You have nice moldings, quality flooring and windows, but nothing else! You need a mattress (unless you are in some sort of religious order that celebrates discomfort) some wall decor, a decent bedding set, some window drapes, and a nice rug to break up the hard surfaces a bit. Start with the bedding set, to drive the color choices.
If you can buy more of the covers you have on your bed, you can use these as curtains, you can also hang them on the wall to bring some colour to the room.I would add a small carpet and a some floor cushionsI am betting you live in a hot climate?
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suggest improvements for master bedroom
Master Bedroom with odd pillar.
If I wanted to develop the room step by step, the first thing I'd do is get some art over the bed. Find something you love at more or less this size and shape, and bear in mind the colours of your bedding. I would also put a small, simple bookcase at the head of the bed, facing the door. Put books in it, and a fewf things you want to see as you walk into your room. Alternatively, an attractive small chest of drawers or cupboard, worth seeing in itself. You might put a reading lamp on the bookcase/chest.
I wish I had a great idea how to hide the plug on the wall (box it in, if that is safe and permissible?), but at least a striking picture would draw attention away from it. :-) This picture isn't available as a print, apparently. It's just digital. http://wallruru.com/sunset-mountain-55-58385-backgrounds.html
Dead easy to get a simple bookcase like this one, but for the record: http://www.overstock.com/Office-Supplies/Book-Display-Cases/22553/subcat.html
Ainsliee has it wrapped, I think. Great. I also love AV's idea of floor cushions.
You could maybe put two white shelves where the outlet is, one above and below -- then you'd have space for your charger or whatever, while hiding the outlet visually in other stuff.
Good idea, Acm. And not as dubious as a box from the safety point of view.