Guest Bedroom: Waterfront Mansion Featured in Kourtney and Kim Take Miami
This Miami mansion's airy guest bedroom overlooks stunning views of the Biscayne Bay. Known as Palazzo di Mare, the home was rented by socialite sisters Kourtney and Kim Kardashian while they filmed their E! reality series, Kourtney and Kim Take Miami.
In this Spanish-themed bedroom, a large, ornate bed is made with a red and gold quilt and paired with several decorative pillows. Behind the bed is a five-panel wood headboard with curved tops and images of saints painted on it.
The house has five bedrooms—all with views, some with access—to the acres of picture-perfect countryside belonging to the ranch. In this bedroom, an elegant wrought-iron canopy bed presides over the space.
Fresh white linens and a painted headboard create a dreamy look in this Mediterranean-inspired bedroom. A tasseled Roman shade and an urn table lamp are romantic accessories, while rough-hewn beams add rustic character to the feminine design.
A coffered ceiling adds height and dimension to this grand bedroom; painting it a pale neutral keeps it from feeling too heavy. The room's large size is enough to include a fireplace and cozy seating area with sweeping views.
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.
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.
Throughout the home, guests will notice beautiful antique furniture, like this dark wood dresser and matching wardrobe. With mirrors built right into the design, the wardrobe reflects the bedroom and makes it feel larger.
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.
Relaxed elegance defines this soothing, neutral bedroom, part of an 18,000-square-foot Miami Beach luxury estate. A sculptural fireplace and beamed wood ceiling provide architectural interest to the long, narrow room, which benefits from the natural light ushered in by broad windows at one end. A simple wood frame canopy bed adds a structural element in the space that balances the heavy fireplace.
Located in Marrakech, Morocco, this luxurious bedroom features a cozy canopy bed, tile floor, zebra print armchairs and gorgeous architectural details, like arched doorways. The space is divide into three areas: for sleeping, for working and for conversation.