Monday, May 12, 2014

Master Bedroom Inspiration

I hope all the Mother's out there had a wonderful day yesterday.  It was glorious here … the weather was perfect and the kids made a dump run for me.  

You have no idea what a gift that was!!

While in reality I am still trying to complete my home office and the kitchen cabinet painting, I am dreaming of our master bedroom potential.

I do my best design work while working on another project.  Seriously.
This is how it happens.

While I am working on a project, for a client or myself, I design the next project.

Now, this doesn't mean I am not focused on the current project, it is just like my mind finds this little space to run wild and it does!

So … here are some images that I have in mind for our new master.  Each room has an element I would like to include.

A canopy or "cocooning" element of some sort.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard

Mirrored Closet Doors.  Elegant. Feminine. Sexy.

Frank DelleDonne

More Cocooning Options.

Penelope Bianchi

We are dealing with windows that are not centered on our wall … I envision a window treatment to hide the windows but still allow us to open the curtains when we want to.

Albert Hadley and designer Harry Heissmann 

We don't have a lot of space, but I would love a sitting area at the foot of the bed.  I love this little tufted sofa and chair.

I won't begin on this room for quite some time … there are too many other things demanding our attention right now … but just so you know where I am beginning …

These 2 Armoires from that I found while following Parker Kennedy on InstaGram when Lance was doing a little shopping and posted them.  It took me all of two minutes to dial them up … I NEED these.
And they are patiently waiting in our room to be the star of our MB show!

Happy Monday!

Making the World More Beautiful.  One Room at a Time.




  1. GREAT plans and I love your cocoon ideas. Fabulous fabrics, layers, a vintage piece, a retreat all your own, sounds heavenly! xo Nancy

  2. Those are a great way to start a room! I had a canopy bed growing up and absolutely loved it. Love your inspiration pictures!

  3. I love the cocooning idea too Kim! And I kinda know already your work more than 1 project at a time, so these plans are making me feel excited on how you will pull off your kitchen, office and now Master bedroom! If anyone can do it, I know for sure you can! Glad you had a great Mothers Day!

  4. I do the same thing ! Poor MC will be beginning a project and out of the blue I get an "Epiphany" and see an entire new project! Love what you have in mind.

  5. I'm the same way, I feel like doing good design work begets more good design work. I love the direction of your MB. Ive been debating about mine for years, still untouched. For some reason I find it the most difficult room to design in my home.

  6. The armoires are stunning! And, I agree - a dump run qualifies as an excellent Mother's Day gift. I can't wait to have my son home from college to make a few for me! Have a fabulous week, Kim! xoxo

  7. OMG! Those armoires are gorgeous. I love your inspiration pictures and the idea of "cocooning". Just the word makes me want to get snuggly;)

  8. Wow Kim, what a gorgeous start!! Love a pretty canopy, too. Can't wait to see fabrics... :)

  9. You lucky duck! Those armoires are the bomb!

  10. Those armoires were part of my bedroom growing up!...I guess we both have excellent taste. I wish I still had mine.

  11. Kim...I love them...cant wait to see what your going to do with them....

  12. Your master bedroom is going to be soooo gorgeous!!! I cannot wait to see it come together!

    The Glam Pad

  13. I love a girl who is always thinking the next room! Those armoires are killer....can't wait for your next project!

  14. Great plans for the bedroom. So cozy and inviting. I need to change mine around a bit. I have neglected it for awhile!

  15. Good bedroom designs also need some good and quality bed sheets for the best decoration. It is also comfortable.


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