Hollywood ResidenceTransitional Bedroom, Los Angeles
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Most people would have mounted this chandelier in the center of the bed canopy. But that would have put it too close to the pendants that hang over the night tables — and besides, doesn't it look fresher at the very end of the bed?
Since the couple has two young children and two crazy work schedules, they needed some spots in their home to be a haven from the chaos. The soft grays, blues and purples in the master bedroom instantly soothe the eye and tone down the Hollywood-glam lighting. Pendants: Fantasy Lighting; chandelier: Retro Gallery; rug: Lawrence of La Brea; nightstands, wall covering: custom
9. Houzz readers saved this photo for just about every inspiring detail in the room. The bedside pendants and modern chandelier immediately catch the eye, but readers also love the curtain behind the bed, the metallic wallcovering, and the beautiful and glamorous four-poster bed.
Here is an example of the type of room where the above pattern mix look could work very well. It's a gorgeous space that could read both masculine and feminine.Let's imagine using our fabrics in a space like this:Crocodile: Would work well on the bench at the end of the bed.Snake-Chain: Could be really fun to use as the drapes behind the bed. Diamond: Could work well on the Roman shades Polka Dot & Houndstooth: Would look great used as throw pillows.Next, see more great uses of patterns in interior design:
How fabulous are these dangling glowing globes? I love the way they play off the fixture in the center of the room, as well as all the various metal finishes used throughout. By the way, do you know whose house this is? I'll give you a hint: He's the funniest man on E! — unless you think Chris Franjola is the funniest man on E! (Personally, I think Chris is the second-funniest).
A clustered Bubble Chandelier is a great addition to this metallic bedroom. The grays and silvers are warmed up by the fixture's soft glow. The clustered shape stays high up on the ceiling, allowing the bedside pendants to remain the primary focus.
Ramp up sophistication with splashy light fixtures. The ceiling fixture and two pendants on either side of the bed work well together, add interest, and make this already glamorous setup even more scintillating. The drapery wall behind the bed softens a look that could have been too cold, with all of the metal finishes.
Plush bronze curtains behind the headboard cozy up the icy chrome and grays in this multi-layered bedroom. A wall of off-the-shelf curtains is an affordable way to add instant luxury. With its gray base, silver is an easy hue to build on: All tones of bronze or gold will look beautiful when paired with it, so have no fear!
I've seen plenty of mirrored furniture, but this is the first four-poster bed I recall. I love how it shines from the glow of the nearby lights. More Ways with Mirrors: Mirrors in the Home...What Do They Reflect? Venetian Glass Mirrors 16 Perfect Mirrors