4 Striking Designs That Will Transform Your Master Bedroom

Thinking of Ways to Liven Up the Room?

The master bedroom is one of the most exciting areas of the home to makeover. We have four design ideas to turn your master bedroom into a striking retreat.

 

Accent Wall

Gone are the days of bare white walls. While accent walls have been around for some time, homeowners are experimenting with new trends. Among the trendiest is wooden planked walls. These classic planks can be painted any color and will make a huge statement in your master bedroom—even if they are plain white. Another popular choice that is sure to catch your eye is the brick accent wall. Stone, wood, or brick can add warmth, boldness, or quirkiness to your room depending on your overall decor.

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A Statement Door

Sometimes, all you need to do is change one factor to give a room a makeover. If you want to liven up your room without making a lot of fuss, opt for a statement door. A statement door will make the entrance of your master bedroom look grand. Opting for a sliding barn door made of only wood or with a combination of wood and glass is truly breathtaking.

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Exposed Ceiling Beams

Exposed wooden beams are always a striking addition to any room. These bold and complex beams evoke a rustic charm. With more modern decor, beams will add textural contrast to the room. Natural light and dark woods are popular choices as well as painting the beams white. Keep in mind that decorative wood beams are lighter in weight compared to structural beams which are more thick and dense.

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A Window Nook

Your master bedroom is meant to be a personal sanctuary. Why not make it a multifunctional space by adding a cozy window nook where you can read and relax? To create your nook, you can simply add a table and chair in a secluded corner or add a custom built-in bench or daybed with shelving for books right in front of a window. Add books, fluffy pillows, and a throw for added comfort.

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