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.
An antique French wallpaper design covers the walls in this master bedroom. The bed is accented with a hand-smocked half canopy of sheer Swiss Batiste and the headboard and foot board are covered in traditional blue upholstery.
Like the master bedroom, this bathroom is simple yet sophisticated. Twin mirrors and chrome pedestal sinks give the owners plenty of elbow room to get ready in the morning, while a glass shower brings up the far corner.
This master bedroom is a relaxing getaway that doesn't skimp on comfort. Its reclaimed wood ceiling, set against Behr Salt Glaze walls, is the main attraction. A Pottery Barn quilt and shams is highlighted by Thibaut custom pillows.
Note the free-standing tub in the corner of the master bedroom in this home in Malibu, Calif. This is a Pamela Anderson signature design touch. The room also features a double poured concrete sink and teak cabinets.
The printed bedding in this transitional master bedroom adds the perfect amount of whimsy to keep the space interesting while still remaining soothing in tone. A gorgeous blue-green upholstered headboard completes the sophisticated look of the room.
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 palette.
A built-in daybed is tucked in a cozy nook in this master bedroom. Comfortable striped cushions match the room's pale green walls, and built-in storage underneath provides the perfect spot to stow away your afternoon read.
The side wall of this home's lower level disappears allowing unfettered access to the backyard and its amazing views. An automated shade can descend from the slot in the ceiling to give privacy to the master bedroom above.
As seen on HGTV's Flipping the Block, Amanda Marks and her boyfriend Curtis Goldin layered textures and patterns to create a charming cottage-style master bedroom. The upholstered headboard features nail head trim – a subtle but elegant accent.
The master bedroom features a see-through fireplace with a view into the master bath. A TV screen is hidden in the master bath mirror. The shower features a full-height glass window that overlooks the San Francisco Bay.
The glass walls of this shower room, just off the master suite, allows the bather to enjoy the beautiful Mount Olympus views, just like the retractable window walls in the master bedroom accentuate the beauty of the surrounding mountains.
A spacious master bath connects to the two master bedrooms at this luxury penthouse. A soothing neutral palette and glass doors evoke a spa-like feel. Sleek fixtures, frameless mirrors and a floating double vanity complete the modern design.
Raw steel railings are paired with hardwood floors to create a contemporary staircase and hallway design. Black shutter barn doors open up to a sleek master bedroom, featuring a canopy bed, cozy white area rug and yellow abstract art.
This master bedroom is oh-so-soothing thanks to heather gray walls and crisp white bedding. Royal blue pillows complement the armchair in the corner, where the owners can switch on a table lamp and read into the evening.
The penthouse at West End Avenue is a study in proportion and light. The spacious master bedroom welcomes tons of natural light with floor-to-ceiling windows, a wall of closets for storage and an ultra comfy neutral rug.
Breathtaking views of Manhattan fill this polished master bedroom with red and white accents and animal print window seat. A large spherical floor lamp sits beside the comfy bed with silk sheets and a black-and-white accent wall.
The master bedroom has a refined style. "This is much more formal than any other room in the house, but the bold color makes it a little more fun and not really stuffy," says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.