Bedrooms 269 Ideabooks

Single Design Moves That Can Transform a Child’s Room
Did you know that there are hundreds of thousands of kids’ bedrooms on Houzz? From them I have picked these 20 rooms to illustrate the premise of this series:...
Objects of Desire: Dressing Tables Groomed for Style
I’ve always been nostalgic for the golden age of Hollywood, when women dressed to the nines and could seduce with a single hair flip. So when I first struck out on my own, I sent myself on a mission to find a vintage dressing table. I quickly found...
Room of the Day: From Dark Basement to Bright Master Suite
There’s not much sexiness to a concrete retaining wall. But with a few clever design moves, you can certainly dress one up enough to turn a few heads. That’s what the homeowners of this two-level San Francisco hillside house did when faced with an...
Paint Your Bed for a Colorful Night’s Sleep
More often than not, bed frames are a neutral color — they have white, black or wood finishes that coordinate with nearly everything but can lack charisma. Instead, consider using a bright color to add personality and vitality to what is presumably...
Better Your Bed (and Body) With Bolsters and Neck Rolls
The rule of thumb is that the quantity of accent pillows on a bed shouldn’t exceed the midpoint of the bed’s length. Whereas many hail from “the more, the merrier” school of thought, many others see half a bed of pillows as excessive. But...
Get in the Swing of Things With a Hanging Bed
Who hasn’t enjoyed a breezy summer nap on a porch swing or in a backyard hammock? If only you could re-create that feeling in your own bedroom. Well, it’s time to wake up to the suspended bed.
Loft Beds Give Rooms a Lift
Getting your bed up in the air can be space saving and utilitarian, but it can also be fun. There is something cool and a little playful about loft spaces. They feel private and tucked away, even when they are airy and light. And they often have the added...
11 Creative and Thrifty Ideas for Bedside Tables
Bedside tables are the landing pad for so many of our things — cell phones, books, tissues and reading glasses, to name a few. And yet the tables themselves are rarely as varied as the stuff that goes on them. Why are we so engineered to accept a generic...
Decorating With Antiques: Luxurious Linens
It was a startlingly beautiful, albeit rather hot Sunday morning in Arles, in the South of France. My wife, Becky, and I were wandering through the local farmer’s market when we happened upon the antique linens vendor. Uh-oh. You should know that...
9 Ways to Dress a Four-Poster Bed
Affectionately known as the king of beds and the bed of kings, the four-poster is often associated with romance and fairy tales. Its kingly reference is quite accurate, as the four-poster bed was originally created for nobility around the 13th century....
Room of the Day: Going Moody in the Master Bedroom
When interior designer Lindsay Pennington moved into husband Tim Mosher’s cottage bachelor pad, in the Laurel Canyon area of Los Angeles, “the whole house was a man cave,” she says. Together the couple renovated all of the public spaces, the kitchens,...
Room of the Day: Serene Glamour Suits a Master Bedroom
This master bedroom had a ’90s dusty rose, fusty floral theme. Knowing her clients were big travelers who appreciated a relaxing hotel suite feel, interior designer Susan Glick came up with a modernized luxe design. While the room serves as a serene...
Novel Ways With Bedroom Books
A natural part of leisure time at home, books and bedrooms have been companions for years. Wordsworth penned poetry in bed. Proust, late in life, wrote in his brass bed. Truman Capote once claimed, “I am a completely horizontal writer.” And Twain,...
Room of the Day: Chic Neutrals Give a Nursery an Edge
When an interior designer is hired to decorate a baby’s nursery, she usually doesn’t get a say in the child’s name. But the moment Lindsay Espinoza heard that her clients,...
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