Photo By: Panda Windows & Doors; Design By: Ronald A. Shaw
Photo By: Garrett Rowland
Photo By: Taylor Cole Photography
Fun Preppy Banana Leaf Dorothy Draper Print as a Headboard
A summer day in Palm Beach is brought into a bedroom with the banana leaf-inspired print, Brazilliance, by Dorothy Draper and bamboo-patterned canopy drapes. The room designed by Parker Kennedy was in a Southeastern Designer Showhouse.
Tropical Neutral Master Bedroom Opens to Gorgeous Lanai
Custom doors open from this tropical master bedroom to the attached lanai, which allows natural light to stream through the space. The neutral color palette with coral accents lends a clean, beachy vibe to the space.
This bedroom has a standout accent wall with a green leafy print wallpaper that gives this room pattern and texture. White this room has a powerful accent wall, it is toned down by the surrounding neutral walls, white end tables and bedding.
A neutral guest room is the perfect place to play with color in accessories. Bright, funky patterns and textures on the pillows and in the artwork give the room much-needed energy, while the upholstered headboard with nail-head trim complements the decor.
In the bedroom, a neutral palette with bits of glimmer is always a winning combination. Here, a tropical-inspired bedroom is uplifted by silver and bronze textiles with a subtle sheen. Dark wood furniture and the towering palm top off the polished look.
Tropical rooms don't always boast bold colors and palm printed furniture. Here, a subdued, beige color palate makes this beachside retreat feel and look relaxing, yet sophisticated. Grasscloth walls and a beadboard ceiling give the space subtle tropical flare.
Earthy tones and textures envelop this room in a safari-inspired design. Textured bamboo walls, white bedding, a burlap-style crown canopy and leather accents blend together to create an all-natural motif in this bedroom retreat.
A vaulted ceiling makes this spacious master bedroom feel even larger. Soothing blues in the bedding and on the ceiling help create a serene sleeping space. Sculptural nightstand lamps give added interest to this simple space.
The type of moving glass wall you choose depends in part on the effect you want to achieve when open and closed — an especially important decision if you want to maximize great views. “In the closed position, folding doors have more vertical stiles due to the panel width limitation; therefore, they impose greater view obstruction when compared to sliding doors. Sliding doors allow for larger panels, which results in fewer vertical posts and more unobstructed views,” says Ximena Rojas, Marketing Director for Panda Windows & Doors.