Designing a Bedroom Sanctuary That Fits You

A sanctuary represents the single place to go and find peace and prosperity of one’s self; a bedroom can be that. It has its own purpose, and the design style of a bedroom should represent you; hope you enjoy.

Lonny Magazine

This bedroom is the perfect inspiration if you are trying to create a dramatic, luxurious feel. The architectural details combined with the high contrasting color scheme and the scale, creates a look that is just to die for. I love the details and attention that has been put into the fabrication. The mural that has been placed on the back wall of the tree is just so mysterious especially in contrast to the architectural details in the fire place; this space is definitely fit for a Drama Queen!

Quintessence Blog

In contrast, this is a more serene and calming bedroom designed by Nick Olsen. I love the subtle color palate that he has chosen; washed out blues, greens and a hint of taupe’s.  However, he is still able to create a sense of energy and life through the touches of brighter and more saturated colors particularly the apple green lamps lighting the space.

Stephen Sills Associates

This bedroom designed by Stephen Sills Associates, has such an eclectic and cultured vibe to it. I love the combination of the different design styles, cultured elements, and accessories. There is also a feeling of tranquility and peace that comes with the minimal and simplistic lines and colors paired with the ornate and geometric patterns of the upholstery.

Stephen Sills Associates

Another interior designed by Stephen Sills Associates, is this elegant, grand bedroom. To me this has a great European feel to it, everything is very minimal and clean lined, yet there is still an ornate and graceful feel. The large scaled canopy bed helps to elongate and complement the grand ceiling, utilizing all of the space creating an incredibly open feel.

Amanda Nisbet Design

Femininity and beauty is what exudes from this space designed by Amanda Nisbet Design. This bedroom is a heavenly abode; any girls dream. I love the soft, yet warm tones that have been paired with the fuchsia and honeysuckle pinks and peaches. She has done a marvelous job of combining styles as well, between the antique chair, crisp acrylic side table and transitional headboard. Here is a perfect example of how to design a space that will never go out of style!

I hope that you have been inspired by all of these spaces and possibly be reminded of a design style that represents you! The next time you are attempting to design your bedroom think about your personality and what you would like out of your sanctuary. Every space has its own personality and purpose; and remember like always, It’s All in the Details.

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Stephen Sills Associates

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