Trying to find a bed that was a centerpiece without being overwhelming was a challenge but designer Kim Scodro was able to settle on this 24k gold encrusted bed. Subtle hints of gold give it enough sheen to call the eye without being over the top.
Those blue hues extend from the rug to the plaid pillows, making the master bedroom feel calm and cohesive. With an ultra-soft duvet, the owners will have no trouble falling asleep in here after a long day.
A very sculptural gold mirror adds eye-catching texture over the bed. A graphic wallpaper resembling dripping paint, features a sheen finish caught in the natural light from the window. A pair of matching end tables and pendant lights are placed at either side of the bed framing the simple black bed frame and black and white bed linens.
The master bedroom includes a custom wood bed that features niche shelving and built-in nightstands on either side of the bed. A light wood ceiling and darker hardwood flooring complete this mod design.
The bedroom utilizes the angled roof line to frame the moveable and convertible bed and is accented by bold blues and gray colors. The bed can be place at the headboard/couch or placed in front of the window for a beautiful lake view. After the master suite renovation by licensed contractor Chip Wade, the Van Hattum's now have a beautiful master suite and bathroom which combines their love for the old world style and modern conveniences in Atlanta, Georgia. Before the renovation, the previous homeowners left a half-finished suite, an angled roofline and lots of unused space, as seen on HGTV's Elbow Room. (after)