Modern retro is the main theme of this stunning guest room, a part of a Nantucket cottage. John Willey, the designer of this superb project, chose a 1960s colors mix between orange and aqua then updated it. The wall is painted in Lido Green of Benjamin Moore. The chic throw is Straw Woven with an attractive pattern in white and upholstery in orange. The bolster of Maharaja Golden is by John Robshaw with yellowish cover. To adorn the look of the empty wall, some artworks are mounted above the headboard. They are arranged in a free arrangement. Wall mounted lighting fixtures are installed on each side of the headboard.
This bedroom is adorned by the Kreiss headboard of the 1970s that looks so idyllic with the floral pattern of its upholstery. Moreover, the curvaceous feature and carving accent of the wood that frames the headboard add an elegant style to the item. This master bedroom is nestled in Flowering Quince Clarence House. The footstools and pillows are embraced with embroidered floral pattern in vintage accent. The room has a little girly style, but the decorative artworks above the headboard bring the style to other direction. Steven Sclaroff, the designer of this stunning room chose a wall brick in gray hue for the background of the bed.
This master bedroom is nested in a Connecticut house, Old Greenwich. The house is designed by Lee Ann Thornton, who wants to add punch to space by adding orange accent. The bench next to the foot of the bed is coated in orange linen. It has tufted accent of the bench top and six wooden legs that support the seat. The throw pillows are adorned by print of John Robshaw that highlights the sparks of orange. The bed is embraced in Stella Sand cover from Lulu DK. The lantern which is hung over the bench comes in a classic accent with the unique design. The wooden nightstands come in a modest way from Mecox Gardens.
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