Transitional Master Bedroom With Neutral Upholstered Bed and Headboard
A window above this master bedroom's built in window seat allows natural light to illuminate the space. Neutral upholstery covers the bed and headboard, while white floating nightstands are positioned on either side. A bench seat sits at the foot of the bed.
Welcome to a tranquil and inviting master suite that is filled with natural light. This space grants a serene retreat to those looking for a relaxing abode complete with outdoor views through three large windows.
Layering a faux fur rug over the graphic-patterned carpet brings extra plushness and helps to define the reading nook in this master bedroom. A classic blue-and-white color palette is used in the armchair and Roman shades.
This space has a zen blue wall color, Nelson Blue by Benjamin Moore. Its grey, blue and green tones change in different lights and is soft and soothing. The vaulted ceilings allow for a canopy bed and chandelier, without making the space feel confined.
In this master bedroom modern farmhouse meets upscale sophistication. Using bold elements like the metal frame canopy bed in conjunction with unexpected light, airy pastels for the color palette, designer Mollie Openshaw was able to create a space that makes a statement, but is also restful and serene.
Navy and white create a chic contrasting color palette in this sophisticated master bedroom. A tufted upholstered headboard makes a dramatic statement, while abstract art adds a contemporary touch to the space.
In the master bedroom, David and Kortney wanted to create a space that would feel bright and open like the rest of the house, but would still have its own, distinctive style, so they chose to anchor this space in a soft blue rather than mint, giving the space a more romantic feel. Large windows with airy, white curtains help to add to that feeling, while a neutral rug and neutral chair help to tie the space together.
This serene blue master retreat has rustic elements seen in the chandelier, sliding barn door and white-washed hardwood floors. The canopy bed brings a inviting look to this space and is the percent addition with the vaulted ceilings.