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10 Bedroom Trends to Try

November 25, 2014
Three of our favorite designers share what's hot in bedroom design today.
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Wallpaper Makes a Dramatic Comeback

Designer Jamie Herzlinger chose a metallic paint design on colored wallpaper to create a dramatic look in this contemporary guest bedroom. To balance the space, she chose a neutral, solid headboard and accessories. Add fresh flowers in a feminine vase to soften the look and bring a smile to guests faces, she suggests.

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Mix It Up & Have Fun

Designer Erinn Valencich takes a playful approach to designing any space. Her motto: "A sense of fun and a chic sensibility is essential." In this bedroom, she pairs apple green with girly pops of pink for a look that is fresh.

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Serenity Now

"My clients want bedrooms that are as serene as possible with a retreat-like atmosphere," says designer Eileen Gould. "Colors must be soothing and well blended. Light purples, creams and soft greens are very popular. People are spending more time at home and definitely want comfort."

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Photo: Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn. From: Leah Atkins Design.

Freshen Up

Fresh flowers are always in style. Designer Erinn Valencich recommends, "never underestimate the power of pink or fuchsia flowers to wake up a room. Even in small doses, they never disappoint."

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