Lavender and Green Girl's Room With Curved Wall of Windows
A curved wall of windows defines this girl's room as anything but run of the mill. Cheery lavender patterned shades and curtains complement the green loveseat and chairs, while a large area rug provides a soft place on which little ones can play.
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.
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.
To create a calm, classic sleeping space, this modestly sized bedroom is painted a muted shade of lavender which borders on mauve. To play up the purple undertones of the wall color, the space is layered with different shades of plum.
The custom purple headboard in this kids' bedroom was selected by the girls themselves, along with the color scheme for the room. By using their two favorite colors, the room was personalized to them with a chic, sophisticated vibe in mind.
Vintage furniture was given a modern update for this girl's bedroom, including a hotel dresser and a lacquered chair upholstered with pink velvet. An acrylic cloud makes for a statement piece on the wall, adding even more personality to the room.
Purple Transitional Bedroom With Vintage Furnishings
Vintage furnishings create a lived-in look and feel. The vintage chandelier and vintage French bed meet contemporary style by mixing in a Crate & Barrel table lamp, an IKEA desk chair and a West Elm desk.
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.