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    "The daughter's room is very feminine," says Weiss, who used Pindler's Mayer stripe for the canopy and bed skirt, and Raoul Textiles' Amijao for the headboard and curtains.

    A Gwendoline spindle bed by Bradshaw Kirchofer, handmade from solid pine, is the focal point of the master bedroom.

    "Aqua is elegant and flattering. You feel pretty in this bedroom, and pretty never goes out of style."

    "Blue is so soothing to me," says the designer, who used Vanuatu Twilight wallpaper from Anthropologie in the daughter's room.

    In this master bedroom, walls and headboard upholstered in Jasper's Indian Flower fabric.

    This seaside room is just the latest in a series of cruise lines adding new luxury spaces to their boats.

    It would be pretty impossible to have a bad night's sleep when you're in this master bedroom.

    This blue bedroom exists inside of an old school, complete with vintage accents.

    Betsey Johnson's bedroom is surprisingly simple.

    This cozy, rustic bedroom has an adorable quilt to match.

    This is exactly what you're doing wrong in your bedroom.

    These beds are tucked underneath this stunning ceiling.

    Simply white, this bedroom looks polished with wooden furnishings.

    A pink bedroom means you'd use your bedroom for entertaining if it were socially acceptable.

    A green bedroom means you never forget to write a thank-you note, you've got a stunning collection of scarves, and you know exactly what wine to order with dinner.

    A brown bedroom means you'd never trade your collection of books for a digital version.

    A blue bedroom means you don't take yourself too seriously.

    A grey bedroom means you are open to new ideas, but want to see them in action first.

    A beige bedroom means you're quick to remind others that you're not high-maintenance ... you just know what you like.

    A navy blue bedroom means you have an opinion about everything, and you're not too shy to let others know it.

    Your white bedroom means you consider it an escape.

    Your yellow bedroom means you consider 10 AM to be the "middle of the day," and haven't needed an alarm clock since kindergarten.

    In the master bedroom of a Los Angeles house, taupe and lavender harmonize with an ivory bed-curtain treatment of crisply pleated Shabby Lin Délavé linen by Pierre Frey.