How To Design A Master Bedroom Ideas For Decorating Your Master

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How To Design A Master Bedroom Ideas For Decorating Your Master

One of bedroom design’s biggest trends is the upholstered headboard. One part cozy, many parts chic, a headboard is super comfortable when you’re up late reading the latest Stephen King novel. It also breaks up the dated look of matched furniture, says Gardeck. Shop for one in a durable, neutral fabric, or put the project on your DIY list.

Walls in Benjamin Moore’s Clearlake are overlaid with a white-palm motif in a Florida bedroom. A portrait of the designer’s mother holding her dog hangs over the canopy bed.

Architectural flat-file cabinets in his small bedroom give owner John Mayberry a surface for drawing as well as storage for completed works.

Swap in new throws and pillows for a seasonal change. Or switch up the bedside table by adding a new piece of art, no hammering required.

Conjure your personal oasis with cool hues and subtle details. Ocean colors, like blue sea grass wallpaper, create a calming space.

In a Florida pied-à-terre, walls in Benjamin Moore’s Salmon Peach contrast with curtains in a green Norbar Fabrics linen and a Dash & Albert rug.

Why commit to one piece of art? For a one-of-a-kind look, group several paintings, photographs and prints of various sizes together. Span your collection floor-to-ceiling to give the space a lofty, art gallery feel.

The secret to luxurious bedding is surprisingly simple: Just add lots and lots of layers. Here, muted tones bring a sense of calm to a cozy room under the eaves.

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A geometric patchwork quilt takes center stage near a ticking-backed desk chair and pillows in various stripes. Blue stripes on the floor temper the red accents as well.

If you and your husband have opposites tastes, this bedroom may be a good compromise. The walls are light blue, the headboard is textured and the bedding is a simple white. Plus, the floral throw pillows aren’t over the top.

Create a spot to sit with two comfy chairs at the foot of the bed. Short on space? Slip in an upholstered bench or pouf.

Grownups can have pink bedrooms too. Colefax and Fowler’s Bowood wallpaper covers the walls and ceiling of a townhouse bedroom. A pink shade tops Thomas O’Brien’s Paolo sconce, matching the monogrammed linens and tufted bench.

In his designer Mackay Boynton created a dramatic backdrop for the bedroom by hanging a valance from the ceiling and along the wall and lining the canopy in a navy-and-white lattice-patterned fabric. The coverlet is an antique suzani, and the monogrammed shams are from Pottery Barn.

Don’t overlook a DIY project. Justina Blakeney designed the curvy headboard with built-in nightstands for her “Jungalow”. The bed is dressed in a Matteo duvet cover and a vintage Moroccan wedding blanket. The rug is by Blakeney for Loloi. The ceramic pendant lamp and artwork are vintage.

One oversized shelving unit is functional (think your TV, stereo system and family board games), but it’s also the perfect place to display objects you love.

Accent the neutral palette of this statement piece with gold touches and slim lamps for instant polish.

A master bedroom designed by Elizabeth Kennedy and Ray Booth celebrates softness. It features an upholstered headboard from Joseph Company and bedding made from Rogers & Goffigon fabrics. Two skirted chairs by McAlpine for Lee Industries sit beside a custom steel-frame mirror, hand-silvered by R Squared. The ceiling fixture from Remains Lighting is one of several lanterns in the house.

Dove-gray paint and glam knobs take this master bedroom’s IKEA nightstand to the next level. Polish up your own bargain dresser with 10 more genius ideas.

A tiny swatch won’t do white paint justice. Nail your pick by coating a poster board with the potential hue, and see how it looks during the day and at night. Here, a warmer tone keeps the bedroom glam yet cozy.

Designer Lindsey Coral Harper piles on patterns in her Manhattan bedroom, with Quadrille’s Bali Isle wallpaper and a Jayson Home chair covered in Madeline Weinrib’s Daphne ikat. The Madison headboard from Lamshop is upholstered in Kravet’s Guilty Pleasure. The wardrobe and stool, in a Duralee fabric, are vintage Milo Baughman. An Ikea armoire has hardware from Nest Studio.

In a Hamptons bedroom by Lisa McFadden, two lively fabric patterns from Designers Guild call on a similar palette in different scales. The tulip print, Mei P’ing, graces the twin beds and Roman shade, while a geometric fabric covers the benches.

And a true sanctuary is more than just four walls and a bed; it’s a space where you can truly exist in a relaxed state. Bring in a comfy couch or elegant chaise lounge for long reading sessions; roll out a comfy carpet for morning yoga or meditation. Complete the space with a warm, glowing fireplace. Gardeck prefers a vented gas version for a practical reason: “It comes with a remote control and timer, so you don’t have to worry about putting the fire out when you get sleepy, like with a wood-burning fireplace.”

The neutral palette throughout a South Carolina home is maintained in the master bedroom, where Michelle Prentice chose Kravet’s Wild Silk for the curtains. The four-poster bed is from Hickory Chair. With its many mirrored surfaces, “the room sparkles so much at night, it feels lit by candlelight,” the designer says.

Poppy and aqua bedding punch up a crisp navy-and-white palette. Whimsical extras, like a sculptural rope lamp, can work in any room when it comes time for a change.

Designer Nina Farmer layered shades of gray with autumnal colors in a New England home’s master bedroom. The walls are now sheathed in Phillip Jeffries’s soothing silk-and-abaca wallpaper. The custom Roman shades are in a Holland & Sherry print. A Circa Lighting ceiling fixture casts a warm glow reminiscent of the golden leaves on the river birch trees that line the property.

Zoffany wallpaper frames a niche in a colorful Texas home’s guest bedroom. Antique furniture and white bedding balances out the bold walls.

You’ve got the basics down; now add some polish. For spot-on sophistication, try an ottoman or bench made of leather or upholstery in a color that complements or contrasts the palette already established. Some have storage capacity — it’s like having a secret closet! — and give you a place to put extra sheets and blankets.

While this Maryland home features soot gray walls, a regal canopy adds a fanciful touch to a girl’s bedroom. Glass nesting tables from Donghia offer a sleek contrast. Nevis curtains by Lady Ann Fabrics are trimmed in a Samuel & Sons pom-pom fringe.

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In an Atlanta cottage designed by Shon Parker, a vintage Ralph Lauren Home bed rests on an antique Afshar rug; the ceiling is in Benjamin Moore’s Woodlawn Blue.

If you have your heart set on a four-poster bed but don’t want to overwhelm a small master bedroom: Dark, skinny wood offers a nice contrast against bright-white walls without consuming the space.

A family home’s master bedroom “has a cocooned, tree house feeling,” says designer Chloe Warner. Oly’s Willa bed is topped with shams in a checked pattern by Chelsea Textiles and a lumbar pillow in a Lee Jofa linen.

If you’ve already selected a bed, you’re a step ahead! But if you took advantage of the pre-move purge and ditched your old mattress, it’s time to buy new. Thinking about switching to memory foam? Test it out now. Always wanted to upgrade to a king-size? Now’s the time. Seize the fresh start and update your linens, too: Introduce new sheets, blankets and pillows, and consider mixing and matching patterns to create visual interest. “You could do a playful pattern for the bedskirt, and pillows with a solid duvet and coverlet, and complementary sheets,” suggests Angie Gardeck, an interior designer who owns New Perspective Design, in Algonquin, Illinois. And remember, this is your relaxation zone: If an animal-print throw catches your eye, scoop it up!

The petite scale of the Colonial-era house required designer Jill Sharp Weeks to abandon symmetry and overlap one of the master bedroom’s windows with the king-size bed. The upholstered headboard is by Restoration Hardware, and the lamps are from Ralph Lauren Home.

Change up the finish on an existing piece for maximum impact with minimal investment. The homeowner stripped this chest of its black paint to get the softer look of distressed raw wood.

Highlight your favorite piece with subdued surroundings. Neutral walls, carpeting and bedding make the perfect backdrop for a master bedroom’s focal point: a big, bold seascape.

Bedrooms can often be the forgotten room in your home because no one else sees it — but it should be the exact opposite, because it’s the one space where you get to recharge. With 100 different designer styles, there’s an idea for everyone here. And if you’re also seeking inspiration for other areas in your home, our bathroom and living room design galleries have hundreds of gorgeous tricks to steal.

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Next, evaluate your closet space. If it can’t contain your entire wardrobe, you’ll need storage in the forms of dressers or armoires. But what worked in your old bedroom may not work in your new space; don’t load your bedroom up with furniture just because you already own it. Organize your new closet first, then evaluate what still needs a home and bring in a storage piece to house it. And don’t neglect “hidden” storage areas like the space under your bed; shallow storage bins under the mattress may be a better solution than another dresser.

In a pared-down palette, mixed prints look chic, not chaotic. The key: Stick to a few calm colors (here, beige and cream), and vary the design’s scale.

In a pattern-happy home, Anne Maxwell Foster and Suysel dePedro Cunningham covered the bedroom walls in Sandberg’s Raphaël wallpaper. A Tilton Fenwick for Target headboard is upholstered in the duo’s Jax fabric for Duralee.

In the master bedroom of a Charleston guesthouse, the custom cypress platform bed has a roll-out trundle for guests with children. The hand-blown-glass chandelier is by David Taylor. The fur pillows were made from a vintage Pierre Cardin coat.

Graceful prints and a muted palette lend quiet intimacy to a guest bedroom in a mountain getaway. The walls and valances are in a Brunschwig & Fils hound-dog toile. An antique needlepoint of terriers watches over the room.

In a Florida guest bedroom, designer Tammy Connor covered twin headboards in Matteo’s nubby Knot throws to amp up texture. She also made a graphic pattern on the wall out of vintage spools of thread.

Swap out the bedside table for a fresh find, like a trunk or wooden crate. This vintage wicker bar cart boasts two shelves for books, jewelry and trinkets.

Here’s proof that rustic and traditional details can yield a light, relaxing space. A vintage carpet and a sleek metal base give new life to a thrift-store ottoman, which doubles as an eye-catching coffee table.

Think about additional lighting next. While overhead beams are critical for helping you find that earring you dropped while getting dressed, ambient lighting, in the form of table lamps and sconces, makes a room — and you! — glow, underscoring the relaxing vibe. “While lamps don’t have to be identical,” says Gardeck, “they should visually line up, with the bottom of the shade about 45 inches from the floor.”

More really is better when it comes to filling up a boring, blank wall. Upholstered with crisp white linen, a traditional bed frame feels fresh paired with a series of canvases.

Everyone loves the idea of having a TV in their bedroom, but a 55-inch screen dominating a wall can kill a luxe design aesthetic faster than you can say “Netflix.” Easy solution: Hide it in a wall-mounted cabinet or a framed reverse mirror, and binge-watch without sacrificing high design.

Load your master bedroom with items that take it to the next level.

Lilac runs throughout a Park Avenue apartment, including the master bedroom’s custom headboard and hummingbird wallpaper by Cole & Son. Linens from Restoration Hardware cover the bed, and the swing-arm light is from Vaughan. Pottery Barn’s Duncan Diamond rug adds a neutral counterpoint to a room filled with pattern and color.

To create a calming atmosphere in a California vacation home, designer Frances Merrill brought in neutral colors, including a floor painted in Benjamin Moore’s Rockport Gray. A Blu Dot Dodu bed in oatmeal wool felt and boudoir pillows in Kerry Joyce’s Rigoletto velvet add texture, and the bedside lamps are from West Elm.

Even when the day is pure chaos, your bedroom is the one place where you should always be able to go and regroup — no kids, no electronics (although they usually find a way to force themselves in anyway). Still, you can at least give yourself home court advantage by choosing decor you love. These easy, inexpensive ideas should be a good start…

Steal lifestyle guru Emily Henderson’s tips for a perfectly-balanced zone. Combine hard and soft shapes (think square versus circular) in equal doses.

For a wind-scoured, airy feel, designer Tammy Connor gave a beach house bedroom a queen bed made of recycled wood. Framed shore-bird prints from Antonio Raimo Galleries hang in a tight grid, and vintage hurricane lamps were turned into reading sconces by John Turner.

Skip the pros and DIY your own plank wall like in this bedroom. Paired with bold linens, the rustic wood feels fresh, not quaint.

“This room was inspired by Charleston’s eclectic history as a melting pot of various cultures and religions,” designer Cameron Schwabenton says of a 1770s guesthouse. A vintage Bottega Veneta suitcase sits against the rough plaster wall, and the linen and raw-silk canopy creates the illusion of a four-poster bed. The Douglas Balentine drawing over the bed is meant to serve as the room’s centerpiece.

To keep the pale tones from fading away, add a singular hit of bold color: a tomato-red ikat pillow that brings the lighter blues into sharp focus.

Bedding does double-duty as art in a bedroom designed by Sarah Richardson. On warmer nights, an old brass door pull showcases an antique quilt.

If you’ve been checking yourself out in the bathroom mirror, now’s your opportunity to upgrade to a full-length version. Besides providing another vertical shape, it serves a design purpose: It adds a reflection, which instantly makes the room feel bigger.

Nestled between twin beds, a dresser offers storage and acts as a nightstand for both of a room’s residents. Add a pair of brass lamps for a unified look — and extra reading light. 

Placing a nightstand on either side of the bed creates symmetry and balance (and a place to park that morning cappuccino). For a modern take, use a pair of small end tables in a style that works with the room’s other furniture but doesn’t match too perfectly.

The restoration of a Charleston guesthouse revealed traces of blue pigment on the original lime-washed walls, which inspired the palette of a guest room.

A grid of framed prints and a graphic basket showcase this room’s leading print. The faux leather headboard adds a surprise element to an otherwise classical room.

Try some bold color on for size. An eclectic rug draped over a rod adds pattern minus the commitment. Ground an exotic pick with plenty of wooden accents and a modern touch, like these metallic lamps.

Designer Christina Rottman describes this Santa Barbara suite as “one of the most luxurious guest bedrooms I have done.” Cozy bed-curtains in Martyn Lawrence Bullard’s Senja fabric outfit the custom four-poster by Gregorius Pineo terra, providing a warm contrast to the black-and-white prints around the room.

With eight walls to work with, Charleston decorator Angie Hranowsky softened harsh angles with a bold Élitis wallpaper. A sculptural Room & Board canopy bed adds some geometry of its own in a neutral white.

Start off by getting the room’s most essential elements in place.

The “master” in front of “bedroom” should signify the room’s importance in your life, but too often, we pour energy (and money!) into decorating shared spaces, reasoning that nobody sees the master bedroom but the people who sleep there. Use your move as a catalyst for change and put your room first! Make the master more than a place to catch some ZZZs; follow our pros’ tips and turn that empty room into your custom sanctuary.

Here’s the secret to nautical decor that’s not over the top. Use stripes in varying widths and shades to keep the traditional red, white and blue palette feeling modern.

A custom settee covered in cobalt fabric brings a surge of life to the master bedroom in a 1930s Georgian home. The headboard and Roman shades are in Chelsea Editions’ Gold Vine.

Update the classic blue-and-white combo with a tangy orange. Dramatic pendant lights also free up storage space on the bedside tables.

In a Nantucket beach house, the master bedroom walls have a decorative cross-glaze paint finish by Audrey Sterk, and an armchair by the window is the place for taking it all in.

Another trend worthy of the master: wallpaper in big, bold patterns. It gives walls an opulence that paint can’t match. Pick an elegant design with textural appeal, or a graphic pattern with look-at-me personality. But to keep the look upscale, balance a vibrant wallpaper with neutral furnishings. A dramatic take: “Do only the wall that your bed rests against with wallpaper and paint the others,” says Leah Gomberg, owner of Sweet Life By Design, an interior design/home staging company, in Maplewood, New Jersey. “It’ll really pop.”

Take a page from this 362-square-foot bungalow and invest in efficient storage that uses every last inch of space. Built-in shelves house books and and underbed drawers store suitcases for clutter-free living.

Perfectly paired linens bring this elegant master suite together. The exterior canopy and bed skirt are in Manuel Canovas’s Solange fabric, and Leontine Linens’ bedding has a curvaceous border that visually anchors the bed in the ethereal space. Tufted armchairs upholstered in Holland & Sherry’s Kensington wool felt face a TV that slides out from under the bed.

Punchy colors and geometric touches create a playful and lively effect courtesy of this three-step DIY project.

With your bed and furniture in place, it’s a great time to consider window treatments; you’ll know just when the sun will hit the space, and whether you need to minimize or increase daylight. Gardeck often recommends drapes instead of blinds in a bedroom. “They add a vertical element to a room that has a lot of horizontals,” she says. They also add softness, which will make the environment a soothing setting to come home to.

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