The master bedroom on Laurel St. hits all the notes for me. It’s light, bright, soothing and relaxing. When you have a demanding job or kids running you ragged, the master bedroom is the sweet spot where you can get away from all the crazy and de-stress. Let’s dive into the design of this room head first!
We knew we wanted a statement bed since the room is so large and the ceilings are so high. We opted to have a custom bed made by a local workroom here in Houston. The bed is the showstopper so we splurged on this item in the room.
I love when there is enough space next to the bed for a medium sized dresser rather than a small nightstand. These oversized lamps and mirrors really draw the eye up and emphasize the shiplap ceiling.
The pop of pink on the bed really ties this room into the rest of the house’s blue and pink color scheme. These pillows are from a favorite online shop called Little Design co. They have tons of ready-made pillows in designer fabrics at very affordable prices. Their bolster pillows are my absolute favorite!
For the drapery, we bought ready-made white linen curtains and had my drapery workroom add the trim and blue linen fabric. In the end I’m not sure it was much more cost effective than just having the workroom make them from scratch. There was a couple of hiccups with getting the drapes to hit the floor at the proper length. Drapery can be very expensive but it all depends on the cost of fabric and size of windows. If you can fit in your budget, I would definitely say opt for custom drapes.
The greek key stools are also a favorite. They originally came with a dark navy fabric on top so we had them reupholstered to fit better with our blue and pink color scheme. These small customizations are what make this room shine!
Do you have a favorite part of this room? Does your master bedroom allow for peace and relaxation? Let me know if I can help!