Simple printed plates are an easy addition to a room craving a homey feel without being overwhelmed by clutter.
Piles of pillows and gauzy linens dress up this daybed's heavy burlap upholstery with summertime ease. An adjacent chair sits in as a nightstand.
A colorful paper garland and artwork hung near the rafters draw the eye upward. We especially like the friendliness of the painted pine ceiling boards above the bed.
A screened porch is easily transformed into an airy camp-style room with old painted trundle and spindle beds. Mismatched cotton bedding adds personality.
Instead of using doilies, crisp white sheets reminiscent of lace with accented edges impress upon the room a feeling of an older country home.
Fresh flowers and embroidered eyelets on the bed linens breath life into a quiet country bedroom.
Stark contrast created with white furnishings and dark brown wood inspires calm in a bedroom with a brass bed centerpiece surrounded by old world style lamps.
It’s a spring day everyday with sheer curtains and soft inviting fabrics in this bedroom that feels right out of a bed and breakfast.
Turn your attic into the ultimate master suite. Here, subdued shades of white, dark trim and wood paneling say shabby chic and sweet dreams. Bold light fixtures make an equally big statement when matched to the thematic color of a room.
A tripod converted into a lamp base and concrete flooring put a modern spring into this country bedroom’s step.
A colorful tapestry is sure to delight any little girl inhabiting this room along with the white picket fence bed.
January 21, 2012 7:33 AM
January 21, 2012 7:12 AM
Plates as decos in the bedroom. . . .hmmmmm. Have to really convince me on that one!
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