Touted as the “tree house,” this Beth Webb–designed bedroom reveals the soft slope of the Brays Island cottage roof and mimics the feeling of sleeping in a quaint tent. The woven abaca wallcovering by Nobilis resembles the look of woodwork. In this Connecticut house’s guestroom designed by Miles Redd, Rose Cumming’s tufted trompe l’oeil wallpaper creates the ultimate word gentle landing spot. At this Austin, Texas, house designed by Angie Hranowsky, China Seas’s Arbre de Matisse pattern turns a visitor room into a woodland fantasy.
The reflection of the room in the mirror confuses the attention into seeing a larger space. Blue is a serene and soothing color, and could help promote relaxation and sleep. Rather than edit down a large assortment of art work, this California home-owner created a gallery wall that stretches from the crown molding to the baseboards, making room for each cherished piece.