Hi Friends ~

I’m excited to share one of my latest redesign projects with you today!  The clients recently contacted me to help them design a retreat for their large master bedroom.   With a 16″2″ x 19″4″ blank slate, they stated their desire for a place to unwind, read, watch television, and (of course) sleep.  Below is what we came up with:

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Starting with a tufted linen upholstered king size bed (which the client has always wanted) we added glamorous oversized chests to use as nightstands.  Echoing the mirrored front of the chests we selected mercury glass ginger jar lamps.  The beautiful cream, tan, gray and black butterfly print  bench at the foot of the bed will be a great place for them to sit and tie their shoes.   (Or, if you’re like me, I tend to use mine for baskets of clean laundry until I put them away!)

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The bedding (minus the floral embroidered pillows), found at Bed, Bath and Beyond, subtly states the theme colors of the room and the striped euro pillows will provide beautiful contrast against the headboard.  The traditional style of the lounge chair gets a contemporary twist with the leopard print. 

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We now move to the seating area in front of the bedroom window.  These comfortable tufted gray linen club chairs and oversized ottoman will be a great place to put up your feet, relax, read and perhaps even for the clients to enjoy a glass of wine before bedtime!  I’m especially in love with the slate lamp that will sit on the round side table . . .

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The beautiful and functional ebony chest of drawers and dresser will anchor the cream carpeted room and the dresser will serve as a television stand (either mounted on the wall or resting on the top).  An oversized floor mirror will not only work for those last minute vanity checks as the clients head out of the room, but will also bounce light around the room.  Adding accent, color and texture are the throw pillows to be distributed around the chairs and bed.

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Last but not least, we’ve selected Benjamin Moore’s Lenox Tan to try for the walls of the room and into the master bathroom.  I personally have this color in the main areas of my home.  It’s not too dark, not too light, and has neutral undertones.

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The clients received the concept board, floor plan, sourcing, and pricing information and are thrilled with the game plan.  I was told they will begin implementing it right away! 

If you are interested in receiving your own custom and unique design plan (or if you have any questions on how it works), please contact me here!  We can discuss your needs and if there are pieces you currently own that you’d like to incorporate and I’ll send you a questionnaire to complete.

Until the next time ~

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