One side of this master bedroom is lined in French doors which, during the day, let in lots of sunlight. In the middle of the space, the designer paired a big, boxy canopy bed with a curved loveseat. Both pieces have slim, modern lines that feel graceful instead of heavy, especially in the light-filled bedroom.
With the idea that visitors to the beach want to spend more time enjoying the sun and sand than holed up in the bedroom, the master bedroom at this beach house was limited in square footage. What it lacks in size it makes up for in style with a well-tailored, upholstered, queen-sized bed, oversized nightstands that provide extra storage and a watercolor painting on the wall.
Wainscoting wraps around the entire master bedroom, giving the space timeless appeal in the process. Meanwhile, a light wood nightstand with an acrylic lamp on top offers a spot for books, glasses of water and other evening essentials.
There's a lot to love about this neutral girl's nursery, including the golden light fixture that hangs in the room's center. This piece both brightens the space and complements the gold-trimmed artwork.
This girl's transitional bedroom features stylish, sleek shelving for storing toys and art supplies. The neutral space also includes a ton of personality with lots of books and framed pieces of the girls' personal artwork.
Because this master suite is largely defined by a clean black and white palette, the gold details throughout the room immediately elevate the space and make it feel luxurious. A tufted bench at the foot of the bed furthers that sense of glitz and glamour.
Central to the master bedroom is an antique crystal Empire chandelier. The custom-designed bed is a contemporary, updated version of the renowned wing bed upholstered in Kravet silk and finished with nailheads. The bed is flanked by mirrored nightstands. French doors lead to an antique iron balcony from Argentina that affords the homeowners a private view of the lake