When designing a home, there's nothing more personal than crafting the bedroom, where the owner's personal taste must be paired with the right textures, fabrics and color palette to create a relaxing escape. See how top designers used pieces by Lillian August to develop beautiful bedrooms in a variety of styles, from richly colored modern spaces to sprawling waterfront suites.
J Banks Design developed this double-height bedroom with a four-poster bed and red brick wall that add warmth to the space.
Lillian August's Metropolitan King Bed takes center stage in this unique, richly painted bedroom by Amy Morris.
John Willey | Willey Design LLC created a bedroom with soft lavender hues and the Randy Armless Chaise by Lillian August in a complementary color.
Amy Morris devised an eclectic bedroom featuring Lillian August's Fenwick Chair and plenty of pattern.
W Design crafted a texture-rich bedroom with plenty of reflective surfaces, including the Rosedale Mirrored Vanity by Lillian August.
The Rory Bench (shown in gray) and Albert Park Chairs create a separate conversation area in this light-filled bedroom by W Design.
W Design amplified the cozy feeling of this bedroom fireplace with a neutral palette and a pair of Mayfair Chairs.