Amagansett Beach RetreatBeach Style Bedroom, New York
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Bedding. Bed linens made from pure linen feel soft and natural. The more they are washed, the more organic and soft they appear and feel — the natural wrinkled look is part of the charm. While linen shrinks little when it's tumble dried, excessive drying is not advised. The fabric works well year-round, keeping us warm in winter and cool in summer.
This neutral room is the kind of place we could curl up and fall right to sleep in. The tones are so soothing. We love how this designer chose to draw the eye away from all those neutrals with a punch of dark wood. The contrast between the curtain rods and the curtains shows them both off.
Drapery hanging to the sides of windows provides the bed a strong sense of place without sacrificing light from outdoors.
4. This beautiful bedroom is a great example of all-white done right. A mix of subtle patterns and textures keeps the eye entertained, but is still soothing and relaxing. Readers also loved the bedding — don't you just want to snuggle up under that fluffy duvet?
1. Creamy white. A white bedroom can be a very relaxing haven. For best results, use a few different tones of white and layer them in the space. In this bedroom, creamy white walls are combined with crisp white curtains and ivory colored bedding. This type of variation will prevent your space from looking too stark.Paint pick: Dover White 6385 by Sherwin-Williams