This grand master bedroom fuses hotel luxury with rustic elements like a reclaimed wood ceiling and a metal light fixture. The textured metal fireplace surround creates a unique and cozy sitting area by the fire.
An oversized custom headboard makes a bold statement in this rustic bedroom. Drawing the eye above the bed is a two-tiered chandelier and exposed wood beam ceiling, while a triptych work of art fills one of the walls, matching the grandeur of the space.
Southwestern style is having a major moment right now, and with it we’re seeing fresh ways to use classic pieces. Here, mounted antlers are used to hold a dream catcher and printed banner, but you can use antlers to display a variety of things. When searching for pieces to display, use the dessert as inspiration. Think cacti and warm, sun-baked tones like terra cotta.
Master Bedroom Made Cozy by Board-and-Batten Fir Walls
Rough-sawn fir planks set in a board-and-batten style clad the walls in this master bedroom. Colorful fabric panels provide a nice backdrop for the wood slab headboard. The attached sitting room enjoys sweeping views of the surrounding Arizona desert.
In this Mexican-influenced bedroom, sheer white curtains hang from the top of a canopy bed made with white sheets and decorated with dark-colored patterned pillows. An ornate wood mirror hangs on the wall, and a side table is decorated with flower bouquets.
This room envokes a feeling of being in your own five-star hotel room. The tasteful minimalism includes cinnamon-colored side tables, white leather furniture and oversized lamp shades. The real star of the room is the wood-planked ceiling. This particular home is a weekend getaway in Palm Springs, hence the tall cactus. The carpet and wall covering are made from recycled materials.
Drawing inspiration from a Southwestern color palette, this master bedroom is washed in desert-toned neutrals with a pop of bright turquoise. Southwestern artwork is framed above the pale wood bed with matching nightstands.