Transitional Master BedroomTraditional Bedroom, Los Angeles
A master bedroom with an ocean inspired, upscale hotel atmosphere. The soft blues, creams and dark woods give the impression of luxury and calm. Soft sheers on a rustic iron rod hang over woven grass shades and gently filter light into the room. Rich painted wood panel molding helps to anchor the space. A reading area adorns the bay window and the antique tray table offers a worn nautical motif. Brass fixtures and the rough hewn dresser remind one of the sea. Artwork and accessories also lend a coastal feeling.
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The bedroom is certainly an important place to have privacy from the outside world. Unfortunately, working draperies can be a budget buster. A bamboo rod works well in conjunction with a set of bamboo shades, lending the privacy of draw drapes without the price. The colors and textures complement each other for a cohesive feel.
So many people have done away with landline phones, but those who haven't must wrestle with how to make a contemporary phone work with their decor. It's no doubt a potentially clash-ridden situation, since phone design has more to do with functionality than style. A tiny handset sits on a night table in this bedroom takes up so little visual space that it almost goes undetected.
Light and bright, this room has a transitional feel due to its woven shades with layered neutral drapes. The use of honest materials is a key component to pulling off transitional styling. Tip: Use varying tones of neutral, focusing more on texture than color, to create a transitional room.
Open and airy always feels approachable. A soft toned wall color with tailored fabrics set the tone for a relaxing afternoon or evening.
A seating area created in a bay window is ready for relaxation. With a lamp for light in the evenings, a table to set a book or drink on and an ottoman placed in front of one chair, this is a spot to get comfortable in.