The master bedroom is generally a private place and so sometimes receives less attention than the public spaces in our homes, such as living rooms and kitchens. It isn’t on display so can often be neglected.
But the master bedroom is place to be good to yourself, to create a space which pampers, relaxes, and enfolds you in comfort.
So take inspiration from these stunning interior-designed master bedrooms and incorporate the tricks of the professionals to create your own cocoon of luxury.This master bedroom expertly combines simple antique pine furniture with plush fabrics and glamorous lighting. The co-ordination of the table lamps with the ceiling light pull together the theme perfectly, as does the similarity between the motifs on the pillow cases and the triptic of pictures. The upholstered headboard and footboard of the bed keep the look soft and plush. This bedroom has a colonial feel to it, created by the dark wood and green foliage combined with crisp white bed linen, white fabric ottoman, upholstered coffee table and seating. The designated seating area away from the bed gives the bedroom two distinct areas and purposes. This master bedroom suite has sheer size on its side, but the designer has managed to retain a comfortable and inviting feel with the use of large furniture – note the over-sized bed and pair of two-seater couches. The look is further softened by a fluffy down duvet and bounty of cushions and pillows arranged on the bed and sofas. The upholstered ottoman continues the soft, plush theme of the room while the colour scheme of butterscotch, creams and taupes brings it all together. In this master bedroom, the designer has actually veered away from the norm of having the bed as the focal point, and draws attention to the other end of the room with its pretty windows and views of the gardens with the use of individual pieces of French reproduction furniture to create a statement feature. The enormous silk rug running the length of the room brings together the look perfectly. At the completely other end of the spectrum is this highly contemporary master bedroom. The designer has cleverly prevented the extensive use of brilliant white from appearing sterile by accenting with deep reds and introducing curved lines into the stool and white leather chaise longue. White furniture and bed linen can be the perfect hosts to striking colors.