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Master Bedrooms

Here are six bedroom design ideas – including examples of modern looks and formal affairs – to help you create a relaxing space and decide if you want to coordinate or mix and match bedroom furniture. After all, it’s important to get your bedroom décor spot on to ensure a pleasant slumber. Essential bedroom decoration includes luxuriously soft bedding and ambient lighting for a boudoir you can’t wait to retreat to after dark.

Nomads Land

Master Bedrooms - Nomads Land

Research proves that waking up to natural light can do wonders for your mood. This room certainly allows you to begin the day on a positive note, with its generous windows and air of tranquillity. It has everything you could want from a bedroom, yet the space doesn't feel overcrowded. It's where you'd want to take a quiet moment of reflection. Bare branches, olive trees and linen textiles play to the room’s Cycladic roots.

Set In Stone

Master Bedrooms - Set In Stone

For the bedroom, Sue went for a monochrome palette peppered with red. She wanted to stick to her color scheme, so featured a few solid and antiqued glass pieces rather than bringing in different tones. Everything in the room was chosen to take advantage of the space. There are several areas for relaxation and surfaces for resting books, glassware and other items.

Calm & Collected

Master Bedrooms - Calm & Collected

The modern furnishings in this room enhance its historical features. The traditional marble mantelpiece displays striking minimalist vases whose curves contrast beautifully with the room’s molding, high, coved ceilings and large windows which offer an abundance of natural light. Calming blue, white and cream tones are used, with the coffee table, lighting and trinket bowls bringing in a dash of gold for contemporary opulence.

The Angel of Islington

Master Bedrooms - The Angel of Islington

The bedroom is a reasonable size but it has low ceilings, so Lucinda added a tall headboard to give the illusion of height, as well as multiple mirrors. She kept the colour palette neutral but added sparks of fun with a leopard print throw and faux tortoiseshell mirrors.

Woven in Nature

Master Bedrooms - Woven in Nature

Creating a cohesive look was especially important to Annabel. She wanted each room to be unique, but very much part of a whole concept, so she specifically included wood and rattan in several rooms. In the bedroom, the headboard, the tops of the chests of drawers and the back and sides of the chair are all rattan. The bedroom in particular had to feel very inviting, which Annabel achieved with warm oranges and browns, luxurious velvet pillows and dashes of gold. With matching chests and lamps, the room is near perfectly balanced, which enhances the serene atmosphere.

Master Bedrooms - Woven in Nature

Après Dark

Master Bedrooms - Après Dark

The dark chalet bedroom is all about dramatic decadence. A simple headboard was covered in luxurious charcoal velvet, then flanked with black column lamps paired on gray faux shagreen sideboards to give the space a moody, masculine feel. Comfort has not been forgotten either; tactile pieces, such as velvet pillows and woolen throws, provide much-needed warmth and softness.

Loft And Found

Master Bedrooms - Loft And Found

To designate an area for the bedroom, huge swathes of fabric were hung over the rafters. The curtains separate the space in a dramatic way, but, as they are almost sheer, have no impact on the vast quantity of natural light that the loft benefits from. With such high ceilings, a four-poster bed was a must, and a large rug was introduced to bring an essential warming layer to the wooden floor.

Master Bedrooms - Loft And Found