I have been waiting patiently (well maybe not so patiently according to Ryan) to show you our brand new master bedroom design! The majority of the space has been done for awhile now, but with most designs, it takes those extra few weeks to finalize the details. For instance, I was waiting on several purchases to arrive in the mail before I could take photos – the pillow I ordered off of Etsy, the closet door knobs, the corner chair. Everything was worth the wait though because this space has come a long way since its pink walls and green carpet days! Even the initial design plan seems like forever ago!

But enough chit chat. Let’s get to this reveal shall we?! Recall the before…new home
And now the after! Our master bedroom design everyone…

Master Bedroom Design Master Bedroom DesignIt was important for me to keep the bedroom airy, bright and relaxing. So we painted the walls Decorator’s White from Benjamin Moore and chose a beautiful white oak engineered hardwood. The bed area is the first thing you see when you walk into the space, so I wanted it to look incredibly inviting. Rather than using a lot of colour, I decided to place with textures instead. And, keeping the bed white allowed for the wood of the side tables and the black & brass sconces to really pop! Master Bedroom DesignI spent a long time hunting for the right end tables and settled on these beauties from West Elm. Rather than beside lamps, I really wanted to have sconces and thought these brass and black ones (also from West Elm), complimented the room so perfectly. Having sconces not only adds some visual interest, but it keeps my side tables clear for more books!Master Bedroom DesignMaster Bedroom Design Master Bedroom DesignAbove the bed, I decided to keep it simple and tack up my engineered print from Laure Joliet. The wall is so grand and tall that finding the right artwork for the right price ($$$) would have been tricky. It may end up getting a bit rough on the bottom edges as time passes (especially when a baby starts to get curious), but for now, it’s a perfect fit.Master Bedroom DesignIf you remember from the before photo, the room had a beautifully sloped ceiling, but it was covered in that dreadful popcorn stuff and the lighting placement was very strange. So a big part of the renovation consisted of adding beams & wood slats that got a coat of white paint and changing the light placement and fixture completely. The result is both Ryan and I’s favourite part of the room…
Master Bedroom DesignIt’s a little hard to appreciate how beautiful the ceiling is now, especially with the addition of our massive chandelier, but it really does steal the show!Master Bedroom Design Master Bedroom DesignAcross from our bed, we have our DIY’ed dresser (see the whole how to post here). I love how this corner of the room came together.Master Bedroom Design Master Bedroom DesignMaster Bedroom Design Master Bedroom Design Master Bedroom Design Master Bedroom DesignI also love the vintage inspired area rug I found after hours of online browsing. It was important that I brought in a hint of colour and a touch of black to anchor the space. Next to our hardwood, it looks spectacular and it hides dog fur so well!Master Bedroom DesignOriginally, I had a poof in the corner but found that I needed a better place to sit when getting dressed, especially now that my bump is growing and making things a bit more awkward. This chair is actually made for a dining room/kitchen, but it was the right scale and design for this corner so I went for it!Master Bedroom Design Master Bedroom DesignThe closest area got a complete revamp with new PAX organizing systems, new doors and hardware and, of course, new lighting. I got this semi-flushmount fixture at Home Depot and then sprayed it black to match the rest of the space. Master Bedroom DesignAnd that, my friends, is the entire bedroom tour! What do you think of the transformation?! If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments below! Also, you can shop the master bedroom here: