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9 file(s) - Uploaded by: tgr3gory
Created: Mar 7, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 666
Set within the eaves of a front-gable Victorian cottage, this master suite has an open bedroom/bathroom concept, complete with a Japanese soaking tub.
8 file(s) - Uploaded by: em-80
Created: Jul 9, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 372
I finally painted my master bedroom walls and added a few finishing touches. We painted all the walls a light gray but then decided the headboard wall needed a little something extra. We decided to try something a little different and paint that wall black. The pictures might not do it justice but in person the contrast of the glassy black headboard and the flat black wall looks really cool. The black accent wall also ties all the colors in the room together very well.
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: tiffer40
Created: Apr 27, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 664
After talking with a number of friends, I decided to makeover a room with a $500 budget!
The feedback that I have received is truly appreciated! I've done my best to answer questions received and be as detailed as possible in descriptions to hopefully inspire other to complete a "Master Makeover with Minimal Money".
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: KarenSpirit
Created: Sep 1, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 239
The toile bedding is from Pottery Barn, it is discontinued but you can find it on EBAY called the Bradford toile. The mirror came from Homegoods. Swing arm lamps from Pottery Barn. The color on the wall is called Kodiak by Porter paints.
11 file(s) - Uploaded by: katine
Created: Jan 29, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 1,062
I watched the unveiling of the 2009 HGTV Dream Home back in early Jan, and fell in LOVE with the master bedroom. I chose a completely different shade of green, but completely copied/plaegerized the rest... I didn't buy all the high-end stuff, rather found budget alternatives made possible with some painting and upholstery and sewing skills (my mom said "if you can read you can cook, if you can read, you can sew..." so there was no excuse for me not learning how to do these things. It was good advice, as I save a bundle on decorating. I LOVE this room - it's my sanctuary. Feels very fresh, spa-like, and I just feel healthy in there with all this happy green. I still need to put in the new HW flooring and ditch the nasty, stained w2w carpet.... and also will add a 10'x10' white area rug when floor is in. So it's 99% done. Shutter screen is hiding a big, ugly treadmill and the shutter cabinet holds a 26" flat screen TV and electronics. The vanity is still brown since having it white would completely upset the balance & symmetry of the white-on-green bed area and would be too "matchy matchy tacky." The intent is that I don't want it to be seen, but rather the vanity is necessary for functionality. Whent the floor is in, it will just disappear into the shadows of the dark floor. All the bedding is white and has interest via texture and tone. I am also working on adding two mirrors, in beveled mirror frames behind the nightstands. Adds sparkle and reflects lots of light.