This design plays with dark, moody colors and lots of texture. The look is kept simple by keeping the pallet neutral with just a pop of color in the red carpet. A sculptural gold mirror over the bed adds a dash of drama and acts as a sort of foal point in the room. Graphic wallpaper resembles dripping paint creating a beautiful accent wall behind the bed and nightstands and leaves the window wall looking bright and fresh.
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 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.
The master bedroom was converted into a luxurious, serene haven with a color palette consistent with the rest of the apartment. A light wood floor was used in this space for an airy feel that is softer than the marble in the rest of the home. A white area rug complements the upholstered bed frame and modern white nightstands. Chrome pendant lights add a hint of glamour and just the right amount of accent light.
Cool white linens and walls not only lighten this master bedroom, but also keep the room nice and neutral for its owners. A chrome canopy bed frame from Bernhardt adds dimension to the space, while a photograph evokes thoughts of calming ocean waves.
Warm neutral tones and streamlined furnishings compliment the soft contemporary design of this master retreat. Two story ceilings add a sense of grandeur to the space while the furniture anchors the room.
The large master bedroom feels even bigger with its brighter palette and abundance of natural light. Joanna Gaines's design plan for this room called for removing old ceiling tiles, refinishing and re-staining the pine wood floors and adding more storage and new light fixtures.
The goal of the master bedroom: Create a relaxing sanctuary that took advantage of the beautiful sweeping views of San Francisco. The sliding doors out back lead to a balcony literally connecting the room to the outdoors.