20 Master Bedrooms You Have to See To Believe

The master bedroom is a place where you spend a great deal of time. It is your place where you can retreat from the rest of the house, and even the world, and relax, unwind, sleep, read, watch TV, whatever you like to do in your master bedroom. You want your master bedroom to reflect the way you think and want to feel when you are in it. You want it to be comfortable, yet have a sense of functionality to it so that you can do what you want and need to do in it. The master bedroom is most often, the most personalized room in the house, and you can create your own beautiful haven away from the reset of the house just by what you choose to go in it. Here are some tips for creating your own beautiful master bedroom.

Choose your colors

Your color palette should be of a lower tone with relaxing and muted tones to create a sense of comfort and serene atmosphere. For a few ideas, you may want to paint all four walls the same color, or if there is an added wall or area that is set apart from the main room, use a darker shade of the main wall color, for added dramatic effect. Another way to add dramatic effect is to paint three walls one muted tone color and add a damask-patterned or high-quality foiled wall paper to accent the one wall and create a focal point.

Linens

Choose high quality bed sheets that are a higher thread-count as opposed to low quality sheets to make your bed look and feel more luxurious. Use layers of linens and accessories for your bed for a diverse look to the bed and to give it depth and a multi-textured look: comforter, a throw, multiple types of throw pillows that vary in shapes and colors. Hang luxurious, textured curtains on the windows added dramatic effect.

Lighting

Lighting is a big part of the feel in a master bedroom. You can create various types of lighting in your master by having different types of lighting sources. Natural light makes the room open, airy and cheery, while table lamps can give the room a cozier feel. An elegant chandelier over the master bed gives you over all, room lighting for brighter lighting. Wall sconces and floor lamps help to light up areas that are dim or darkened.

Accessories and décor pieces

Add décor pieces that reflect who you are and your style. Wall paintings, table and dresser décor pieces, such as flowers, or pictures. Create your own personal getaway with the things that make you feel relaxed, happy, whatever the feel you want to have while you are in your personal retreat, your master bedroom.

If you are looking for ideas on how to create the perfect master bedroom, here are 20 of the most beautiful master bedrooms you have to see to believe.

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