A master bedroom is considered one of the few areas of the home that can be considered a retreat. But, all too often couples allow their bedrooms to be a depository for extra clothes and junk. Take back your master bedroom and let it be a place that allows you and your spouse to be able to have an area that is truly peaceful and gives an opportunity to relax.
Here are five bedrooms that really showcase an environment that anyone would be happy to have within their home.
Modern Master Bedroom
A modern bedroom is known for primarily having wide open spaces and a minimalist feel. This room achieves both of the above, using a primarily monotone colour scheme with a few splashes of accents such as light green and blue.
Rustic Master Bedroom
For those who are looking for a more rustic feel in their bedroom, look towards incorporating more natural materials into the room. This room succeeds because it has all sorts of natural elements incorporated, between the stones in the fireplace, the wooden bed and furniture and the stone floors.
Romantic Master Bedroom
A four poster bed always works well in a bedroom that has a romantic feel to it. It helps to also add in touches of details, such as the reflective side tables that have flowers upon them, and use softer yet deeper colours for the scheme.
Zen Master Bedroom
A Zen bedroom is going to be able to provide the ultimate in simplicity and relaxation. This room really succeeds in that feel because it brings in some natural elements like the rocks on the headboard and the wicker basket lamps. While at the same time uses a muted colour scheme to emphasise calmness and relaxation.
Cottage Master Bedroom
A cottage style room can bring you back to the days of your youth spending hours at the sea. These rooms can bring in a mix of new and vintage finds, and look best with a main white scheme that is filled in with some pops of beachy colours like sea blue or red.
Any of these bedrooms are going to be able to provide that sanctuary feel from within your own home. Take the time to explore your own style and find ways to bring that in to your home to provide you and your family with a relaxing retreat.