Master Bedroom Photos: HGTV Green Home 2009

An oasis of calm, the HGTV Green Home 2009 master bedroom features a soothing, sea-blue color palette and layers of luxe, organic fabrics.

A queen-size bed, covered in layers of organic fabrics, features a custom-crafted, linen-covered headboard and box-pleated duster in matching fabric.

A rattan try set at the foot of the bed holds satin pajamas and a cable-knit, cotton-rayon throw blanket by A Soft Idea.

The bed faces a casual seating area and is just steps from the master bathroom.

Two lounge chairs, upholstered in neutral fabric, share an ottoman. Reading material, displayed in bamboo-style reclaimed shelves, is within easy reach.

An organic cotton throw invites one to curl up with a good book. A ceramic garden stool provides a perch for a cold drink or reading glasses.

Striped pillows pull the room’s color palette together.

The parson-style side tables hold rush baskets to store books, magazines and other bedside necessities.

Each custom-crafted side table features a glass top and holds a driftwood lamp and potted orchid.

A resin coral-shaped bowl serves as a catchall for watches, rings and other small jewelry items.

One French-style crewelwork pillow by Bliss Studio makes a standout statement when paired with more casual pillow covers and shams.

Bedroom windows, dressed in bamboo shades and lined hemp drapes, offer up an exceptional view of the screened porch.

Gourd-shaped lamps find a home on a faux shagreen console table, which holds a Dendrobium orchid and a collection of yellow-glass beetles.

Yellow-glass beetles, discovered by interior designer Linda Woodrum during a shopping trip, add a pop of bright color to an otherwise subdued tablescape.

The master bedroom is tucked away from the bustle of the great room and offers its own sublime retreat.

The vivid colors of the lounge can be spied as one peeks out the master bedroom door.

An Energy-Star-rated, brushed-steel ceiling fan keeps a cool breeze circulating through the space on steamy summer days.