The bedroom. Our sanctuary, the place where we end the day. A room to sleep, relax and the other thing! Designers usually recommend calm and soothing colors so you can unwind. That’s why you rarely see a master bedroom with red walls. Unless you have a fabulous view, the bed should be the focal point. It doesn’t matter if you have a huge suite or a small apartment loft, your chambre (bedroom in French) should reflect your personality and style. Make it your own.
Is pink only for girls? Or can guys be manly enough to sleep in this comfortable room? New England Home
The textured brown wallpaper makes this room cozy while the white accents keep the room from feeling closed in. Pattern is kept to a minimum and the orange accessories are so modern. House of Turquoise
The design world is starting to see yellow make a come-back. This room is different because the color is on the ceiling! I love the barn door look headboard. I would like it even better if it were an old door. Inredningsvis, a Swedish interior design blog.
Designing master suites to look and feel like a hotel room is all the rage. Crisp white bedding, no bedspread, just a throw or two, lots of pillows and a comfy chair. Add great lighting and a view and you could be anywhere! (I choose Paris). What do you think of the beige and sage green combo? Relaxing? indulgy
Which room would you rather sleep in?