Mastering Master Bedroom Style
Okay, Home Enthusiasts. Pour yourself a glass of wine and slip into something comfortable—it’s time to talk master bedroom style. It’s our favorite room of the house. A personal oasis, a haven of tranquility—or at least we think it should be. But how do you get that dreamy bedroom style? Our talented designers have a few tricks up their sleeve, designed to bring architecture, furnishings and décor together, creating a sumptuous space for lounging, reading, cuddling, pillow fighting, or even just catching up on your zzz’s. Take a look at a few of our favorite master bedrooms and see if there’s a stand-out style beckoning you to dream land.
Style #1 – Head in the Clouds
Tierno Residence One: When you’re lying in bed, the ceiling becomes a giant blank canvas. Don’t let it go to waste! At Tierno, a coffered ceiling features bright white millwork in a lacey octagonal pattern. The chandelier picks up on these feminine cues, while the heavy bedside dressers anchor the space, keeping it from feeling too dainty.
Style #2 – The Statement Space
Tierno Residence Two: Can neutrals make a statement? This bedroom at Tierno says yes. Linen-look wallpaper on the bed wall is patterned with nailhead trim. It’s glitzy and luxurious, but the neutral palette allows pops of color to shine. And it’s easy to swap out the bedding from season to season or year to year.
Aria Residence Two: Into DIY? Installing a rustic plank wall is a challenging, but not inaccessible, home improvement project. Weathered wood lends this bedroom at Aria instant character and a cozy vibe. The horizontal panels also make the room feel larger.
Style #3 – All Lit Up
Lucera Residence Two: An oversized chandelier and great big windows? Yes, please! This bedroom at Lucera is glamorous, bright and airy, with plenty of natural light during the day, and at night, a soft glow thanks to dimmer switches and the chandelier’s darkened shade. Drapery hung at ceiling height emphasizes the room’s 9-foot ceilings.
Sterling Residence Four: Crisp and nautical, this room at Sterling uses neutral drapery panels to create a Captain’s room effect around its oversized windows. The high-contrast bed wall in deep navy and striped x-cross benches keep things ship-shape. While overhead, the chandelier’s open metalwork evokes an antique sextant, and looks appropriately proportioned for the smaller-scale space.
Style #4 – High Drama
Sterling Residence Two: Who knew grey could have so much personality? Thanks to the tongue-and-groove bed wall and ceiling, this space at Sterling feels modern and fresh. White accessories and furnishings keep the mod vibe going, accentuated by a pop of bedding color and sheer window panels.
St. James Residence Two: Love to sleep in? Dark plantation shutters are a great alternative to more luminous curtains, and are an important element of this traditional design scheme at St. James. The dark wood is echoed in the crown molding and stately furnishings.
Style #5 – Inside, Out
Lucera Residence One: Throw open the doors to the private covered terrace and grab the mimosas! This master bedroom at Lucera is the ultimate indoor-outdoor retreat. Little touches like a potted fiddlehead fig tree emphasize the room’s connection to the great outdoors, while out on the terrace, it’s all about kicking back and enjoying the gentle breeze.
Bradford Residence Three: This master bedroom at Bradford has the ease and elegance of a boutique hotel. The piece de resistance? That spacious covered deck, tailored for lounging and taking in the stunning mountain views. It ups the aura of luxury, while inside, a calm color palette, rustic overhead beams, lush bedding and simple window treatments complete the get-away effect.
Now that you’ve got the scoop, what’s your favorite master bedroom style? Share and comment on our Facebook page @TRIPointeSoCal. And here’s a hint, there’s more drool-worthy master bedroom inspiration to be had at model homes across Southern California. Find a neighborhood and visit today! www.tripointehomes.com/southerncalifornia/