B E D R O O M
Add A Fun Headboard
"A wide upholstered headboard brings more fabric into a bedroom, while enabling the integration of eclectics," says Sophie of Studio Ashby.
Make It Texture-Rich
In this peaceful blue master bedroom, the gorgeous stone walls bring in an earthy feel. Want to make sure you actually get sweet dreams? You need a super calming paint color, like this sky blue.
Loosen Things Up
When sticking to one neutral color family, introduce plenty of varying textures for a more robust look and feel. Loose linens make for an effortlessly chic bed situation while the antique floor mirror and structural pendant light dress things up.
Add Wallpaper That Serves A Purpose
The light patterned wallpaper from Quadrille, aside from brightening the room, also seems to lift the ceiling.
Lilac runs throughout this bedroom, from the headboard to the wallpaper. The rug helps add a neutral counterpoint to the bold color.
A bold choice in wallpaper with matching curtains will always make a statement. Then bring the room to life with colorful throw pillows and blankets. This snake print trunk adds a touch of modern style.
L I V I N G R O O M
Our Whole Home Project had some pretty covetable interiors this living room included. It's totally lived-in and relaxed, but with a touch of glam.
This hot pink fireplace was inspired by the homeowners' grandmother's favorite shade of lipstick. Have fun with little details like that!
Pick A Color & Run With It
Blue, in this case. Hint: it makes it easier to decorate, since you know exactly what shade you're searching for.
Take It Tropical
This jewel-toned color makes a room feel like a Caribbean oasis. Add potted plants and we're completely swooning. See more at
Old Brand New.
Let Colorful Furniture
PopThe rich-blue velvet couch pops nicely against the pale, misty gray paneled walls in this Chicago apartment.
F O Y E R
Wake Up Your Entryway
If you've got a small foyer, take a risk with bold wallpaper. It's eyecatching, but in a small space, it isn't overwhelming. Then, choose small furniture so you can open the door and walk without bumping into things.
Go HAM With Blue & White
Blue and white is the perfect color combo for a beach house. If your foyer is large, add intimacy with pattern, wallpaper, and a warm rug.
Set The Tone
With the patterned wallpaper and bright lamps, this entryway immediately welcomes guests to a tropical escape.
City apartment got you feeling like you're stuck in a concrete jungle? Botanical wallpaper helps bring the outdoors to you
Get Chilly With
It Blues and grays
Create a soothing palette. It might seem more of a coastal color, but it works perfectly in a farmhouse, too
Let Your Stairway Make A Statement
We can't all have these incredible exposed wood beams, but we can fake a Spanish style with decor. Add period sculptures, an ornate console, and a upholstered bench. (But seriously, can you even notice those with that tiled stairwell in the background?! OBSESSED.)
C U R T A I N S
Abstract Printed Curtains
If you have patterned wallpaper, make your curtains stand out with an even more abstract print. Choose colors in a different shade from your wall for extra pop
Pink Linen Shades
Linen curtains might be unpredictable with a marble-and-granite checkerboard floor and grass-cloth walls, but they help add a coastal, relaxed feel. The pink hue pops against the natural-colored walls
This kitchen's bold, tiled floor is accented with an equally bold shade. Though gray is continuous throughout the room, the yellow notes in the shades keep things bright and cheery
Almost MatchingIn actress Minnie Driver's Hollywood home, the living room has a generous dose of vintage fabrics and patterns. The curtains and the shades come in complementary colors, and almost-matching patterns, which add a dynamic twist without overwhelming the already pattern-filled room. While the shades are heavy and designed to block sunlight, the curtains remain sheer and airy.
Blue And-Cream Patterned
In a Long Island home, the family room’s custom furnishings include a sofa upholstered in a Lee Jofa fabric, a tufted sofa in a Chapas Textiles weave, a leather ottoman and a pair of armchairs covered in a Kravet linen blend; the 1950s cerused-oak side table and 19th-century copper lantern are French, the curtains are of a Home Couture fabric and the wallpaper is by Phillip Jeffries.
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