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Pretty Bedroom Ideas

Pretty Master Bedroom A mélange of pretty fabrics gives this master bedroom visual interest. Silk panels over embroidered sheers at the windows, a quilted coverlet and plaid skirt on the bed, and a cut-velvet upholstered bench all work together for a serene ambience. Details on the following slide. Tags: Bedroom Design, Neutral Palette, Design Ideas Post a comment

Pretty Bedroom Ideas

Subtle Animal Print Bedroom Who says a neutral palette has to stop at beige? These soft and soothing hues make any bedroom look timeless and sophisticated. And with a color scheme so versatile, it’s easy to pair fabrics and furniture. Whether a bedroom is modern or classic, lofty or compact, these palettes can transform it into a space of serenity. Rich woods and a dramatic four-poster bed frame add dimension to this bedroom. Powder blue stands out on the creamy linens, and a playful cheetah print adorns the pillows for a touch of sass. At the foot of the custom bed, a Kisabeth tufted-back settee is covered in fawn velvet. Tags: Bedroom Design, Neutral Palette, Design Ideas Post a comment

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Glamorous & Sophisticated Bedroom Designer and homeowner Barbara Glazer says, “I’m not a cookie-cutter anything.” The same is true for her personal style, evident in the design of her own master bedroom. A luxurious throw plays counterpart to the vibrant silk bolster pillows. One of the most compelling design components of this master bedroom is the presentation of art above the bed. The repeating mini-squares are framed rubber ducks—a bit of humor that packs a wallop of strong graphics. Details on the following slide. Tags: Bedroom Design, Neutral Palette, Design Ideas Post a comment

Pretty Bedroom Ideas

Pretty Master Bedroom A mélange of pretty fabrics gives this master bedroom visual interest. Silk panels over embroidered sheers at the windows, a quilted coverlet and plaid skirt on the bed, and a cut-velvet upholstered bench all work together for a serene ambience. Details on the following slide.

Pretty Bedroom Ideas

Subtle Animal Print Bedroom Who says a neutral palette has to stop at beige? These soft and soothing hues make any bedroom look timeless and sophisticated. And with a color scheme so versatile, it’s easy to pair fabrics and furniture. Whether a bedroom is modern or classic, lofty or compact, these palettes can transform it into a space of serenity. Rich woods and a dramatic four-poster bed frame add dimension to this bedroom. Powder blue stands out on the creamy linens, and a playful cheetah print adorns the pillows for a touch of sass. At the foot of the custom bed, a Kisabeth tufted-back settee is covered in fawn velvet.

Pretty Bedroom Ideas

Spacious Bedroom in Airy Metallics Luxurious linens from Leron in cream, ivory, and gray bring together the trio of hues that harmonize beautifully throughout the rest of this spacious bedroom in the Lake Forest Showhouse. The early-20th-century four-poster features a fretwork headboard and silver-leaf finish for added shine and texture. Wool sateen drapery panels decorated with geometric borders and backed by ivory shades hug the matching bedside tables. See more of this room on the following slide. Tags: Bedroom Design, Neutral Palette, Design Ideas Post a comment

Pretty Bedroom Ideas

Earth Tone Bedroom In this showhouse bedroom, unique patterns lend interest on the bed sheets as well as the base of the flowing wool felt drapery. A satiny bedspread and upholstered woven-rope lounge chair cushion introduce a pleasant sheen. See more from this room on the following slide. Tags: Bedroom Design, Neutral Palette, Design Ideas Post a comment

Pretty Bedroom Ideas

Spa-Like Guest Bedroom This showhouse bedroom offers a breathtaking view of San Francisco Bay, inspiring designer Cathleen Gouveia to model the bed after the Golden Gate Bridge. She suspended the bed using manila ropes fastened to the ceiling. “I wanted guests to feel immediately relaxed and experience the serenity of sitting on a dock—feeling the tactile, organic surfaces, the movement of the sea, the waves, and the kinetic forces of nature,” Gouveia explains. Tags: Bedroom Design, Neutral Palette, Design Ideas Post a comment

Italy-Inspired Master Bedroom A California home inspired by the architecture of Florence and Tuscany is filled with classic lines and timeless palettes. In the remodeled master bedroom, the muted pink bedspread blends seamlessly with the creamy taupe walls and velvet upholstery. An antique stone fireplace surround is accented by a custom-made fire screen. Tags: Bedroom Design, Neutral Palette, Design Ideas Post a comment

Beautiful & Serene Bedroom Creamy beige and soft sage play the starring role in this bedroom. The clean lines of the bed offer a tidy counterbalance to the twin bookshelves on either side. A tall headboard and matching sconces frame a cozy spot for reading. See more from this location on the following slides. Tags: Bedroom Design, Neutral Palette, Design Ideas Post a comment

Beautiful & Serene Bedroom The bedroom’s sitting area introduces a touch of gold to warm the space. Tall French doors allow ample sunlight to illuminate the room, while gauzy drapery provides privacy. Tags: Bedroom Design, Neutral Palette, Design Ideas Post a comment

Beautiful & Serene Bedroom Detail Delicate embroidery at the bed complements the golds and greens throughout the rest of the bedroom. See another room from this home on the following slide. Note the continuity in design. Tags: Bedroom Design, Neutral Palette, Design Ideas Post a comment

Nuanced Master Bedroom Soft colors are paired with luxurious textures in this master bedroom. A close-cropped chenille fabric covers the walls, while the headboard is upholstered in velvet. A 17th-century French chair stands at the foot of the bed, lending antiquity to this exquisitely cozy space. Tags: Bedroom Design, Neutral Palette, Design Ideas Post a comment

Beach-Themed Bedroom A generous chaise anchors a sunny corner of the room that looks out on to the private veranda. See another bedroom from this home on the following slides. Tags: Bedroom Design, Neutral Palette, Design Ideas Post a comment

Neutral & Nautical Bedroom The colorful upstairs bedroom has playful touches that say “all boy” while still maintaining the sophisticated tone that is featured throughout the rest of the house. Custom turtle pillows and the draperies hung with nautical rope complete the beach house room. Tags: Bedroom Design, Neutral Palette, Design Ideas Post a comment

Artsy & Casual Bedroom Lavender, cream, and seafoam make up the soothing palette for this showhouse bedroom. Chairs from Hickory Chairs sit in symmetry at the foot of the bed, reflecting the shape of the dominating poster bed. Lamps are from Circa Lighting. Bed linens and duvet are from Beacon Hill, and the quilt is from Oly. See details on the following slide. Tags: Bedroom Design, Neutral Palette, Design Ideas Post a comment

Fresh & Contemporary Bedroom Clean, contemporary lines in khaki and white blend harmoniously in this peaceful master bedroom. An antique mirror pulled from a French church and the dark four-poster bed bring some sophistication into the airy space. Details on the following slide. Tags: Bedroom Design, Neutral Palette, Design Ideas Post a comment

1 Of 117 Pin these ideas! Don’t forget to pin these ideas! Follow Country Living on Pinterest for more home decor inspirations. 2 Of 117 Shiplap on a SlopeThe way that this California bedroom’s white shiplap walls slope inward while maintaining a space above the bed adds dimension and extra coziness. The laser-cut lanterns casts soft shadows on the walls at night, adding to the effect. Dominique VorillonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 117 Pile on the HeirloomsMade by this East Alabama homeowner’s grandmother, the hand-stitched quilt provided design inspiration for the entire guest room, starting with the red-orange paint on the French doors. The Laredo iron bed, another historically accurate touch, tempers the sweetness of the graphic floral motif. Lincoln Barbour 4 Of 117 Floral Print TakeoverThe oak bed, purchased by the owner’s parents in England in the ’70s, is a handsome counterpoint to the room’s frill factor, which is consistent with the tiny home’s entire aesthetic. Max Kim-BeeAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 117 Cozy Guest BedroomA good tiny bedroom strategy: Think like a boutique hotel. Far-flung friends—a.k.a. air mattress aficionados—will appreciate the fluffy towels, reading lights, and wait a minute, is that a pull-down bed? Get even more inspiration for making small spaces work harder. David Hillegas 6 Of 117 Symmetry and Negative SpaceThe owners of this Maine cottage converted a storage unit already on the property into the ultimate he-and-she-shed. Now attached to the main house, the cozy quarters accommodate a queen-size bed and headboard flanked by custom floating bedside tables. Petite lamps and a homemade single-bulb pendant provide ample light without bulk, and a custom lumbar pillow made from Indian textiles helps the room feel a bit wider. Max Kim-BeeAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 117 Cozy Treehouse GetawayThe owners of this Nashville treehouse designed the space around this iron bed, which was originally in a guest room in the main house. Made of bark cloth, the pillow’s material is aptly named for its environment. David Hillegas 8 Of 117 White Shiplap”We just wanted a spot that was restful and calm,” says the owner of this Washington farmhouse. Once they peeled the 1970s pink floral wallpaper off the walls, they uncovered drywall that was bowed, so a friend hit it with a hammer and discovered shiplap, which they painted white. They brought in a platform bed, antique blankets, and an old leather chair from Craigslist. Victoria PearsonAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 117 Views of NatureYes, the guest room of this Maine home is small (just 10 feet wide!), but what it lacks in square footage it more than makes up for in views. It overlooks the scenic backyard filled with birch and spruce trees. The tiny table—just big enough to accommodate a bud vase, cell phone, or coffee cup—was a gift from the owner’s aunt. Max Kim-Bee 10 Of 117 Passion for ColorDesigner Martyn Lawrence Bullard isn’t afraid of color—and you shouldn’t be either! A seafoam green four-poster bed pairs perfectly with a bright blue comforter and patterned wallpaper. Tim Street-Porter

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