From the rustic cabins to dainty boudiors, we dream of these beautifully designed bedrooms.
Explore This Quaint Connecticut Cottage
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Embroidered shams, a needlepoint throw pillow, and a tapestry coverlet echo the woodland scenery outside this master bedroom's window.
Inside an Adirondack-Style Home
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Strategic furniture placement can create room for non-essential items in a bedroom, like a coffee table or small couch, without looking cluttered.
Maybe you don't want to go as far as ditching your bed frame but you can still opt for a peaceful, minimalistic look with clean lines and a neutral color palette, punctuated by pops of color.
Mixing throw pillows featuring different patterns within the same color palette creates a cohesive but playful look.
This Barnard College student's room pairs a vintage map and framed ocean painting with silhouettes of her parents, offering up a subtle nod to old-meets-new style.
Vintage <i>Country Living</i>: A Waterfront Window Seat
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Don't underestimate the value of soft-spoken accents. Here, pale pink pillow shams and glass knobs play an important supporting role to the bedroom's blue-and-white foundation.
One Classic Palette, Four Fresh Twists
It might seem counterintuitive to cover a small room's walls with a dark pattern, but a moody paper actually accentuates this snug space's comfy vibe.
A 1950s Fishing Shack Transforms Into a Charming Home
To balance the wallpaper's bold pattern, the fabrics in the master bedroom remain pale but textured.