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Master bedroom ideas: find your dream scheme
Of all the rooms in the home, the master bedroom is the showstopper. Plan it well and it will be a pleasure to step into it every evening for many years to come. When you start looking for bedroom design ideas, always consider what is going to work in the room you have – make a virtue of the size and shape of your space (whether it’s small or large, uniform or quirky).
Design a bedroom layout that will make a feature of your bed. Place it centrally in your space for maximum impact – up against a chimney breast, between two windows or midway between architectural features, such as beams or the apex of a roof space. Think carefully about the design of your bed before you buy. What will work best in your space? Look at bateau styles and four posters that can take canopies. Check out caned models, upholstered and buttoned headboards and high head and foot rails.
In a small bedroom, it may pay to have a bed that incorporates storage, such as built-in or pull-out drawers. Otherwise, look for bedroom storage ideas that include wardrobes, chests of drawers and bedside tables. Built-in designs will make the most of every inch and when streamlined and fuss-free are a natural fit for modern bedrooms. Freestanding furniture is more suited to classic and vintage-style bedrooms. Place the pieces symmetrically wherever possible so that they create a cohesive, well-ordered scheme that will not distract from the main attraction – the bed.
Master bedroom with grand curtained four-poster
Pick a statement bed, then bring in pattern in a two-tone palette. A successful decorating scheme like this one will turn an ordinary bedroom into something quite extraordinary. Look for a four-poster bed that is designed to take curtains and a canopy. Here the soft satin grey and yellow drapes are the basis for the whole look. A modern toile de Juoy wallpaper brings the colours to the walls, with the same shades continuing on to bed linen and cushions too.
This Art Deco-inspired master bedroom scheme is built on four very simple elements: the bed frame, chair, wallpaper and artwork. The stunning black and white creates a cartoon-like simplicity. The strong verticals of the striped wallpaper are the perfect accompaniment to the geometric shapes of the beadhead and foot rail. Flooring treated to a wonderfully rich woodstain foregrounds the white chair and rug and draws the eye to the central floorstanding mirror, tucked neatly into the alcove between the stripes. A dash of duck-egg blue on the bedding is the perfect finishing touch.
Master bedroom in coral pink with paper wall hanging
Colour up for a master bedroom with a difference. The secret to this smart room lies in its strictly controlled colour scheme. Walls and flooring are kept free of pattern and matched in pale grey. The low-profile bed is a simple affair made special by the wall panel behind it. This organic design in grey and coral offers strong vertical borders in lieu of a headboard. The panel rises up to the ceiling creating a visual framing element for the bed. Tray tables make streamlined bedside cabinets; a bench-cum-coffee-table takes up the spot of a blanket box or end-of-the-bed ottoman.
A period property with high ceilings and expansive windows is the perfect setting for a master bedroom. Here the impact of moulded plasterwork and shuttered sashes is matched by the choice of lighting and furniture. A showpiece cut-glass chandelier is suggestive of Venetian interiors, while the ebony barleytwist bed and plush velvet Chesterfield sofa are luxurious additions, co-ordinated in rich regal purple. A pink rug brings warmth to the solid herringbone floor.