The bedroom is really important not only for you to rest and relax, but also because it has to make you feel comfortable with the space that’s around you. For this, you really need to transform and adapt you bedroom in order for it to fit perfectly and stay in harmony every single season of the year. And everyone knows that Summer is the most easy-to-know-how-to-decorate-a-room season you have. Fresh colors, colorful accessories and a cool environment. If you need inspiration, here you have some bedroom we’ve selected as the best bedrooms for this summer.
A Santa Monica Canyon Bedroom
In the master bedroom of the Santa Monica Canyon home of designers Jeffrey Alan Marks andRoss Cassidy, a vintage rowboat hangs upside down from the ceiling. Walls are upholstered in aLes Indiennes cotton, and a bench designed by Marks is covered in a printed linen fromChristopher Farr.
An Ibiza Bedroom
At the weekend retreat of brothers Antonio and Ignacio Saorin Lopez de Ayala, on the Spanish island of Ibiza, a guest bedroom—nicknamed “the Captain’s Room”—is carved out of the rocky bluff on which the main house sits, and opens onto a private terrace. A canopy of Indian mosquito netting hangs over the bed; the wood floor is painted white.
A Darien, Conneticut Bedroom
For her family’s house in Darien, Connecticut, textile designer Susan Harris decorated a guest room with a vintage French rattan bureau, a Swedish wool rug, and ceramic lamps. The cotton-linen fabrics for the headboard, bed cover, bed skirt, and pillow shams are by Harris’s firm, Sea Cloth.
A Hudson Valley Bedroom
Veranda editor in chief Dara Caponigro and her husband, David Steinberger, used a bold print to enliven an otherwise all-white sleeping alcove at their lakeside home in New York’s Hudson Valley. The wood-frame bed is dressed in a floral linen-cotton coverlet by Brunschwig & Fils.
A Hawaii Bedroom
Michael S. Smith decorated the master bedroom of a 1930s home on a Hawaiian island with a Ming-style bed of his own design. The bed linens are by John Robshaw Textiles.
A Bahamas Bedroom
Dressed with IKEA curtains, a wrought-iron lit à la polonaise with an eight-foot-tall canopy takes center stage in the master bedroom of Tom Scheerer’s 200-year-old cottage on Harbour Island in the Bahamas. Painted in pastel green, the room is kept shady and cool by louvered shutters.
A Wisconsin Bedroom
In the bedroom of a Wisconsin home, the linens and bedside table are vintage. The bench is from the ’50s, and the rug is by Dash & Albert. The Chinese vessel once belonged to Elsie de Wolfe.
A Georgia Bedroom
In this Athens, Georgia home the homeowner made the mahogany platform bed in this guest cottag. The candlewicked coverlet is from the 1800s.