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    31 May 2024

    Master Bedrooms

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    Creating a master bedroom that feels both luxurious and comfortable is an art. It’s the room where you start and end your day, so it’s worth investing time and thought into making it a dream space. Here are our tips for achieving that perfect balance between sophistication and down-to-earth comfort.

    Choose a Calming Colour Palette

    Start with the colour scheme. Opt for soothing hues that promote relaxation. In the above example, we incorporated gentle greens and neutral tones. These colours create a relaxing atmosphere, setting the stage for a restful night’s sleep. Remember, the goal is to create a space that feels comfortable and relaxing.

    Invest in Quality Bedding

    Your bed is the centrepiece of the room, and quality bedding can make all the difference. Choose high-thread-count sheets, plush duvets, and a mix of pillows for both comfort and style. Layering different textures adds depth and visual interest, making the bed look and feel luxurious yet comfortable. Lean into a bedhead that suits the scale and size of the room, in this case, we went with a plush MCM House bed frame as the space permitted. For smaller rooms, a smaller feature bedhead is the way to go, such as rattan or linen.  

    Incorporate Stylish Storage Solutions

    A clutter-free space is essential for relaxation. Stylish storage solutions like built-in wardrobes, dressers, and under-bed storage can help keep your room organised. Choose furniture that compliments your overall aesthetic while offering ample storage. This ensures that your bedroom remains a peaceful zone, free from the stress of clutter.

    Lighting Matters

    Lighting sets the mood in your master bedroom. Combine ambient, task, and accent lighting to create a layered effect. The use of lamps and pendant lights serves as a focal point for an ambient environment. If you can, incorporate dimmer switches to adjust the ambience to your liking, creating a cosy environment for winding down in the evening.

    Ultimately, your bedroom should be a place where you feel your most comfortable and relaxed. Lean into furniture and decor that you genuinely love and that makes you feel at ease. This personal connection to your space will make it truly feel like a sanctuary. 

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