Organic cotton chevron duvets create a soft cushion and stand in contrast to a hand-blocked cotton harlequin pillow.
The queen-size bed, nestled in its own cozy alcove, is dressed in organic bedding from top to bottom. The headboard, upholstered in a linen-cotton blend, is soil- and stain-protected and gently slanted to accommodate bedtime reading.
Geometric patterns counter the graceful curves of a reclaimed wood accent table.
Tabletop appointments include tribal ikat-print picture frames and a ceramic honeycomb-imprinted vase.
"Black Ox," a mixed-media work by artist Edward Gross, continues the room's playful theme and palette of primary colors. "Outsider art just made the room design gel," says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
Low-E glass awning-style windows open to invite cool breezes while blocking damaging ultraviolet rays and preventing solar heat gain.
To create a unified design in front windows, Linda chose the same light fixture, a suspension hanging lamp designed by Denis Santachiara, for both retreat and guest bedroom.
An exercise in symmetry, floor lamps with dramatic linen shades and inset wall shelves flank the bed.
A lacquered tray serves up breakfast in bed. Porcelain dinnerware paired with cotton napkins complements the room's collection of graphic patterns.
A hallway, clad in hand-scraped engineered hickory wood, connects the guest bedroom to the bathroom, crafting space and kids' bedroom.
A 36-inch-wide by 24-inch-deep closet offers up storage space for guests.
Antique books displayed in a sheesham wood cabinet lend a sense of permanence to the room design.
Edgy botanical prints discovered at the Canton Street Antique Market suit the room's contemporary design.