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Two elements draw attention in the master bedroom. Set against a grooved cement wall is a winged headboard that looks like a cane-and-wood screen. The other element is a fiery red antique chest at the foot of the bed, which the team brought in to contrast with the earthy palette. “We also used stone and paper table lights to stand out against the headboard,” she says.
Teal and redThis master bedroom photo shows a room lush with a soft teal that also adds depth to the overall palette. The bold red ottoman breaks up any potentially sombre effect of teal. Need help with designing your bedroom? Consult with an interior designer from the Houzz professionals directory