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Home Tour: Farmhouse Modern- Master Bedroom
February 17, 2017 in Before & After, Interiors Tour | no comments

Building on our “Farmhouse Modern” house tour last week, this week we take a look at the master bedroom.  Our family left their downtown condo for a downtown house with room inside, and outside, for their growing family.

The master bedroom is full of sunshine and light.  Our couple wanted their master bedroom to be crisp, comfortable and kid friendly (but white!).

We used the same fresh, white wall paint throughout the house (Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace OC-65).  This room also got airy white linen drapery panels and gauzy, white shades. The fluffy, white bedding is all cotton, super soft and completely machine washable.

In keeping with the farmhouse theme, the wood pieces in the bedroom all look aged and livable.  No worries about scratching the furniture here.

The bench at the foot of the bed is covered in a pale grey for less stress when kiddos launch themselves onto the bed from it.  The rug also has a subtle pattern in tones of grey and beige.  It looks great on top of the rustic, wood floors.

Across from the bed we had room for a chair and a dresser.  The chair and side table make for the perfect place to relax and read.  The little ‘drink table’ has a unique iron base and marble top.

Similar to the night stands, the dresser is made of wood with a wash on it.  In keeping with the Farmhouse Modern style of the home we purposefully selected pieces that would add to the rustic, industrial elements implied by the style’s design.  The doors and drawers are inlaid with linen and framed in black nail-heads.  The piece sits on a blackened iron base which picks up on the industrial element we used on the family room.
I could definitely see myself snuggling in this bedroom for a relaxing weekend.  It looks like a dreamy spot to raise a family.

Next week I will show you their fun office with shared desk and we will finish the house tour the week after with a quick look at their front and back porches!