By Bernardine Regine. Bedroom. Published at Tuesday, November 21st, 2017 - 15:17:07 PM.
New pillows and cushions are another way to add a dash of colour to your bedroom. Multiple pillows and/or cushions on the bed make a lovely accent and allow you the opportunity to see how new colours work with your current colour scheme. And, best of all, they can easily be changed when you're ready to update again. Blankets and throws are another fun, but functional accessory. Keep a matching throw, strewn over the bottom of your bed for a slightly different look.
Brighten up your master bedroom by adding large windows on as many walls as possible. Custom draperies and blinds will let the light in when you need it and keep your room dark when you’re ready to rest.
Though this room is small in square footage, the decorative impact is big. Carved wood birds perch on the tall, curvy headboard. Greens and browns in a variety of shades and textures give more depth and interest to this woodsy getaway. Situated just off the screened porch, the open door brings in the sounds of the lake and woods.
This master bedroom displays a more-is-more approach. Bravo to the beautiful screen above the headboard and the vaulted ceiling with its wood beams saved from an old barn. But the standing ovation goes to the abundant use of fabric. A green floral material wraps the walls like the woods outside and continues onto the bed, a bench, and the curtains. Accents such as the antique antlers, prints, and frames give the room even more mountain grandeur.
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