Here is another example of a master bedroom at the highly contemporary end of the spectrum. Flooded with light and air, this room can handle the bold statement wall. The natural tones of the bed linen, throw and cushion tie in with the multitude of greys and browns in the wood to bring coherence to the look.
This bedroom proves that size is not the key ingredient to having a master bedroom which wows. The compact room uses furnishings and fabrics which bounce the light around to enhance the sense of space, and the designer has the kept the feel soft rather than clinical with the clever use of voiles across windows and walls.
Another example of a smaller master bedroom but, this time, the interior designer has used height to its advantage rather than light. With the tall upholstered headboard and built up cushions on the bed, the designer is packing in a lot of design impact into a small space. The bedside light suspended from the ceiling further support the tactic of drawing the eye up and to that back wall.
By contrast, this interior designer had a lot of space to work with in this master bedroom. They’ve made optimal use of the space by creating a defined sleeping area and seating area. To balance the dark wood-beamed ceiling, they’ve kept the decor and furnishing fairly sparse and simple.
Here’s a designer who is not afraid to work with patterns. They’ve even managed to carry the geometric shapes onto the mirrored drawer chests to bring the look together. When using bold patterns, follow the lead in this design and set them against a plain and light backdrop.