5 Tips for a Stylish Master Suite

5 Tips for a Stylish Master Suite

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When it comes to decorating your master suite it can be hard to know where to start. Read our tips to get your space looking like that of a professional interior designer.

You don’t have to incorporate all of these tips together, they work just as well alone or combined with a few favourites.

The great thing about interior design is that it’s all up to you. Read on for our 5 Tips for a Stylish Master Suite. 

1. Enlarge your bedroom basics

Opting for oversized furniture in a large space will add a wealth of luxury to the bedroom. Use fabrics such as velvet, leather or silk for a touch of elegance. You may consider adding large bedside tables and lamps, a plush bedhead or extra pillows for a relaxing ‘ready to dive into bed’ vibe.

2. Keep it moody 

Steer away from crisp whites and bold brights and put together a distinguished palette full of blues, greys and understated gold to add sophistication to your bedroom. Use subtle hints of navy and green to add life to the space if you feel these colours are too dark.

A feature wall colour or fabric and stylish flooring will add an extra element of elegance to the overall look.

 3. Mix textures

To create a layered, sumptuous look, a range of throws and blankets will work perfectly. You can go for a graceful look with crisp sheets and a tightly tucked throw rug or try casually dispersed blankets in comparable colours.

4. Add a dressing table 

Dedicating space for a quaint dressing table is a simple way to add glamour to your master suite. Monochrome blends, metallic elements and a large mirror enhance daily rituals and make them all the more enjoyable.

5. Indulge in a separate retreat 

Incorporating a relaxed space away from the bed will add a touch of elegance to the master suite. You and your loved one can utilise this space to unwind in a comfortable setting. You can even add a television to make it into an extra living area.



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