Subtle patterns and textures are the stars in the retreat-like neutral master bedroom at a Connecticut estate home. The watercolor-style lines of the focal wall offer the serene feel of either the desert or the beach, and the wall's tones are echoed in the finishes and fabrics throughout the space.
Steel-encased windows run from floor to ceiling on two sides of this modern, urban master bedroom, giving it a breathtaking city view. Variations of gray, blue, silver and gold dominate the color palette and provide a restful contrast to the urban din outside. Custom blackout curtains add pattern as well as privacy.
The homeowners wanted a light, bright, open space, so designers started with a neutral color palette to reflect the natural light let into the space from the windows and French doors on each side of the fireplace. Then, they brought in soft, luxurious fabrics that cover the headboard and footboard, the bed linens, sofa and armchair. Modern furnishings and a geometric rug finish off the design.
Taking advantage of the room's architecture, the recessed nook is transformed into a feature wall with gray panels and nailhead trim. The gray upholstered bed is flanked by contemporary sconces that provide task lighting without taking up nightstand surface space.
The printed bedding in this transitional master bedroom adds the perfect amount of whimsy to keep the space interesting while still remaining soothing in tone. A gorgeous blue-green upholstered headboard completes the sophisticated look of the room.
A custom sliding barn door serves as the transition from the bedroom to the master ensuite. The rich navy blue relates to the overall color story of the home and brings warmth to the bedroom. Reclaimed wood creates a rustic backdrop to the bed.
The windows in this Midcentury Modern bedroom added beautiful view, but weren't very cozy, so designers added new, traverse, raw silk drapery to provide privacy as well as protection from the morning sun. To give the space personality and add texture and depth, new bedding and furniture was added to the space, and funky accents, such as the antique Tabriz rug and the modern art statue, tie the space together.
Bold yellow weaves throughout the room, finally landing on either side of the bed where yellow table lamps provide light for the space while adding unique accent pieces that complement the curtains and the wallpaper.
It's easy to feel peaceful in the simple, modern space that is this master bedroom. The white upholstered bed visually disappears into the wall behind it and glass pendants and clean-lined nightstands add to the open, airy mood.
A vaulted ceiling and a marble fireplace surround add drama to this luxurious master bedroom. The floor feature planks of 125-year-old reclaimed wood, and a pair of French doors lead to a terrace overlooking the pool and a protected green space behind the Westlake, Texas, home.