By Marcellette Valerian. Bedroom. Published at Thursday, September 21st, 2017 - 15:55:13 PM.
Sweet dreams are guaranteed when you have a beautiful place to rest your head. When you're ready for a redo, we've got you covered with master bedroom decorating ideas that are sure to help you create the tranquil retreat you’ve been longing for. Even the most minute change—from toning down your color palette with calming spa-like colors to adding ultra plush accents like a down duvet and throw pillows—can infuse serenity into your space. If you’re ready for a full overhaul, we can help you there too. Some of our favorite master bedroom ideas include custom headboards that allow you to make a statement with scale, color, and pattern, installing wall-to-wall seagrass rugs for a soft surface on bare feet and even outfitting the entire space with luxe details like oversized light fixtures and antique accent furniture.
Evoking the clear summer sky and calm waters, the color blue is a perennial favorite, especially in bedrooms, where it creates the feel of a true sanctuary. The custom blue wall finish in this sophisticated waterfront bedroom nods to sea and sky but also embraces the comfortable feel of chambray, proving that elegance and ease do mix. Traditional damask and check prints bring traditional beauty, but they're used in moderation with plenty of solids—in both blue and white—to keep a calm, contemporary mood. Brass accents are the perfect complement to the blue palette.
Stylishly simplified, the bedroom is as easy on the eyes as it is on the body. A modern four-poster bed bridges past and present and gives the otherwise contemporary space a dash of Southern romanticism. A quilted silk duvet in a soft shade of gray, navy pillows, and an antique needlepoint lumbar pillow in navy and white highlight the bed. A fresh coat of white paint freshens the room without making it too bright to be relaxing. Contemporary patterned fabric panels draw the eye to the windows and to the view beyond.
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.
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