Across from the four poster bed, a custom built-in houses the owners' flat screen TV and keeps their clothes organized. The front of the drawers were covered with mesh and matched with handsome brass and glass hardware.
Traditional Four Poster Bed & Matching Wood Nightstand
In the center of the room, a four poster bed with soft sage linens invites the owners to relax after a long day at the office. A dark wood nightstand complements the piece and keeps evening essentials like books and glasses of water within reach.
There's a reason that this master bedroom feels so unique: its colors were inspired by an heirloom painting. With dark green walls, golden curtains and light furnishings, the space is at once moody and sleep-inducing.
Neutral Transitional Master Bedroom With Round Ottoman
In the grand master bedroom, floor-length curtains call attention to the sky-high ceilings. Lots of plush, rounded surfaces, like the ottomans, are an easy way to make a room comfortable as well as family friendly. Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff
Master Suite With Iron Four-Poster Bed and Pink Accents
This master bedroom includes a black iron four-poster bed, two metal-and-glass nightstands with matching table lamps, large pink artwork on the wall, and pink throw pillows to help soften the look of the space.
This transitional blue master bedroom utilizes a lot of layers to create a one-of-a-kind look. Plush fabrics paired with worn woods give the room a cozy feel while a simple fireplace acts as a focal point.
Bright White Master Bedroom With Patterned Curtains
Once dark and outdated, this master suite is now a *dream* with bright white walls, a chic light fixture and patterned accessories. By moving the bed to the center of the room, designer Kelly Rogers restructured the floor plan and created plenty of spaces for reading, relaxing and of course, sleeping.
This master bedroom sitting area features a pair of neutral upholstered wood armchairs positioned next to a burlap covered coffee table. A pendant light hangs above, while a neutral throw and pillows add finishing touches.
Neutral Transitional Bedroom With Monogrammed Pillow
To keep the neutral palette from feeling too bland, designers mixed in pretty florals and varied textures. The dressers are weathered wood. On the bed, shams pick up the delicate pattern used for the curtains.