Your master bedroom is one of the most personal and important rooms in your house. It is where you and, in some cases, your dog rejuvenates. Its style is a very personal reflection of your style and can easily enhance or bring down your mood. What about when your bedroom doesn’t give you that certain feeling of a nightly escape? The hottest trend in master bedroom remodel over the last few years has been influenced by posh hotels and their designs. People are trying to turn their bedrooms into mini “staycation” paradises. If you are preparing to get into a master bedroom remodel and want a look like this, simply follow along. We’ll give you some style cues.
BED, BATH & BEYOND
More and more people are connecting the master bathroom to their bedroom, making it a convenient short walk to get a hot shower. It makes sense as nothing is more relaxing than laying down after a fresh hot shower. This should be first on your design checklist; it will pay off in stress reduction.
MULTITASK IN YOUR PJ’S
Being able to turn on the TV without having to leave the comfort of your bed is becoming more and more important as many use the TV to wind down. The newest trend is not only having the TV but also a dressing table or work desk to plan out the next day.
When it comes to the design of the interior, it is safe to aim for luxury hotel standards and design cues. Natural woods such as mahogany are wildly popular because of it’s look and ambiance. Most master bedroom designs now incorporate a mini-fridge filled with your beverage of choice. The mini-fridge and TV combo make it easy to relax and confine yourself to your comfy bed without having to trek through the house.
ADD A LITTLE COLOR TO YOUR LIFE
The color scheme is very important here. Some people prefer vibrant, colorful bedroom walls while other prefer a calm, subtle pastel palette. The most popular through the years tend to be natural light greens or blues and rose colored interiors. This adds to the tranquility of the bedroom, defining it as a retreat space. Window treatments, natural light, and framed mirrors also help the open design feel more spacious while different textiles add variety.
TAKE A LOOK IN THE MIRROR
In any luxury hotel, you will notice a common element– stylish full-body length mirrors. If you room isn’t already adorned with a mirror, consider adding one in and framing it with one of Mirrorcle Frames’ very own beautiful mirror frame designs. One of our design consultants can help you choose a mirror frame that will complement your room’s existing style perfectly. Give us a call today for more information.