What isn't going on in this room? There are traditional silk drapes, a zebra rug, a formal ottoman and bright pink wallpaper. It would be a daring eclectic beauty even without the graffiti mural, but add that and it's a work of art. It's so crazy and mixed up that it works.
It's one thing to chose lime green and hot pink as your colors, but it's a whole other level to use them in layers of busy patterns and bright, bold images.
This is over-the-top femininity and glamour (I think of Lana Turner or Liz Taylor when I see that peacock) combined with an eclectic mix of traditional pieces. Oh, and then there's that acrylic crystal bed from the planet Krypton.
When my son was obsessed with pirates, he got a Playmobil pirate island. The little boy whose room this is got a ship embedded in the wall and his own gangplank. Not bad.
This little girl is either going to grow up to be pageant princess, or she's going to rebel and become a punk rock biker.
Another fantasy kids' bedroom but with a clean, modern look and some real staying power. Even an adult could be happy sleeping under this tree.
See? The adults who live here are presumably happy sleeping under a tree. I love this bed.
This bedroom itself is all Zen minimalism. But the walls (or lack thereof) are pretty dramatic.
Midcentury modern meets African motifs, with just a little bit of dungeon chic thrown in for good measure.
I have truly never seen anything like this, and I have no design terms to explain it. The shapes in the ceiling and wall remind me of cells splitting. Saturated biological modern?