We shared the Living Room and the Dining Room with you earlier this month. Now we're back to share the last photo tour of our Rockin Project, the Master Bedroom!
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Our client's style is transitional and she wanted a fresh start for her master bedroom. She wanted the space to flow nicely with her en suite bathroom.
- THE CONCEPT -
The concept for this space focused on the subtle use of colors, patterns and layering textiles. The space feels light and airy with its palette of sea-glass & sun-drenched wood.
- SEE THE BEFORE PICTURES BELOW -
- AFTER -
Our client wanted a tall upholstered bed and choose this gorgeous tufted option in oatmeal. A comfortable seating area was on our clients wishlist and she choose these great chairs Rhys chairs that recline.
We brought in new nightstands for each side of the bed in a Seadrift finish. I love that this nightstands offers both open and closed storage options.
Styling was kept clean and simple allowing her statement lamp to have all the focus.
An extra-wide dresser was brought in on the other side in that same Seadrift finish. We hung a large beaded mirror above the dresser and flanked the sides with oversized banded vases and a stunning lamp.
We placed a leather and hemp rug under the sitting area to ground the space and add more texture.
White drapes were hung on the windows to drawn your eye up and soften all the hard lines.
We love the dreamy retreat vibe this room now offers and we think those chairs would be a great spot to curl up with a book on a rainy day!
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