5 Design Tips to Elevate Your Master
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Feeling like your bedroom reads more after thought than stand out sanctuary? Listen up, here are a few JAC approved methods to add instant luxe to your space without breaking the bank.
Start with the walls. Master bedrooms are a great place to throw an accent wall and wallpaper is the best, most fun way to achieve this. Try a great texture like a grasscloth or silk, a high powered pattern like giant florals or a more subtle smaller geometric pattern that lets your bed really pop.
Here we used a metallic grasscloth to add texture and subtle luxury to this neutral modern master.
Never underestimate the power of a headboard. What better to showcase your style and design personality then with a totally unique headboard. Make it as tall to as long as you see fit. Keep it natural but totally custom with a reclaimed wood slab or perfectly polished with an soft upholstered piece.
Lighting is your friend. Set the mood with some ample sized table lamps or architectural sconces for a soft glow. Hang a show stopping fixture above the bed to draw the eye up. This will add layers and attitude from which you can build off of throughout the rest of the room.
Amp up the bedding. Layers of textiles equals luxury and comfort. Start with new high end sheets and top with a decadent down filled duvet. Pile that with luscious throw blankets and rows of pillows. Think in textures, shapes, patterns and colors, keeping within your desired color palette. The rule of the pillow game, so you don’t spend half your life dressing and undressing your bed, is keep it to three rows. First being the largest euros, the second a smaller pair of throws and then finish with a fab lumbar or a funky patterned accent cushion.
Create a proper seating area. Allow this special space to be more then just a sleep zone. A comfy chair in the corner with a reading lamp and side table will serve as a proper adult time out space. A space saving builtin window seat is always inviting, or even just a a pair of chairs in front of a window is quit proper. If you don’t have the space to spare, a bench or pair of benches at the end of the bed adds a level of interest and sophisticated style. If you do have the space, create a whole separate conversational area with a soft, low profile sofa, two chunky arm chairs and a dainty coffee table for you and you family to cuddle around.
JAC basically hits all the points here in one of our desert homes. For a closer look at more of our work, click here