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Look Book » Create a Calm Bedroom with Neutral Colors
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Homeowner Lorette kilheffer keeps her master bedroom to a palette of soft colors. An off-white tufted headboard and matching chair are the ultimate in vintage style. An antique chandelier above the beds adds a touch of Old-Hollywood glamor. (Photo by Mark Tanner; written by Meryl Schoenbaum)
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Keep an open, fresh space by painting the walls a warm neutral. Homeowner Allan Rosen chose white to help maximize the light in this small room. Not only doe sit help reflect light, but it also allows the accessories and textiles in the room to shine. (Photo by Jaimee Itagaki; styled by Jacqueline deMontravel; written by Jickie Torres)
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To incorporate vivid shades of red, blue and yellow while keeping the look sophisticate, homeowner Jaime Saunders started with a white slate to provide a fresh backdrop. Balanced with traditional elements such as wood tones, raw fiber fabrics, cozy metal finishes, her master bedroom is tranquil and elegant. Subdued red accessories tie in with the rest of the house’s color palette. (Photo by Bret Gum; written by Jickie Torres)
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This bedroom’s serene feel stems from its simple pale blue and white color palette and basic but homey textures. (Photo by Mark Tanner)
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In Sharn Van Horik’s master bedroom, a soft rose color on the walls balances the wood furniture. The bed is dressed in six layers of white and pale green textiles for added texture and comfort. (Photo by Jaimee Itagaki; written by Joanna Clay)
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Homeowner Gregg Abel designed and carved his master bedroom’s natural wood queen-sized bedframe. The rest of the room’s warm-neutral décor—including the pale tan bedding and walls—highlights the bedframe as the room’s centerpiece. (Photo by Mark Tanner)