1. Metal mastery. Choosing the right metal tones for kitchens and bathrooms is always a popular design debate. Do you go with brass hardware? Or perhaps oiled bronze is best. But focusing on metallic touches can also have a big effect in the bedroom.
This master bedroom in Moscow features an abundance of brass, found on the chandelier, floor lamp, sconces and mirror. Note how the designer picks up the brass tones with the mustard yellow blanket and pillows.
3. Alluring lines. Besides its serene and stylish cream-toned color palette, this Boston master bedroom also features some well-considered lines. Look at how the horizontal wood beam at the top of the four-poster bed aligns perfectly with the curtain rods on the back wall. The horizontal line in middle of the upholstered headboard continues the geometric look.
5. Doubled-up lights. A lamp on a nightstand can be pretty, but it can also take up a lot of space. More and more, we’re seeing sconce lights replace table lamps near the bed, but the design of this Moscow bedroom takes the trend even further. Not only is there a sconce above the headboard, but there’s also a stylish pendant that drops down from the ceiling to light up the nightstand.
7. Pet perfect. If you like to keep your pets nearby at night but not necessarily in bed with you, take some inspiration from this master bedroom in Providence, Rhode Island. Oliver, the homeowners’ cat, likes to curl up on the banana-fiber ottomans at the foot of the bed and has his own little tepee if he prefers more privacy.