Sharing today ten beautiful bedrooms from Veranda Magazine.
Photo: Erica George Dines
The master bedroom of a Dallas townhouse by designer Jan Showers features a canopy bed with parrot-green silk interior.
The tufted bench is in an Ashley Studio Ultrasuede, the lamp is from the Jan Showers Collection, the 1940s French mirrored dressing table, bench and rug are by Jan Showers for Moattar.
A home in Southern California has gilded moldings that echo the finish of the master bedroom’s corona, made from an antique French altar fragment.
The custom bed is from Posse Furniture, the Swedish bedside tables are antiques by Tara Shaw, the sconces are from Circa Lighting and the 18th-century French sofa is in a Claremont damask.
Interior designer Victoria Hagan decorates the master bedroom of an Aspen getaway with a custom bed by Classic Design.
The bed linens are from E. Braun & Co., the chairs are by Roman Thomas in a Donghia fabric, the vintage stools are from the Pascal Boyer Gallery, the bedside table is from the Victoria Hagan Home Collection, the lamp is from Armani/Casa, the pendant is from Homer Design, the Roman shade is in a Romo fabric from Susan Lind Chastain and the carpet is by Mansour.
A bedroom that opens into the garden in this Santa Barbara home has bedding by Julia B., stools by Formations and a chaise in a Great Plains cotton velvet.
The master bedroom in a Nashville home sparkles with metallic accents. The headboard is in a J. Robert Scott velvet and the bench is in a Fret velvet by Nancy Corzine.
The chandelier is by Niermann Weeks and the convex mirrors are by Quintus.
The master bedroom of this Palm Beach villa features curtains and a matching canopy in a Fortuny fabric, a screen from John Rosselli Antiques and an 18th-century French bench in a Lulu DK fabric. The carpet is by Stark.