Dressed in elegant neutrals and whites, the canopy bed makes a statement in the center of this cottage-inspired master bedroom. Distressed nightstands with antiqued mirror inlays flank the bed, while an elegant area rug adds softness underfoot.
Sweeping Lake Views, Vaulted Ceiling, Empire Chandelier Set Scene in Master Bedroom
The master bedroom in this North Palm Beach, Fla., cottage enjoys sweeping views of Little Lake Worth. A beaded empire chandelier and vaulted ceiling add a touch of elegance without stealing the scene.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, in the master bedroom of this 1950s ranch house new large windows were added to brighten the space. The room also got fresh paint, crown molding and a stylized chandelier.
A few steps up from the larger sitting area is a small nook that's transformed into a cozy bedroom. Whitewashed wood plank walls lighten the room, while windows help to expand the space visually. Narrow wicker tables act as nightstands and a pair of sconces hang on opposite walls for reading lights.
Those floral patterns continue into the master bedroom, adding a cheerful pop of pink to the otherwise neutral suite. French doors can be opened for more natural light and airflow, or closed to enjoy a night by the fire.
This bright and breezy master bedroom is an addition to a formerly drab, dated bungalow in Jamestown, a small island off the coast of Rhode Island. The whole-house renovation turned the space into a bright and charming home painted in bright whites and soft blues, reflecting the owner's love of the ocean. In this space, a sitting area leads to a cozy bedroom nook with white furniture and ample light.
A sweet nightstand with a wide surface provides a spot for a reading lamp, fresh flowers and a few select accessories that add personality to the HGTV Dream Home 2015 bedroom. Since the master bedroom is so spacious, a large nightstand works to anchor the space.
Vaulted Ceiling, Corner Cabinet Keeps Lake Views Unobstructed
A corner cabinet offers storage without obstructing the stunning views of Little Lake Worth in North Palm Beach, Fla., through the windows of this serene master bedroom. The natural tones of the vaulted wood ceiling and the beaded empire chandelier create a cottage look in this coastal home.
A rustic table pairs with woven chairs and a deep red rug for a workspace or breakfast spot in this open, airy master bedroom. A comfortable leather sofa makes for a perfect reading nook, while up the center stairs is a cozy bed dressed in patterned quilts.
This 1960s ranch-style home is refreshed with a clean, airy new vibe that still celebrates the home’s unique architectural style. In the master bedroom, a light, romantic concept is incorporated in a monotone color palette. and the result is a space filled to the brim with a sense of spa-like serenity.
This large bedroom, which opens onto a courtyard area, includes a private eating and cooking area and bathroom. Wooden ceiling beams and blue and white details give the space a charming cottage atmosphere.
The large space is transformed into a spacious master bedroom, complete with cozy sitting area and cottage-inspired dining table and chairs. Stairs lead up to a cozy iron bed dressed in patterned quilt, while painted white wood planks from the walls to ceiling make the room light and bright.
Simply elegant, a canopy bed is the centerpiece of this expansive master bedroom. The sitting area pairs a linen sofa with a tufted ottoman and wingback chair for a cozy, relaxing spot to read a book or sit and chat. Two area rugs help to define the separate areas of the space.
The homeowners set out to refresh their 1960s ranch-style home with a clean, airy new vibe while still celebrating the home’s unique architectural style. A light, romantic atmosphere is evoked through the beautifully dressed canopy bed and cozy siting area, which pairs a soft linen sofa and nesting end tables.
This cozy attic bedroom was insulated with spray foam then covered with sheetrock to create an open-air master suite complete with a bedroom, bathroom and seating area. The original wood floors give the room a warm feel, and are balanced nicely by clean white and coral bedding.
The carriage house suite was designed to accentuate air and light, as evidenced by the large windows and open beam ceiling. By placing fine antiques and luxurious fabrics in this rustic environment, guests are treated to the same level of comfort and elegance established in the main house. The suite features hand-scraped reclaimed pecan floors.