White, Contemporary Bedroom with Fireplace, Terrace
An oversized rug grounds the sleeping area in this white, contemporary bedroom. A fireplace literally warms up the space and provides a perfect spot for displaying modern art. A broad doorway ushers in light while also giving access to an outdoor terrace.
The master bedroom was converted into a luxurious, serene haven with a color palette consistent with the rest of the apartment. A light wood floor was used in this space for an airy feel that is softer than the marble in the rest of the home. A white area rug complements the upholstered bed frame and modern white nightstands. Chrome pendant lights add a hint of glamour and just the right amount of accent light.
Of the five beautiful bedrooms in the house, this master suite is easily the most impressive. Here, a shimmering wall treatment catches the natural light, while a canopy bed encourages the owners to relax in style.
The modern custom bed with built-in night stands is built to be low to the ground to create the sleek, contemporary feel of the space. The fireplace was darkened with a special application for a streamlined, modern look that contrasts with the neutrals and whites throughout the space.
In the master bedroom, designers created several seating vignettes like this one with a funky, modular chair and a gilt floor lamp and side table to provide cozy places to relax within the master bedroom. This particular vignette takes advantage of the apartments beautiful city views.
Neutral Transitional Master Bedroom With Vaulted Ceiling
A wood-slat vaulted ceiling adds a rustic touch to this neutral master bedroom. Contemporary touches like the sconces, armchair, fireplace and bench contribute to the room's laid-back, transitional style.
Eclectic though it may be, this master suite is fit for royalty! Here, a gold headboard and pillows featuring the Union Jack add a regal touch to the bed, which is complemented by a crystal chandelier and red velvet chairs.
Become your own artist. The elephant artwork to the left of the bed was actually a DIY project that a coworker of Atlanta designer Steve McKenzie, owner of Steve McKenzie’s, painted. The brightly upholstered wingback chairs were McKenzie’s jumping off point for the room’s colors in this Dwell with Dignity install.