Friday, March 15, 2019

The Master Bedroom--Our Little Sanctuary

The master bedroom looked gorgeous in the real estate photos.  And it also looked good staged for sale, but once the furniture was removed, I realized that I wanted to replace the carpet before we moved in.

Under the carpet there was only subfloor.  No hardwood at all because this room was added on at some point.
So I decided to carpet all the bedrooms in wall to wall seagrass and layer wool area rugs over them.
I'm so glad I did!

After the seagrass was installed, I wrapped the room in Madagascar grasscloth creating a warm and cozy feel.

Here is the bedroom with all the artwork hung, furnished and window coverings installed.

I chose a tortoise bamboo shade for window above the bed.  I love how it coordinates with the grasscloth.

A collection of fern prints bring a feeling of tranquility.

 My pine sofa table found a new home in the bedroom.
It anchors the television and holds my collection of turquoise, clutches and belts displayed in glass cases.

A charcoal velvet chaise is the perfect spot to sit and read or watch tv.

I hung a series of botanical specimens mounted on black linen next to the chaise.

California Closets turned the dingy little closet into an efficient closet with room to spare.
It isn't as glamorous as our City closet, but that's ok.

What I love most about our bedroom is the French doors that open to the deck.
They were replaced with energy efficient doors that open out, instead of in.
I hung white linen draperies on either side for privacy and light control.

With Phase 1 finished, we're gearing up for the larger construction of Phase 2.
This room will be a retreat from all of that chaos.
Our little sanctuary!

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Sarah said...

Absoultely lovely, Delores. Congratulation on completing Phase #1!

Lesa said...

Oh my!!! I love it all! FABULOUS 🌿

Sandie said...

So fabulous!!

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

It is so pretty. Great choice with the rug and wallpaper and your closet looks fabulous.

Cheryl said...

Beautiful room! You've done it again!

Tammy said...

Very beautiful, love your style!

Mary Ann Pickett said...

So pretty!!!! I love how the bamboo shade blends with the grasscloth!! Nice work!

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Betsy said...

Lovely! Would you be willing to share maker of bed? Also love the dust skirt! Is it Pine Cone Hill? Thank you for your inspiring posts.

vignette design said...

Hi Betsy,
The bed is from Pottery Barn. I can’t remember where the bedskirt is from. I’ve had it for a long time! Delores

Anne said...

Lovely room. Can you tell me the brand, style, and color of the grasscloth. It's just what I'm looking for. Thank you.

Karen said...

It's beautiful and tranquil. I love what I've seen of your new abode.

Sheila in SF said...

Such a warm room with the grass cloth and carpet color--beautiful and restful.

Maria C said...

Delores, I almost gave myself a heart attack when I first opened the post and saw the first photo. Because I hadn't read anything yet, I thought that this was an "after" photo of your bedroom. While pretty, I thought: "Oh, no! What did Delores do with her gorgeous 4-poster bed? And where's the warmth in this room? Could a house change someone's style so drastically? Then, whew! I read and saw the transformation. Now, there's my Delores! It is so beautiful! Those botanicals on black linen are so unusual! Love everything!

Pattie @ Olla-Podrida said...

It looks PHENOMENAL! And, boy, if you haven't given me some great ideas. I love the idea of a sofa table in the bedroom. I think I need to rethink some of my decor choices, thanks to you. Isn't it all such fun?!

My Little Bungalow said...

Ooh, la, la ... that closet! Lovely room all around.

cotedetexas said...

i LOVE THIS! Especially the wall covering AND those botanicals on black linen!! Beautiful!!!

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