Stepping through those double doors transports the owners to Morocco. Here, a hand-stenciled ceiling, swinging bed and tiled fireplace easily evoke thoughts of a bazaar or palace, while plush pillows and throws invite the owners to revel in that life of luxury.
The lanterns are from Morocco, too, and so help the master bedroom look as authentic as possible. By staggering them like this, designer Lindsey Runyon draws even more attention to the hand-stenciled ceiling.
This traditional four-poster bed features spiral-turned twists, also called barley twists, an element commonly found in 17th-century design. Meanwhile, the ochre walls and heavy, hand-carved furniture give a nod to Mediterranean design.
This white Mediterranean bedroom features arches, coves and ornate crown molding, and vintage wood furnishings and window seating area that make this space a classic room aglow with natural light. Not to mention, the cove behind the bed is the perfect place to display prized artwork.
Neutral Mediterranean Master Bedroom With White Stools
This handsome master bedroom is a quiet and peaceful space to unwind. The American Clay plaster walls have a subtle ombre effect, getting darker down by the floor. A huge antique Roman oushak rug to grounds the room.
Two sets of tall narrow windows exaggerate the towering ceiling in the master bedroom for a grandiose look. A substantial wooden canopy bed grounds the space. Intricate details on the fireplace mantel add to the room's extravagant style.
Black and white accents in a cozy guest room correspond with the light finishes and dark-stained woods that run throughout this Spanish-style estate. Twin beds with iron headboards are functional for guests, and a dresser with an intricate inlaid pattern adds interest to the space.
Neutral Mediterranean Master Bedroom With Double Doors
To give the master bedroom a sense of indoor outdoor living, architects installed double doors that open out onto a patio. The ceiling is vaulted and paneled in pale gray plank boards, enhancing the light-filled, open mood.
There's something so dreamy about a bed that can swing you to sleep, don't you think? Jewel-toned pillows only accentuate the alluring design and give the owners a stunning spot to rest their heads at night.
This bedroom feels at once open and cozy with large windows on all sides and a fireplace whose rustic wood mantel ties in with the reclaimed wood ceiling. The window frames are palest blue, helping them pop against the white walls.