Photo By: Jeri Koegel; Design by International Custom Designs
Master Bedroom and En Suite Make Use of Limited Space
The bathroom in this master en suite makes the most of its limited space. The vanities in the space face each other and are separated by a hanging mirror to best utilize the space, while the bedroom and bathroom space share a wall for the television and fireplace, making both amenities accessible in either room.
The footboard of this bed opens to reveal a television, perfect for late night (or nap time) viewing. The bed's platform is made from repurposed benches that also provide extra storage for books and pillows.
Experience bird's eye views of China's capital city in this 5,000 square foot, two-story penthouse. Light-filled rooms flow seamlessly together for the ultimate in modern urban living. Sleek wood and bamboo surfaces used throughout the space contribute to the streamlined aesthetic, while subtle touches of traditional Chinese decor lend a sense of history and place.
After: Contemporary Bedroom from Designer Antonio Ballatore
Maintaining a mantra of "go big or go home," Antonio Ballatore, former HGTV Design Star contestant and host of HGTV's The Antonio Project, takes ordinary rooms and makes them wow-worthy. Case in point: this Japanese-inspired master bedroom that features a 3D painted wall mural and a three-panel Asian screen design. The peaceful blue wall color and grass-cloth wallpaper with Japanese waves bring a beach theme to the space. The bed has drawers underneath for extra storage.
The upholstered headboard and floating wall muffles the sounds of the busy street traffic. A panel on the headboard opens to offer storage for the bolster at night. Tansu Chests used as nightstands adds storage and dimension to the design.
Meticulously designed with special attention placed in the tiniest of details, every surface was considered. This condo is full of luxurious textiles, rich color palettes, attractive textures and a daring mix of old and new.
The homeowner wanted a simple, elegant space that would allow them to relax after a long day, so designers created a Zen-inspired master suite that draws on the beauty of the moon and the simplicity of the leaves.
In the kids' room, the homeowners wanted a bright, bold option that would still complement the rest of the house, so designers added a faux thatched roof accent to the space. To keep it bright, yellow uplighting highlights the addition, while bright green and blue curtains and bed frames keep this room fun and youthful. To complete the space, a blue and green geometric rug adds a bit of comfort to the space.
This beautiful Asian bedroom takes full advantage of its scenic wooded setting. The light-colored wood paneling gives a simple, organic feel and the large windows open up the space to the views and natural light.
Asian Spa Inspired Furniture and Decor in Master Bedroom
The dressers in this master oasis are made from dark stained wood with white drawer fronts to highlight the spa feel of the space. Atop the dresser sits a mixture of Asian inspired accessories that helps the room feel connected to the Orient.
The back of a floating wall and headboard offers storage for books, media and personal accessories in this neutral bedroom. Asian-style shoji screens on sliding door panels conceal items for a cleaner look.