Sunny Side Up - If you thrive on sunshine, your bedroom should be bright and airy. Sheer curtains let in lots of natural light, and the addition of a mirror will help make your room even brighter. Stick with a wall color that’s light and refreshing to ensure you’ll always wake up to a welcoming sight.
Plush carpet and a sofa covered with faux chinchilla fur add to the 1970s retreat-like feel in the master bedroom at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Designer Will Wick worked to balance the home's traditional design elements, such as the marble fireplace, with modern pieces to make the space feel especially livable.
Horseshoes, saddles and cowboy attire decorate this transitional boy's nursery. Traditional white furnishings keep the space from feeling too dark and overly masculine. Designed by Emily Mackie of Inspired Interiors.
Fun, Feminine Dining Room With Soft Pink & Pastel Green
Incorporating soft pinks and pastel greens, this dining room feels open and full of natural light. The custom pink table seats eight and was inspired by a Chanel piece. Two crystal chandeliers hang above the table, adding elegance and sophistication to the fun, feminine space.
Transitional Living Room With Colorful Accents and Whitewashed Fireplace
This light and bright living room features a pair of neutral sofas accented with colorful green and blue pillows. A neutral stone table sits at the center and atop a sisal rug, while a lantern chandelier hangs above. A whitewashed fireplace with a dark brown wood mantel adds an eye-catching touch.
This roomy gray pantry features white floor-to-ceiling shelves, hardwood floors and bench seats. A green area rug adds a pop of color, while a small window allows natural light to illuminate the space.
If your family room opens up to other spaces in the house, it's important to keep all colors cohesive to avoid a choppy or disjointed look. Here, the gray-green tone of the family room coordinates beautifully with the gray-blue tone of the adjacent multipurpose room.