From Tan to Glam: Master Bedroom Makeover

I loved this project! Working with these great homeowners and being able to create a space they enjoy is just the best! 

B & L reside in a gorgeous subdivision in Westminster, and have lived in their home for the past 5 years.  After struggling to find the right look for their master bedroom, we created a design that made their room feel personal, elegant, and  current. 

High ceilings, beautiful natural light and lots of space made this project an easy redesign!

With their bedroom having a high vaulted ceiling, tall doorways and lots of windows, this bedroom already had beautiful bones. Here are a few 'before' pictures of their space.

This room was tan, tan, and more tan, so we started by painting all the walls a gorgeous pale aqua called Sea Salt (thank you Sherwin Willimas for creating such a pretty color!). We accented it with a pale french grey called Pewter Cast, and it instantly gave the room a fresh bright and current look. 

We had additional recessed lighting installed above the bed and in the arched nook area to provide adjustable lighting for the space to keep this room light and bright.

To give this bedroom a unique feature, we had a local artisan custom design an alder-wood barn door; crafted to replace the builder standard door that was at the entrance of the master bath. It's absolutely swoon-worthy! At nearly 9 feet tall this barn door is the conversation piece of this bedroom. The warm rich wood and iron hardware gives a modern rustic touch to this master bedroom, while still being full functional.

B & L also purchase an elegant bedroom set that had a vintage black finish with a high upholstered head and foot board with fantastic nail-head detailing. Luxurious Italian Baroque bedding was the perfect touch to make you want to melt into this bed and just nap the day away.

Final touches of drapery, decorative accessories, mirrors and artwork completed this space and created an inviting master bedroom.

Here's their master bedroom now! Enjoy!

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