After making over our guest room last fall, I was inspired to shake things up in our master bedroom. I realized the airy, Zen vibe of the guest room was exactly what I was craving in our master.
Here’s a look at it:Coupled with the fact that our room needed additional storage, and I wanted a proper bed, I knew this project was a perfect way to ring in the New Year!
Here’s what are room looked like before. We did like it, just wanted a more neutral palette, and again, some much needed storage.
I had my eye on the gorgeous Frontgate bed for sometime, so that was an easy choice. I’ve always wanted a winged bed and I knew I’d enjoy its classic shape and nailhead detailing for years to come. Sadly, it’s now out of stock, but this one was a close second. Frontgate is one of the few companies I can purchase pieces online as their quality is consistently top notch.
To that end, I fell in love with their Gustavian chest, it’s timeless and beautiful. Living with it, I can confirm it’s crafted just as beautifully; it’s solid and heirloom quality indeed! Our emerald brushstroke lamp, paired with a lively jewel tone floral, pumps up the volume in this vignette.
From there, all that was required were fun aesthetic updates. Matte stone is a finish offered in our new lamp shapes (it looks like cement which I adore), so I choose it for our clover lamps. I love the weight & texture they add to the nightstands!
Fittingly, a new Inslee figure study took the place of the blue one (also by her). I just love the lines and femininity of them.
I had been pinning Schumacher’s Lotus Garden print for sometime, using it for few throw pillows, adds just enough interest while still feeling serene. A bolster in our blush brushstroke fabric adds a bit of whimsy and femininity.
We are loving our refreshed retreat, it’s cool, calm and uncluttered. When life is as hectic as it is, I think a bedroom that feels like an escape is essential!