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Of all of the spaces in her home, Nikia needed her bedroom to be the most meditative and serene. Neutral and natural colors are the keys here, with blushing pink bedding from Coyuchi (https://www.coyuchi.com/) along with a pleasing combination of patterns from the wood, bedding and smooth glass tabletop. As Nikia explains it, the room, “ is a sacred place carved out of love and tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of the world. It is where I start my day, clear my head, and snuggle up to sleep.”
Modern construction can often feel austere and uninviting — the homeowners wanted to shift that dynamic, but ensure the space still felt minimalist. Earthy hues, organic elements and selected antiques are incorporated for maximum impact, resulting in a space that feels warm and inviting, but also clean and edited.
This bedroom has a lofted ceiling with natural wood beams, a canopy bed with flowing mosquito net, stucco walls and traditional accessories. Neutral colors throughout the room add warmth to the raw materials used in the space.
Working from the architectural plans for a yet to be constructed new home, the designer allocated space for the bedroom, large walk-in closet, and also created the footprint for the en suite bathroom. Stacked wall storage units for paper products are arranged to mimic architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s stacked repetition detail. Flush shower ceiling tile and the wood ceiling alignment created an uninterrupted clean look.
Visual tension and faint contrast were added to the bed ensemble with custom-sewn pillows made from organic woven fabrics. When having custom pillows made, keep in mind that the proper insert has a huge impact on the overall look. Although more costly than polyester inserts, down-filled inserts are worth the money for their fuller effect.
For the master bedroom of HGTV's Urban Oasis 2018 in Cincinnati, OH, designers saturated the walls with teal paint. Gray, yellow and metallic accents continue the vibrant color play. For an organic touch, houseplants are the stars!
The exterior roofline creates a gabled ceiling in the master bedroom of HGTV Green Home 2010, punctuated by bold colors and feminine touches. The four-poster bed, which carpenter David Brown crafted from old doors purchased at Habitat for Humanity, is dressed in a collection of mod pillows and organic cotton sateen sheets, block-printed by hand.
This Cape Cod master bedroom features a serene shoreline mural and pale hardwood floors. Intricate wall molding conceals a door to a large closet, and the custom cut-out headboard adds an organic pattern via interior lighting.