This bedroom corner, designed by Gregory Augustine, provides a comfortable spot to rest and read in the afternoon. Artwork was interestingly hung below the windowsill to be enjoyed at eye level while seated.
A floor-to-ceiling corner window allows natural light to illuminate this master bedroom. A gray and white patterned bed linens cover the cherry wood bed frame, while the matching nightstand is positioned to its right. A nearby gray love seat and flat screen television create a separate sitting area for relaxing.
The overall color look is neutral with pops of bold color creating a modern feel for the design. The red-toned wood of the dresser pops agains the gray-toned hardwood floor and beige wall coloring. Red flowers and a black spiked sphere compliment the tones in the area rug with gold wall embellishments traveling upward to fill the empty wall space.
In the entrance to the couple's master suite, designers created a conversation corner for the homeowners. This space boasts two comfortable chairs and a small table and is surrounded by pieces from the couple's art collection. This vignette gives the homeowners a great place to enjoy a cup of coffee and discuss their art.
This urban oasis home found in Austin, TX, features three total bedrooms, with this one stationed on the corner of the home. The carpeted bedroom offers a modern light fixture, white walls and a blue accent rug, while the bed is flanked by two large windows.
Grounded by graphic blue-and-white carpeting, the cozy master bedroom uses shades of blue throughout the entire space. A pinstriped wingback chair and cigarette table create a small reading corner by the window.
This contemporary master bedroom features a corner window seat with gray, white, and blue accent pillows, white roman shades, a picture light highlighting custom artwork, tray ceiling and crown moulding, built-in entertainment center with storage and glass shelving, as well as beautiful hardwood floors
This sparse master bedroom is the picture of elegance. Coordinating pillows and bench make the space feel tidy and neat, and white linens echo the clean, comfortable feel of the room. The unique bed and headboard feature curved corners, and simple art and a bedside lamp perfect the simplicity of the space.
If you’re outfitting a space that’s small or has awkward design features, custom-made furnishings may be the best option. Case in point: this elegant guest room. “The bed was designed for a room that had door locations that inhibited twin beds from being placed side by side as they typically are,” explains designer Chandos Dodson Epley. “We went with the corner-style headboard to provide more floor space and a walkway in the bedroom. It also created a cozy nook for the clients’ two young granddaughters.”