This large bedroom, which opens onto a courtyard area, includes a private eating and cooking area and bathroom. Wooden ceiling beams and blue and white details give the space a charming cottage atmosphere.
Those floral patterns continue into the master bedroom, adding a cheerful pop of pink to the otherwise neutral suite. French doors can be opened for more natural light and airflow, or closed to enjoy a night by the fire.
This bedroom knows how to do cozy: There's a sweet window seat built in beneath one long stretch of windows. A blue loveseat tucks up against the bottom of the bed. And the overall style is charmingly laid back and rustic.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, in the master bedroom of this 1950s ranch house new large windows were added to brighten the space. The room also got fresh paint, crown molding and a stylized chandelier.
A soft, cozy beige sofa and large plush ottoman is the perfect spot to relax and unwind. White tables and lamps are uncomplicated in front of large windows that fill the room with natural light. These elements together with the neutral white and beige color palette contribute to the overall comfortable and calm feel of the bedroom.
Simply elegant, a canopy bed is the centerpiece of this expansive master bedroom. The sitting area pairs a linen sofa with a tufted ottoman and wingback chair for a cozy, relaxing spot to read a book or sit and chat. Two area rugs help to define the separate areas of the space.
The master bedroom has sloped walls and a vaulted ceiling. Painting the walls a pale blue quiets the space and adds to its peaceful feel. A spool bed in fresh white is a lovely bed choice, quaint and romantic.
This 1960s ranch-style home is refreshed with a clean, airy new vibe that still celebrates the home’s unique architectural style. In the master bedroom, a light, romantic concept is incorporated in a monotone color palette. and the result is a space filled to the brim with a sense of spa-like serenity.