Dream Sweetly in These 5 Serene Bedrooms
I’ve been working hard lately, and if there’s one thing I need to round out my efforts it’s more naps. My bedroom is long overdue for a design refresh, and I've had my eye on these swoon-worthy rooms.
Neutral bedrooms make for peaceful spots for rest, but neutral does not need to mean boring. Amy Weaver used highly textural neutral features, such as grasscloth wallpaper, bamboo roman shades and patterned fabrics to add visual interest in this master bedroom while keeping the colors soft.
I love the way this room by Eisner Design embraces elements of nature. The wood paneling in the bed niche speaks to the beautiful view of trees through the windows. The windows are equipped with custom-fit coverings to block out the light when it’s time for rest.
Master bedroom or luxury hotel suite? J&J Design Group achieve the look of luxury with well-tailored design features, such as the upholstered wall detail, nailhead trim on the bed and armchairs and crisp, white bed linens. The faux fur throw adds a cozy, homey touch.
Small spaces can be serene too. Claire Paquin kept the design minimal, using the artwork and slatted wall feature to add interest without taking up space. A slatted wall feature placed in front of a window can block out unpleasant views while letting peaceful light filter into the room.
This bedroom designed by Debbie Perez is another great example of how to use texture to keep neutral colors from feeling too boring. Perez also brings in plenty of natural elements, including a large piece of driftwood that just might inspire you to “drift” off to sleep.