Creating a Cohesive Master Suite

 

Whether your decorating style leans toward minimalistic or flamboyant, creating a décor that unites the master bedroom and master bath can enhance the beauty of your master suite. Incorporating a variety of custom design features in your master suite is an ideal way to assure that the décor elements of these two rooms complement each other.

Lighting

The master bath should be decorated to encourage an atmosphere of relaxation. It is quite trendy to include spa-like features in a master bath. The inclusion of lamps and chandeliers is a popular and effective way to achieve the relaxing atmosphere you desire in the master bath. The style of lamp, the finish and the chandelier design you include in the bathroom can be the same or complementary to the lighting you have in the master bedroom.

Similarity in Décor

Custom features, such as a custom master closet and custom tile in the bathroom make your master suite a more personalized space. Custom ceramic tiles can be created to match or complement a variety of decorative elements in the master suite. You may want to have a custom glaze created for the bathroom that complements certain design elements in the bedroom. For example, the glaze could match the base of the bedroom lamps, the door and drawer hardware or be complementary to the style of furniture used in the bedroom. If you have a custom bookcase in your bedroom design, you can incorporate custom tiles like those used in the bathroom in the bookcase design. Simply using some of the custom glazed tile as wall art in the bedroom will unite the décor.

Color and Texture

Continuity in wall color will give the master suite a cohesive appearance. Using similar textures such as plush rugs or faux cowhide rugs in the bedroom and bath will help unify the décor. Including an accent chair or bench in the bathroom that matches one in the bedroom will result in impressive cohesiveness. Including a variety of matching details can make your master suite impressively beautiful.