Thursday, April 21, 2016

Master Bedroom




After showing the upstairs guestroom options in an earlier post, here comes the master bedroom locateted downstairs. The couple wanted something light, simple, airy and Scandinavian. The walls were painted and one of them was wallpapered by Cole and Son's Woods. Actually only the walls were left during the reno and everything else was demolished and built again with better materials. The house was originally built in the 50's and some adjustements were made in the 80's so the condition wasn't the best possible. A heated floor was installed and all the windows in the entire house was changed.

There's nothing extra in this bedroom. It's kept simple and functional with big wardrobes with sliding doors. The colour scheme is greyish with a hint of deep golden yellow, and of course, lots of white.






ps. this was the starting point:




Here you can see some other parts of the downstairs while it was still in progress, click!
And here are the upstairs guestrooms, click!

ps. always remember the importance of home insuarance! Just found out that Allianz has a great option, check it out here.

28 comments:

  1. i love white in bedrooms - simple but chic :) and i never like wallpaper... but that one got me! beautiful!! Amazing reno's - thanks for sharing these ideas!

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    1. Thanks! You're welcome! Wallpaper on one wall can be a real statement piece.

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  2. I love the minimalist look! This simple but clean look is gorgeous!

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    1. Thank you so much! The owners wanted to have light and Scandinavian look yet still warm.

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  3. I want it now! The house is getting amazing, I have been following this project and everything is going pretty well, love the style.

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    1. Thnak you so much, Nicolas! Now it's finally ready but took almost 2 years!

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  4. I love the wallpaper and decor! Amazing job on the house considering it's been around for centuries!

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    1. Thanks! Great feeling now when it's finally ready

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  5. I really love all your features! It's the small details that make the biggest difference.

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    1. Thank you, Jolina! I always feel that everything you have must have its own place. Not always easy to avoid clutter, but in the beginning it shouls be a bit easier.

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  6. I'm definitely into the light, airiness of the bedroom. I wish our rooms looked similar!

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    1. Great! Hope this one gave you some ideas:)

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  7. It cam a long way from the starting point! That's really beautiful and I love the Scandinavian interior and the colors that you picked. It's simple yet stunning!

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    1. Oh yes, it was a long way, but finally done! Thank you so much :)

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  8. this is clean and one that will give a sense of calm and peace to any house... i wish this is actually my bedroom already.

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    1. Great! You might pick up some good ideas for your own bedroom:)

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  9. Lovely master bedroom. In my house the bedroom walls are white and there is a huge b rown colour wall cabinet. The bed itself is a vintage (not four poster) brown bed. We have a little balcony and attached washroom in the master bedroom. My mum does all the decors .I have a loght bluish colour room to muself. though it is bigger is size than the master bedroom, for some reason no one calls it the master bedroom. :P

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    1. Usually master is the biggest one but not necessarily. It's the parents' bedroom and sometimes the other bedrooms might be more practical if they are a bit bigger.

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  10. I love the neutral tones but my favourite thing about the master bedroom has to be the beautiful wallpaper. I love it x

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    1. A wallpaper can be a real statement piece even if it's not that striking and colourful.

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  11. This is such a cozy and bright master bedroom. I love how you have used gold and orange to accent the neutral tones.
    xx, Kusum | www.sveeteskapes.com

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    1. Thank you so much! very often the accents for bedroom are made in blue, but here we wanted to have a warm tones.

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  12. Wow, what a transformation! I love the colour scheme - it looks wonderful.

    Rosie | www.rosieromance.com

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    1. Thank you! It did take some tiem to get to this state:)

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  13. Wow, you have such elegant taste. I loved your minimalist look.

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    1. Thnak you so much! always try to make as simple as possible interiors yet not forgetting the cosyness.

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  14. Super nice! Love the freshness of the room. Would definitely enjoy waking up in this room. :)

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    1. Thanks! The aim was to make it inviting :)

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