HGTV Dream Home 2013: Twin Suite Bedroom Pictures

The tropical hues of sea glass inspire the color palette in this fun, children's bedroom where furnishings and accessories are easily changed to accommodate adults.

  • Interior designer Linda Woodrum's ode to sea glass, the twin suite bedroom celebrates the home's coastal location. A braided rug in the room's color palette anchors the space.

  • Inspired by the design of a 19th-century antique, a seven-drawer dresser gets a mod makeover with a coat of eye-popping turquoise paint.

  • Windows overlook the back deck and verdant green marshland, the inspiration for the room's lime-green bedding and upholstery fabrics.

  • Pompon-like pandanus blooms lend a graphic punch and complement the room's soft floral theme.

  • A cozy club chair and ottoman carve out the room's reading nook, where two batik prints by artist Chariklia Zarris draw the eye.

  • Sculptural in quality, coral-shaped lamps, cast in composite, create a dramatic tablescape when paired with a blooming bouquet of fragrant peonies.

  • Subtlety is key in interior designer Linda Woodrum's plan for the twin suite bedroom. Strategically placed coral decor hints at the home's coastal location.

  • Saturated hues of turquoise, hot pink and canary yellow make a bold, feminine statement.

  • Lined floor-to-ceiling ribbon-trimmed curtains and sisal-style blinds provide privacy and effectively frame energy-efficient windows.

  • Twin beds are dressed in vintage-style matelassé coverlets. Stencil pillows reference Kiawah Island's amazing assortment of butterflies, many of which can be seen fluttering in the front yard of HGTV Dream Home.

  • A fresh, modern take on coastal decor, traditional pencil-post beds are painted a vibrant shade of turquoise.

  • Although designed as a little girls' bedroom, the space could be transformed into a gender-neutral guest bedroom by changing throw pillows and decorative accents.

  • Custom-made floral-print duvets, folded at the beds' edges, lend a subtle feminine touch — a contrast to the masculine bunk niche area.

  • Carpenter David Brown created stripe-on-stripe walls by layering semigloss over matte paint in the same soft blue shade.

  • More storage for blankets, clothing and decorative accessories, a 2- by 7-foot closet is situated in the twin suite hallway.

  • Designed to accommodate visiting families, second-floor guest spaces are connected by a bamboo-clad hallway.

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