This buttercream master bedroom features a traditional bed and headboard with black and white bed linens and floral pillows. Two wooden armchairs with striped cushions create a relaxing sitting area, while a glass door provides access to the outdoor patio area.
A glass door not only grants patio access to this master bedroom, but it also fills the space with loads of natural light. Crisp white walls and white curtains amplify the light, making the room feel bright and airy.
This transitional master bedroom features French doors that open to the pool, which create a private resort-like feel. Wall-to-wall curtains add texture and interest as well as draw the eye to the doors and out onto the patio. Vaulted ceilings and a stunning chandelier add drama and height to this cozy space.
Just outside the large French doors of the master bedroom, a small offset of the patio awaits. Here, a deck area provides intimate seating, offering a private area for the homeowners. Since it is connected to the larger patio area, though, the space could serve as an extension to the outdoor entertaining space, allowing the homeowners more room to enjoy family and friends.
This simple master bedroom features a neutral palette, offering a soft, relaxing vibe to the space. Black nightstands with painted metallic designs frame a taupe bed, while black French doors provide patio access. A neutral armchair in the corner provides a comfortable spot for cozying up with a book.
This bedroom earns a touch of the outdoors with sliding glass cherry wood doors that lead to the patio area. A carved wooden armchair with a plaid cushion and red pillow sits in the corner, while a taupe faux fur throw adds softness to the white bed linens. A black and white framed photo hangs over the bed.
This bedroom's open-air access to outdoor areas allows for stunning mountain views. Warm neutrals pair with rich burgundy and brown tones to give the space a rustic feel, while indoor plants bring a bit of the outdoors inside.
Between this lovely master bedroom a set of over large French doors open onto the space's private patio. With large plates of glass, these large French doors serve as a way to keep the two spaces visually connected, even when the doors are closed.