Our Brio Project for the St George Parade of Homes has a bright white foundation with layers of neutral textures for warmth. Last month, we shared how this aesthetic worked in the kitchen, and today I am excited to share the look in the Master Bedroom. It’s a clean inviting space designed for relaxation, and I am spilling all the details and sources.
Builder: Cole West Homes
Photography: Alyssa Ence Photography
Wall and floor choices are alway important because they create the first layer of design. In this space we wanted an airy warmth. For the walls, we chose Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace, because it is a cool bright white that doesn’t read blue. We paired this with light wide plank floors, Gemwood’s Versailles French Oak in Mist.
There is not a lot of color in this space, but instead a modern mix of pattern, natural textiles, and wood tones for interest. We grounded the space with a light rug full of pretty texture. This rug is an amazing buy with even a 9’x12′ coming in under $500.
We chose a wood and linen bed with simple lines and cool rivet details that help create a modern rustic feel. For the nightstands, instead of sticking with dark wood to match the bed, we chose a complementary light wood. Mixing woods is a design trend that makes your space feel more collected and interesting. We styled the nightstands with the prettiest porcelain table lamps by Aerin and a low maintenance faux succulent in a brass planter.
At the foot of the bed, we added a plush bench in upholstered linen. Adding in an extra soft spot for sitting enriches a bedroom, and also helps fill a large master space. We chose this one from Restoration Hardware for it’s clean lines, but also consider this one for a similar look that opens for storage.
We layered the bed with the softest crisp white organic cotton bedding and finished it off with a mix of patterned pillows–hand blocked flax linen, tasseled white mudcloth, and a Turkish Carpet Pillow. At the foot of the bed, we added a black and white stripe Moroccan pom-pom blanket.
A large wall mirror reflects the pretty light that streams in the space. This riveted wall mirror is no longer available, but this is similar. On the windows, airy Belgian Flax linen drapes span from floor to ceiling creating a sense of height. A brass lantern pendant, the Darlana Lantern by Visual Comfort finishes the space with a bit of shine and warm color.
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Hope this helps you with ideas for your own master bedroom retreat. If you missed it, read about the Brio Project Kitchen and be sure to visit again. I’ll be revealing more spaces of this beautiful home soon.
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