As you can see from these photos, our master suite is pretty much devoid of any sort of color or room decor. Obviously this is something that needs to be remedied, and I am slowly but surely trying to come up with a design to do just that. We have a ton of space in our room, including tall vaulted ceilings, a separate sitting area next to the fireplace, and even a private balcony. The bones of the room are fantastic and could easily take on any of the beautiful master bedroom designs that I have been looking at online and in magazines. I think that the first place I am going to start is with the bed design, because it is an easy piece to make the focal point of the room.
As you can see from this home, bedroom paint ideas could not get any more simple than a classic grey and white color palette, but they still bring outstanding style to a space. When we suggested this scheme to our clients they were worried that the overall look would be too drab and boring, but we assured them that the shades would simply be the foundation to the design and that pizzazz and style would be brought in through the master bedroom decor. Rather than layer a ton of different colors, we added a wide variety of textiles and patterns that added design interest to the space but was in keeping the the contemporary monochromatic color palette.
This is one of my favorite bedroom decoration project we have finished recently because it combines both traditional elements and a very cool and contemporary theme. The architectural foundation of this room, has very classic (almost country style) elements between the shiplap focal wall, white washed plank flooring and bright open windows. The homeowner wanted to infuse the space with some more modern master bedroom ideas without completely getting rid of its charm. There is no reason to completely finish a room in only a single style, master bedroom designs (as well as any other room in the house) are always more interesting when you add unexpected elements.
I consider myself somewhat of a pro at looking around online for home decor inspiration. I have never considered hiring a decorator because I am convinced that I have an eye for these things and can do it on my own. My latest project is hunting around for modern bedroom designs to makeover our master. This was one of my favorite homes, because the room is so simple, yet really makes a bold and stylish statements from the few elements that they did use. I always love a plain white paint palette, because it provides the perfect backdrop for any other more unique pieces that a bedroom designer would want to bring into the space. In this case, it was this cool sculptural ceiling van and beautiful teak canopy bed.
In my opinion master bedroom designs can only be considered completed when add the finishing touches like artwork, decorative light fixtures, and home decor accents. Master bedroom wall decor is actually one of the most neglected aspects of the average person's DIY makeover because it tends to be the last item on a very long list of projects. Do not let yourself get worn out before addressing this feature because it can leave you with a ton of empty space that could otherwise really enhance the room. Bedroom design ideas for the walls are not complicated, a beautiful piece of artwork like they have hanging over the bed here can be all you need to liven up the bare space.
When we were looking into new master bedroom designs for our new home, I knew that I wanted to do something very chic and palatial like some of the 5 star hotels we have stayed in during our travels to Europe. The focal point of most of those rooms was alway the bedroom furniture. It was often ornately carved wood for the bed and night stands accented by a plush arm chair or chaise lounge. This was any easy thing to recreate in our home using furniture we found at our local shop. The next step was figuring out how to incorporate those very luxurious master bedroom decorating ideas that we experienced on our travels.