Houzz Bedroom Ideas Article Features The Red Shutters

So many homeowners turn to Houzz for design inspiration. With literally millions and millions of photos, decorating ideas, and tips from design professionals, it is THE go-to website for countless people looking for help with their projects. That’s why our own Houzz profile contains photos of our work, along with idea books full of rooms, homes and décor that inspire us. And now, we’re proud to share that one of our projects is featured in a Houzz article titled 6 Pleasing Bedrooms with a Place to Sit. Our design was included as an example of how to create an inviting bedroom with a vintage vibe that includes extra space to relax.

The Red Shutters Project Featured in Houzz Bedroom Ideas Article

Behind The Bedroom’s Design

We wanted to create an old-meets-new style for this guest bedroom with en suite bathroom. Since the bedroom should be the most peaceful room in the home, we chose a soothing color scheme. Linen White by Benjamin Moore walls are complemented with accents of tranquil blues and corals. We introduced varying shades of blue throughout the room – the bench, tray, throw blanket, pillows, window treatments and artwork. Design tip: by using different shades of the same color in different ways you can add layers of visual interest to the room.

Curating special pieces is what really gives this bedroom a vintage vibe. We combined two twin headboards to create a custom focal point to anchor the king size bed. Old-world brass ginger jar lamps juxtapose new mahogany side tables, and vintage botanical prints and pillows made from vintage textiles complete the look.

And then, there’s the reason our design was included in this Houzz article in the first place – the seating. We try to incorporate seating elements in all of our bedroom designs when space allows. For this room, at the foot of the bed, we placed a bench with an intricately scalloped wood base and upholstered seat with nailhead trim. Off to the side, we set a garden stool.

“Garden stools can have many purposes,” says The Red Shutters Principal Designer, Marina Case. “They are extra seats or a place to set a cup of coffee. I use them all the time. It’s the same with a bench or a tiny love seat, especially if the bed is a bit higher. It’s a place to sit and talk, put on shoes or drop luggage.”

More Bedroom Ideas

We’re proud to be a nine time Best of Houzz Award winner. While you can find select bedroom projects in our Houzz profile that helped us achieve this award, below are a few more bedroom ideas to inspire you.

Bedroom in Warwick’s White House by The Red Shutters
Bedroom in Cape Cod designed by The Red Shutters
Bedroom in Glenmere Mansion Residence designed by The Red Shutters
Master Bedroom in The Manse in Warwick, NY designed by The Red Shutters
Bedroom in The Manse in Warwick, NY designed by The Red Shutters

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About Marina Case

Years of experience and understanding of the history of design provides Marina with the ability to read each client so she can create spaces that truly reflect who they are. Marina, who has been honored as one of the Top 50 New York Designers, as well as a Houzz Influencer, has her pulse on the interior design industry. She stays on top of the latest trends, participates in a leading collaborative national network of designers, and frequently shares her creative and professional ideas with trade professionals.

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