Built-in shelves flank an elegant fireplace in this cozy sitting area off the master bedroom. Creamy curtains dress the floor-to-ceiling windows to provide privacy and block out light for a restful night's sleep. A sophisticated wingback chair and linen sofa are paired with a tufted ottoman, creating the perfect spot to watch TV or read a book.
A long and narrow bedroom can be a challenge. Designer Angelo Surmelis created two distinct spaces: a cozy bed area and a separate entertainment area just for relaxing. Angelo's Tip: Create multiple functional zones in a large room for a hotel suite-like feel.
There's much more to this master bedroom than the sleeping quarters. Low-slung sofas and a graphic area rug create a comfy seating area at the foot of the bed. Floating nightstands and low-hung pendant lights add an element of surprise beside the bed.
The remodel of this seaside home, located in Del Mar, California, included simplifying and opening up the floor plan, as seen here where a comfortable seating area leads into an adjacent bedroom. Large retractable glass doors blur the lines between inside and outside and create a year-round resort environment.
The sitting room just off the master suite gives the homeowners a cozy, private space to entertain, separate from the master bedroom. The area has a magnificent view of the property as well as balcony access.
Making the most of the large master bedroom space, the area next to the windows is transformed into a comfortable sitting area. It's the perfect spot for watching TV and reading a book. Creamy curtains are hung high on the wall to match the scale of the room, while an area rug defines the space.
A hand-knotted rug, inspired by the design of old garden gates and damask prints, anchors the master bedroom's private sitting room and pairs well with the room's diverse collection of upholstery fabrics.
To make this guest bedroom feel a little more like home, designers added a sitting room to the space. This space features a custom sofa with scalloped nailhead detail and a custom ottoman, both by Coddington Design, a cream leather, vintage Henredon can chair, wallpaper by Osborne and Little and a wool rug.
In this bedroom space, designers wanted to keep the space feeling clean and bright like the rest of the home, so they kept the color palette neutral and warm with a subtle, gray and white look. For a little extra comfort, a sitting area was added to the room and is separated from the main bedroom space by a curtain that adds privacy to both spaces.
A houndstooth fabric presented in a shade of cobalt covers the room's classic loveseat. Framed photos, displayed at waist height, a potted boxwood and a porcelain, hand-painted urn lend visual interest.
A cozy sitting area features a pair of leather chairs that match the bed's masculine-style headboard. Interesting ceiling details and gorgeous windows above the traditional nightstands give the room a unique, detail-oriented quality.