Natural light floods through floor-to-ceiling windows into this contemporary master bedroom. A glass door opens out to the backyard. Layered, bohemian rugs bring warmth and color to this white bedroom.
This quaint balcony right off the master bedroom might be small but smart, simple furnishings make it a great outdoor sitting area. Traditional sconces stand out against the stone wall for added character.
This new third floor master bedroom was created out of the home's previous attic area. The spacious room features two large closets, a walk-out balcony, and ensuite bathroom with double vanities, soaking tub and glass shower.
The master bedroom includes a quaint sitting area by the window to showcase the waterfront view. Dark wood flooring contrasts beautifully with the soft gray walls, and artwork and throw pillows add a dash of color to the palette.
This master bedroom combines contemporary design with warm and neutral tones. The walls are painted a deep red and frame a curtain-covered doorway that opens in to an attached master bathroom. Vanities with mirrors above flank the doorway and a houndstooth armchair finishes the room.
Fit for royalty, this master bedroom has class and sophistication. Dramatic curtains drape around the window and headboard, while a crystal chandelier suspends from above. Upholstered chairs on either side of the bed ensure there's a place for the avid reader to enjoy a good book (or two). A bench at the foot of the bed helps with getting dressed and ready for the day.
This master bedroom exemplifies the power of white. It feels open and airy yet restful at the same time — few other colors can pull this off with such finesse. Painting your room white will make an otherwise simple space feel modern and exciting. You can also soften and cozy up a bright white space by layering in accessories with yellow undertones, such as cream and ivory.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, the new master bedroom replaces the old office/bedroom. The original window has been enlarged to create a set of double doors with luxuriant window treatments that open onto the backyard. Several large wardrobes line the wall facing the bed, providing lots of storage. The doorway entrance was also moved further down the hall to accommodate the new door entrance into the room.
In the master bedroom, David and Kortney wanted to create a space that would feel bright and open like the rest of the house, but would still have its own, distinctive style, so they chose to anchor this space in a soft blue rather than mint, giving the space a more romantic feel. Large windows with airy, white curtains help to add to that feeling, while a neutral rug and neutral chair help to tie the space together.
Lands of contrast, flickering lights, paisleys and palm trees along the Nile are just a few of the motifs that inspired Charlotte’s design. Straying away from the traditional blue and white color palette, she instead draped the bedroom in shades of periwinkle and cream. Tropical and worldly touches placed throughout create this beautiful “bedroom of visual memories (a place to dream).”
Clothed in white, this master suite is a peaceful place to rest your head. A honeycomb patterned ceiling adds a bit of texture to the design, and plush seating offer a spot to relax and enjoy a good book.