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Stone Double Fireplace in Contemporary Master Bedroom
A double-sided stacked stone fireplace is a stunning focal point in the center of this elegant master bedroom. Comfortable chairs sit on one side for a cozy seating area, while a platform bed is situated between picturesque windows with beautiful views.
The simple canopy bed features a tufted gray headboard and is flanked by elegant white nightstands and traditional sconces. The locally-made master bedroom furniture is made from all-natural and eco-friendly materials, including sustainably-farmed hardwood, no glues and low-VOC paint.
Paneled Accent Wall Adds Interest to White Bedroom
Paneling behind the bed creates immediate texture and interest, establishing an understated focal point in this crisp white bedroom. A bold orange reading lamp with a flexible arm offers a vibrant splash of color.
Washed out wood floors and soaring white ceilings give this master bedroom a bright, open feel. A simple wrought iron canopy bed with billowy white curtains enhances the airiness of the space. An oatmeal-colored rug helps define the sleeping area.
Light-Filled Eclectic Master Bedroom With Canopy Bed
A towering canopy bed draws you into this master bedroom, and the lofty layering of bedding invites you to stay. A generous sprinkling of details completes the eclectic space: groupings of framed artwork, a pair of tufted ottomans and an antique chest standing in for a nightstand.
In the master bedroom of a California mid-century modern home, designers Diego Monchamp and Ryan Brown of Brown Design Group took a bold approach to the asymmetrical architecture, emphasizing it with the contrasting colors of the walls and ceiling. “We used a spectrum of grays and blues, including a steel-blue wallcovering, throughout the room to make it feel sophisticated and neutral,” says Monchamp. “Wood elements always complement these muted tones.”
For homeowners who enjoy travel and geography, a mural of the Earth is an inspired choice for the master bedroom. Because of the wall-sized mural, furniture needed to be simple, so the designers added a midcentury modern dresser, a glass lamp and just a few accessories. Lamp: Marset table lamp
Neutral tones of moss, gray, brown, and blue create a relaxing and playful retreat in the master bedroom. The natural elements balance with the custom painted Visit Washington mural that gives the space a vintage Northwestern vibe.
The walls in this eclectic master bedroom are hand painted with the wide lime green stripes. The intricate floral bedding balances the sharp lines created by the stripes. An upholstered monogrammed bed is an elegant touch that makes the room feel personal.