Parkwood Road Residence Master BedroomTraditional Bedroom, Minneapolis
This tranquil master bedroom suite includes a small seating area, beautiful views and an interior hallway to the master bathroom & closet.
All furnishings in this space are available through Martha O'Hara Interiors. www.oharainteriors.com - 952.908.3150
Martha O'Hara Interiors, Interior Selections & Furnishings | Charles Cudd De Novo, Architecture | Troy Thies Photography | Shannon Gale, Photo Styling
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8. Comfortable seatingIntroducing a stylish chair will add a luxurious element to your space and provide you with a cosy spot to snuggle up with a book.If you are tight on space, a trendy storage ottoman at the end of your bed can be both beautiful and practical. “It can also provide storage for your winter doona and blanket,” adds Wigginton.Your turnWhich of these ideas would you like to incorporate into your bedroom? Tell us in the Comments below, save your favourite images, like this story and join the conversation.MoreWant more decorating tips? Don’t miss How To Freshen Up Your Home Storage
Do you go to bed with your technology?Bedtime is a good time for a technology detox, advises Hillman. Say goodnight to your computer an hour before you retire. Watching telly in bed may be more stimulating than relaxing, so do your viewing outside bedtime hours. Keep all other devices like phones out of the bedroom – it’s not an office or an entertainment area.
Create time for rest and reflectionMaking the most out of life is one thing, but if you don’t pause to refuel, your body will let you know it needs a rest by getting sick or making you feel rundown. Make your bedroom as restful as you can with soothing colours, comforting textures, and sumptuous soft furnishings. Setting the scene for sleep and relaxation is essential if you don’t want to go through life on auto-pilot. TIP: Journaling or meditating before bed will help you switch off, as well as get in tune with where you’re at and what really matters.
Greys, soft blues and other soothing tones make this bedroom positively restful, and did you notice the bookshelf? The spines face in again! The only thing that would make this bedroom more calming would be to remove, or at least cover, the TV. Screentime before bed is likely to make for a less peaceful slumber.Walls painted in ‘Silver Gray’ (2131-60): Benjamin Moore