Your bedroom is your sanctuary and your master suite should be the best in the house! To create a luxurious master bedroom, follow these simple steps and make sure to stick to your personal style.
1. A Bed that says 'Wow!'
As you enter your master suite, you'll want a bed that makes a statement. While that doesn't necessarily mean something large, a bed with great detail or a unique look can be the perfect focal point for your master bedroom.
Whether your master suite is large or small, seating is a great way to add a sophisticated touch. For larger rooms, like so many new construction homes seem to have, you may need to fill an entire sitting room with a television, cocktail table or ottoman, and full sized sofa.
For smaller rooms in condos, townhomes and apartments adding a bench at the end of your bed or even a single chair can be a great space to help put your shoes on or take a seat at the end of a long day.
3. Rugs, Rugs, Rugs
To anchor your room and keep things soft and comfortable, don't forget a rug! Rugs instantly add depth and dimension to your bedroom. Depending on what you choose, they can add a texture that's soft and comfortable for your feet to end and start your day perfectly!
4. Window Treatments
Dressing your windows can dramatically change your bedroom. Make sure you choose something that matches your style. Sometimes finding the right thing just doesn't happen and creating something custom is the perfect answer.
5. Fresh Flowers (or faux...we won't tell anyone!)
Including some simple flowers in your master suite instantly brings some bright cheer into your room. Choose a sentimental vase that's passed down or something special that was a gift to hold your favorite blooms. If you opt for some faux silk flowers for easier maitenance, we won't tell anyone!
For more master bedroom ideas and inspiration, visit Belfort Furniture. Conveniently located in Dulles, Virginia, Belfort Furniture has over 100,000 square feet of showroom space with hundreds of room settings. Belfort offers free design services and an online design help form for e-mailed design ideas and recommendations specific to your project!