Ever since I moved into my new place, I have been looking around for master bedroom decorating ideas to finish off that room. I know most people start decorating a new home in the main living areas or kitchen, but I wanted to create a relaxing space for myself that I can go to as we take on the larger remodeling projects downstairs. Plus I was so excited about the gorgeous architectural detailing in my bedroom that I couldn't wait to begin. I may be biased, but I think that a major characteristic of beautiful bedrooms is beautiful high end touches in the small details of the room like crown molding, a tray ceiling or even paneled doors and rich wood flooring. Because my new space had all of those things, I wanted the master bedroom ideas to really showcase the architectural detailing as opposed to distracting from it. For this reason, I chose a neutral taupe color for the walls that would make the white trim standout but not be too loud so as to distract from those elements. I also added a gorgeous antique chandelier and this lovely reproduction sleigh bed to blend with the period detailing of the room. For a bit of unexpected whimsy, I added some contemporary art and a few sideboards to liven up the space.
Perhaps because I was raised visiting my grandparents farm in South Georgia, but I have always loved country bedroom designs because they seem so homey and pure to me. After my wife and I recently bought our first home, I knew that I wanted to use that motif in our bedroom. Despite the fact that my buddies tease me about my love of interior design, I have always been the decorator of our family and she usually lets me have free reign on the looks I want to create. For this room, I was particularly inspired by the master bedroom design ideas I saw in French country style homes because of how this style combines rustic elements with more high end accents. This seemed like the perfect balance, not only for our own personalities, but for the architectural and decor style of our home. Luckily our old bedroom set is traditional enough to go quite well with this theme, so I really only needed to find linens, accessories and settle on the paint palette. I like neutral shades and my wife loves red, so I combined those two shades into a single fairly simple color palette for the walls and linens. I hope that you all are inspired by my master bedroom ideas and can use them in your own homes.
I need some advice from the interior designers out there. We recently renamed our master bedroom decor including painting the walls, buying new bed linens, and adding a nice sitting area on one side of the room. Despite all of these updates, I still feel like the room looks empty and incomplete but we are unsure of what else it needs. My friends have said that the master bedroom colors or nice and quite on trend for 2022, so I doubt that is the problem but maybe we didn't use enough shades or bold enough hues for the size of the space. I was also pretty unsure about what kind of wall art we should incorporate throughout the room so, for the most part, we left that out. I'm sure that is another area that could add some bolder designs. But I am curious as to what other people think. Does anybody on here have advice or suggestions for master bedroom ideas that they think would finish off our space. I am certainly open to constructive criticism.
On my hunt for the perfect bedroom decor ideas for our new home, I found this stunning Parisian themed space. I wish that I had a spacious suite with marble fireplace, sitting area and adjoining balcony but, alas, I do not. That does not mean that I can't take inspiration from this space and translate it into our home. We have a pretty stylish foundation, with nice wood floors, crown molding and pretty paneled doors, so I really have been looking for master bedroom designs that offer something in the way of decor that can accent these architectural details. Thats why I loved this room so much. The designer did a great job keeping things simple and letting the home's unique details shine through. I really want to replicate the paneled design on the ceiling to accent our crown molding. My husband is actually a pretty good woodworker in his spare time so, with my creativity and his skills, I think we can pull it off ourselves. The other master bedroom ideas like the beautiful wrought iron canopy bed, mirrored nightstands and lovely couch at the foot of the bed, should be pretty easy to replicate after some searching online. I can't wait to share our finished space!
People always say that bedroom interior design can be really challenging to conquer on your own, but I didn't really have an issue until it came to selecting the right artwork and accent pieces for the space. As you can see I went with a grey color scheme for our master bedroom in order to blend well with the existing contemporary style espresso furniture. With that decision made, it was easy to find these beautiful monochromatic bed linens, matching area rug, and even a miniature couch to create a small sitting area between our two large floor to ceiling windows. It was all smooth sailing until it came to picking out the master bedroom wall decor because I didn't even know where to begin when selecting these pieces. If you are like me and do not consider yourself to have an eye for artwork, I would highly suggest measuring the area you think needs an accent piece, then going to a local home decor or art shop and just start looking around. With the rough dimensions of what you need ready, you at least have a starting point and can use the rest of your master bedroom ideas as a guide. That is how I ended up finding these pieces.
So many of our clients have very definite opinions when it comes to how to decorate the main living areas of their homes, but when it comes to more personal spaces like the master bedroom they are stumped. It is the opposite for me because I know exactly what I like and how I want my own special hideaways to look, but for those that still struggle I have a few insider tips for you. First of all, as with any home design, the easiest way to start is to find an inspiration piece. That could be a photo in a magazine, it could be a beautiful throw pillow you walk past in a store, or it could be a piece of artwork from your collection. This beautiful turquoise and ebony bedroom decoration was actually inspired by the fabric of the beautiful jacquard throw pillows on the bed. Your chosen piece can inspire a color palette, overall decor scheme or just a bed linen design. Another tip I have is to break the room into sections or portions so that you do not get overwhelmed. Rather than trying to tackle the whole room at one, first begin by looking for master bedroom ideas for the color palette, then perhaps the drapes, then the bed linens. This will make the project much more manageable.