This gorgeously bright master bedroom features soft blue hues, a large floral area rug and a pair of blue velvet armchairs. The plush bedding has layers of mixed throw pillows creating beautiful texture, while floral art brightens the inviting space.
To replace the red-tinted trim of an outdated bedroom, a light cream color was chosen to give the bedroom a softer feel. From there, the rest of the redesign was a piece of cake, resulting in the warm, stylish bedroom the homeowners had hoped for.
Julie and Steve Avalo's master bedroom after the transformation, as seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. Team Drew replaced the old wallpaper and worn out carpet with a fresh coat of paint and new hardwood floors, and updated the sitting room with fresh upholstered furniture.
Long, sheer curtains create privacy without blocking all natural light from this bedroom. The white leather headboard rests against a light-colored woodgrain room divider creating separate sections while keeping the room open. Art above the bed adds a pop of bright color to the neutral room.
In the master bedroom, designers anchored the space in a soft, mint green to showcase the couple's warm, honey colored, antique bedroom suite. Then, they added white bed linens to keep the room feeling light and airy.
This master bedroom is complete with a beautiful view of the ocean. The large double windows let light into the space, but when it's time for bed, the padded walls and room darkening curtains seal out light and make the space the perfect place for a little "R and R."
To add timeless elegance, the master suite is covered in shades of lavender and lilac along with classic-style furnishings. A heavy mix of black and silver keeps the pastel tones from being overly feminine.
In the master bedroom, the homeowner wanted a bright, airy, feminine space, so designers started with a subtle, elegant pink wall color. For contrast, they added strategic accents of a darker shade, such as the repurposed canopy bed. To give the bedroom an airy feel, designers added white, wispy curtains to help diffuse the light let in from the floor to ceiling windows in the space.
Keeping a muted color palette in a room is a sure-fire way to ensure a sense of serenity, especially in a bedroom. Harmonious shades of aqua and white bounce around the room with eye-catching textural and pattern changes. A soffit provides the perfect placement for recessed lighting above the bed.