A Spa Inspired Master Bedroom- After!

A Spa Inspired Bedroom // The House of FigsEarlier this week I shared with you the before pictures of this master bedroom (if you want, you can see those here).  We were going for a serene and relaxing spa inspired feeling.  I am loving how it all turned out!  They already had a beautiful headboard, beautiful wood floors- a lovely blank canvas from which to begin.  We kept the existing duvet and added new pillows and a few new accessories and pieces of furniture.  I don’t like to be matchy-matchy and an easy way to avoid that is to add in lots of texture and neutrals.  The pillows in the back are Euro shams so they stand up taller, giving a fuller appearance.

Master Bedroom // The House of FigsThe big white lamps lend lots of light for reading in bed.  Everything is bright and reflective.  I loved these plants my clients already had! Any space can benefit from something leafy and green!

Bedside table // The House of FigsIts always nice to have a drop spot for those spaces that can become so easily cluttered.  A little bowl and a pretty box on a bedside table are perfect for holding jewelry and hiding the not so pretty bedtime necessities- chapstick, lotion, ponytail holders, etc.

Above the bed, I used two of my favorite prints from Lindsey Letters– I recommend her prints and canvasses all the time!  Beautiful words for marriage and for life, don’t you think?

Lindsey Letters Prints // The House of FigsSpa Inspired Master Bedroom // The House of FigsSpa Inspired Master Bedroom // The House of Figs

On the other side of the room, the tall chest of drawers was replaced with a wider dresser.  I surrounded it with a gallery of black and white family pictures and also added in a small reading spot.Spa Inspired Master Bedroom // The House of Figs

Spa Inspired Master Bedroom // The House of FigsThe rug brings in a little more color and pattern without competing too much with the duvet.  I love how subtle it is here.  Even if you don’t have wood floors, you can lay a rug right over your wall to wall carpeting!  They make special rug pads just for that.

 The white curtains (my favorite Ikea Ritvas!) frame out that tricky window seat nicely making it feel like one large window.

Spa Inspired Master Bedroom // The House of FigsThis was a fun project and I’m so happy with how it turned out! Looking forward to sharing more with you.  I’m working on a few kids’ rooms right now and also finishing up The Spring Valley House.  More to come!  Thank you so much for reading!



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5 Responses to A Spa Inspired Master Bedroom- After!

  1. Teri Dufilho August 5, 2015 at 12:14 pm #

    wow, looking at the before and after is amazing!!…….it’s simply beautiful what you did with every area of the room, so bright and peaceful…..love it!!

    • Bethany August 8, 2015 at 7:04 pm #

      Thank you so much!!

  2. Kelly July 6, 2018 at 10:01 pm #

    I’m decorating my first home and came across your lovely blog I love what I see! you have an excellent way of making decorating less daunting! I’ve been anxiously pondering window treatments for the past two weeks LOL. I’m curious where you purchased your black curtain rods they seem curiously hard to find in my area. I’m looking for something a bit better quality than IKEA but that won’t break the bank aka Under $40. Everything I find seems to be oil rubbed bronze.

    • Bethany July 8, 2018 at 4:21 pm #

      Hey Kelly, thanks so much for your comment! I usually get them from Bed Bath and Beyond- the Cambria Complete line has a lot of different sizes & extender poles. For a really long rod like this one though it is around $100 I’m sorry to say. I have heard of people using a couple of thick wooden dowels though, spray painting black and then purchasing the finials and brackets (which you can buy separately in this brand!).


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