The Master Bedroom at Beachcomber for the Traditional Home Showhouse uses a daring mix of color and pattern to bring the space to life. The Mine’s Style Director, Eddie Ross, curated the Master Bedroom look based on unique #minefinds, vintage pieces and pieces sourced from local artists to create a room that anyone would be lucky to live in.
From the art-filled vestibule to the vibrant bedroom and out to the balcony, Ross wanted it to be more than just a bedroom, he wanted it to shine! Creating a series of spaces with a fresh, spirited take on traditional living in the Hampton’s was the inspiration for this design while vintage accessories add whimsy.
To add a touch of luxury Ross garnished a gorgeous four poster bed from Tommy Bahama Home with bold fabrics to bring a custom look to the space. To recreate this look, tie curtain panels to each side and make it your own! Can you imagine waking up in a canopy like that? Heaven.
The details are what make any room exude your personality so Ross selected custom fabrics and trims from a variety of high-end fabric companies to add ornate embellishments to key pieces.
Ross wanted to add more functionality to the bedroom and this Bradburn Home Desk Armoire was the perfect way. The ornate armoire makes a bold statement with its surprise color inside! He embellished it even further with a mirror, candles and an unexpected bright chartreuse chair.
The corner features a reading nook that showcases the many adventures the homeowner has embarked on. The mix of chairs throughout the room bring an eclectic vibe while still having a traditional angle. The fireplace seating area features a tasteful vintage coffee table, which contributes to the flow of the room that sucks someone in and makes them never want to leave!
The whole space features details highlighting the juxtaposition of traditional and abstract art with vintage whimsy. Overall, this design is about being daring with color and pattern. Just because it’s a bedroom doesn’t mean it can’t sing!
To view the Master Bedroom in all its glory, visit the Hampton Designer Showhouse from July 23, 2017 to September 4, 2017.