Nick Olsen, the designer of this project has realized the idea to this stunning navy and crimson bedroom. This room is a part of a stylish apartment which is located in New York City. The arched headboard of Moorish was designed in glossy red leather soft lavender piping to create a contrast look with the backdrop of the matte walls. To decorate the look of the elegant navy walls, an artistic painting with two oval decorative ornaments are mounted over the headboard. Each side of the bed frame is completed with functional and enticing wooden side tables. Drawers are added beneath the top of the table to offer more function to the homeowner.
This master bedroom looks appealing with the touch of orange and pink to its decor. It has a bold retro feel too. Mona Ross Berman is the ingenious designer of this project. With the smooth blend of tangerine, lavender, and pink color palette, the Missoni-esque pattern in zig zag on the floor and also the paisley linen, we can feel the accent of the retro style. All the surface of the walls and also the ceiling are painted in a pristine white color that depict a clean and bright look to the decor. A stool with crossed legs is also painted in neutral white color with a leathered seat at its top. At the leftmost of the space, there is a powder room with an extended wall mirror. A vase of flowers is placed at the corner on the top of the cabinet.
Allison Paladino, the designer of this appealing bedroom fills a full of energy, happy and colorful ambiance to the decor. This is a daughter bedroom which is nestled in an enthralling beach house. A paint finish of crosshatched softens the raspberry tone of the walls. At end wall nearby the windows, the homeowner adds a cozy indoor lounge for everyone. Cottony armchairs in red with a round table in white are added to set this area. A lengthwise ottoman chair against the foot of the bed frame saddles up the look in lush green. The designer suggested no to use too many hues and colors especially when you work with bold shades. She cautioned to limit the palette to tans, greens, and reds.
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