10 New Ideas for Creating the Most Relaxing Bedroom Ever
Borrow the Ocean Blue
In this Hamptons bedroom, designer Steven Gambrel wrapped the walls in silk that matches the color of the water outside. The fabric's natural striations even mimic the soothing movement of the water, diminishing the divide between beach and bedroom. Talk about a swell scene-stealer!
Light it Right
Pretty swing-arm sconces (we like brass!) keep the overhead lights low and the style factor high. Design by Gary McBournie.
Catch the Breeze
Doorways framed in linen curtains replicate the airy feel of a beach cabana. Design by Olivia O'Bryan.
Indulge Your Nostalgia
Tufted cotton coverlets with pom-pom detailing channel old-school summer-house style. Design by Chenault James.
Create an Escape
A super private sitting area gives busy hosts breathing room when entertaining a full house. Design by Summer Thornton.
Lounge it Up
A favorite reading chair turns the bedroom into a sweet daytime hideaway. Design by Amanda Lindroth.
Use a single bombshell headboard to create an easy, beachy switch from single beds to double. Design by Tom Scheerer.
Rock Your Neutrals
Muted hues + bold, lively patterns = bedroom gold. Design by Cynthia Hayes.
Snooze Like an Islander
Canopy beds with mosquito nets keep salt air flowing in and bugs out—great for rooms on the ocean. Design by Andrew Irving and Mario Rodrigues.
Go Au Natural
Mementos from Mother Nature keep your cave connected to the world outside the window. Design by Summer Thornton