Finally, the best part of the How To Make Your Windows Beautiful series is the pages of inspiring bedroom design ideas.
1. Luxury in Mustard Yellow
2. This one isn't too shocking. It is one of the many rooms in the book that looks like it's attempting to imitate the outdoors with green carpets and floral or botanical motifs.
3. This is the artsiest children's attic room I've ever seen! Unfortunately, the floor doesn't continue the pattern.
4. It's the coming of the Age of... Pattern!?
5. The top (left) room is a bit like a nightmare come to life. And more proof that yellow is great on the walls, ceiling, floor, bedspread, chair, and flowers!
6. A kind of sparse children's room. It looks like there's a full set of encyclopedias, though.
7. More colorful crimes
8. Certainly this is a room that no one could defend?
9. A hip way to deal with small spaces
10. The bottom two-bed room features 'hanging fabric panels under a boxed cornice-type valance to form ceiling-high "headboards!"'
12. The best thing about this room isn't the endless pattern but the odd poster hanging over the desk. I'm not sure if this is an adult or teen room. The poster and guitar case could suggest a teenager lives there, but the rest of the room doesn't seem to match.
Okay, that's it for this wonderful book. If only this book had thousands of pictures! I hope you enjoyed this stroll down designer memory lane!