keeps this bedroom from Catherine M. Austin Interior Design from registering as too saccharine and girly. The color scheme was inspired by Austin’s time spent in Italy in the spring and the purple wisteria she saw there. Think about using your travel photos for both design and color inspiration.
Inside this girl's transitional bedroom, white molding stands out against the room's lavender wall color, and coordinates with the platform bed, midcentury modern dresser and double ottomans. A white, pink and purple flower pattern is picked up in the wallpaper, roman shades and upholstered chair and bench.
For a serene master bedroom, designers chose a cool gray and light purple color scheme. A large mirror went behind the headboard and was paired with mirrored night stands to reflect light and create more depth in the somewhat small space.
The decor in the master bedroom was selected to create a peaceful retreat that highlights the grand ocean views. Cooler tones contribute to the sense of serenity; a silk lilac wallcovering has a faint iridescent effect that changes with the natural light.