Master bedroom photos

I've been working ever so hard on getting our master bedroom finished. In our last house, we never did much to it. We had a lot of stuff in a tiny space and it was hard enough to just keep it all contained. We knew we weren't staying there so we never took the time to really decorate it. 

This time around, I wanted to make it feel cozy and welcoming for us. At the same time, I didn't want it to be too girly or plain. I feel like the balance is awesome in here for us. The bed print is flowery but the wall color brings it back around. They balance each other out. It's just right.

The windows in here are strange. They take up half of the walls but don't leave room for a bed unless you either put it up against the wall or have it off centered. Since I really hate having a bed against the wall, I chose to put it in the middle of the wall, hoping the pictures hung up in the empty wall space would balance it out. It's not common, to have the windows off centered this much, so it was hard to find inspiration. I like it though! I think it accomplished what I was hoping it would. I love the natural light so I can't complain too loudly about those windows. We may add a headboard (very low one) at some point but it's not a priority right now. 

Here are the pictures!

View from my closet.
Our master bathroom and hubby's closet are on that wall.

View from the doorway. Simple and clean, but not too empty.

This side of the room is b-o-r-i-n-g but we hardly ever look at it and there isn't room to do much since it includes both closet doors and the entry door.

View from the bathroom. Isn't that air conditioner lovely? The dressers are both family heirlooms from hubby's side.

And one more view from the doorway. The pillows are from etsy.com. The paintings were done by my grandmother. The trunk is also from her and the end tables are refinished/made by my hubby.  The paint is Pelican Gray by Benjamin Moore.

So there you have it! We may add curtains, a headboard, and redo how the closets are laid out down the road, but it's great as is until we figure those things out. It feels nice to have it done! (At least one room in the house is done... hopefully I will get pictures of the girls room done next.)


  1. I absolutely love how the pix pick up the color of the comforter and mesh with the paint hue. The art seemed bigger, had more impact in person, but it is classy either way!

  2. It looks great, Sarah! It is so nice to have a space of your own to go to that you love, especially when the rest of your "space" is dominated by small terrorists ;-) I love that chest at the end of your bed too!