I don’t know about y’all, but I’ve always done a terrible job at making our master bedroom a true retreat. We always focused on the rest of the house and put our space last. Now that we have renovated (see the reasons here) I wish we had done it sooner!
For the first time in my life I truly have a tranquil master bedroom. From the color palate, to the soft textures and furniture pieces our master bedroom renovation is one of my favorites to date.
As soon as you step over the threshold into this bedroom, the feeling is completely different than the rest of the house. It feels calm and it remarkably more quiet. The wallpaper is an obvious showstopper that was the idea of Stine Hollesen. I absolutely love it and it transformed our bedroom into something quite special.
If you follow along on Instagram, you already know how much I love our new pillows! I feel like pillows are a great way to add visual interest when the color palate is simple. Both of these pillows have texture and size variation that helps balance the bed. You can find the embroidered pillow here and the textured linen pillow here.
I have moved these chairs all over the house and they landed here. I’m happy with how they work in our bedroom.
Sticking with this soft and cozy theme, y’all, this throw is amazing. We got it for Christmas last year and actually fight over it! It’s super heavy and soft, perfect for cooler weather. You can also see the detail on the drapes in this picture. I love how the drapes are airy with a soft stripe but are also blackout.
A complete renovation isn’t necessary to make a master bedroom feel like a retreat. I believe calming colors, soft linens, and just a few accessories can do the trick. I also don’t allow any kid stuff in our room! That does wonders!
Hope y’all enjoyed this post. Let me know what you’d like to see next!
Photos by Diamond Oak Photography