Creating beautiful and comfortable bedrooms comes naturally to us. We have all
the resources to create anything from all neutral with different textures to any color
scheme imaginable. Upholstered headboards are very popular, and we can have
one custom designed for you in any size or shape with the fabric of your choice. For
those of you who have high beds and mattresses, we have access to oversized
coverlets and duvet cover to fit large beds. Don’t forget the sheets that should
be so soft that you sink right in.
Many of us often wait to spend money on the master bedroom last. I
think of the master bedroom as one of the most important rooms of the home
and it should not be neglected. Walking through your master bedroom should
bring instant Zen. Think of it as a place of peace and relaxation. As the
centerpiece of your room, the bed is inarguably the most important component
of a comfortable sanctuary. Investing in a high-quality mattress will help you
wake up rested and restored. Younger parents ask for kid-friendly materials and
we have plenty of those options as well. Another item on my checklist is to make
sure, you have something soft to step on when you get out of bed. It is hard
enough to get out of bed without having icy floors to greet you. Lighting is another
important aspect that will help create a soft, flattering, and romantic setting. I
would suggest lighting with easy access so you can reach the controls from your bed.
Don’t forget artwork. It is the fastest way to inject personality into your decor.
There is one more element that should not be overlooked: the paint color. It is as
important as the furnishings and linens. I think of soothing colors that will help
you rest. For me, that means tranquil blues, peaceful azures, quiet corals, and sandy
beiges balanced with plenty of white and cream. All these ideas will create that
cozy, relaxing, and comfortable retreat.
With Valentine’s Day coming up, think about your creative ideas for the master
bedroom or guestroom. Think classic.