Sleeping is where you spend about a third of your life. Even if your environment isn’t important, your master bedroom must reflect your personality. Follow our guide to achieve the master bedroom look you desire.
When designing it, it is important to create a relaxing, comfortable, and peaceful environment in your master bedroom. One of the best ways to achieve this is by creating symmetry in your master bedrooms. We created a symmetrical bed frame in this Four Seasons condo and filled it with pairs of objects so our client could wake up in a serene, balanced environment.
Your master bedroom is the focal point of your bed. Don’t be afraid of choosing a frame that stands out. Consider a canopy bed frame if you have a high ceiling. For this penthouse with views of Central Park West, we used a two-tone canopy frame from Desiron to make a bold statement.
Your master bedroom should be no different. You don’t want to choose anything too bright or distracting. Instead, pick a monochromatic painting or a black and white photograph. We placed a black-and-white framed image above the bed in this SoHo Duplex for a stylish look.
Pillows are essential.
Your master bedroom should provide a place for you to rest comfortably. You can have as many pillows as you like or as few as you want. We ensured that the master bedroom in this Sag Harbor loft had enough pillows. You can have small, large, or white pillows. Whatever you need, make your bed as comfortable and cozy as possible.
You don’t need luxury furniture or plush bedding to create a luxurious master bedroom. It would be best if you also got rid of clutter and clothes. You need to ensure enough storage space for your clothes and knick-knacks. We installed custom-built cabinets in this Upper East Side luxury condo. They replace a standard armoire.
We love a colorful home. The bedroom should be a sanctuary of peace and tranquility. You can create a serene and calm environment in your master bedroom by using a mix of neutral and washed-out colors. This is the ideal way to start and end your day.
Rug for the Area
Give your feet something soft and comfortable to rest on when you get out of bed each morning. We use a large area rug to cover our master bedrooms and frame it around the bed. This will highlight your room’s center and provide extra comfort.
Give yourself a little space.
You may wonder how to separate your bedroom from the rest of the home if you live in a small studio apartment. A wall divider or large piece of furniture is one of the best ways to segregate your sleeping area from the rest of your home. To further differentiate each section of this loft with its rustic look and view over Union Square, we used a bookcase to separate the bed from the dining area.