A Florida Bedroom with Green Accents
I was able to find almost the exact spread and also the woven headboard. The light color of the lattice design pillows shows well against the dark weave of the headboard.
I selected heavier curtains than the ones shown in the model home. The Florida sunshine is pretty bright and guests might want to sleep in late after a hard day of sightseeing. The lined, blackout curtains keeps the room dark for a good night's rest.
The abstract paintings over the bed reminded me of Monet's waterlily paintings. I've shown one of these below and if you click through to Amazon, you'll see more of them in various sizes. Although the inspiration room shows a light frame for the paintings, I thought a dark frame would link them to the bed and nightstands.
Chezmoi Collection 7-Piece Green Tree on White Comforter Set for Queen Size BeddingQueen Full Woven HeadboardUnited Curtain Blackstone Blackout Window Curtain Panel, 54 by 84-Inch, SageTrademark Fine Art Water Lilies IV 1840-1926 Canvas Wall Art by Claude Monet with Wood Frame, 16 by 20-InchCustom Silk Creations - Deluxe - Decorative Designer 18Washed Cotton Seashell Trellis Natural Jacquard; 16Saigon Memory-18x18 Inches, Solid Sewn Basketweave Pattern Silk Decorative Pillow Cover. (Leaf Green)
Recreate This Florida Bedroom
The eye is immediately drawn to the weathered shutters that anchor the bed. No headboard is needed when you use this effect.
Search antique stores and eBay for this kind of architectural feature or there's the DIY route. I found some detailed instructions for distressing shutters on the HomeGuide site. The same site gave instructions for hanging shutters on an inside wall.
If vintage looking shutters aren't your style, you can go with wood plantation shutters on the wall. The effect is not quite as beachy but still fits a southern style.
Note how the color of the aged shutters is echoed in the throw pillows. They've used a sunny yellow for the walls in this guest bedroom and a light-colored spread and pillows.
Another Sunshine State Bedroom for You to Try
If you like this room, take a look at how you can transform your guest room or master bedroom to have this Florida style.