10 Master Bedroom Ideas And Tips And Accessories To Help You Design Yours

Combine neoclassical elements with more modern pieces to bring the look crashing into a present day aesthetic. The bedroom chandelier here is a true eye-catcher.

Show a softer side. A cushioned fabric wall, like this suedette little number, looks sumptuous and will even soften sound to aid restful sleep.

Ease into an accent colour. You don’t have to go the whole hog with a new hue in a room, in fact, you don’t even need to paint a wall to bring in an accent shade. Try adding colour through art and an accent chair or two – if you don’t like the colour in your bedroom then you can always try putting the items elsewhere in your home.

Achieve a more spacious look by choosing a platform bed. The low profile of a platform bed looks sleek, laid back and minimalist in comparison to their bulky based divan counterparts. They also make the room look bigger since the line of sight is free to flow straight over them and beyond.

Bump up the luxe factor with bookmatched marble. Bookmatched marble is popular for cladding chimney breasts, sofa walls and yes, headboard feature walls too.

A bedroom area rug creates an island of cosiness.

High ceilinged bedrooms can sometimes feel a bit too open and chilly, consider painting with muted colour or shades of grey to visually lower a lofty ceiling.

Approach the scheme as a whole rather than as separate elements. That is, instead of choosing your favourite bed, then bedsides, then closet, then a colour, consider looking at the room as one item. This bed, headboard wall, bedside units and closets all run on as one beautifully coordinated piece.

It’s all about the ottoman. There’s just something so high-end about placing an ottoman at the foot of a bed. Perhaps it’s because the average size of master bedroom doesn’t have the necessary floor space. So, if you’ve got it, flaunt it!

Give your bedroom the midas touch, with gold accents and golden circular chandeliers.