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.
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November 25, 2014
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.