An arch built into the original brick wall serves as a "canopy" of sorts for this iron bed. Pieces such as a small chandelier, dressing table, and chaise act as feminine counterpoints to the rustic brick wall.
To make this cozy cottage bedroom appear bigger than it actually is, a 19th-century French glass is used as a grand headboard. The combination of patterns — toiles, stripes, and florals — works because they are all shades of red, from pink to rose to deep burgundy.
This snug bedroom is tucked under the sloping roof of the top floor. Waverly draperies frame the window over the bed, creating a cocoon like effect. Dove gray walls make it feel warm and inviting.
Colorful Vintage Bedding
Catch eyes with a dash of color like vintage blue and red bedding in an otherwise white master bedroom.
Shabby Chic Charm
With a luxurious mix of lustrous vintage fabrics and antiques, this room has been transformed into a Victorian fairy tale.
Blue & Wood Bedroom
The daybed is dressed in mattress ticking and a toile with the palest blue matelasse, all set against gray-blue walls, causing the white woodwork to pop.
Deep blue-green walls are offset by chocolate brown bedding and a rich wood dresser and ladder.
Sunny yellow paint and an exuberant green-and-white print enlivens this small space. Bookshelves were custom-built by a contractor to take advantage of the seemingly unusable three-foot-high gap on each side of the room created by the low-pitched roof.