Upstairs we created 3 bedrooms specific to each of its occupants unique personalities and requirements. Let's take a look at the master suite first. Its relaxed, layered, and cozy. Its an incredible room that doesn't take itself too seriously. There are the formal elements of the painted wood paneling and the custom window coverings. Then there are the special touches that infuse the space with life like the live edge plank headboard, layered bedding. and brass accents.
I wanted to bring in touches that were unique to this room so besides the wood pieces, the textiles were one of a kind. We used indigo African mud cloth for some color contrast to all the neutrals going on by way of two additional custom cushions at the foot of the bed. And these relate to the indigo accents we have else in the house.
The nightstands was my client's already (from West Elm I believe) and it matched the wood finish of the live edge headboard to a T.
Across the bed I did his and hers highboy dressers made of more salvaged wood. Each dresser displays little objects and momentos that are sweetly on trend. Brass baby, lots of brass details and white accents to underscore what's happening downstairs in the kitchen.
There is a bathroom in the suite. Here we reframed the mirror with more salvaged wood and added cool matte black hardware. Of course we laid another antique Persian rug here for color and pattern infusion in the sedate space. You see the famous sconces by Schoolhouse Electric.