Stylish Teen Bedroom Features Hues of Blue and Purple
Designer Liz Caan chose a palette of blues and purples for this room, with dashes of gold to complete the look. "This young teen girl wanted lots of blues," Caan says. "But we wanted to give the room a little life, so we chose some great lavenders and purples to contrast with the blues."
Lavender Transitional Bedroom With Vaulted Ceiling
This spacious transitional bedroom pairs soft lavender walls with simple white bed linens and a white tufted headboard, creating a delicate, romantic retreat. A vaulted ceiling with exposed white-painted ceiling beams makes the space feel even larger than it is.
To add timeless elegance, the master suite is covered in shades of lavender and lilac along with classic-style furnishings. A heavy mix of black and silver keeps the pastel tones from being overly feminine.
This brightly colored bedroom was designed for two 10-year-old girls who wanted to base the room on their two favorite colors. Designer Alisha Gwen was even able to include their own artwork into the small space.
Transitional Lavender Bedroom With Wrought Iron Bed, Striped Comforter and Purple Curtains
The best lavenders to choose are those with very gray bases. The soft purple shade acts like a neutral in this room and creates a beautiful base for the design. Slightly darker lavender curtains compliment the wall color and frame the wrought iron bed frame. A feathered mirror frame adds a fun texture over the sophisticated bed set up with matching nightstands.
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.
Perfectly Balanced Nursery Is Sweet, Sophisticated
This lavender nursery is a perfect balance of charm, sophistication and whimsy. Likewise, the furniture and accessories add just enough weight on both sides of the room to keep the scales even, while a cozy window seat serves as the fulcrum.
Not only do the mirrors in this cozy nursery make it feel much more expansive, but they also throw back an image of the opposing wall's treatment. They reflect the paisley image without overwhelming the room with too much wallpaper. Small details like the lavender lampshade have a big impact in the small space.
Pastel Bedroom Boasts Fun Patterns & Traditional Touches
The bright windows and pastel walls juxtapose the floral bedding and striped rug in this stunning bedroom, offering a calm and refreshing space to relax. The white four-poster bed, classic wood nightstands and metallic lamps add traditional elegance to the room.
Plum painted custom millwork with blue tie-ins and traditional furniture provide a unique and inviting farmhouse style room to make guests feel comfortable and at home. “Purple is a really hard color to work with, but plum is purple with just enough brown in it to make it a little more on the new neutral side,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
The elegant wall covering in this master bedroom is traditional grasscloth with a screenprinted damask design. A Donghia sofa upholstered with mohair and Nancy Corzine coffee table offer a luxurious spot for relaxation.