A quiet transitional sitting area in the master bedroom invites relaxation with soft textures and a pale gray and ivory palette. A light gray upholstered chaise lounge chair is the perfect place to curl up in the warm natural light to read a book or relax in the glow from a transitional tripod floor lamp.
With access to a stunning balcony, this light and airy master bedroom is a welcome retreat. The classic four-poster bed and chaise lounge are placed to enjoy views of the landscape beyond. This exceptional Georgian estate in Bel-Air, Calif., was built in 1929 by architect Paul Williams and recently underwent a complete restoration.
Layered blues are prominent in the master bedroom's seating area. From the navy blue of the draperies and the teal tone of the console table to the blue-violets and peacock blues of the chair upholstery and pillows, this layering effect adds depth and keeps the otherwise tone-on-tone color scheme from falling flat.
As seen on HGTV's Flipping the Block, husband and wife team John and Whitney Spinks created a midcentury modern retreat in their master bedroom in Glendale, Calif. They chose a bright white paint and then stenciled a herringbone pattern in graduated shades of aquamarine on two walls. Yellow chevron curtains provide contrast and additional pattern.
Just off the master bedroom in the 2014 HGTV Dream Home is this artfully decorated sitting room. Red velvet armchairs with graceful lines cozy up to a sleek modern fireplace, while a neutral rug helps to lighten the dark trim and hardwood floor. Coordinating throw pillows and drapes keep the look unified yet relaxed.
Just off the master bedroom is a spacious master bath featuring two dressing areas and a step down shower room that gives the feeling of a spa-like oasis. One theme of this showhouse was the variety of high quality artwork and novel ways to display it including this embroidery displayed on a stand-alone easel.
The shower stall in the master bathroom of HGTV Urban Oasis 2013 is clad floor to ceiling in a mix of tumbled marble and glass mosaic tile. A window, carved into the wall, provides views into the master bedroom and through windows beyond. A roller shade mounted above the picture window may be drawn when privacy is required.
Part of a new addition to the back of the home that includes the master bedroom and master bath above, the lounge-worthy living room is located just two steps down from the kitchen and open dining room. This nice-sized space with tons of windows offers an ideal spot for entertaining and relaxing while enjoying outdoor views.
The open concept master bedroom and bathroom mixes sleek lines with a soothing neutral color palette. The spa bathtub is the perfect spot to relax, while lots of glass is used throughout the space to maintain the open atmosphere. Skylights bring natural light into the bedroom, where a platform bed is flanked by sleek sconces and chic nightstands.
The simple furnishings and color scheme of this bedroom seem a perfect complement for a good night's sleep! The heaping arrangement of gray and white pillows and the darker gray throw also add to its calm setting. This design is perfect for a master bedroom or for a guest bedroom, if you wish to provide a no frills approach.
This view shows the close location between bench area and cabinet by the corridor off the great room that leads to the home’s impressive master suite, a very warm space with canopy bed made from iron. Both the corridor and the master bedroom are painted the same rich and warm shade of rust for good flow.
Layering is an important element in Beltran's design. As in the bathroom, in the bedroom the layers begin from the ground up. Here, a simple black and white striped rug becomes the anchor that connects every other black and white element in the master bedroom from the stools to the art for a cohesive and sophisticated look.
An elegant sitting area offers a comfortable retreat area in the master bedroom at a Connecticut estate. A plush gray sofa creates a place to enjoy abundant daylight streaming through the picture windows and round transom windows above. The lucite table provides a place for a cup of coffee or book without adding visual weight to the serene space.
Designers wanted to make the most of the small master bedroom space in the cottage, so they used a neutral color on the walls to reflect the light from outside, making the space look brighter. Then, they added a window seat that conceals storage and an armchair resting next to a floor lamp for versatile seating options.
This cozy master bedroom features a stone fireplace, which designer Susan Brunstrum accentuated by keeping the furnishings simple and the colors monochromatic. The dark wood of the mantel complements the woodwork in the room and the shutters Brunstrum employed to keep the sun at bay. The upholstered, French-style armchairs are lovely accents pieces in front of the fireplace.
You can see why a space like this is called a great room. The room connects the entry, living room, kitchen and family room with its tall vintage timber beams and openness to the upstairs master bedroom. Seating from the convertible sofas allows for flexibility in the large space, and the dining room beyond has an amazing ocean view.
Using neutral tones, traditional details and handsome textiles creates the feeling of luxury and grandeur in this large, stunning master bedroom. A nailhead-detailed dresser beautifully balances the tufted headboard and upholstered chairs in the seating area. Soft bedding and sheer curtains add tenderness to the space while a tray ceiling breaks up the scale of the room.
The custom wood headboard in this stylish master bedroom extends out from the bed into built-in nightstands. White walls and floors capitalize on the spacious design and allow the scenic view from the window to act as a natural accent. A piece of graffiti art complements the urban environment while adding a touch of bright color.