Bedrooms by Jennifer Flanders

New York City-based interior designer, Jennifer Flanders has a flair for designing beautiful bedrooms. She tends to design rooms that are either very bold or serene and airy. Either way, the bedrooms she designs always feel feminine and glamorous, most likely due to her use of gorgeous upholstered headboards, pretty chandeliers, and the use of furniture with curvy lines. While I am visually drawn to bedrooms with bright colors and patterns (just search for bedrooms on my blog and you’ll see!), I tend to go more serene in my own bedroom (think taupe walls, dark furniture, white linens). I think both styles are beautiful, but it may be time to kick it up a notch at my house! Which look do you prefer in your own room?

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  1. Oh it is so hard to choose because I like both styles but for different reasons. I think if I chose the bold pallet it would be in the earth tone shades and not the brights such as pink or orange.

    If I chose the light pallet it would lean more towards the deeper shades of light…white with many shades on the verge of not being pale…do you know what I mean?

    I guess overall I wouldn’t choose the extremes on either one but in the end it would be sooooo hard to decide.

    Tricia – Avolli