I'm so happy to finally share a beautiful master bedroom that we designed for some clients that really needed more light in their life! Their home is on a dark, forested lot, with gorgeous old growth trees that are great until you want the sun to shine in. Our main goal with this room was to lighten up!
We revamped the window wall in the master by adding a double French door with full length glass, and then we selected furniture that would really shine in all the new light coming in. The white lacquered nightstands and oversized mirrors bounce the light around and multiply it. Success!
We kept the palette soft so that the room would be restful and peaceful, but included touches of more intense color here and there because the wife adores bright hues. We love the palette of soft blues and grays, accented with orange, navy, and turquoise.
Some of the finishing touches are texture (on the grasscloth covered dresser, wool pillows, rattan basket, cozy wool throws) and personal treasures. The driftwood was a momento from a recent vacation that the couple took to celebrate an anniversary; a beautiful carved box is a family heirloom; and sparkly jewelry now adds sparkle to the room when it's not sparkling on an arm.
All photos except 2 and 7 by La Luz Photography.