To say this bedroom is spacious is underestimating things. Cathedral-like ceilings and window walls on both sides make the feeling vast and open. In all, the home has three ensuite guest bedroom suites and a master bedroom.
This en-suite master bathroom is narrow but spacious with curved white soaking tub, marble and mosaic tile floors and a double-sink vanity. The bathroom connects to a dressing area that goes through to the master bedroom.
Balconies, decks and patios make sure that every inch of outdoor space is utilized. The top floor houses the master bedroom suite. The bottom has a large family and game room, as well as another bedroom and bathroom.
This sitting room is the epitome of style with boxy armchairs, a cool light fixture and a large fireplace. Dark walls with mirrored panels add visual richness and depth to the room that's just off the master bedroom.
Subtle design decisions help counterbalance the low ceiling in this master bedroom, which was dictated by the room's roof structure. The ceiling's low-profile wood pattern creates drama, and an extra tall headboard helps visually elongate the space.
Crisp white walls instantly breathe life back into this master bedroom, making the space feel fresh for its youthful owners. Vibrant artwork decorates the hallway outside and offers a glimpse of the fun color palette that's to come.
The master bedroom has a cozy reading corner thanks to a floor lamp and well-worn club chair upholstered in a rich-looking oxblood vinyl. A crate flipped over feels right at home as a convenient side table.
Aptly named "House of Wonder," this home in Seattle, Wash., is like a kaleidoscope of color and pattern. With their handcrafted starburst design, these wood doors outside of the master bedroom set the tone for what's to come.
In the master bedroom, a black canopy bed positively pops against a neutral backdrop. Twin nightstands with lamps give the owners a place to keep their evening essentials, while the bench serves as a comfortable spot for reading.
A dramatic wooden bed is the centerpiece of this mountain chalet master bedroom. Scenic photography makes a beautiful statement on the wall, and navy curtains flank sliding wood doors that lead out to the balcony overlooking Vail, Colo.
As seen on HGTV's Design Star, designer Cathy Hobbs created a tranquil oasis in this master bedroom by using neutral colors and soft fabrics. A dark headboard and matching nightstands contrast the light palette without overwhelming the space.
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.
Cozy up to your loved one by the gorgeous fireplace in the master bedroom of this Kenilworth, IL mansion. The interior paneling, exposed beam and marble tie together nicely to complement the rest of the home's contemporary design.
Simple makes a statement in this master bedroom retreat. By using tone-on-tone neutrals, a spectacular headboard is allowed to shine through. Another nice touch, clear glass table lamps bring style without added clutter or visual space
This spacious master bedroom pops with Kelly-green walls and a green ceiling. A hardwood floor provides a warm grounding for the cool white furniture. The canopy bed features puddled drapes for a private, romantic place to sleep.
To add another seating option to the office space that is located just off the master bedroom, designers brought in a funky lounge chair-the perfect place for a break or for curling up with a good book.
Floral-patterned wallpaper and a zebra-print rug add eye-catching touches to this master bedroom. Wall sconces, a potted plant, a large vase and a small sculpture mirror the red of the flowers in the wallpaper pattern.
Symmetrical details ensure that this master bedroom feels nice and balanced. Two black-and-white pieces of art anchor the bed, while matching table lamps and dressers give each of the owners a spot for their evening essentials.