I’m excited to finally share the full reveal of my serene master bedroom. This room has been a work in progress for the past year. When designing this space, I wanted to create a room that felt calm and cool with lots of natural light, neutral colors, and deep hues of blue. Blue is a color I tend to gravitate towards in decor because it always leaves me feeling happy.
I recently updated my nightstands … did you see the before images?! Sarah found the faux bamboo pair for me at the thrift store and I gave them a total facelift. Making a small change to a room can have such a huge impact. Not to mention, they add so much character to the bedroom. By using a piece of furniture with built-in storage, function was added to an already tight space.
This room also presented challenges in regards to size. As you can probably tell from the photos, this room is small – like a box! So, I wanted to be very minimal with furniture and decor, in an effort to avoid clutter. Believe it or not, when walking through this house for the first time, there was a four-post bed and an oversized dresser crammed into this space. Opening up the room (without physically moving walls) took a little creativity. Having a tiny house means taking advantages of every single space. I recently transformed the bedroom next to the master into my dressing room. This gives me a place to get ready, store clothing, and provides seating… since the master is SO small.
Although small spaces can be difficult to floor plan, at the end of the day your bedroom should be a place you can retreat to and feel relaxed in. After putting much thought and planning into the space, the master bedroom definitely plays this role in my home- my husband and I are really happy with the end result! Tell me – what is your favorite design aspect of your bedroom? Is it your happy place or do you wish it had a certain feature?
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UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed. Thank you for entering and congratulations to Amanda for winning the artwork!