Masterpiece Design GroupContemporary Bedroom, Orlando
Master Bedroom by Masterpiece Design Group. Photo credit Studio KW Photography
Wall color is CL 2923M "Flourishing" by Color Wheel. Lamps are from Wayfair.com. Black and white chair by Dr Kincaid #5627 & the fabric shown is candlewick. Fabrics are comforter Belfast - warm grey, yellow pillows Duralee fabric: 50816-258Mustard. Yellow & black pillow fabric is no longer available. Drapes & pillows Kravet fabric:: Raid in Jet. Black tables are from Wayfair.com. 3 drawer chest: "winter woods" by Steinworld and the wall art is from Zgallerie "Naples Bowl" The wall detail is 1/2" round applied on top of 1x8. Hope this helps everyone.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Add architectural features. New-build properties often lack architectural detail, but there are some lovely ways you can add this sort of feature to a room. These perfectly scaled, painted wooden frames really add interest and help the lighting and artwork have more impact. Picking them out in a contrasting color to the walls keeps the look fresh. If you aren’t sure how an addition like this would look in your own room, or quite what the best dimensions might be, create a paper template, stick it to the wall and live with it for a while before you have a framework made and installed. That way you’ll be free to make adjustments until it’s perfect.
Again, a single color — in this case the golden yellow of the bolster and the lumbar pillows — even when added with a very restrained hand, can still revolutionize a room. This bedroom would sing a different tune without that hue.
Two-chair sitting area. Two chairs not only look great, but of course provide a cozy area for kicking your feet up or reading a book. OK, full disclosure: I have been known to throw clothes on a chair as a temporary hamper.
Having a bedroom sitting area doesn't require tons of extra space. A pair of chairs at the end of the bed in lieu of a footboard lends that finished look and provides the perfect spot for reading or having a cup of coffee. If you're trying to avoid the matchy look that too many pairs can achieve, try a set of mismatched night tables or lamps to mix things up.