Today we are sharing the final room from our Mountain View Project, the master bedroom! In case you missed the other reveals, tour the entry, piano room, and living room to catch up. The homeowners were still using the furniture they had back in college and were excited to finally have a completed master retreat.
When designing a master bedroom we like the space to feel like a mini resort, especially if you have kids it creates the perfect spot to escape. We knew we wanted the room to have mostly muted tones with a sprinkle of color throughout. So we kept the furniture neutral so that when they want to switch up the space they could easily do so by changing out pillows and accessories. We love how the sofa at the end of the bed creates extra seating and much needed warmth to help break up all of the cool tones used in the room. The black accents in the art, pillow, throw blanket, and sconce add contrast without taking away from the bright and airy vibe of the space.
To help this room feel extra special we added this beautiful light blue grasscloth wallpaper to the headboard wall. It adds a nice texture to room and really helps create a cozy feel. The wall sconces free up space on the nightstand and add another interesting element to the wall. By also keeping accessories to a minimum it preserves the space for the essentials such as a glass of water and phone chargers.
We hope you enjoyed this latest project as much as we did!
Photography: John Woodcock