This barn bathroom has really got every detail right, down to the barn-wood vanity and the lantern lights. Plus, that bucket has got to be the least expensive sink ever.
This nautical room is cute but not over-the-top kitsch. I love the striped comforters and the little porthole.
This room happens to actually be in the tropics, but you can achieve a similar feel (sans views of brilliant blue water) with a billowy mosquito net, a tile floor and a ceiling fan.
I love this space-theme room because it stays on topic but doesn't feel busy. The mural is great, but that silver valance is pure genius.
There's a taste of several different themes in this room, yet all of the decor can be easily changed out. Just take out all the airplanes and you've still got yourself a beautiful space.
A single piece of dramatic furniture can easily dictate the look of a room. How could you do anything other than commit to an Indian lounge once you've installed this daybed? Even the architecture participates in the theme.
I adore this beachy dining room. It's captured that coastal vibe without going over the top. The blue accents, sand-colored table, rattan chairs and driftwood sculpture create a soothing oceanside tableau. And there's nary a flip-flop or sand dollar in sight.
This beach-inspired room is a lot more overt. The wallpaper mural actually tries to trick you into thinking you're beachside. It's a playful take on a colorful teen room.
This elegant bedroom has a Princess and the Pea look. I promise you, this was for a first child.
I love this girly, magical kingdom–like room. It's like sleeping in a Disney movie without getting too princessed out.
Ah, Grandma's old homestead, compete with handmade quilts and a brass bed. And yet it's not country cute, is it? It's both elegant and comfortable.