If you follow me on Facebook, then you already know there’s a ‘’Reveal” coming. After 2 months of renovation here & in their Ensuite, this stunning Master Bedroom was completed and given back to my clients.
This project was a pretty major overhaul – you can see here where we started…..when the Ensuite was renovated, the door into it was moved over to the right, and changed to a pocket door. Moving that door created a much more functional space on the bedroom side.
The goal of this transformation was to create a retreat for my clients – a space that felt serene and elegant, and …well, not orange….and that made better use of the large room.
Step one was creating a scale floor plan and sourcing furniture pieces that were appropriate to the size of the space, and that created a new seating area.
The scale of the upholstered headboard and base allowed for larger bedside chests; these have a gilt finish with antiqued mirror tops and fronts, and relate to the shape and finish of the small 3 tiered table in the seating area.
With two ‘zones’, we addressed the lighting requirements with wall mounted bedside sconces (freeing up nightstand space), a large scale centre fixture in cream silk, a similar but smaller shaded ceiling fixture and 2 pot lights in the recessed sitting area.
I love how this room finished – and most importantly, so do my clients. There’s kind of a quiet, gentle feel to this space – there’s no one piece that’s taking centre stage; it’s a harmonious balance of subtleties creating the overall beauty and elegance.
Sweet dreams Kim & Glenn, thank you for inviting me into your project!