One of the many guest rooms at the 18th-century William Kent–designed Houghton Hall, home to the seventh Marquess of Cholmondeley. Like all good British country homes, this room features period furnishings and a chintz-upholstered chaise lounge.
A blue-and-white color scheme is the staple of any nautical interior, but this French bedroom nails a high-contrast look with dark navy pillows on the white bed. 11 Key Elements of Modern Nautical Style | Design*Sponge
Very beautiful image from World of Interiors, featuring a Moroccan tent hanging in yellow. While yellow if often used in Morocco, it's unusual to see in this sort of textile. So startling and gorgeous! I have a whole chapter devoted to Moroccan color use in my new book, Marrakesh by Design: http://www.amazon.com/Marrakesh-Design-Maryam-Montague/dp/1579654010/ref=sr_1_3?s=books=UTF8=1322772271=1-3
If your home has multiple small adjacent rooms, help it feel larger by visually connecting the rooms through a unified color palette, material story, or overall style. This will help the space seamlessly flow together, like the rooms are extensions of each other rather than several small, disjointed areas. 8 Mistakes to Avoid When Decorating a Small Space via @MyDomaine