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Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Beach House Bridgehampton
The white headboard, paint and accessories add crispness and provide a welcome relief to the strong chartreuse accent wall. The prints in the bedding and throw pillows marry the two colors and buttery yellow adds some interest. Tip: When choosing a color scheme, select one dominant color, a secondary
“monochromatic” — zaporro
Shoshana Gosselin
4 Reviews
Shoshana Gosselin
Don’t want to swap out the bedding as a whole? Accessories will also work to warm up your look, like this cozy faux sheepskin throw.
“T” — mncelis
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Spanish Oaks Hacienda
Don't Overdo ItIf you have a truly fabulous headboard, just leave it alone. Any additional accessories will just detract from the look. You know those women on Oscar night who wear a beautifully beaded, glamorous dress and then put on a giant diamond necklace as well? Overaccessorizing a headboard is
“logs that have been upholstered in the center” — may282005
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Bedroom: Mark Hampton LLC
"it provided the yin to our yang and our bedroom is a study in contrasts." The feminine nature of the canopy is "provided its foil" with masculine accessories.The design is also a nod to Hampton's favorite Kips Bay room by her father, legendary designer Mark Hampton: a chocolate-brown library with white
“Vue et la porte paravent” — eleonora7778
Alan Design Studio
3 Reviews
Michigan Lake House
Block your coloursThis is a clever trick: paint your window shutters in a similar shade to your walls and introduce pattern and print with accessories and flooring. The cool mint green hue on these shutteres creates a calm, appealing bedroom ambience.
“Shutters for rooms” — Sarah Peterson
Joel Antunes photography
Kennington Water Tower
Cook up a pattern clashMix and match a striped feature wall with other prints, such as a busy geometric rug or even polka-dot accessories, to give a room a real shot of energy. Here, the palette has been restricted to blue and white to prevent overload.
“Rug” — Jeranda
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
The lamp's attractive shape is allowed to stand out beautifully on the nightstand with no other accessories. The shape of the jacket on the wall has nice strong lines and can be appreciated without a lot of competition for attention. I also like that the jacket is only a shade or two lighter than the
“wall color” — Melissa Weis Dorr
Searl Lamaster Howe Architects
Algoma Retreat
Dominated by white, the view is this room's most important accessory, making it the perfect place for contemplation.
“Neutral. Outdoors is in doors” — chojojo
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