Modern Master Bedroom

Modern Master Bedroom

Next Up Clean, Contemporary Master Bedroom Designer Benjamin Cruz embraced the modern style of the Fort Lauderdale, Fla., high-rise, while giving the homeowner a comfortable weekend getaway. Feminine Master Suite Makeover Designers Jackie Bayer and Sadie Sanchez of Emerald Hill Interiors created a one-of-a-kind master suite for a homeowner who loves all things feminine, romantic and covered in jewels. Designer-Inspired Master Bedroom Designer Ashley DeLapp created this eclectic master bedroom space based on inspiration from the client’s favorite designer purse. Modern Kitchen Redesign Designer Shirry Dolgin reconfigures a kitchen to create a functional design with plenty of storage and workspace. Outdated Master Suite Goes Glam Designer Nile Johnson proves he knows design when he turns a master suite that’s stuck in the past into a glamorous getaway full of interesting details. Historic Home With Modern Flair Designer Andreas Charalambous gives this historic D.C. townhouse a modern makeover, while still preserving the home’s rich character. Row House Gets Modern Makeover Designer Andreas Charalambous transformed this uninspired row house into a modern marvel, infusing light, art and elegance. Boutique Bedroom Makeover Designer Lindsey Hayes turns a too-contemporary bedroom into a warm boutique-like master suite, blending soft colors, a mix of plush fabrics and calm, colorful accessories. Traditional Brooklyn Home Gets a Modern Spin Designer Ben Herzog takes a once dark and outdated house and turns it into a light, airy home that mixes traditional beauty with modern design. Master Bathroom Makeover With Luxurious Tub How do you make a bathroom a go-to retreat? Include what most homeowners want most—a tub to spend time soaking in, a shower for quick cleansing, good big mirrors, great lighting, and a soothing palette!
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Modern Master Bedroom

Clean, Contemporary Master Bedroom Designer Benjamin Cruz embraced the modern style of the Fort Lauderdale, Fla., high-rise, while giving the homeowner a comfortable weekend getaway. Feminine Master Suite Makeover Designers Jackie Bayer and Sadie Sanchez of Emerald Hill Interiors created a one-of-a-kind master suite for a homeowner who loves all things feminine, romantic and covered in jewels. Designer-Inspired Master Bedroom Designer Ashley DeLapp created this eclectic master bedroom space based on inspiration from the client’s favorite designer purse. Modern Kitchen Redesign Designer Shirry Dolgin reconfigures a kitchen to create a functional design with plenty of storage and workspace. Outdated Master Suite Goes Glam Designer Nile Johnson proves he knows design when he turns a master suite that’s stuck in the past into a glamorous getaway full of interesting details. Historic Home With Modern Flair Designer Andreas Charalambous gives this historic D.C. townhouse a modern makeover, while still preserving the home’s rich character. Row House Gets Modern Makeover Designer Andreas Charalambous transformed this uninspired row house into a modern marvel, infusing light, art and elegance. Boutique Bedroom Makeover Designer Lindsey Hayes turns a too-contemporary bedroom into a warm boutique-like master suite, blending soft colors, a mix of plush fabrics and calm, colorful accessories. Traditional Brooklyn Home Gets a Modern Spin Designer Ben Herzog takes a once dark and outdated house and turns it into a light, airy home that mixes traditional beauty with modern design. Master Bathroom Makeover With Luxurious Tub How do you make a bathroom a go-to retreat? Include what most homeowners want most—a tub to spend time soaking in, a shower for quick cleansing, good big mirrors, great lighting, and a soothing palette!
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Modern Master Bedroom

While some people only sleep in their bedroom, other people use it as a reading room (with sitting area), watching TV, exercise, dressing room, meditation and more. So, why wouldn’t you make a master bedroom look like something that’s of the time that you come from? That’s why homeowners are moving more and more to contemporary and modern master bedroom designs. If you’re a person that’s been looking to put there head down for the night in a modern bedroom, then check out the 21 designs that we’ve collected. Here, you’ll find plenty of inspiration, and perhaps you’ll get the kernel of an idea that will lead to your next, more modern master bedroom.
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Modern Master Bedroom

Although I’m sure you already have plenty of master bedroom design ideas in mind, before you start decorating the room you must pay attention to the basics. By definition, the master bedroom is usually the largest one in the house but there are also other elements that capture the essence of the concept. It normally includes more than just the basic amenities and it’s up to you to decide what they are.
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Modern Master Bedroom

For the dressing area of the bedroom, Charalambous decided that the master bedroom could lose two feet in order to add an additional row of closets, which now allows for a mirrored niche with a seat for getting dressed. The existing closets are lined with floor-to-ceiling mirrors to make the space seem twice as big.
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Modern Master Bedroom

For the dressing area of the bedroom, Charalambous decided that the master bedroom could lose two feet in order to add an additional row of closets, which now allows for a mirrored niche with a seat for getting dressed. The existing closets are lined with floor-to-ceiling mirrors to make the space seem twice as big. From: Andreas Charalambous
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In my view, every master bedroom should have an ottoman, loveseat or some form of seating at the foot of the bed.  This ottoman is an excellent option.   to learn more about this ottoman.
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They had a very dysfunctional master bedroom and a dressing area that needed a complete overhaul. They approached FORMA Design, whose work in warm modernism appealed to them, to see if there was a way to renovate the space and make it functional, beautiful and address all the issues they had on their wish list.
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It’s common for master bedrooms to also include a sitting area. It doesn’t need to be big. A small table and a chair work just fine. This can serve as a quiet area where you can read, contemplate, write, etc. most often, it’s the corner of the room. You can be creative and decorate it any way you want, perhaps with a hanging chair or a tree bookshelf.
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Sure, you can go luxurious (check out some luxury master bedrooms below), but it’s not necessary.  That said, no matter how much you strive to save, it’s always a good idea to invest in a quality mattress – after all you sleep nearly 1/3 of your life – it might as well be a comfy sleep.
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Built-in cabinetry allows for plenty of storage space, giving the room a clean, modernized style. Accents of fiery orange add warmth to the sleek, neutral bedroom.
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Built-in cabinetry allows for plenty of storage space, giving the room a clean, modernized style. Accents of fiery orange add warmth to the sleek, neutral bedroom. From: Andreas Charalambous
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First things first. The bed is the main piece in the room so figuring out the best way to make it fit is important. Try as much as possible to place the headboard on the wall opposite to the bedroom’s entrance, even if that means it would be in front of a window. It’s more important to smartly assess the space than to be blinded by small inconveniences. Also, avoid a diagonal position as it takes up unnecessary room.
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Since the bedroom is the place where you will be frequently looking at the ceiling, you might as well make it look interesting. You can opt for exposed beams for a more rustic or casual look, planks, an eye-catching trim or you can simply paint the ceiling an attractive color. In this case, the walls should remain neutral.
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You won’t be spending much time in the bedroom during the day so artificial lighting takes priority in this room. Chandeliers are a nice option as they can add a glamorous look to the room but there are also plenty of other options such as sconces, table lamps, cove lighting and, of course, candles for a romantic touch. Pay special attention to task lighting and keep in mind that the light needs to be warm and subtle but not lacking.

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