An abundance of natural light, which tumbles in from windows gracing three sides of the room, helps this master bedroom feel larger than its actual footprint. White walls and a largely neutral color palette also add to the voluminous feeling.
Photos of Ty and Amanda Larkins hang above their large four-poster: "The dark mahogany and the walnut bedside tables provide the kind of contrast you need with a monochromatic palette. I wanted to create visual harmony and serenity in my bedroom, not visual boredom." Bed and tables from the Palmer Home Collection by Lexington. - HouseBeautiful.com