Each year Architectural Digest publishes hundreds of beautiful interiors, yet only a handful attract most of the love from Pinterest pinners. I wanted to know what was different about these bedrooms, so I did some research. Here are Architectural Digest’s 11 most pinned bedrooms on Pinterest and notice what a major role the designer rug plays in creating the right atmopshere and feeling tone in the room.
A beige natural fiber rug resonates with the slanting oak beam ceiling and creates a crisp contrast with the white linen in the upstairs guest bedroom of designer Anouska Hempel’s home in Wiltshire, England.
A brown geometric rug complements a fur bed throw and headboard made from antique doors set against Tuscan yellow walls in the Manhattan master bedroom of Barneys New York CEO Mark Lee designed by architect Janson Goldstein.
A white designer rug brings a sense of luxurious comfort to the bedroom of a Milwaukee house designed by Victoria Hagan.
A red oriental rug adds warm contrast to white lines, dark wood tones and beamed ceiling in the master bedroom of talent agent turned interior designer Sandy Gallin’s former Bridgehampton, New York, house.
Two white designer rugs add rich texture and complement a curving white sofa, a pair of 1970 white Jan Ekselius chairs and a vintage cocktail table by T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings in the master bedroom of a historic New Orleans home designed by Lee Ledbetter.
Agray shaggy pile designer rug complements gray strie walls, gold rococo mirror, neoclassical bench and a vintage glass chandelier in the guest bedroom of the New Orleans house designed by Lee Ledbetter.
A custom cream, gold, gray and beige designer rug in a neoclassical pattern complements an 18th-century corona and an 1880s Italian chandelier in the master suite of a Paris apartment by Jean-Louis Deniot.
A gray silk rug with a fur like texture complements a black bench, white fur bed throw, linen upholstered walls, Moooi ceiling light fixture, B&B Italia bed and artwork by Luis Caballero in the master bedroom of an art collecting couple’s Palladian-style Florida house.
Awhite designer rug adds a rich texture and complements a custom ebonized four-poster bed, a Francis Sultana daybed and a 1970s Gaetano Sciolari light fixture in the master bedroom of a London Rowhouse updated by Veere Grenney.
An abaca rug complements a traditional Mexican four poster bed, embossed tin doors and an antique Spanish trunk in the master bedroom of a Marshall Watson designed oceanside Mexican vacation villa.
Agray and white striped flat weave rug layered atop a creamy-beige silk rug complements a bed upholstered in a beige Loro Piana cotton and vintage Jansen desk in the master suite of a classic Hamptons home rebuilt by architect Peter Pennoyer and designer Matthew Patrick Smyth.