Rustic Beach Guest Bedroom with Wall-Mounted Rock Headboards, Leaf Bedding, Wood Beams
A rustic guest bedroom is full of browns and oranges. The leaf bedding and the ceiling’s wood panels bring natural elements into the space. Designer Sandra Espinet used Light gray and black river rocks and pebbles to create the wall-mounted headboards.
The mix of materials on the countertop and along the backsplash work because the palette is the same rich orange, similar to the Benjamin Moore metallic wall paint, and offset by a large expanse of off-white linen painted cabinetry.
Contemporary Orange Living Room Features Cozy Seating Area & Wall Mirror
A long, dark orange wall adds color to this long, open design without overpowering the space. A soft gray sofa and matching armchair provide cozy seating, while the floral throw pillows echo the orange hue. A glass coffee table adds a lighter, shinier detail to the design and fits well with the large mirror propped on the wall.
The perfect retreat for an imaginative, active little boy, this fantastic bedroom featured in the San Francisco Decorator Showhouse 2014 features rugged leather, denim, canvas and rope. Designer Regan Baker selected furniture, including a large-scale nomadic tent that is easily moved and rearranged to further encourage active enjoyment of the room.
Designer Holly A. Kopman pairs a mother-of-pearl nightstand with soft gray and white bedding to create a soothing bedroom. A faux fur rug provides a soft step next to the bed while an attached wall scone shines light on the headboard.
The fun, whimsical color palette continues from the kids' room into the bathroom. The large mirror reflects the colors in the space, making the bathroom appear larger, while a chic, modern vanity adds a touch of style that will grow up with the kids. Drawers provide storage, while a shelf gives the family easy access to linens and artwork finishes the space.
"I love mixing sentimental with new things" says Julianne whose home reflects not only her design sensibility and the pieces she carries through her company Taylor Burke Home (named for her sister) but also her family's travels through Asia, Australia and Europe during husband Chris's corporate stint abroad.