This reader requested bedroom, featured in Traditional Home, has a serene and moody elegance to it that I just had to try to capture. Shades of charcoal gray and chocolate brown create a rich environment that practically begs you to sleep in. The swooping headboard and sofa echo each other nicely, while the different layers of lighting lead the eye right up to those amazing ceiling beams. I’m just worried I’d never leave this lovely lakehouse bedroom to go outside!
This guest bedroom by Emily Henderson, everyone’s perennial favorite designer, stole the show in last week’s room redo vote with its colorful palette and welcoming vibe. That tassel duvet is such a fun choice, especially for a room that doesn’t get to shine every day of the week. (The original bedding is sold out, but this lumbar captures the vibe so well!) The tribal rug is another unique pick that stands out in this space, and the multiple levels of lighting no doubt create the perfect ambiance. Hoping my invitation to stay the night is on the way!
Today I’m featuring our top ten Room Redos of 2016. So much pretty in one post!
10 | neutral sitting area
And just for kicks, here are our top room redos from 2015! Pretty fun to look back, right?
This office space, belonging to the design team at Studio McGee and featured on Domino, is so pretty I just had to figure out how to bring the look home. With huge savings coming from those sleek IKEA desks, the whole room comes in under budget yet looking like a million bucks. Typically bland office accessories like the bulletin board, wastebasket, and swivel chairs are gussied up nicely, while the warm wood sideboard provides great storage. Add a coat of Benjamin Moore’s Super White to complete the look!
This bright office space, belonging to an editor of Glamour and featured on One Kings Lane, is what Monday morning dreams are made of! The multitude of magazines may have tipped you off as to the location of this space, but a cohesive collection like that would look amazing on any bookshelf. Floor tiles like these—another seemingly only-for-the-workplace design choice—are back and better than ever now, available in a wide range of colors and patterns. The glass desk is perfect for letting all of that great natural light into the space, while the casually leaned frames on the windowsill are the peak of trés chic. Be sure to check out the other angles of this fabulous space!