Oasis

Having lived abroad for the past seven years, this home had been a rental space until recently. The homeowners decided to completely renovate, furnish and decorate the space to suit their own tastes now that they would be returning to live in the home.

Inspired by a tufted blue headboard that the homeowners had fallen in love with, the master bedroom was designed to provide a calm and serene space that the parents of two could retreat to at the end of a busy day. A soothing palette of whites and grays creates a relaxing atmosphere and allows the beautiful headboard to be the focal point of the space. It features a unique shade of blue that adds just the right amount of color for interest but is muted enough to maintain that calm, relaxing feel. Adding a few pops of gold into the design brings a bit of warmth and luxury to the room. The layout features a simple and functional design with a king bed, flanked by two side tables, a comfy accent chair in one corner and a modern dresser in the opposite corner.

To ensure a soft and comfy sleeping experience, we focused the budget on the bed. The bed frame and headboard are custom made and finished with high quality bamboo sheets, a duvet cover and down filled pillows that are luxuriously soft.

Firmbuilt Contracting & Design, http://www.firmbuilt.ca

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  • I love the blue headboard with the white & grey. Very soothing!
    When placing a round mirror over a bureau how big should it be?