All of the main rooms on this neo-Georgian home's first floor are oriented toward the back of the house, with large French patio doors overlooking the pool and the garden. An oversized roofed porch attached to the family room wing has an outdoor fireplace, as do a second porch off the billiard room and a master bedroom balcony.
This luxurious master bedroom features a framed accent wall behind a gray upholstered headboard. White bed linens are given some accented texture with a faux fur throw. A pair of sophisticated neutral chairs are trimmed with nailhead and decorated with graphic throw pillows. A baby blue rug adds a soft touch of color to the design.
This room divider not only separates the master bedroom and sitting area from the bathroom, it also doubles as a headboard. "By adding a cantilevered shelf to the other side of the headboard, I was able to create a makeup vanity in the bathroom area, says Kimberley Selden, designer and owner of Kimberly Selden Design Group, Toronto, Canada.
The exterior roofline creates a gabled ceiling in the master bedroom of HGTV Green Home 2010, punctuated by bold colors and feminine touches. The four-poster bed, which carpenter David Brown crafted from old doors purchased at Habitat for Humanity, is dressed in a collection of mod pillows and organic cotton sateen sheets, block-printed by hand.
In the master bathroom of HGTV Dream Home 2014, a white acrylic tub overlooks the pine forest just outside, while a separate shower is lined in porcelain tile designed to look like weathered barn wood. A Roman shade, constructed of the same fabric used for pillows and window treatments in the master bedroom, can be drawn should privacy be required.
Ceiling beams break up the concrete, while an outdoor rug sets the foundation for comfort. Drapery provides coziness, but also privacy for this space, just off the master bedroom. Designer Bea Pila incorporated daybeds and sofas, as opposed to individual upright seating, to promote relaxation and connection. Tree trunk elements were incorporated to take away from a matched set look.
Rich, green stucco walls create an alluring atmosphere in this master bedroom retreat. HGTV Star contestant Abby Vasek hung beautiful draperies over the windows and created a romantic touch with custom-made linen bed panels. Later, she added a yellow leather and iron bench at the foot of the bed and a large commissioned piece of Western artwork above the couch (not pictured).
In the master bedroom, Naomi’s skill at blending patterns is once again on full display. The bed pillows, headboard and sheets all boast unique yet related patterns. A mud cloth bolster and embroidered suzani pillow add texture to the bed. And a custom headboard has been upholstered in a deep gray fabric. The neutral heavy color palette weaves the various pieces together.
The master bedroom has been designed to be a restful retreat. A mix of carved elements, Chinoiserie lamp shades and custom pillows have been used to craft a room that feels like a Parisian getaway. The pink pillows on the bed were designed by Camille. The ombre fringe in shades of coral and purple adds a colorful touch to the bed.
Go bold with color. Designer Steve McKenzie placed a circular mirror with a bright turquoise frame over an existing mirror in this bathroom as part of a Dwell with Dignity home update for families dealing with homelessness and poverty. This is a great way to draw the colors of a master bedroom into the bathroom, and can easily be installed in a rental.
This rustic master bedroom is a cozy retreat in Snowmass, Colo. Sheer creamy curtains are hung on metal rods at the ceiling, creating the illusion of a canopy bed around the gray upholstered bed. Gray boards break up the exposed wood walls for a touch of contemporary and to highlight the window seat, as well as the TV and fireplace.
The master bedroom has hardwood floors and a colorful area rug. A new chandelier, white shiplap walls and gray paint brighten the room and bring a modern feel to the house, as seen on HGTV Fixer Upper. Bright blue bed decor compliments the blue area rug and a floral throw pillow finishes off the bed with a pop of color.
This master bedroom seen on HGTV's Kitchen Cousins is a good example of how to turn old into new, without spending a lot of money. The Kitchen Cousins replaced the old carpet with new carpet tile by Flor, added new bed linens, and applied new paint. The old ceiling fan is gone and replaced with a simple modern light fixture.
Varied wall treatments add texture and interest in this streamlined master bedroom suite. At one end of the space, a reading nook takes advantage of the light from a wall of windows. Nearby, a desk is both functional and a pretty vignette. A wall-mounted TV and tailored bedding complete the space and give it the feel of a luxurious, well-appointed hotel.
Central to the master bedroom is an antique crystal Empire chandelier. The custom-designed bed is a contemporary, updated version of the renowned wing bed upholstered in Kravet silk and finished with nailheads. The bed is flanked by mirrored nightstands. French doors lead to an antique iron balcony from Argentina that affords the homeowners a private view of the lake
The stone exterior and tiled roof of this Austin, Texas, home draw inspiration from traditional Italian farmhouses, while the sleek, straight lines of the structure add a contemporary touch to the design. Placement of the home was intentional to capture views of the Texas Hill Country from both the front and back of the house. The master bedroom features views on both sides.
Light and refreshing, this sitting room just off the master bedroom features blue and green accents that reflect the ocean hues. A lovely mint green sofa and hexagonal coffee table with a marble top offers a place to sit and relax. In the opposite corner of the room, an X-based desk and neutral rolling chair form a bright and airy office nook.
Metallic plaster continues from the master bath into the master bedroom of this Mediterranean-inspired luxury estate. A cut stone fireplace adds elegance and warmth to the spacious room. Stone columns on either side of the bed support an arch outfitted with recessed reading lights. Draperies open and close with a button to block light for sleeping or reveal views from the tall windows during the day.