Pair a punchy fabric with a warm mocha paint color. The neutral hue makes the yellow, turquoise, and magenta tones pop -- and it's a more modern, less expected backdrop than a color pulled from the fabric would have been.
Bright orange stripes make each bunk feel like its own little nook. Small cutout cubbies serve as bedside tables, and upholstered doors close for more privacy. Outfit a bunk room with draperies for an extra-quiet space.
In this guest bedroom, bold brown-and-white geometric prints unify the space. Bright, white fabrics as bed linens, curtains, and chair upholstery lighten up the dark brown wall paint. Accent the space with bold geometric throw pillows and a fun colored blanket.
Let a bold geometric print be the starting point for a room's entire color scheme. This lemon yellow-and-brown striped fabric is the focus of the entire room, but by pairing it with all-white bedding, it never overwhelms the space.
A bright orange invigorates this small guest bedroom. Pick neutral bed linens to tone down the all-over color.
An array of coordinating fabrics creates this dramatic look. Begin with one fabric that you love, and then bring in solids and other patterns in coordinating colors. In this master bedroom, the modern leaf print determined the color scheme.
There is no shortage of patterns in this master bedroom, but by limiting the fabrics to small patterns, the bed linens and wallpaper almost look like solids.
Hang a draping canopy from the ceiling above a simple bed and headboard for a luxurious, tentlike space.
The coastal landscape inspires the decor in this Idea House guest suite. The floral print of the bed linens and the bamboo planking on the bed are subtle references to the coastal landscape.
Mismatched easy chairs and side tables in coordinating colors create a collected, vintage look in this master bedroom. Accents of red break up the cool, soothing tones.