Ideas for decorating our master bedroom.
an option for the placement of curtains on arched window in our bedroom
C A M I L L E ' S * N O T E S
Blue bedroom with a beachy vibe
cream + blue bedroom
Serene Escape Designer Anne Coyle created this master bedroom to be a respite from everyday life. To keep it simple, she kept all of the bed linens white; painted the walls a calm, cool blue; and adorned the windows with simple Roman shades. The extra-tall upholstered headboard and pair of floral-printed armchairs lend themselves to reading and relaxing. The color palette was taken from the armchair fabric and is repeated on throw pillows.
Blue Crush Nothing says ‘comfort’ more than a luxuriously appointed, well-made bed. But in our opinion, it’s the carefully edited accessories that can transform your bedroom from cozy and quiet into an elegant but restful retreat. Whether it’s an unusual collection hung overhead, custom bedding, or a one-of-a-kind lamp, it’s important that you not only clear the clutter, but also carefully choose pieces that will evoke respite and rejuvenation.
The blue print coverlet is from Urban Outfitters. Walls are painted Blue Slate by Pratt & Lambert. Curtains are Arts Decoratif by Le Gracieux. The Moroccan parchment star light is from Mosaik. Eisner designed the geode table lamp on the 19th-century walnut bedside table from Italy. Chad Eisner home.