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.
Asian Inspired Master Suite with Textured Wallpaper and Modern End Tables
In the master bedroom, the Asian inspired spa feel was continued. Designers used textured wallpaper to give the space a more exotic feel. The end tables are modern, but they still bring in the dark woods and lighter accents of a spa. Even though the space is perched high above the Las Vegas strip, the homeowners will have a place to relax and rejuvenated when they come home.
One of the primary design goals of this gorgeous master bedroom retreat was to seamlessly blend indoors and out. Large sliding glass doors can be moved back in good weather, making the walls disappear. And the concrete flooring is the same in the interior and exterior spaces to further unify the two.
The owners of this home turned the lower level and carport into a luxurious, Asian-style master bedroom suite. The large space includes several seating areas, a courtyard, spa bathroom and a remarkable fireplace that hovers above the floor.
A soft color palette of tan and sky blue pairs with Asian design to give this bedroom a serene, tranquil atmosphere. A sliding glass door provides access to a private patio and also allows natural light to infiltrate the room.
Inviting Master Bedroom Offers Nod to Asian Style While Honoring Surrounding Views
The homeowners also maintain a residence in Tokyo, and the low-slung furniture in the master bedroom of their Sonoma County, Calif., retreat gives a nod to Asian design sensibilities. Accents such as the framed fabric and woven pendant lights were chosen for their subtlety, creating visual interest without detracting from the stunning views through the picture windows.
The style of the master bedroom—and much of the home in general—is a blending of Balinese and contemporary styles. A sliding pocket door opens to connects the bedroom to a gorgeous spa bathroom and closet.
This gorgeous master bedroom was created out of what was once a carport. The designer planned a built-in platform bed with storage surrounding it on both sides. To maximize the bed's floating appearance, a mirror was installed on the bottom half of the bed's platform.
Asian Spa Inspired Master Suite with Rich Colors and Textures
Twenty six floors above the Las Vegas strip, these homeowners were interested in a space that is relaxing and rejuvenating after a long day, so designers incorporated elements of Zen and relaxation to give the couple a spa feel to their master suite. Color rich textiles and multifaceted textures cover every surface in this master retreat. Heavy weight window coverings help to keep out light and noise. The tēte-á-tēte sofa is covered in high style jade iridescent fabric and is accented with silk and velvet throw pillows. A globally sourced custom mural originating from Thailand was made into a headboard, while metallic grass cloth wallpaper accents the space.
Asian Spa Inpspired Master Suite with Platform Bed and Imported Mural Headboard
This platform bed with soft, inviting linens and pillows is accented by the mural that was made into a headboard. This mural, imported from Thailand, was globally sourced and brings in the Asian spa feeling the couple desired. The end tables on either side of the bed are modern and bring in the dark wood often incorporated in the Asian style, while the lamps on the end tables help give the room light and make the space feel larger. The wallpaper is grasscloth wallpaper, which gives this accent wall a nice, rich texture, All of these elements working together make this space the everyday getaway the couple was hoping for.
There's no better way to spice up an elevated floor — and remind yourself and guests that it's there — quite like the addition of rope lighting. Tucked under the underside of the raised floor, the rope stretches all the way across the room, creating a unique glow. The details and creative elements of the space are enhanced with the use of several different light sources: framing wall sconces, hanging pendants, recessed can lights, table lamps and a hidden fixture within the headboard.
Triangle Shapes Make A Frame Roof Seem Less Constricting
The sharp pitch of an A frame roof can feel a bit small and constricting, but this design makes the most of that space. The exposed beams that accent the room make use of triangular shapes to accent the drastic pitch and make the space look larger.