Austin Modern FarmhouseFarmhouse Bedroom, Austin
Twin beds with bold graphic flower wall
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Harmony. Soft color tones and subtle Shabby Chic style are more than welcoming in this guest bedroom. Under a peach painted ceiling, the focal wall is adorned with a ‘70s large-print wall covering. Identical white beds in shades of blue-green are harmoniously placed across the room from the slipcovered wingback chair. A sisal rug placed on the diagonal visually connects both sides of the space.
While an easy chair in a bedroom is likely to get less wear and tear than one in a family room, white denim is still a smart choice for a child's room. Here an ottoman and a chair are both sheathed in feminine pleated covers.See the rest of this home
20. This room is another great example of a little girl's room done right. Houzzers loved the cottage look of this fresh and cheerful bedroom. The indoor shutters were a great touch, and the geometric wallpaper behind the beds keeps the room youthful and fun.More: Browse the all-time most popular bedrooms on HouzzThe Top Bedrooms of 2010More bedroom design guides
5. Provide a comfy spot for reading and lounging. If your guests have a nice spot to retreat to in their rooms, they'll be more tempted to hang out there a bit and stay out of your hair when you need a little me time.
Another Austin home that was moved from its original site, this farmhouse-style residence is full of fun touches that mix old and new. Apparently and appropriately, Texas-sized moving jobs are no problem in the state's capital!Take a tour of this warm and comfortable home
5. Mimic wallpaper. Have you seen this guest room on Houzz and wondered where to buy the wallpaper? It's actually very carefully composed wall decals. "The artist who sold me the decals also sent a detailed drawing based upon measurements I sent her of exactly how to arrange the decals to get the pattern right," says interior designer Jeanette Van Wicklen.
Have you seen this guest room on Houzz and wondered where to buy the wallpaper? It's actually very carefully composed wall decals. "The artist who sold me the decals also sent a detailed drawing based upon measurements I sent her of exactly how to arrange the decals to get the pattern right," Van Wicklen says. Confused about the windows with blinds behind them? There is an addition on the other side (Luke's room), but the original old glass and plantation blinds are still a fun cottage detail, so she kept them. The little pillow on the chair came from World Market, the quilts and throw pillows on the beds came from Linen's-n-Things, and the beds came from a local consignment store. The beds were originally a steely blue color; Van Wicklen painted them white.