I have been meaning to post pictures of our master suite, but put it off because of this….In some of the pictures I took the lamp shade was crooked! So I put this post on the back burner. I never got around to taking more pictures, and that was four months ago. Today, I decided to forget about the silly lamp shade and share with you our master suite.
One of my favorite details in our bedroom are the walls. They have a beautiful layered background base with a hand painted cream stencil on top. The swirl design mimics the burnout sheers in the room
The dental molding that surrounds the room also hides the hardware for the drapes and the sheers.
All the drapery treatments are motorized and can be opened and closed easily from any wall switch in the room, I love that feature.
The carrera marble fireplace was something my husband and I bought at an auction in Atlanta. It is super heavy, and since our master bedroom is on the second floor, we had to reinforce the floor just for the fireplace.
I love the texture and gold finish on the vintage candelabras that sit on top of the fireplace
I love that we have two sitting areas in the room. One in front of the fireplace, and the other in front of the slider that leads to the backyard.
The entry doors are hand painted with a stippling technique with applied moldings
I just love the style of these chairs, the pleated skirt on the ottoman and the gold leaf finish on the legs that matches the scroll work on top. They are even more comfy to sit in, nice and roomy and oh so soft.
The armoire holds the TV
The chandelier is one of my favorite elements of the room
This is the doorway that leads to the master bathrooms. I hope someday to get around to taking some pictures of this area. It will be my motivator to pretty up the closets and and make the shampoos and toiletries disappear in the shower