3 Luxurious Bedrooms At Every Budget
Our customers frequently describe the bedroom they want as "luxurious" - a place not just to rest for the night but to also to escape from the day-to-day. We love these 3 recent bedroom projects, all of which transformed what were previously afterthoughts into luxurious spaces to slumber. And best of all? These 3 rooms are proof that great design can feel make a bedroom feel luxurious, no matter what your budget.
The $3,000 Bedroom
This classic and elegant bedroom started out with too much matching dark furniture, floral bedding and a treadmill right next to the bed (none of which help make a bedroom feel luxurious). Decorist Classic designer Vanessa Wolverton started by mixing in furniture in white and cream, including a statement headboard in tufted white linen (a chic steal at less than $500). The new khaki color on the walls warms the space, and the art above the bed and the chandelier play to the height of the ceiling. To stay within budget and to keep the room from feeling cluttered, Vanessa suggested wall-mounting the TV with inexpensive frame molding painted the same color as the walls - a custom look for a fraction of the cost. Is it possible to get luxurious on a budget? Here's your answer.
3D rendering of final design by Decorist Classic designer Vanessa Wolverton
The $7,000 Bedroom
This client has great taste and a clear idea of what she wanted (a semi-formal bedroom in a traditional style) but just needed a little guidance on pulling it all together. When Decorist Elite designer Sarah Whit first saw pictures of the room, the walls were mostly bare and white, but when she saw the client's Pinterest inspiration boards which were full of color, Sarah knew she had to introduce color into the design in a big way. The sophisticated celadon green Sarah picked for the walls turned out to be the perfect backdrop for a gallery of art and Asian-inspired accessories, including twin porcelain chinoiserie lamps on bamboo side tables flanking each side of the bed. Full of unique details, this room makes the case that luxurious doesn't have to scream loud to make an impact.
3D rendering of final design by Decorist Elite desginer Sarah Whit
The Splurge Bedroom
This makeover might be a contender for the biggest wow-factor bedroom project that Decorist has done. Like many of how our bedroom projects start, the client loved and bought a unique piece - in this case, the bed - and then wasn't quite sure how to design around it. Enter Decorist Elite designer Abbe Fenimore, who transformed an empty room with a statement bed into a luxurious bedroom suite in Hollywood Regency style. With mirror-accented furniture pieces, industrial glam lighting in brass and Art Deco items, Abbe's design is at a scale that allows the bed to be the focal point without overwhelming the entire room. The end result? A room fit for a movie star.
3D rendering of final design by Decorist Elite designer Abbe Fenimore