10 Gorgeous master bedrooms that you can DIY, sounds fun right? Well not always. I tend to get overwhelmed when decorating a room and my biggest problem is pinterest. I know, that sounds strange right? Pinterest overload tends to de-motivate, overwhelm and discourage me on occasion. So many gorgeous bedrooms, kitchens, bathrooms, you name it – they got it! Does that ever happen to you? You have an idea in your head and then you start tearing out magazine pictures and pinning thousands of images on pinterest and before you know it, your idea is lost in space. Today I am sharing 10 gorgeous master bedrooms that I picked for different reasons while working on our master bedroom makeover. Each one has an element I love and for me, breaking it down to the tiny detail and then jotting that idea on a piece of paper, keeps my thoughts organized in my scrambled head.
Our Master Bedroom
Calm! That is what the room above says to me. I love the textured rug above and next week when I share our master reveal (I hope it’s next week), you will see the ivory textured rug we chose. It came yesterday and it’s a keeper! Below, I love the wooden wall treatment. I am still considering what kind of wall treatment to do. Our room currently has a chair rail that I didn’t want to remove so working with that has proved to be difficult but perhaps a molding detail on the top of of our wall will work.
A set of stools at the foot of the bed vs a bench. Love this!
Paired mirrors above the headboard for a lower wall (like we have) are a great way to add a bit of glam to the room. The molding tends to shorten the height of the wall below and I love how the paired mirrors work together.
I originally loved the idea of a chandelier in our master bedroom but unfortunately, our bed is fairly high and the ceiling height doesn’t allow for a fun dangling chandelier. I haven’t figured that part out yet. I think chandeliers add a sense of romance and character to the room that cannot be achieved any other way. The ceilings in rooms always seem so boring to me and a chandelier always diverts my attention away from the ceiling.
I chose this image below because of the dark walls and layered bedding. The texture of the blanket and quilt are gorgeous and coordinated nicely with plain cotton styled drapery. I also love the brass accents as well. I am hoping to add brass in our room by use of either inexpensive frames or spray painted molding.
I love the idea of three wall art pieces above the head board below.
I love the DIY gold molding that we added to our master bedroom below. This was such a fun project!
Our Master Bedroom featuring navy and gold
Dark navy walls! I painted our master dark navy and almost had a heart attack applying it because it was so dark but I am so glad I took a chance and went with it! It makes such an impact on the room.
The layered cozy bedding ensemble is why I chose the room below. It’s always nice to have a few pretty beds to look at while arranging your own bed. Layered pillows and blankets and lots of them!
An abundance of wall frames helps this bed from feeling lost on the wall. I am not sure I would have the patience to hang all these frames.
Had to sneak this room makeover in too. It’s not a master bedroom (it’s our teenage girls bedroom) but it has so many great decorating ideas that could be used in a master bedroom. The mirror happens to be one of my favorite pieces.
Updated to add – We recently just completed our white master bedroom and how to make white bedroom walls look gorgeous.
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SHOP THE HEADBOARDS!
Did you love these gorgeous master bedrooms? Hoping to have our master bedroom done soon. It’s only been 6 months in the making. Everything is just about finished except the styling and accessorizing. That is the fun part! Are you planning a makeover, try choosing one or two elements from an image and make a mental note of what you love in that image. Happy day, now I need to get to work ;). PS. This post contains affiliate links for your shopping pleasure.