Master Bedroom Makeover
I have this duvet cover. Never thought of pairing it with purple walls and green throw. Like the pictures and symmetry of the room. Maybe not for my room, but could steal something like this for the attic bedroom or maybe Kate's room if she likes it.
Like a lot of things about this room - the white, the tan rug, sheer curtains, black + fuschia accents, photo collage, side table, storage (not translucent doors though)
Soft gray + white + tulips.
Nope - too busy.
Interesting night stand option - baskets. Also like the gray + green.
Would like to figure out what to do with the cubby door. Not sure I want to draw this much attention to it though.
Here's a really interesting look for the closet wall.
Here's another black dresser - really like this combined with white walls, plants, soft grays.
White walls, black windows with mullion bars, primitive antiques, wood floors, colourful flowers...all good.
I like the white, the art collage, the black bench with the green plants, the textured throw.
Comfy looking chairs and ottoman.
Tons of built in storage, love the colourful print above the bed. Like the night stand and all the pillows, though I would probably start cursing myself after a month of taking them all off the bed and putting them on again in the morning.
Wonder if I should invest in a closet organizer like this? Like the doors - simple, white, modern, hide what's inside.
Room is too dark and def not interested in fabric upholstered headboard - tagged this one because I love gray + orange or gray + fuschia together
I really like this night stand, too (style and colour) but I'd use it in a more eclectic way, wouldn't have matching bed + dresser.
I like the dark blue (assuming it's only 1 wall), cool light fixture, nightstand with just the right balance of open and closed storage.
I like the pretty, cool, gray with white, the airy curtains. Not so much the light fixture or side table. Love casement windows and doors.
Ugh - here is blue overdone. Way too dark and masculine.
What struck me about this one was the wallpaperd accent wall.
I like the calmness of this room, the gray with blue accents, the side table for tea.
Don't love this space, but tagged it because it has a lot of elements in my room - triangular windows with bed underneath, wood floors. I do have two trunks that could potentially go at the end of the bed, one green and the other red.
I like the texture/grain on this barn door but I think I would paint it white - def not dark brown.
Simple built in closet doors.
Another dark ceiling. I do love fuschia, and I like how they tied in the ceiling with the art and flowers and rug. The gray is calming. Overall, I think this one is too busy for me, but I do like the fuschia + gray.
I never thought of a dark ceiling. Interesting light fixture, too. I have a mirror like the one on the wall, but not sure if it belongs in the bedroom.
Love the black windows with mullion bars.
Don't know whether to go with distressed barn doors like these or something more monochrome
Love the crisp white with dark gray and warm wood + pops of colour. Side table looks something like the one I have. Not crazy about the art or the light fixture.
I like the way the colour on the wall highlights the window feature.
I like these closet doors, too.
Love the rich wood, simple bench at the end of the bed, and the stained glass. Also like the reading chair.
More built ins. Shaker style is good, but would choose different pulls. A bit too farmhouse.
More boho I like. Love the white + deep blue + wood + plants.
Once again drawn to the deep blue wall + white + plants + books on night stand. Cute light fixture.
Another view of the same room. Love the glossy black door!
Kind of similar to my room - vaulted ceiling, bed under window, built ins across. I like the idea of a statement light fixture but this particular one doesn't grab me. The room is a little too spartan for me. I'd put a plant in the corner and an original painting over the fireplace.
Love the bright colours and interesting shapes in this room. There are two framed blueprints - I have a similar blueprint of a sailboat my father built that I want to frame and display.
I like the way the vaulted ceiling is the focal point, just like in my room. Definitely want to maximize this feature.