"The 7-year-old's favorite color is purple, so we used it," says Miles Redd of a family's kid-friendly apartment. "We made a room she can grow into." Antique pieces like the Chinese rug and Louis XV chauffeuse can withstand the test of time, while a lattice motif adds interest up top.
Although the custom rug in this girl's bedroom sets the scene, Tableau wallpaper and Aga fabric by take the purple palette to the max. Designer Nicolette Horn finished off her daughter's space by adding an owl pillow from .
“It’s hard to make twin beds exciting,” says Phoebe Howard. Her fix: Cover the high headboards on ’s Candler beds with an overscale print, Seville Medallion by .
Designer Charlotte Lucas likes to inject fun into her projects, and this client's bedroom in Spartanburg, South Carolina, is no exception. An antique settee covered in a velvet adds a splash of color against wallpaper by .
Visitors at this Southampton house stay in a sumptuous retreat designed by Ann Pyne. Twin beds provide twice much as purple, as well as extra space. "Friends like to put their clothes and things — or their pet — on one bed, and themselves on the other!" she says.
Designer Robin Bell came up with the custom wall color and decorative Gothic trim herself for this Florida bedroom. 's Dottery Blue balances it all out, appearing on the club chair, ottoman and bedskirt.
With 's Sea Foam on the walls, Krista Ewart warmed up a girl's room with magenta-colored fabrics. Layers of natural linen and cozy up the beds, and a rug adds softness underfoot.
The purple tulips on this Harlequin wallpaper — — provides the palette for the rest of this Maryland bedroom. Green curtains from feature a pink , while a regal canopy adds a fanciful touch.