I recently shared Jenn's family room design that was inspired by Pottery Barn and now I get to present the master bedroom design to you. This room was essentially a blank slate. She had painted the walls grey and bought a grey tufted bed frame but that's about it. This is a very large master so there were a lot of selections that needed to be made. There is a decent size seating area that needed to be addressed as well.
I asked Jenn to describe how she wants this space to feel. "romantic,warm,classic,luxurious"
Before we get to the design, let's first take a look at the before pictures.
This was actually the previous homeowners' set up but it gives you an idea of the room floor plan.
Romantic: I mean that capiz shell lotus flower light fixture?? Swoon....
Warm: The sisal rug adds a lot of texture (and will keep their feet warm ;) The plush velvet aqua sofa will also make the room cozy.
Classic: What's more classic than monograms? The clean-lined hotel bedding is also far from trendy. My hope is that this room will feel like a retreat for Jenn.
Luxurious: To give this space a luxurious feel, I incorporated mirrored elements like the nightstand and metallic elements like the drapes and pillow.
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