Using lush fabrics can add to the sensuality and glamour of a room, such as in designer Amanda Nisbet’s New York City apartment. Here, an ivory mohair headboard from Elitis, layers of curtains, Berber carpet, and a fuchsia velvet chair play up the theme. “The pink and ivory on the froufrou bed and the fabric on the slipper chairs seem fresh and soothing to me,” she says.
Breezy and Relaxed
The willowy canopy and flowy curtains give the master bedroom of a beach house an airy and tranquil but secluded and intimate feel. “Most people love a canopy bed, and sleeping under all that white voile is dreamy,” designer Jim Howard says. It gives your room a classy welcoming look that keeps you in a vacation frame of mind all day!Pops of Pattern
Patterns are the next best thing this season. Add patterned wallpapers, couches or even footrests to your room and add a pop of colour. “I typically try to use one pattern in each room that has all the colors in the room,” designer Jay Jeffers says. “It’s a great trick because in a bedroom it could be as big as a comforter or as small as a pillow.” It chunks up ypour bedroom gives it an organized look and appeases the eye. Vintage Touch
Black and gray don’t have to read “heavy.” In the master bedroom of a Napa Valley ranch house, the darker bed linens by Ralph Lauren and the vintage Louis Vuitton suitcases – propped on wooden blocks to serve as a night table – add masculine sensuality. Designer Ken Fulk added bluestone on the floors because it’s both low-maintenance and cooling. Walls are painted Ralph Lauren Picket Fence White.Romantic NeutralsNeutral colors paired with romantic and elegant elements like the glass chandelier, tufted headboard upholstered in Velvet, and raspberry pillow make this bedroom in a Seattle Tudor-style home look extremely feminine and cool. These neutrals give you a relaxing image for you to come home to get a yourself some peace. These lovely designs are definitely in this season. .