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Master Bedrooms

Here are eight bedroom design ideas - including examples of modern schemes 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.

On The Wild Side

Master Bedrooms - On The Wild Side

Lucinda wanted the bedroom to be peaceful and calming, so she furnished the room in soft shades of blue, purple and teal. To create a cosy and inviting atmosphere, she added extra storage, blankets and seating. Colourful bunches and a decorative mirror give the space a feminine edge.


Life's a Beach

The master bedroom’s pastel colour palette was inspired by that of the painting which takes centre stage; a work from renowned artist Marie Laurencin. Subtly printed textiles in delicate shades of pink and purple, combined with the curved silhouettes of the lamp, armchair and dressing table create a look that is delightfully feminine.

Master Bedrooms - Life's a Beach

Master Bedrooms - Life's a Beach

The master bedroom’s pastel colour palette was inspired by that of the painting which takes centre stage; a work from renowned artist Marie Laurencin. Subtly printed textiles in delicate shades of pink and purple, combined with the curved silhouettes of the lamp, armchair and dressing table create a look that is delightfully feminine.

Master Bedrooms - Life's a Beach

Master Bedrooms - Life's a Beach



La La Living

Master Bedrooms - La La Living

The first thing you notice when you walk into the master bedroom is the palm leaf-inspired headboard. It is a show-stopping piece which is central to everything else in the room. Sue hung the curtains around it from the ceiling instead of the bed in order to create drama, keeping the rest of the room simple and calm with a soothing palette of colours.


In The Eaves

Master Bedrooms - In The Eaves

A round table was purposefully chosen for this compact dining room, as it invites discussions and makes sure that no one feels left out. A majestic cabinet was picked to accommodate the client’s vast collection of china, along with a few new OKA designs. Last but not least, it wouldn’t be a home designed by Lucinda, without a beautiful bunch of faux flowers tying the look together.


Go Tell It On The Mountain

Master Bedrooms - Go Tell It On The Mountain

The bedroom looks out onto the amazing scenery of the surrounding mountains.To add warmth to the room, Sue used several table lamps and layered tactile fabrics. The leather sofas and luxurious goat hair cushion covers tie the scheme together and make the room feel even more inviting.


Battersea Power Station

Master Bedrooms - Battersea Power Station

This room has the advantage of lots of natural light, so our founders decorated it with darker pieces, to make it feel cosy and enticing. The darker furnishings contrast with the gold that is weaved throughout, which adds that elegant and luxurious feel that is so integral in a bedroom.


The Big Green Apple

Master Bedrooms - The Big Green Apple

As the apartment sits high above the tree tops of Central Park, it was fitting to bring the outdoors in. Annabel wanted to incorporate more natural elements into the bedroom, so she added some stunning green pieces, such as the lamps, cushions and throw. The rest of the scheme was kept fairly neutral, to prevent the bedroom from being too busy.


La Dolce Vita

Master Bedrooms - La Dolce Vita

Simple and stripped back furniture has been chosen to complement the bold wallpaper. 1950s-style Formica panelling and parquet flooring work well with an art-deco inspired cabinet and a modern acrylic console table. The room basks in sunlight and surrealism, found in the repetition of Annabel’s ogee print, the hints of red and a few elements which seem randomly drawn.