By Jason Romane. Bedroom. Published at Friday, February 09th, 2018 - 16:08:27 PM.
Bedrooms are the perfect setting for many things: While most experts recommend that you use them as sleeping chambers only, they have quickly become a venue for socializing (as anyone who has ever checked their Instagram feed in bed can tell you), a quiet place to get some work done (hence the proliferation of desks in a once-forbidden zone), or a sanctuary in which to escape the bustle of the outside world (preferably in a comfy armchair, good book in hand).
Perhaps your ideal way of getting ready for a new day is a refreshing shower. Indulge in the type with multiple shower heads, which can double up as a sauna after a workout. Perhaps you’ve always dreamed of winding down in a whirlpool tub after a long day, or you’re a fan of the classic clawfoot tub. A designer can help you put together exactly what you are looking for.
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.
Make your master bedroom truly your own personal retreat by adding pieces that have special meaning and reflect your style, interests and personality. Hang your favorite piece of art over the bed, add a collection of black-and-white photos to the sitting area or choose an accent wall with a bold color.
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