The master bedroom is a calm retreat from everyday life. A tall tufted headboard makes a dramatic statement and is paired with crisp white linens and graphic-patterned pillows. The floor-to-ceiling fireplace adds warmth to the cool white palette.
This neutral master bedroom boasts a hotel chic look. The multitude of glossy and flat textures punctuates the soft, neutral tones of the space. The lamps accentuate the chandelier's brass frame, while the sleek shapes contrast the chandelier's romantic sparkle.
A corner of this master bedroom was turned into a sweet reading nook with a simple chair and a twinkly overhead light. A houseplant adds organic texture and the basket is an easy (and tidy) place to stash a blanket.
Paint is one of the most impactful ways to change the look of a room. In this master bedroom, navy blue is a rich, luxurious choice. The yellow armchair and pendant connect the room with the cheery hues in the bathroom.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, homeowners Matthew and Christina Eason, with the help of designer Tracy McCormick, turned the master bedroom suite of their Moorpark, California, home into a spacious retreat with a calm, neutral bay window seating area.
To ensure that the master bedroom was equal parts playful and dramatic, the designer paired a tufted headboard with modern bedside lamps. Throw pillows in a variety of styles and textures enhance the eclectic look, inviting the homeowner to relish in comfort.
The entire second floor of this home was transformed into a master bedroom suite. The master bathroom keeps things serene with a pale gray and white palette. Luxe details like heated floors and a walk-in shower are ready to pamper occupants.
The home's open concept living area is at the center of the layout, with two master bedrooms on either side. Two sleeping lofts sit atop those bedrooms. And for easy outdoor access, a waterfront porch stretches along the back of the house.
The long length of a rustic six-drawer sideboard used as a dresser in this master bedroom was a perfect fit for the wall space between the bedroom door to the hallway and the glass door that leads to the screened porch outside.
A bed of local river stone serves as both a decorative border to the patio and a drainage system that keeps water from the home's foundation in front of the balcony attached to the master bedroom at the HGTV Dream Home 2011.
A classic master bedroom is equal parts masculine and feminine featuring a soft blue color scheme with a slightly nautical feel. Iconic furniture pieces, such as a Windsor chair, Shaker-style side table and an iron bed, ensure this room’s timeless appeal.
The master bedroom features a brown concrete floor and taupe textured walls. The closet doors are wood with a panel of frosted glass, while the platform bed utilizes harmonious colors to create a restful setting. A fiery red bedspread livens up the space.
His and hers walk-in closets give decadent scope to the master bedroom. Her closet has shelving up to the ceiling, a dresser, tons of room for hanging clothes and a vanity in the back. A chandelier glamorously finishes off the space.
This view is the one that can be seen from the deck of the second story of this modern home. The deck surrounds the master bedroom and faces the city, allowing the couple to relax and enjoy the views just outside their window.
Texture, rather than color, is what makes the design this master bedroom so interesting. From the subtle texture of the wallpaper to the tufting on the headboard and the herringbone pattern of the flooring, this neutrally colored space is anything but boring.
In the master bedroom, a sofa provides seating or a spot to curl up with a book. The neutral fabric has a slight sheen to it, which helps it stand out from the wall and adds a bit of glamour to the room.
By pairing crisp white accessories like bed linens, a nightstand and a lamp, this transitional master bedroom is able to remain bright and airy despite olive-colored walls. The custom DIY headboard, pillows and bedspread are neutral, helping to tie the room together.
To make a stunning frame for this master bedroom's harbor view, the designers customized a round set of windows and doors that practically fill up one entire wall. The pale palette of the room's interior also draws attention to the outdoor scenery.