This is the master bedroom of past clients of mine. They love color and I love that about them. Their walls are painted with a rich, jeweled-tone green (Sherwin Williams, Basque Green #6426) and they have a rather large, king bed. Fortunately, the bed is great size for the space and sets the tone for the entire room. They wanted to try to work with the existing pieces and color…and I was excited for the challenge! The rug is roughly 6 x 9 and was too small to stand alone in the room and the dresser was too wide for the windows. The lay-out worked however, we just had to switch things up a little and add some personality!
To give this gorgeous rug more impact, I layered it on a complementing carpet remnant cut to size and bound. We put up new creamy, silken curtains to lighten up the space and crown molding to balance out the large furniture. We switched out the long dresser for the matching tall chest they kept in the guest room. We added extra storage with the bedside table and TV console, both from Nadeau Furniture. The TV console is really a wine rack but it was exactly what this space needed. The client suggested we frame the TV and it turned our great. The art installation is made up of collected mirrors, brass, art and photography by local photographers John Chilton and Joel Cardwell. We traded out the modern, orange chair for an updated wingback and added an oversized mirror for the floor.
Now this room has a timeless, rich feel to it with a few unexpected accents!