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.
Doorway Draws Playful Contrast to Elegant Dining Room
The dining room was awkward and small, so designers covered the walls with a fun, gold malachite wallpaper and addd a linear chandelier to distract from the odd lines on the space and draw the eye to the center of the space. To bring in a bigger sense of richness, designers brought in bold purples to accent the gold wallpaper. At the entrance to the space, a surfboard and photography add a playful contrast to the formal, elegant dining space.
Pale lavender walls give old fashioned charm to this bedroom, enhanced by the bed's colorful quilt. Light wood is an uplifting choice for the dresser and nightstand and underfoot, a sheepskin rug is a welcome treat for bare feet.
Furnishing a living room with a nearby staircase can present a traffic flow obstacle. Similar to hallways, it's best to think of staircases as high-traffic areas requiring at least 36 inches of clearance. Rather than outfitting the walls around a staircase with heavy furniture, try using them to showcase art or accent pieces, such as sculptural chairs or occasional seating in the form of ottomans or lightweight benches.
The round table and patterned, upholstered chairs seat up to eight people. To add storage, designers brought in a buffet that is covered in faux-shagreen to add some nice texture against the wallpaper.
This periwinkle girls' room features cabinets painted with chalkboard paint making them fun and practical. While the cabinets are used primarily as book storage, pink plastic bins below serve as open storage for classic board games and plush toys.
A leopard-print area rug grounds this eclectic girl's bedroom, while starry wallpaper adds style overhead. Traditional bunk beds dressed in pretty whites take up less floor space and still provide the lady of the room space for sleepovers.