Luxurious Master Bedrooms by Candice Olson
If you want to create luxurious space in your house, you can start to think about your bedroom decoration and interior. there are several keys for creating suitable bedroom. Candice Olson has changed the common bedrooms into high performance spaces.
After: Sleek and Chic Suite
Candice creates an adult sanctuary. The first thing to go: the wallpaper. She replaces it with neutral paint and rich, shimmery draperies. A sitting area highlights the bay window and invites, among other things, breakfast in the bedroom.
Before: A Clean Slate
Veronique likes the color beige, and it shows in her cavernous, neutral bedroom. She dreams of a fireplace and a bedroom that reminds her of home.
After: French-Inspired Master
Candice, inspired by her client’s French heritage, creates a bedroom that could have been plucked from Europe. Hand-carved wood floors, engineered limestone, a plethora of moldings and a fireplace reminiscent of a French chateau help create the Old World look. Panels featuring an original painting of one of Veronique’s favorite French sites disguise the television.
After: Organic and Bold
Candice brings one of her favorite color palettes into this space: fabrics and bedding in “spicy” tones. She creates a feature wall/headboard with prefinished flooring, adds a new platform bed and updates mirrored closet doors with privacy film. Candice dubs the design “kid-free and parent perfect.” I think the homeowners will agree.
Before: Space Overload
This bedroom belongs to a couple who spent many years living in a small Japanese apartment. Since coming to the States and upsizing, they’ve not been able to furnish and design their dream bedroom. That’s where Candice comes in.
After: Intimate Meets Interactive
Candice creates the romantic feel the couple wants with a king-sized bed and an elegant new fireplace. She adds panels with wallpaper insets to a long, empty wall and divides the room into zones for sleeping and lounging. She adds a TV for him and hides it for her in a motorized footboard that raises and lowers the screen. The woman of the house loves the solution. “This is beyond my dreams,” she says.
Before: Identity Crisis
Brian and Heather have combined households, but this new husband is still hanging on to his masculine, nonfunctioning bedroom. The room has some interesting features, including quirky architectural details and a brick wall.
After: His-and-Hers Chalet Suite
Candice is determined to create a bedroom that speaks to both of her clients. She goes for “chalet chic,” bringing in greens and neutral fabrics and jazzing up the drapes with dressmaker details. She adds leather and a stove that makes Brian happy. “The space is a perfect reflection of both of our styles,” Heather says. “Everything I imagined and more.”
Before: White Attic
Tatiana and her husband are a cosmopolitan, chic couple; their bedroom, however, is anything but. It features several doors, one small window, old furniture and little style.
After: Sultry Sophistication
Candice brings in color, texture and light to the top floor space. She adds mirror accents to the doors and pops of artwork. She tricks the eye to think that the one lone window is much bigger than it is. “It all turned into a chocolate heaven,” Tatiana says.Field in: candice olson living room design ideas, master bedroom with sitting area decorating ideas, luxury master bedroom sitting area, CANDICE SUITE MASTER, DECORATION CANDICE OLSON