With so many choices to make, designing the perfect master suite can be a little overwhelming. From paint colors and floor coverings to the finishing touches, your master suite should reflect your own personal tastes. While there are many master suite design trends to follow, here are five ideas to inspire you.

Monochrome Tones

Neutral tones have become popular over the past few years. Create a new take on this master suite trend by decorating your room in a monochromatic scheme. Using various shades of the same color can give your master suite a soothing atmosphere that will elevate it into your own personal oasis.

Make A Statement With Lighting

Turn a functional master suite feature into an artistic statement by installing bold or unique lighting. We’re loving chandeliers above the bed, sconces, industrial suspended bulbs, and much more.

Go Big With Oversized Art

Utilizing oversized art can both tie in a color scheme and establish a focal point to anchor the design of the room. Try hanging a large print above the bed or dresser, or bring this trend into the master bathroom with a piece over the tub. Selecting a serene print can add a peaceful element to your master suite design.

Luxurious Headboards

An upholstered headboard is an easy way to add a touch of sophistication and luxury to your master suite. Choose a dark, sumptuous color to create a bold statement piece that draws the eye the minute you walk into the room. This master suite design trend is just as functional as it is beautiful. A soft headboard offers a fantastic place to lean during those lazy weekends spent lounging in bed.

Go For Gold…Accents!

Add a touch of bling to your master suite with gold or metallic accents. Keep it subtle with a metallic bedside lamp or table with gold dipped legs. A few gold accents can add a little shine to your room without being gaudy. Pretty gold edged tiling or vanity hardware can add a little sophistication to the master bath as well.

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