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This Nautical Nursery is fun yet sophisticated. The natural horizontal wood on the wall behind the crib adds an element of surprise plus a fun feature wall.
This master bedroom is light and airy. The contrast of the dark wood on the furniture keep the space interesting.
The lighting, metal bed frame, and wallpaper add a touch of sparkle to this master retreat.
The dark walls in this master help to minimize how large the space actually is. They are also a nice contrast to the white furniture in the room. The lamp base and mirror add some much needed sparkle and the yellow accents liven up an otherwise dark space.
This master is almost completely monochromatic. The texture of the wallpaper adds nice interest to the space.
The woodwork in this master bedroom is crucial to the design scheme. Without it, the room would be quite a bore.
A fun color combination of the dark wood with light blue and white make this bedroom feel inviting, cool, and relaxed. The chandelier gives the space the touch of sophistication that it craves.
This large master is divided into two spaces. One space for the bed and side tables and the other space for the sitting area. This arrangement of furniture helps to balance the space well.
This beautiful master mixes textures well, bringing in touches of modern to the traditional bed. The light blue, white, cream, and chocolate color scheme is peacful and inviting.
An analagous color scheme of yellow, green, and blue make this space feel harmonious.
This master bedroom is tranquil with just a touch of light blue in a very neutral space.
The pop of red in this space bring a fun element to the design scheme.
This almost achromatic space makes me think mad men meets glam! The crisp shiny white molding adds a much needed contrast to the black in this room.
The seating area in this master allows for many functions in one space. The lighting fixture adds a punch of spunk to go with the fun lines of the couch.
The bright pink, black, silver, gray and white color scheme in this room would be fun for a teenage girl.
Twin beds usually appear chld-like, but in this modern room, the beds appear sophiticated with their crisp white linens and dark built in beds.
This masculine bed is equaled up with the fun pop of mustard yellow and the texture on the bedding.
The pillows on the bed and the fun area rug add a bit of surprise to this otherwise traditional room.
This little girls room is fit for a princess with the dramatic drapery behind the bed and the chandelier dropping in the center of the room. How royally fantastic!
The horizontal green stripe on the wall makes this bedroom appear larger than it actually is.
The monogrammed pillow adds personalization to this elegant master.
Dark gray, white, mustard, silver, and a splash of black work well in this bedroom.
This client must love Anthroplogie! The design elements are rustic and unique.
Great use of graphic wallpaper in this guest bedroom. The focal wall draws your eye over to the two twin beds and the light blue and different tones of yellow green work well together. A relaxed well designed space.
The painted celing warms up this master bedroom.
Interesting way to create the feeling of a headboard in the bedroom.
I love this fun playful color scheme of pink, a peachy orange, and white.
Great color scheme in this master for a rustic mountain home.
This room is well designed, but is lacking proper lighting. It would be a quick and easy way to properly brighten up this space.
The large area rug in this master tie in all the colors of the room well.
This is a good use of color.
The light blue in the area rug lighten up this space and allow your eye to easily adjust from the white built ins to the dark furniture.
This shappy light pink and white room is a fun and playful way to decorate for a little girl. Those pillows are too posh!
Playful patterns in throw pillows are an easy way to change up the feel of a room. They are also nice because they can be easily switched out.
Gray blue and khaki are always a nice color pallette for a neutral room.
Symmetry in a room is so pleasing to the eye!
This room has a great start with a nice pallette of color, but it is lacking that finishing touch of interesting elements. I would add two large white pillows stadning up against the headboard with two medium sized choral then one light blue in the front. I would move the piece of art above the bed to above the nightstand and add another piece above that one. I would then place a silver sparkly round mirror above the bed and perhaps hang a chandelier. The curtains would be taken up to the ceiling as well as the grass shades to bring your eye up. A rectangular stool would look nice at the foot of the bed.
Here is the other side of that analagous room. I like the painted dresser with the light blue and white trim.
Simple color scheme.
The matching wallpaper and throw pillows liven up this space and give the room a polished feel.
I like this little bedroom. A nice piece of art above the bed and a few accessories on the blue dresser would make the space feel more inviting.
Painting one wall white in this room helps to break up the long and narrowness of this space.
This master bedroom has a well layed out floor plan allowing for many funtctions in one space.
I would pant the ceiliing the same color as the wall on the right and paint the wall with the window on it a dark color, as well as the inlet wall across from the bed. This would help eliminate the long and narrow feeling of the spcae.
The pendant light and the fabric on it adds charm to this room.
I wish this picture was in focus. The bedroom looks delightful!
A great idea is to frame the landscaping with a large window.