By Jason Romane. Bedroom. Published at Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017 - 13:15:08 PM.
In this master bedroom, the homeowner was going for a gentleman-architect vibe with wool blackout curtains, cream walls, a tufted headboard, and a collection of sketches that he did while traveling through Italy.
Light-drenched window nooks, exposed timber beams, and mountain cabin-inspired furniture make this master bedroom a retreat unto itself. Antique prints of regional wildlife, along with floral-themed drapery, also reference the home’s forested location.Light-drenched window nooks, exposed timber beams, and mountain cabin-inspired furniture make Cow Rock Cottage’s master bedroom a retreat unto itself. Antique prints of regional wildlife, along with floral-themed drapes, also reference the home’s forested location.
It’s often the subtle details that make or break the look of a space. The key, explains Ryan, is to create cohesion. For this modern ensuite, the designers strategically chose metal faucets that coordinate with the other dark accents in the room – including the shower door hinges.
Do you ever notice you’re more drawn to rooms decorated with plants? Fresh florals have always made fabulous decor accents, but they’re also known for improving your home’s air quality, as well as being mood boosters. By adding plant life to your bedroom, you’ll find it becomes a more livable place that you’ll both want to spend more time in, too.
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