May 23, 2022

Master Bedroom Design – Creating Your Oasis

Master Bedroom Design Oasis

Creating Your Oasis

After a long day, every couple needs a place to retreat from the world and recharge.  A well designed master bedroom gives you that escape. See how we took this master bedroom design and turned it into a retreat for this client.

Whether your room is expansive, like the one we are showing here, or only has room for a bed and a two night stands, you can make it your oasis.

Master Bedroom Design - King Bed in front of window with wooden headboard

Master Bedroom Design

To begin, let’s talk about the bed.  Your bedding doesn’t need to be overdone to be beautiful.  Less is more when it comes to pillows in a master bedroom design.  This neutral palette is soothing which adds to our relaxing oasis vibe.

Because this room was long and narrow, we chose to place the bed in front of a window.  To do this effectively, it was important that our headboard had holes in it to allow light to still enter while defining the bed separate from the windows.

Master Bedroom Design - pop of purple lamp on nightstand

Pop that Purple and Gold

For the most part, we focused on neutral colors for this master bedroom design.  We like the adaptability of a neutral palette; you can add a pop of color, and change that pop over time as trends change.

We added a pop of purple and gold in this space – and only in a few key places.

Master Bedroom Design - Sitting area featuring sofa, and swivel chairs

Sitting Area Retreat

This master bedroom’s expansive size allowed us to also introduce a small sitting area.

The tailored sofa and swivel chairs provide a place to unwind at the end of the day with a good book, conversation, or a movie.

Notice the continuation of our pops of gold on the cocktail table and in the lamp tables.

The only thing we’re missing is a piece of art to go over the sofa.  Often client’s choose to search for their own art, or hang family photos after our projects are complete.

Master Bedroom Design - TV console

Television Console and Dresser

Because this sitting area is in a bedroom, and not the living room, our TV console serves dual purpose.  It is both a dresser and a TV console.  The drawers provide a place to store clothes, but its height allow us to place a TV on it for easy viewing.

Notice the reintroduction of purple and gold tying our pop throughout the space.  

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