The designer chose two brass bedside lamps, but opted for different tables to throw off the symmetry; two stacked navy-blue trunks sit on one side, and a single trunk fabricated from stainless steel, wood, and leather on the other.
A soft palette of peach and gray enhances a guest bedroom, where Badger, Helen Higgins’s faithful Jack Russell Terrier, stops for a rest. The pastel palette, reproduction cane bed, and brick-lined fireplace augment the space’s romantic ambience.
A white wash lends subtle color to the master bedroom’s paneled walls.
Continuing the idea that it’s all about the view, the owners chose warm, neutral colors and simple, clean furnishings for the master bedroom.
The designer paired a Kelly-green carpet with a magenta loveseat in the master bedroom; fabric panels flanking the headboard suggest a canopy, but without the bulk. In the master bath, Burke installed a sink in a Rococo dressing table and covered the wall behind it with broad stripes
A guest room offers a dramatic juxtapositioning of antique Edwardian beds, a Georgian bachelor’s chest, and a massive iron chandelier.
Shagreen-clad nightstands, Frette bedding, a Murano glass chandelier, and a silver-gilt canopy bed give the master bedroom its sense of luxury.
A cozy guest room is outfitted with furniture from a local shop. “We did a lot of shopping,” says Quinn with a chuckle.
Nancy’s father, a B-17 pilot in World War II, left her the two Toulouse-Lautrec prints that now hang in the master bedroom. She chose a color scheme to complement them.
In the master bedroom, burlap-clad X benches from Safavieh flank the cane bed.
The large room also holds a sitting area with a settee dressed in Lulu DK fabric and a pair of fanciful swan side tables from Serena & Lily.
Morning light streams into the master bedroom across an Andrew Day Chaise from the Kristin Drohan Collection.
Cowtan & Tout’s Hayworth Trellis wallpaper accents the wall behind the bed.
Future Grandmasters can compete at the Oomph game table. At a nearby seating area, the coffee table is topped with easy-care white-birch Edelman leather.
The gray tones of the master bedroom are complimented by saturated shades of pink inspired by a rag doll the homeowner received from her daughter.
The master bedroom’s vintage Karl Springer bed and Knoll loveseat sit on a soft rug of silk and wool.
The inviting reading corner is outfitted with an armchair, ottoman, and lamp from Holly Hunt. The Stark carpet was selected for its antique look.
Leo’s Luxe Linens, a Phillip Jeffries wallcovering with a hint of metallic, warms up the master bedroom, while pillows covered in a bright Quadrille fabric inject a splash of color.
A custom quilt from Denyse Schmidt Quilts and a stash of pillows in the daughter’s bedroom go a long way in making bedtime happy.
The master bedroom’s vintage Karl Springer bed and Knoll loveseat sit on a soft rug of silk and wool.
Vintage suitcases mounted on the wall act as an occasional table in the guest bedroom.
Khaki-painted floors, grasscloth wallpaper, and a vintage Swiss Army blanket further the room’s camp-like appeal.
Natural light floods the east-facing master bedroom, where the warm blue and beige palette keeps things restful.
A guest bedroom is a perfect illustration of De Bastiani’s goal of “creating a scheme incorporating traditional silhouettes without feeling like your grandmother’s house—a youthful traditional, if you will.”
The couple’s son can sleep in his regular bed or climb a ladder to a loft bed.
A palette of hot pink and black gives another daughter’s bedroom a rock-star vibe.
One daughter requested a Versailles-inspired bedroom, complete with a mirrored dresser.
Glossy stencils on the walls of the master bedroom shimmer in the sunlight; a new bed by Euro Woodworking sits on a Steven King carpet the homeowners brought from their previous home.
Guests slumber in an antique bed from North Carolina.
The blue-and-white guest bedroom features a shiplap paneled ceiling and built-in bookcases; a circa-1905 slag-glass acorn pendant light adds a special vintage touch.
The bed wears a crisp taffeta skirt, and the headboard is accented with strips of silk ikat.
In the master bedroom, Rylee’s penchant for silver translates into a host of small antique boxes (more treasures via her grandmother) gracing the Lucite top of her faux-tusk-legged dressing table. The painting is by artist Richard Segalman.
“Mix it up and let color rule” is the mantra in all of the bedrooms, including a children’s bedroom that sports blue-striped walls and mismatched bed linens.
A William Morris paper creates a traditional backdrop in the nursery, while one of the homeowners’ many Moroccan rugs adds a bold, bright accent.
The master suite reflects the homeowners’ love of color, texture, and Moorish design. The headboard is custom-designed by Robin Henry and upholstered in a wool felt from Holland & Sherry. The chest at the foot of the bed is a family heirloom.
The open-corner window configuration used in the sitting area is repeated upstairs in the master bedroom. “It feels like a tree house,” says the homeowner. The angled ceiling hints at the eccentricity of a vintage farmhouse.
On the lowest level, a pull-down bed lets the family room double as a comfortable private suite for the homeowner’s son.
Neutral-toned swivel chairs by Kravet share an ottoman, creating a cozy reading niche in the master bedroom.
The boldly patterned Phillip Jeffries wallpaper delights the homeowner, who admits she would never have chosen such an assertive design in her previous abode.
In the master bedroom, which sits in the original part of the house, a rounded wall of windows offers an almost 180-degree view. On this second floor of the house, the owners kept the original natural fir ceilings.
The beachy theme takes a softer turn in the master bedroom, with a calming palette of pale blues and cream.
The master bedroom strays just slightly from the rest of the house, with the introduction of a pretty accent color for a feminine touch.
The Duxiana bed tucks into a headboard, with built-in nightstands and bookshelves, that separates the room’s sleeping and sitting areas.
The master bedroom holds a spacious sitting area, where a George Nakashima stool keeps company with a Holly Hunt sofa and Christian Liaigre table.
In the bunk room, a Pottery Barn Kids light fixture hangs above one
of six mismatched antique beds dressed with vintage quilts and Pendleton blankets.
In the children’s bedroom, a pinwheel made of vintage banners hangs above a tole lamp.
In the master bedroom, Lola, one of Perkins’s five dogs, rests on a bed with a headboard that Perkins designed and upholstered in Ralph Lauren Home fabric. A lamp by Currey & Company is paired with an antique drop leaf table used as a nightstand.
The children’s bedrooms (above center and right) illustrate the casual comfort vibe that the homeowners and designer were going for.
The children’s bedrooms (above center and right) illustrate the casual comfort vibe that the homeowners and designer were going for.
The master suite blends an urban sensibility with a warm country feel. Keeping it neutral was an important part of the design strategy.
Neutral, beachy tones and glamorous accents make for a soothing master bedroom sanctuary.
Featuring built-in trundle beds, the boys’ bunkroom is an ode to the interior of a ship.
The daughter’s bedroom beguiles with stripes and florals and a romantic palette of blue and lilac.
The master bedroom is a passionate blend of the coupleâs wedding colors of aubergine and hydrangea.
The Ralph Pucci bench adds a pop of color.
The second-floor master bedroom is outfitted in quiet colors; French doors open to a private deck.
Cutone devised the eldest son’s built-in bed to include a storage chest at the foot that diminishes clutter and doubles as a bench.
Panels beneath the younger boys’ beds pull out to reveal handy trundle beds for sleepovers.
A nook in the master suite provides a cozy spot for relaxing.
The master bedroom boasts a variety of soft colors and sumptuous textures, from the velvet headboard to the quilted bedding.
The bowed ceiling and beaded paneling of the cabana’s bedroom was inspired by boat interiors.
Antique prints enliven a sonâs room. The pine chest holds keepsakes.
The designers incorporated beautiful creams and whites into the master suite to give
it the subtle, sophisticated feel of a high-end hotel room.
A Venetian carved Bernini bed with parrots perched on the posts dominates the master bedroom.
Hanging his and her lights free up space on the nightstands in the master bedroom, where hand-painted metallic wallpaper covers the wall behind the bed. A faux-shagreen-framed mirror adds interest to the fireplace.
A brushed-steel bed from Room & Board adds a contemporary, more masculine touch to the hotel-chic master bedroom. The roomy double bedside dressers are from FDO Group.
Sculptural floating wall panels separate the master bedroom and bathroom, adding artistic interest to the room and functioning as a backdrop to the four-poster bed. Suspended wall-to-wall cabinets provide ample storage.
One of the two guest bedrooms features a hammered-metal headboard from Mexico and a South African metal beadwork chandelier.
A second guest bedroom pairs a vintage chair with a contemporary lacquered-wood four-poster bed.
The textured silk wallcovering, a white plaster chandelier, floor-to-ceiling curtains, and a color palette of creamy blues and whites give the master bedroom a serene, elegant feel.
For the son’s bedroom, Cappoli went for masculine textures such as leather, natural steel, and wool fabrics and carpet all inspired by a man’s suit.
A guest room with a lively palette is a favorite with the owners’ nieces. "I chose a strong blue for the headboards to help anchor the space," says Carter. The appealing bedding is from Bloomingdale’s, while the custom bedskirts are from Martin Lawrence Bullard. The Hickory Chair chest nestled between the beds houses clothes or extra blankets.
A club chair from Gregorius Pineo makes a choice spot for reading. The fetching painting is from Webster & Company.
Upholstered walls enhance the master bedroom’s coziness and mute the sounds of the city. "I wanted the room to feel like an elegant cocoon," says the designer.
The peaceful master bedroom, with its headboard upholstered in a sweet gingham plaid from Scalamandré, sits in the addition.
Designer Stephanie Sabbe created the graphic headboard.
The Origami Wood wallcovering is a dynamic backdrop for the Parallel Bed with integral nightstands from Design Within Reach. The Helix pendant light fixtures are by Bec Brittain.
In the guest room, wall lamps from Urban Electric flank an upholstered headboard from Ligne Roset.
A lemon-yellow four-arm candelabrum from Dunes & Duchess in the guest room is an unexpected touch.
Ligne Roset’s sculptural Rewrite Desk is paired with the Clutch Dining Chair by Blu Dot in the children’s room; twin trundle beds wear a textured aquamarine fabric from Kirby Design.
Master bedroom walls wear a strié treatment in luscious blue.
With subtle gold and silver accents and a cozy sitting area, the master suite is a soothing retreat for the homeowners.
Detail of the master bedroom sitting area.
In the master bedroom, the walls and ceiling wear the barest whisper of lavender.
A smoky-colored Phillip Jeffries wallcovering and a soft Merida rug enhance the master bedroom’s cocoon-like ambience.
Camel, navy, and cream are colors a young boy can happily grow along with.
Velvet roman shades and an upholstered headboard add a plush note to the master bedroom.
A sonâs bedroom is kid-friendly but not babyish.
A guest bedroom also provides ocean views, as well as breezes.
The master bedroom is all architecture and serenity.
A custom bench is reflected in a mirrored dresser in the bedroom.
In a departure from the homeâs cooler tones, Ouellette designed this bedroom around a floral pattern she loves.
Delft tiles enhance the fireplace in the master bedroom.
Halpern had coral box-framed for the master bedroom.
A plush white rug grounds a daughter's colorful bedroom.
Barcelona chairs and upholstered Midcentury benches add verve to a serene master bedroom.
Shades of cream and white give the master bedroom a feminine feel.
The master bed comes from Michael Carterâs new shop, Carter Dayton Home.
A lemony-green grasscloth wallcovering in the master bedroom mimics birch bark in a playful echo of the tree-lined ski runs of the mountain outside.
A close up of the headboard in the master.
Warm hues and textured fabrics bring a sense of serenity to the master bedroom.
The daughter’s bedroom sings with color.
The while the master bedroom has a neutral palette.
The black-and-white guest bedroom, inspired by a magazine photo, has a plush cowhide rug atop practical sisal.
The straight lines of the upholstered master bed make a masculine counterpoint to the loveseat's feminine floral.
In the master bedroom, built-ins fabricated by Herrick & White Architectural Woodworkers showcase the custom bed and create a home for a collection of pottery. The upholstered chair and table along the window are by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams.
Bentley sconces and luxe upholstery up the glamour.
A lavender ceiling is an unexpected surprise in the master bedroom.
The master bedroom is an oasis of calm for the homeowners. âItâs great when you can make something beautiful but itâs also great when it doesnât overstimulate the senses,â says Morgan Harrison.
In the master bedroom, a framed banner unearthed at a tag sale recalls days spent on the Cape. Shelves burst with books and antique night tables keep essentials at hand. Restoration Hardwareâs Frette linens and Ralph Lauren custom pillows cozy things up.
In the bunkroom, each bed has its own reading light and book cubby. A built-in blackboard fosters games and fun.
Horizontal paneling transformed the wall behind the ownerâs bed.
Peaceful fabrics and provocative silhouettes in the master bedroom make for an adults-only escape.
A series of black-and-white photographs lines the wall above the master bed.
John Day designed a built-in for the master bedroom to hold a live-edge mirror, television and fireplace.
Built-in shelves behind a sonâs bed hold Lego creations and toys. Colors in the kidsâ rooms are a shade bolder than the other areas of the house.
Driftwood lamps and a hide pillow lend an organic touch to the custom headboard and nightstands in the master bedroom.
âEvery room should have a surprise,â says designer Joyce Clear. The master bedroom has several, from its unique headboard to its steel bench covered in Donghia fabric to the seafoam hue of the bedding.
A pale-pink carpet and a window seat wrapped in Ultrasuede make the daughterâs room extra special.
Designers Roch and Chase created an upholstered wall, headboard and benches to further the master bedroomâs luxe atmosphere.
The master bedroom carries out the designerâs serene design scheme with pale-blue walls, white bedding, Lucite bedside tables and symmetrical bookcases.
The master bedroom was designed as the ultimate retreat.
A custom-designed light fixture adds drama to the high-ceilinged master bedroom, while blackout shades guarantee uninterrupted sleep. The taupe tone-on-tone carpet creates a neutral background for the richly colored high-backed bed.
A tiny attic room makes a cozy guest bedroom.
The neutral palette gets extra punch in a guest room, where the artwork inspired the seafoam-green accents in the bedding.
The octagonal cupola lets the light shine into the master bedroom.
Serena & Lily bedding, a charming lamp from Arteriors Home and a floor painted in Benjamin Moore’s classic Newburyport Blue create an inviting guest room.
The master bedroom, with its upholstered bed and lush Yves Delorme bedding, is a tranquil paradise for busy parents. The painting above the bed is by artist Peter Hoffer.
Barnes commissioned the shell-framed mirror, by Laurette Kittle, to play off the terracotta walls and white trim of the master bedroom.
Tangerine and periwinkle blue accent a sunny first floor bedroom.
A fireplace set into the glass wall dominates one end of the master bedroom.
The setting, no surprise, was a draw for the homeowners.
A pipe railing along the upper bunk in a daughter’s bedroom sounds a creative note.
Plenty of hidden storage drawers take the place of closets and dressers in the boys’ room.
A ribbon of wood incorporates nightstands, headboard and shelving in one convenient and good-looking built-in in the master bedroom.
The L-shaped bedroom was made more intimate and modern with a tufted, upholstered headboard, deep purple walls and green and lavender accents.
A dynamic mural by Rosenthal adds energy to the large, sunny master bedroom.
Son Jesse’s bedroom recalls the early 1970s and the heyday of rock and roll, with its bold graphic patterns and picture rails holding vintage albums.
Laverge-Schade furnished the guests’ rooms in the Old World style she’s cherished all her life.
A silk-and-wool Tibetan rug warms the upstairs bedroom, where bedside tables by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams flank an A. Rudin bed.
Sheer woven curtains offer privacy but let the light in.
The chandelier and the refurbished settee in the master bedroom were recycled from the owners’ previous home.
Bedding in vivid hues from Serena & Lily brings a dynamic vibe to a daughter’s room.
The master suite is another study in neutrals.
Serafini built out the wall behind the bed in the master bedroom to create a walk-in closet.
The master bedroom’s personality is serenity itself.
Holly Hunt velvet gives the master bed headboard a sumptuous look and feel.
Serena & Lily linens are topped with a colorful pillow and throw from J. Seitz on the master bed.
The homeowners awaken-in their Gleysteen-designed platform bed-to a natural panorama.
The cantilevered design of the steel bed repeats the theme of the home’s architecture.
Waverly’s La Belle Campagne cotton toile transforms the guestroom, where a favorite portrait of an unknown woman hangs. "I just fell in love with her," says Bell.
The bedrooms curtains, made from metal mesh, and the sleek Woodmeister-made headboard contribute to the industrial sensibility.
A built-in upholstered headboard maximizes space.
The nursery features a white lacquered crib and changing table from The New Traditionalists.
Dragoo designed the tufted headboard in the cozy master bedroom.
Custom millwork, such as the master bedroom’s cabinets and mantel, is one of the house’s signatures.
A Pottery Barn Teen cupboard with cutouts, lavender drapery fabric from Duralee, and a John Robshaw quilt give eleven-year-old Emma’s room an edge.
A palette of cool blues creates a soothing atmosphere in the master bedroom.
In the master bedroom, Glick achieved both serenity and glamour by covering the ceiling with crushed-mica wallpaper and outfitting the custom headboard in silk and mohair.
Kelly Wearstler’s Imperial Trellis wallpaper punches up the wall behind the Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams master bed.
Custom sconces flank a walnut bed outfitted in chic Les Oiseaux fabric, by Marvic.
A navy-blue wall adds depth to the master bedroom. The shag rug is cut to the width of the custom platform bed’s upholstered headboard.
A painting by Kerri Rosenthal sets off the daughter’s already-colorful space.
A wall painted in Farrow & Ball’s London Clay sets off the master bedroom’s custom-upholstered bed.
Designer Leslie Fine gave the master suite luxurious touches like the bed wall upholstered in suede and a plush tete-a-tete chaise.
Bunk beds in a room with a beachy, unisex palette offer plenty of space for sleepovers.
The children’s bunk room has open portholes trimmed with mahogany and a ceiling painted Benjamin Moore’s Newburyport Blue.
Punches of red brighten the master suite.
Dark-blue walls and a mix of textiles create an upscale "man cave" for the son.
The refined country motif of the master bedroom includes a Cole & Son wallpaper, linen damask shades, and heirloom-quality furniture.
Catalfano brought luxury to the master bedroom with walls upholstered in a tone-on-tone ticking and drapes of cream-color matelassé.
In a daughter’s second-floor bedroom, wallpaper gives the cozy space a hatbox effect.
In the master bedroom, chairs upholstered in an iridescent fabric from Highland Court flank an ottoman covered in Tibetan lamb’s wool.
In the son’s bedroom, Pottery Barn sheets are a vibrant contrast to the gray headboard and shades in linen from Kravet.
A grass-green settee and aqua chairs complement the pale-raspberry walls and violet-and-white rug in the daughter’s bedroom.
A petite John Derian settee and a shaggy lamb’s-wool bench with Lucite legs from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams create an arresting juxtaposition in the master bedroom.
A Cameroonian juju hat and a raffia-wrapped bed give the master bedroom a tropical resort feel.
A sleek headboard, pretty botanical-print bedding, and a longhorn skull make arresting companions in the master suite.
Touches of orange warm a guest bedroom.
The focal point of the master bedroom is this joyful hand-embroidered headboard by Eric Cohler for Lee Jofa.
The daughter’s bedroom is dressed in fabrics from Skok’s India Collection.
The master bedroom holds another custom paneling system that hides the TV.
In the guest room, a lithograph by Robert Longo hangs on a wall painted in Benjamin Moore’s Galveston Gray.
Diaphanous wool-and-mohair curtains, in Ethereal by Threads at Lee Jofa, offer some privacy while still allowing natural light into the master bedroom. Jim Thompson fabric covers the custom-designed winged headboard. Behind the bed, Reclining Figure, a midcentury painting by Peter Busa, is a colorful counterpoint to the room’s serene grays.
The master bedroom takes the home’s colorful palette down just a notch, adding gray to create a quiet, relaxing ambience.
The master bedroom, like the rest of the house, wraps its inhabitants in a warm embrace.
Architect Reese Owens designed the walls of a children’s room to look like the inside of a cabin.
The master bedroom takes a glamorous turn with a nailhead-studded headboard and a mirrored dresser that acts as a nightstand.
A daughter’s bedroom is colorful, yet serene, and a sofa bed chair creates an additional lounging area.
A photo of a key moment in a Pittsburgh Steelers game was reproduced in large format and installed as a backdrop for the bed in a son’s room.
Variations on a Greek key design are found in the master bedroom rug, bedding pillows, and porcelain garden stool.
The master suite’s ornate mirror and console came with the house and had previously adorned the main stairwell.
The master bedroom sets a bold tone with a richly painted red accent wall.
A Stark rug and Barbara Barry bedding amplify the comfort of the tranquil master suite, which occupies half of the second floor.
Fabrics in tonal textures define the master bedroom. The printed matelassé bed covering, horizontally striped draperies, and embroidered bench combine to create a quiet haven.
The owners introduced bright pops of color into the master bedroom, complementing the sleek built-ins fabricated by Birdseye Woodworking.
Deep red wallpaper above glossy paneling gives depth to the son’s cozy room, and Bow added sophistication with the David Hicks geometric-patterned carpeting, a leather recliner, and a Jonathan Adler side table.
Damask wallpaper in a rich shade of blue sparked the plan for the daughter’s room.
A velvet-covered loveseat and crystal chandelier give the daughter’s bedroom a chic look.
Glass-front cabinets like this one in the bedroom help maximize space in the tiny house.