Floor-to-ceiling windows framed with curtains let plenty of natural light into this airy luxury bedroom. Pale gray-green hues and an infusion of ivory keep the space soft yet sophisticated. The room, designed by Phoebe Howard for a Southeastern Designer Showhouse in Atlanta, also has a canopy bed, fireplace, desk, a variety of seating and a dominant photograph above the fireplace.
Add a monogram for a classic touch. A monogrammed antique linen sheet, paired with a contemporary coverlet and new pillows, creates a cozy place reminiscent of a luxury B&B. The detail on the Jenny Lind Spool bed, which can be found in antiques stores or on eBay, combines with the scalloped edge of the sheets for a complete look.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, the new master bedroom replaces the old office/bedroom. The original window has been enlarged to create a set of double doors with luxuriant window treatments that open onto the backyard. Several large wardrobes line the wall facing the bed, providing lots of storage. The doorway entrance was also moved further down the hall to accommodate the new door entrance into the room.
The bedroom vestibule by Mark D. Sikes has a tented ceiling using blue-and-white striped and ikat fabric from his collection with Schumacher during the 2018 Kips Bay Decorator Show House in New York City. The room also includes a carved table and fabric ottoman, matching lamps and vases and artwork.
With antique French and English touches, traditional design is a picture of elegance in a room nicknamed “The Classic Corner” by designer Patricia McLean for a Home for the Holidays house in Atlanta. A French gilt mirror is surrounded by antique botanical prints by Abraham Munting and Dutch landscapes with gilt rope frames. The French gilded candlesticks were wired as table lamps to give height to the cream-painted chest.
This grand master bedroom fuses hotel luxury with rustic elements like a reclaimed wood ceiling and a metal light fixture. The textured metal fireplace surround creates a unique and cozy sitting area by the fire.
A wall of French doors allows natural light to infiltrate this large bedroom, creating a sense of grandeur that fits with the rest of the luxurious home. A stately four poster bed and an animal hide rug complete the look.
In the master bedroom, the combination of glass, rammed earth, exposed concrete and the floating roof offers privacy yet does not dilute the incredible views of the golf course, city lights, mountains and Sonoran Desert sunsets. A premium-grade sliding door allows the occupant to step from the room directly into the cool waters of the infinity-edge pool and the waterfall, which cascades down to the lower level, providing passive cooling and the tranquil sound of water.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, this master bedroom loft features a vaulted ceiling, king size bed and 46" of head room. Three windows and a large skylight brighten the 56-square-foot space and give it a luxurious, spacious feel.
This luxury bedroom suite features multiple options for sitting and reclining, from the elegant upholstered bed, to the modern modular sofa near the fireplace, to the outdoor settee that's sited to take optimal advantage of the view. A wood plank vaulted ceiling adds drama and also a warm rusticity to the Tennessee space.
This luxury bedroom suite features a sleek gray paneled accent wall and a seating area that takes advantage of a large corner window. Pendant lighting is like jewelry for the room, and luxe bedding on the tall upholstered bed gives the room the feel of an upscale boutique hotel. The overall gray color scheme is chic and calming.
This is a dream home with a capital 'D'. Situated on the waterfront of Georgia's Sea Island, the luxury residence comes with seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a home gym (with a climbing wall, no less), game room and bunk room.