Everyone deserves to have a gorgeous master bedroom. It’s where you start and end the day. I don’t care what else is going on in your home, starting and ending in a beautiful, restful space is a must.
This project was fun to work on.
Here’s the Before:
There’s nothing wrong with this bedroom other than it’s a bit dated. It was stunning about 10 years ago, but these clients were ready for a big change from all the dark red. I’ve helped them with much of the rest of their home and the other rooms lean toward a more casual vibe that brings the outdoors in.
We started with this Design Concept:
I think the only tweak we made in the end was the nightstands. Here’s the After:
The existing rug and the window treatments stayed, but everything else is new. The upholstered headboard, nightstands and bench are all from Ethan Allen. The custom bedding is from Eastern Accents. The accent wall was created with Stikwood.
I know, that wall is spectacular! The homeowner installed it himself—with the help of his brother-in-law, who is a carpenter. Both guys are meticulous, which is what you have to be to get everything nice, neat and even around window moldings.
Stikwood is an awesome product. It’s reclaimed wood with peel and stick tape on one side. Please just use the tape to position everything, then use finishing nails to adhere the wood to the wall.
The lamps on the nightstands are from Franklin Iron Works - they’re handsome and well priced.
We wanted a quiet vibe, but not a boring one. Here’s a design trick to keep in mind: make sure to have varying amounts of texture everywhere. The pillow shams have a nice sheen to them, the bedding is quilted and the bench at the end of the bed is velvety.
Is it time to for you to have a gorgeous master bedroom update? Call me for a 2 hour design consultation in your home and I’ll tell you how to do it!