This large master bedroom from the 1960s was decorated with several spirited colors, including a hot pink called cyclamen, named for the flower.
The centerpiece of this view was a hot pink chaise lounge/sofa that was covered in that floral shade. But the color wasn’t all that made that piece of furniture distinctive: it also had an angled and sculptured back.
Running almost the whole depth of the house, this bedroom was large enough to be furnished as two rooms in one.
Shown here is the sitting room end of the space, where the owners could breakfast by the fire on chilly mornings (the brick fireplace is to the right of chaise).
Sliding plastic panels on each side of the chimney screened the bedroom from the living room on the floor below.
Another thing that made this retro room special: it had draped fabric on the ceiling in a pink, white and yellow pattern that matched the curtains and bed canopy.
The high ceiling had white wood planks, while the beams on the walls and ceiling — along with the balcony wall outside — were a royal purple.
Outdoors, the balcony overlooked the living room terrace just as the bedroom itself overlooks the living room. But the balcony assures the bedroom of privacy in spite of its wall-to-wall, floor-to-roof expanse of glass.