Do you need a little inspiration for some master bedroom ideas? Then look no further. Here we’re going to investigate some beautiful ideas and designs that will help you to transform it into something you love.
1. Use A Pinch Of Orange
Orange helps to conjure up images of New England interiors. You can incorporate orange linen, orange upholstery on a bedroom ottoman and orange lampshades into your master bedroom design.
2. Vintage Embroidered Footstools
If you want your master bedroom to have that “dressed up” feel, why not start experimenting with embroidered footstools and pillows? It helps a room to feel a little girly.
The classic Belgian city of Brugge is home to some fine architecture and interiors. Recreate a Brugge-inspired bedroom using antique doors, headboards, ivy-patterned pillowcases, and chairs by South of Market.
4. Dazzling Colours
Bedrooms don’t have to be drab. Why not experiment with dazzling colours by including bright bedding from John Robshaw and paintings by Marion Vinot?
5. Washed Wood
Today’s master bedrooms don’t have to be stately affairs. Washed wood helps to provide a more natural, at-home-with-nature look.
6. Black Vintage
Black vintage isn’t going anywhere. Use striking black and white bedding with black fittings.
7. Bright Turquoise-Green Geometry
Bright geometry can really work in master bedrooms, especially for people who love that “messy” look. Add a crazy element to yours by painting a chest of drawers or a cabinet in zig-zagged pattern with alternate turquoise-green and white paint.
8. Japanese-Style Bed
Stuck for space? Take a leaf out of Japanese living. Use a fold-down bed, or a bed that fits atop drawers to save room.
9. Reading Nook With Artwork
Famous designer, Stephen Shubel, loves alcoves. He’s experimented with dozens of different kinds, including nooks with artwork around the walls.
10. Double Patterns
Though too many patterns can clash, they can also complement each other. Designer Kathryn Ireland has experimented with pattern-on-pattern bedspreads and curtains using green, yellow and red florals. The mixture of fabrics is chaotic, but comes together.
11. Diamond Motifs
Master bedrooms with square elements look formal. But those with diamond elements add an unexpected twist, giving spaces an almost other-worldly feel. Diamond shaped windows work especially well for connecting master bedrooms with ensuite showers.
12. Put The Bed In The Centre
Interior designers don’t like pushing furniture into the corners of a room. Try pulling your bed out from the wall and placing it in the centre of the bedroom. It’ll create a feeling of luxury and space.
13. Juxtapose Light And Dark
Combine bright white bedsheets with dark navy and black walls, ottomans and rugs.
14. Edgy Neutrals
Edgy neutrals might sound like a contradiction in terms. But with a little smokiness and some suede elements – like a suede headboard – they can have a transformative effect.
The coastal style is now a classic. Try combining light blues, yellows and white for that seaside feel.
Traditional Moroccan woodwork and colours can transform a master bedroom. Combine a delicate bed with eclectic, busy colors, like blue, pink, brown and gold.
17. Luscious, Luminous White
Want everything to feel pure and crisp every time you hit the sack? Then go for an all-white look. White sheets, closets, carpets and ceilings is a style preferred by designers like Carolyn Espley-Miller.
18. Wild Rosemary
Rosemary is a rarely used colour in master bedrooms, but not because it doesn’t work. In fact, it works extremely well, especially when used to paint bedroom elements, like doors, bedframe and mirrors.
19. Steel Furniture
Steel is an underappreciated bedroom material. Though it can be a little harsh by itself, when combined with colourful bed linens and carpets, it can look stunning.
20. A Hint Of Lime
Do you want your master bedroom to feel as cozy as possible? Then try combining subtle lime elements, like lime-coloured pillows and mirrors, on a predominantly white backdrop.
Interior designer Eric Cohler designed a master bedroom with a grayscale-blue palette, claiming that it had a calming effect.
22. Panelling Dressing Area
Want a bit of privacy in the bedroom? Then include a panelled dressing area for changing.
23. Four-Poster Bed With Curtains
Drapes around the bed might sound like an old-fashioned concept, but it helps to keep the light out while sectioning off your master bed, making it feel special compared to the other sleeping areas in your home.
For a tropical, Floridian bedroom, add indoor palms and jungle-green cushions.
25. Silky And Sexy
Add standout red features, like scarlet throws and velvet in otherwise moody and dark surroundings.