I am excited to start the week off with another space reveal from our Heber House Project collaboration with Jamie Bellessa. We already shared the beautiful blue kitchen of this modern farmhouse, and today we are revealing the master bedroom. Thanks for stopping by to take a peek!
Photography: Lindsay Salazar
The master bedroom embraces a modern minimalism with layered textiles for warmth. To create a fresh foundation, the walls and trim are painted Benjamin Moore Swiss Coffee, a soft warm white. Exposed beams and tongue and groove on the vaulted ceiling add rustic warmth.
The airy white space is grounded with a beautiful distressed indigo rug and black four poster bed by Noir (or take a look at this Noir bed for a similar look with straight lines). This incredible blue gray batik and oak bench at the foot of the bed adds pattern and texture.
Layers of white linen and furs create a lux warmth. The linen duvet and shams are a favorite by Matteo. Tasseled throw pillows create subtle interest (a similar option) while a faux fur lumbar pillow and throw feel rich.
A distinctive round mirror by Surya looks beautiful above the bed. The variegated tiles resemble bone and tie together the different neutrals in the space. To fill the space created by the vaulted ceiling, we chose a pretty chandelier with draped wooden beads.
Styling Tip: Ground a high ceiling with a large statement chandelier.
A driftwood cabinet with a lattice pattern adds another layer of texture. I love how the weathered wood contrasts with the black bed. Styled on the nightstand, we selected a pretty indigo print (similar here and here) and a glass and brass table lamp. Read last week’s Splurge and Save Table Lamps post to get this look for less.
In the corner, next to the beautiful marble fireplace, we created a comfortable nook. We chose a plush linen slipcovered lounge chair (similar here), a natural tree-stump side table just big enough for a drink, a book, or pop of greenery, and a brass task lamp.
Styling Tip: Complete each space by styling with greenery. Read more here.
This layered space is warm and inviting. Pretty neutrals keep it feeling airy and fresh, while layered woods and indigos add interest and rustic depth. If this is a look you love, check out the resources below to recreate a similar look in your own space. Happy Monday!