To temper the airiness of high ceilings, designers painted the walls of this bedroom a darker shade for a more intimate mood. A sliding glass-and-steel door closes the room off from the rest of the loft.
Gold-Trimmed Mirrors Resemble Gothic Cathedral Windows
With their unusual shape, these gold-trimmed mirrors almost resemble the windows in a cathedral. The candelabra accent below further drives this idea home and speaks to the owners' love of Gothic style.
A good night's sleep goes a long way to making you feel like a brand new person. Not only does rest rejuvenate and repair your body, it does the same for your mind. There's a reason you hear, "sleep on it," whenever you're trying to solve a problem. To ensure you get your best night's sleep, start by setting your thermostat around 67 degrees. You want your space to be cool, but not cold. And then, create a bedroom haven that sends you straight to your dreams by combining the comfiest bedding, soothing hues and soft, ambient lighting.
Neutral Traditional Master Bedroom With Canopy Bed
Gently arched ceilings in the master bedroom suite are finished in shiplap paneling. The slim canopy bed gets treated to hand-embroidered Leontine linens from Tribute Goods. Antique doors connect the bedroom to the adjacent spa bathroom with a soaking tub and steam shower.
Okay, how cute is this? On the opposite wall, a built-in bench becomes a cozy reading nook. Or, if the little ones are feeling too tired, they can curl up with mom on the tufted armchair for a story before bed.
Reclaimed wood ceilings and shiplap walls make this nursery a serene place to be. A light wood crib sits in the center of the room, with a tufted armchair to the left just in case the little one needs to be rocked to sleep.
Accent pillows with global prints add more layers of interesting texture to this bedroom. The warmth of the simple wood nightstand gets a perfectly matched companion in a basket that neatly tucks underneath.